Stephen Hughes wrote:Could anyone give feedback on what it is like to study Greek by e-learning?
I have found two recognised colleges that offer online Greek.
Puritan reformed theological seminary (PRTS) offers what looks like an intensive course in grammar (IS-211 Online Greek I) then in syntax (IS-212 Online Greek II), and
The South African theological seminary (SATS) offers a course in how to use exegetical tools well (BIB33120 Introduction to Biblical Languages), as well as courses in the language proper (BIB4125 Biblical Greek 1 & BIB4126 Biblical Greek).
Has anyone done any of these courses (or other ones)? Is learning Greek online a workable alternative to the face-to-face classroom?
Thanks for that.Shirley Rollinson wrote:You're welcome to browse through it
Some people say that self-taught is best taught.Shirley Rollinson wrote: It takes a very, very committed student to complete a course satisfactorily - but for some students it's about the only way they can do it. Do all the homework, ask questions of the instructor if you don't understand something, and keep on reading the GNT - aloud, so that you hear Greek as well as speak it.
As an encouragment - the student who won the Zondervan Greek Award at ENMU last year was an online student.
Stephen Hughes wrote:Do you have any strategies for taking the number of successful students out of single digits and into the tens of thousands? (That is serious question)
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