I’m pleased to announce that I’ll be offering small-group classes in Ancient Greek, online, in 2019.
This post is something in the way of ‘advance notice’ and to float some possibilities.
I plan to start with a 10-week term beginning the week of January 21st.
Depending on demand, I will look at a couple of time slots, keyed either to the US evening, or to the Australian evening
I plan to offer at least one class that focuses on Active Greek in tandem with the AVN (Italian) Athenaze. That is a class that will require some homework and additional activity on your behalf. It’s designed to get you going with Athenaze at a solid clip, and will both leverage off the English supplements for Athenaze that we’re working on, as well as individual support from me.
If it seems like there is interest, I will look at also (a) a ‘conversational Greek’ for those who have some Greek but are beginners in conversation, (b) a possible text-focused reading-type group.
If I receive some interest, I’ll offer a similar Active Latin class in tandem with Lingua Latina per se Illustrata. It will be similar to the Athenaze class in terms of intent.
Class sizes will be small, with a minimum of 3 and a maximum of 6. This ensures you are part of a lively, engaged communicative context.
It’s not set in stone, but I’m looking to price these at USD$150 for 10 sessions. The Athenaze class will price marginally higher, because I plan to build it with more support and resources than just the class hour itself (audio recordings, homework, email support).
If you’d like to register some initial interest for these, feel free to send me an email: firstname.lastname@example.org
If the times/courses don’t work for you, but you can get at least 2 other people together, I’m very open to running some other bespoke course for you.