Merhaba. I am a native Turkish Language lecturer/teacher with 11 years of experience. I've been working at a university for 8 years. I have a BA and MA degree. I am holding a PhD in Turkish language and literature. I've been teaching my native language to foreigners for last 5 years. Also I have a "Teaching Turkish as a Foreign Language Certicate".
Maybe you can think that ''grammar is not very necessary and not useful to learn a language.'' But this rule is not valid for Turkish. Because Turkish is a ''agglutinative language'' and we make new words with some suffixes. For example this is one Turkish word:
Avrupalılaştıramadıklarımızdan mısınız? (It sounds interesting, doesn't it ? :)
Turkish is a very systematical language also. Once you learn it very well from basic, you can make and understand the new words and sentences. So, It's very important to learn with a professional teacher especially on the basic levels A1/A2.
But I don't want to show the white feather :) Because there is always a funny way to learn, even the most difficult things.
In this course:
--->You will be very motivated! (You will have a lot of materials. A lesson book, videos, audios, songs-lyrics, podcasts.)
----->Establishing dialogues from first lesson! (We will establish dialogues in every lesson. Thus when you've completed level of A1, you will be speaking Turkish.)
------->Memorization of vocabulary! (Do you know that you can express yourself with only correct words.)
Before trial lesson I'll send you a placement test and;
- I am going to assess your level
- We will find the best way you to learn Turkish language.