Modern Greek Language and History I & II 

Credit gained: 0.5 High School Credit (for each part)

Prerequisites

Completion of MGL-P or equivalent, Corresponding EU- CEFR B2 independent user of language

Course description

Separated into two parts, each consisting of 8 week sessions. Must be taken in sequence.

(Intermediate-Advanced)

This is an online Greek language course for near-native or native speakers with fluency in reading and an advanced level of oral and writing skills. This course cycle will guide students to the Ancient Greek world from the prehistoric years and the Cycladic civilization to the city-states and the golden age of democracy. The course aims at further developing students' oral and written expression skills through more advanced vocabulary and the application of synonyms. Students will also be given the opportunity to make meaningful connections between ancient and modern Greece through guided research projects and presentations of their choice and personal learning style. Virtual Learning resources will be integrated into the learning experience to engage students and broaden their course horizons.

Course Start/End Date:

  • Summer 2022: June 27th to July 17th / Course duration: 3 weeks
  • Fall 2022: Starting week of October 3rd, 2022 to week of November 28th, 2022
  • Winter 2023: Starting week of Feb 13th , 2023 to week of April 3rd, 2023
  • Spring 2023: Starting week of April 17th 2023 to week of June 5th, 2023
Course Duration: 8 weeks

Fellow/Online Instructor: Rovoli, Irini

Cost: 300 Euros

Minimum Enrollment: 4 Students

If enrollment in a course fails to reach the minimum number of participants required for the class to run, the class will be cancelled and tuition will be reimbursed.