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Abstract


EVALUATION OF TURKISH TEACHER CANDIDATES’ SELF EFFICACY BELIEFS OF WRITTEN EXPRESSION
This study aims to determine Turkish teachers’ self-efficacy beliefs towards written expression skills and aims to analyse the obtained results based on several variables. Research is a descriptive study in “Relational Screening Model”. Participants of the research are Turkish teacher candidates that are studying at turkish eduation departments of various universities which are in connection with The Council of Higher Eduation in Turkey. Samples of the research are 1056 teacher candididates that are were selected by “stratified sampling” method from Dokuz Eylul, Mehmet Akif Ersoy, Sakarya and Kutahya Universities. 661 ( %57.8) female and 445 ( % 42.1) male teacher candidates have participated in the reasearch. “Written Expression Self-Efficacy Scale” (Aydin et al., 2013) which has beforehand proven validity and reliability was used in the study. At the end of the research, it has been determined that Turkish teacher candididates participated in this study, consider themselselves good ( =3.67) in terms of written expression self-efficacy. Comparision of the results among different universities shows that written expression self-efficiacy of Turkish teacher candidates from Sakarya University is highest ( = 3.72) while written expression self-efficiacy of Turkish teacher candidates is lowest ( = 3.59); once results are compared by classes of the candidates, it has been observed that written expression self-effciacy of 2nd year university Turkisch teacher candidates is highest ( =3.75) while first year Turkish teacher candidadates is lowest ( =3.55); according to gender comparision, it has been observed that written expression of female teacher candidates is higher than male teacher candidates.

Keywords
Writing, written expression, self-efficacy, self-efficacy of written expression.


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