From: Rod Decker (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Thu Jan 30 1997 - 10:29:25 EST
>I know many of you have used "Greek to me" and highly recommend it.
>I am considering running an introductory Greek class at my church and am
>seriously considering using this course. I know it uses innovative
>techniques to teach vocab but how does it deal with morphology, syntax
>and other linguistic issues?
I looked at this option, and yes it is "innovative"--certainly different.
My conclusion is that the instructor would need to have the right
personality to pull it off. He/she would also have to have the entire
system mastered from this approach or the whole attempt could "bomb." I
don't have the right personality for this "light-hearted" approach, so I
haven't tried it. As you note, however, some (well, I know of at least one:
Dale Wheeler) on the list has used it with considerable satisfaction.
I suspect that some students would respond well to the style, others would
perhaps find it unhelpful.
("Light-hearted" is not intended to be a put down re. the content or
results of using this text, just a reflection of the cartoonish nature of
Rodney J. Decker, Asst. Prof./NT Baptist Bible Seminary
email@example.com Clarks Summit, PA
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