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The development of technology is a process that affects every aspect of life and brings about changes. Modern individuals who comply with this process are expected to have the ability to identify, produce and share accurate information using different technologies. This expectation can only be fulfilled through the individuals having good digital literacy. The digital literacy skills can be gained by using advanced educational tools. In this context, it was considered necessary to examine the Turkish Course Curriculum (2018) and the textbooks prepared within the framework of digital literacy skills. This study is a descriptive qualitative study which aims to examine the Turkish Course Curriculum (2018) and secondary school Turkish textbooks in terms of digital literacy skills. The Turkish Course Curriculum (2018) and the textbooks which were prepared in line with the curriculum and used in the 5, 6, 7 and 8th grades were used as the main research data. The collected data were analysed by using the descriptive analysis technique. When the findings of the research were examined, it was seen that the learning outcomes in the Turkish Course Curriculum (2018) had a balanced distribution according to the class levels in terms of the digital literacy skills. In addition, it was found that there was no learning outcome in listening/viewing skills while most of them were for reading, writing and indirectly speaking skills respectively. When Turkish textbooks were examined, it was observed that they were equipped with activities that enable digital literacy. While the activities in the 5, 6 and 7 grades were considered sufficient in terms of quantity, it was found that there was inefficiency in the 8th grade Turkish textbook. In addition, the textbooks mainly had activities for reading skills and respectively writing and speaking skills. While some activities related to speaking skills were indirectly related to digital literacy skills, there was no activity related to listening/viewing skills. When the quality of activities in the textbooks was examined, it was revealed that some of the learning outcomes that belong to a class level above or below the class addressed in some activities were transferred. It was also thought that the activities did not lead students to be productive. It is expected the learning outcomes in the curriculum to present digital environments as a production environment, not just for understanding and sharing. The activities for language skills which were also linked to digital literacy skills should be presented in line with the class level and frequently. Within the framework of this requirement, the activities should be organized in a way that will enable students to gain productivity, especially in the digital environment.

Turkish teaching, Turkish Course curriculum, textbooks, digital literacy

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