Reading stories is one of the best ways to learn a new language, and what better stories are there than the myths of Ancient Greece? In this class we will read together ten myths about Ἔρως (love), the mighty god who ruled (and still rules) over humans and gods alike. The stories come from a book that I (Jenny) will publish soon: They are adapted versions of original myths and are each accompanied by an illustration and ample vocabulary help.
For whom is this course?
- Beginning to early intermediate learners
- Basic knowledge of Ancient Greek (e.g. having worked through the first volume of “Athenaze” or having taken one semester of Ancient Greek at university level)
- Experience with spoken Ancient Greek is not required
Language of instruction
- Ancient Greek
Time & Date
8–9 PM CET (Amsterdam, Berlin, Rome, Stockholm, Vienna)
From October 09 until December 18, 2023
(11 weeks in total, with a one week break)
Jenny studied Classics at Humboldt University, Berlin. Since 2020 she has taught various spoken Greek and Latin classes for the Paideia Institute, New York, as well as for Triodos Trivium, online and in person.
If you have questions about this class, you can write Jenny an email: email@example.com
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Registration deadline: October 03, 2023, 23:59 CET.
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