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Self-efficacy is people's belief in themselves for a goal they want to achieve. When both the relevant literature and the course contents of the education faculties in Turkey are examined, it is seen that grammar is an important area of competence in terms of teaching Turkish. This study focused on the relationship between Turkish teachers' self-efficacy and grammar self-efficacy perceptions. A mixed-methods research design was used in the research. The quantitative dimension consists of two scales, and the qualitative dimension is conducted with an interview. TSES and GSES questionnaires were applied to 404 participants who work as Turkish teachers in public schools in Turkey and agreed to participate in the research voluntarily. In order to examine the data obtained from the questionnaires in depth, a focus group interview was conducted with 6 participants who worked as Turkish teachers in public schools in Turkey and voluntarily agreed to participate in the research. According to the findings obtained from the research, a significant and positive relationship is observed between Turkish teachers' self-efficacy and grammar self-efficacy perceptions. It is shown that both self-efficacy and grammar self-efficacy perceptions of the participants did not differ significantly according to the gender variable.
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