Modern Greek Language and Philosophy I & II 

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

Prerequisites

Completion of MGL-H or equivalent, or corresponding EU- CEFR B2/C1 Independent to Proficient user

Course description

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

(Advanced)

This is an online Greek course for learners who have completed at least two years of Greek. The four skills - reading, writing, listening, and speaking - are expanded to a more advanced level. Students review and refine important grammatical structures while learning new vocabulary to communicate in Greek on a variety of topics. Greek culture and Philosophy are introduced with every opportunity. This course requires analytical thinking and use of the Greek language. Themes such as philosophy family, Greek civilization, technology, leisure, sports, health, and everyday life are discussed. Learning activities and different assignments are completed based on these themes. Innovative technology tools such as flipgrid, voice threads, kahoot, youtube, and many other, are used to make the learning process creative and joyful for students.

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: Firigou, Tonia

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.