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Middle School

Middle School

 
TED Ankara College Foundation Schools’ mission is to cultivate individuals who can think independently and critically, exhibit effective communication skills, are creative and enterprising, preserve national values while possessing knowledge and culture required of “a world citizen.”
 
As a result of our on-going English education, by the end of 8th grade, students reach a level of proficiency within the framework of European standards that allows them to express themselves effectively both verbally and in writing to the extent that they are able to engage in real-life situations with their acquired language skills. TED Ankara College values learning a secondary foreign language, and students are given an option among three languages of German, French and Spanish from the beginning of the 5th grade. Our elective German and French courses, whose curricula are prepared according to the Common European Framework, are conducted with audiovisual aids, and students gain the necessary skills to speak and write in both languages. Students have the chance to receive internationally accepted (Diplome d’Etude en language Français) DELF A, A2, B1 and B certificates in French and Goethe- Zertifikat A1, A2 and B1 certificates in German.
 
 
Academic Programs
BTEC (Business and Technology Education Council)
BTEC (Business and Technology Education Council) offers vocational qualifications designed for students to gain skills they need either to move on to higher education or to get the chance to start their dream jobs. It brings a new perspective to business and technology education. BTEC programs are accepted by the UK’s largest accrediting agency Edexcel. TED Ankara College became an “Approved BTEC Centre” in the 2014-2015 academic year. “The BTEC Level 1 Award in Social Media” program is being implemented both in 7th grade and in English preparatory classes in high school. “The BTEC Level 3 Extended Diploma in Art and Design” program is being implemented in10th grade.