Greek Language (Beginners IV) A

Classics and Ancient History, Institute of Archaeology and Antiquity

College of Arts and Law


Code 12833

Level of study Third/Final year

Credit value 10

Semester Every year, 1 and 2

Other pre-requisites Appropriate prior language skills

Module description

The two linked modules constitute the third, and typically final, level of beginners' Greek. Students read substantial continuous texts (eg a Plato dialogue, or a tragedy by Euripides) and gain experience in comprehension, critical reading, and interpretation of detail, while also consolidating linguistic skills.

Teaching and learning methods