New Online Courses, starting July 19th

I’m very excited to tell you about the upcoming courses I’ll be offering, starting in July. All my courses are taught primarily in the target language and aim at a communicative approach. Here are some details and descriptions for each:

Greek

(students with a particular interest in Biblical Greek will be supported to develop Koine specific vocabulary and structures)

Greek 102 will be a continuing course, picking up with Athenaze (English or Italian) chapter 6, working through to chapter 10, with additional content along the way. USD$210, Mondays 9pm US Eastern.

Greek 104 will be a continuing course, picking up with Athenaze (English or Italian) chapter 17, working through to chapter 21, with additional content along the way. USD$210, Sundays 7pm US Eastern.

Greek 111: Intensive Greek A, is a 2hrs a week x 15 week course, starting August 2nd, Sunday and Tuesday nights at 9pm US Eastern. It will cover all of Athenaze volume 1, as well as a considerable amount of additional material, and represent a full college-semester’s worth of Greek, taught in a communicative mode. If you’re starting Greek from scratch and want to learn it well, and spoken, this is it. USD $725.

Greek 213: Greek Patristics 3. An intermediate course in which we’ll read and discuss (in Greek), some 3rd and 4th century Greek Patristic literature. USD $210, Mondays 7pm US Eastern.

Greek 271: Intro to Conversational Greek for post-beginners. This course is designed for those with a year of college Greek or equivalent, but aimed at developing a beginning proficiency in spoken ancient Greek. Ideal for those who have done Greek but never spoken it before. USD $210, Thursday 9pm US Eastern.

Latin 

Latin 103 will be a continuing course, picking up with Lingua Latina, Familia Romana chapter 23. USD$210, Mondays 8pm US Eastern.

Latin 213: Theological Latin through the Ages 3 (1000-1400). An intermediate course in which we’ll read and discuss (in Latin) some Christian and particularly theological authors from the later medieval ages.

Other possibilities

If you have an interest in any of the following possibilities, I’d love to hear from you, because I could offer a few more things if there were people willing and interested:

  • Latin 101 (beginning Latin from the start, with LLPSI)
  • Latin 111: An intensive, semester-long Latin course
  • Greek 2xx : An intermediate reading class in a Biblical book (LXX or NT)
  • Latin 201: An intermediate reading class in Latin starting with Roma Aeterna and supplements
  • Anything else you think would be fun and you can think of at least a 2nd person to come along.

Feel free to leave me a message about any of these courses.

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