Teaching students to READ

Michael Hildenbrand hildenbr at Haas.Berkeley.EDU
Tue Aug 29 16:36:06 EDT 2000


when I teach Hebrew or Greek, I introduce the text as soon as they have
the alphabet (or alephbet) down enought to recognize letters.  I have them
pronounce as much as possible all the way through the course.

Michael

 On Tue, 29 Aug 2000, stratfink wrote:

> Hello, all.  It's been a while.
> 
> I am now teaching Greek 101 (well, that's not the number they use, but you
> get the point) for the first time.  We are working with A.K.M. Adam's
> grammar, and I am quite happy with the grammar.
> 
> My questions:
> At what point in the semester do list members who teach usually have
> students actually open the NT text?
> 
> Do you wait until you have introduced and discussed the basic verb tenses
> and noun declensions?  Or do you jump into text immediately?
> 
> What tools for reading do you have students use?  (I haven't had them
> purchase an analytical lexicon or whatnot.)
> 
> Grace and peace,
> 
> Perry L. Stepp
> 
> 
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