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Course Description

Academic Year 2020-2021 • Grade 6 and above • Greek Sequence

Greek I

This course, together with Greek II, teaches Attic (classical) Greek using the classic textbook by Hansen and Quinn. By the end of the two-year sequence, students are ready to tackle Attic authors, and in the past have tested into upper-division college-level courses in Greek. By the end of the first year, most students can make reasonably good progress through the Greek New Testament with little more assistance than a lexicon.

Course Website: Greek I

Sections and Teachers

Section 1:

Instructor: Sarah Esposito

Starts: August 31, 2020
Ends: June 11, 2021

Tuesday 9:30 AM to 11:00 AM ET • Friday 9:30 AM to 11:00 AM ET

Tuition: $550.00



Prerequisites

None

Recommended background

In general we do not recommend beginning Latin and Greek at the same time, but it has been done. If you're hoping to do that, please contact the instructor.

Teacher's notes:

Quizzes and web resources are located on the course Moodle website. Quizzes and other homework should be completed by the dates indicated on the schedule of assignments. Classes are conducted in typed chats hosted at Scholars Online. Our chat supports conversion from transliteration to the Greek alphabet. This course will be offered contingent upon sufficient enrollment.

Textbooks and Materials

This textbook is required:

Greek: An Intensive Course [Edition 2], Authors: Hardy Hansen, Gerald M. Quinn

ISBN: 0823216632

Best sources: Scholars Online Bookstore

Other information: This is the second revised edition. Please note. Earlier editions are not going to work for us. You may choose to get instead the hardback copy of the second edition, but that's up to you.


This book is recommended but not required and its use is optional:

Greek New Testament: With English Introduction including Greek/English dictionary [Edition 4], Authors: Kurt Aland (editor)

ISBN: 3438051133

Best sources: Scholars Online Bookstore

Other information: This is optional, but our students often ask for a recommendation for a Greek New Testament. Most students can read it reasonably easily by the end of the first year, with just the help of some vocabulary support.


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