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This survey investigates the real-life sit
end, it aims to measure the level of 1) co
and 3) school life adaptation of RS. In ad
intensify the integration progress of RS.
math course can be taught without extensiv
knowledge of host country’s national langu
able to learning math promotes the s
This survey investigates the real-life si
Turkish Education System (TES). To this en
of RS with Turkish students, 2) communicat
adaptation of RS. In addition, this survey
practical tool to intensify the integratio
Universal Language of Mathematics (ULM)
extensive usage of national language of
knowledge of host country’s national langu
learning national language. Being able to
facilitates their integration into nationa
The survey was conducted in capital city
14th June 2019. By visiting 14 middle scho
surveyed. Based on of�icial data obta
middle schools which would be visited were
students were determined according to the
distributions represent the real-life situ
I. Communication of Refugee Students with
The �irst and the most important sign r
of the integration of students is thei
communication among themselves. Turkish
Therefore, this survey aims to �irstly rev
the communication frequency/level of age
refugee students (RS) with Turkish als
students. But before this point, age (1
structure of RS in comparison with Turkish
students is presented in Table-1. For T
students attending 5th-class, the average
age of RS, which is 11,77, is higher than
age of regular class in TES which is 8th
5th-class 6th-class 7th-class 8th-
Refugee 11,77 12,92 13,28 14,03
Turkish 10,97 11,83 12,87 13,83
Girls Boys Girls Boys Girls
Refugee 11,76 11,78 12,86 13,00
Turkish 10,88 11,07 11,76 11,90
Table – 1: Average age of students
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