Ancient Greek in Naxos
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|Course Dates||Weeks||Meeting Times||Status||Instructor(s)||CRN|
|July 12, 2014 - August 02, 2014||3||M-F 9A-11A||Open||Byron MacDougall||10379|
This course is an introduction to the grammar and vocabulary of the Ancient Greek language. Understanding grammar and knowing Greek vocabulary offers insight into the study of other languages and enriches knowledge of English. Daily lessons will consist of the presentation of new grammar, as well as exercises in which the learned grammar and vocabulary are consolidated. Through the stories we read, students will become familiar with Ancient Greek society, history, and mythology, and will gain a more informed understanding of Western civilization and its developments.
This course is only open to students enrolled in Pre-College Global Programs.
**When registering in Banner, students must enroll in “Greece & the World” (CRN: 10403) AND a language course: “Ancient Greek” (CRN 10379) or “Modern Greek” (CRN: 10380).