100 Temel Eser Uygulamasının Öğrencilerin Okuma Alışkanlıklarına Etkisi Ve Bu Uygulamada Kütüphanelerin Rolü Konusunda Öğretmen Görüşleri
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This study aims to evaluate the effects of 100 Essential Reading Application which was put into effect by the Ministry of National Education of the 59th Government in 2005 on students’ reading habits. In addition, it tries to find out the effect of libraries on this application in relation to the views of primary Turkish teachers. A questionnaire was conducted to 141 teachers working in 54 primary schools in county of Çankaya, Mamak and Yenimahalle in Ankara. The results show that the application is not very successful with respect to the main elements of the study. The findings of the study also reveal the teachers’ view about the application. According to them, the application is not ‘very convenient’ and it is not proper to make 100 Essential Reading obligatory for students because this obligation causes them to dislike the books in the list. In addition, teachers think that students do not read 100 Essential Reading willingly and tastefully and school libraries and classroom libraries do not function effectively in this application.