Course Code: GRA-TEL-01
Teaching method: recorded video-lessons
Titles released: completion certificate
Hours: available in any moment on demand
Structure: 50 video-lessons
Presentation of the course / Calendar / Certifications / To continue the studies / Academic fees
No pre-requisite is needed.
– Understanding of an Ancient Greek text, without using the dictionary
– In-depth knowledge of the most important structures of Greek grammar
– Knowledge of the 1500 most frequent words in Greek classical literature
Through the reading of texts in Ancient Greek, which are designed to encourage language learning, students deal with literary classical Greek (Attic Greek, V century b.C.) morphology, syntax and phraseology.
Lessons will be held completely in Ancient Greek: following the fundamentals of the inductive-contextual methodology, the active use of Greek language both by the students and the teacher turns passive learning into an active competence, thus ensuring a sound knowledge of the language. Readings of some original Greek texts complete the course program. See the program in details
The course consists in 50 video-lessons, which are available on demand according to the student’s needs: at the time of purchase, the student will receive a link through which she or he will be able to view the video-lessons until the expiration of the link itself.
1. M. Balme – G. Lawall – J. Morwood, Athenaze, Book I: An Introduction to Ancient Greek, Revised Third Edition, Oxford University Press
2. M. Balme – G. Lawall – J. Morwoodi, Athenaze, Workbook I: An Introduction to Ancient Greek, Revised Third Edition, Oxford University Press
Recommended readings (the following texts are not required for the course, but are recommended for those who wish to strengthen their knowledge):
1. W. H. D. Rouse, A Greek boy at home, Blackie & Son (view the link)
2. E. Minguzzi, Imparare il greco. Grammatica e lessico di base, Cortina
3. G. Cauquil – J. Y. Guillaumin, Lessico essenziale di greco (a cura di F. Piazzi), Cappelli
4. P. Saffire – C. Freis, Ancient Greek alive, University of North Carolina
– Students who have completed the course may obtain a course completion certificate.
Upon the completion of the course, students may access the course Ancient Greek 2 Telematic (in progress; the course will be available soon) or Ancient Greek 2.
Students might purchase:
– the entire course
– a set of videos which correspond to 1 of the 16 chapters of the book
Prices vary according to the option purchased: view the table to know more.
|Amount||Standard availability of the videos||Renewal fees|
|Complete course (50 video-lessons)||€ 299||10 months||€ 199|
|One chapter||€ 25||1 month||€ 15|
Payment can be made:
The course fees are not refundable.