Intro - David Wyman

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David Wyman
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Intro - David Wyman

Post by David Wyman » January 9th, 2019, 1:50 pm

My name is David Wyman. I am a PhD student in NT at SBTS currently. I am especially interested in communicative approaches to acquiring and teaching Greek. After I completed my MA degrees in NT and biblical languages at Gordon-Conwell seminary I discovered communicative approaches to Greek acquisition (Buth, Rico, Nitz) and have found them incredibly helpful. Right now I am in the works starting a communicative Greek group at my school. Otherwise, I am interested in the NT in its Jewish and Greco-Roman contexts, papyrology, and epigraphy.

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Barry Hofstetter
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Re: Intro - David Wyman

Post by Barry Hofstetter » January 9th, 2019, 3:24 pm

Welcome, David.
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Re: Intro - David Wyman

Post by JMEllis » January 9th, 2019, 7:44 pm

Welcome, David. I am new to this forum as well--at least, as a registered member. I think you will quickly find there are many who share your interest in communicative approaches to language acquisition. I have been quite surprised at the number of adherents to that methodology on this board.
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Re: Intro - David Wyman

Post by Benjamin Kantor » February 26th, 2019, 1:45 pm

Welcome David!

I have some contacts at or associated with SBTS and also have a good friend who may be coming soon to do a PhD (who does communicative Greek!).

I would be happy to help in any way that I can with the group you are starting!
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