The topic further develops the basic language skills acquired in MGRE1201. The three-hour language class reviews the fundamental aspects of Greek grammar, introduces students to the writing of simple passages and includes class interaction for the improvement of communication skills.
This topic aims to:
build on students knowledge of the Modern Greek language through systematic and progressive reading, writing and listening activities
further develop students' oral skills in order to communicate in an elementary way on everyday-life topics
introduce students to a selective historical and cultural perspective of Greece
encourage students to develop critical skills through cross-cultural and cross-linguistic approaches
Expected learning outcomes
On completing this topic, students will be able to:
recognise, reproduce and distinguish grammatical, syntactic, lexical and phonetic patterns
construct elementary written and spoken texts
communicate in elementary written and spoken form of Modern Greek
recognise, understand, compare and contrast historical and cultural aspects of Greece
Key dates and timetable
Timetable details for 2020 are no longer published.
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