Summer Introduction to Greek

For a peek into Greek, join us this summer as we learn how to read all over again–this time in the ancient language of the likes of Socrates and Euripides! The instructor will walk students through the alphabet, covering the name and pronunciation of each letter, and we will even practice sounding out real Greek words. If time allows, students will also get an introduction to the basic anatomy of the Greek verb. If you plan to take a beginning Greek course (UE Greek, MS Greek I, or HS Greek I) in the fall, this course will be invaluable preparation! Or, if you’ve ever been intrigued by Greek, but aren’t sure if it’s right for you, this is a great way for you to get acquainted. This will be a light-hearted course with optional homework.


Prerequisites: None
Instructor: Jaimie Althage, B.A. 
jaimiealthage.clrc@gmail.com
Age Level: all levels
Grade Level: all levels
Minimum Enrollment Required:
3
Maximum Class Size: 
15 
Tuition:
$75
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CLASS MEETS:  Tuesdays and Thursdays, 8:00 – 9:00 AM Pacific, June 8 to July 1

No textbooks needed.

    Jaimie Althage, B.A.

    Jaimie Althage received her B.A. in Classical Studies from Hillsdale College in 2011 (magna cum laude). After graduating, she taught for Great Hearts Academies in Arizona for four years, and then served as a founding faculty member for another Great Hearts Academy campus in Irving, Texas, before taking a hiatus from teaching to stay home with her children. She loves teaching and classical education, and has taught History, Latin, and Greek at various grade levels. She currently lives with her husband and three children in the Dallas area. When not teaching, she loves to read, cook, and knit.ra.