Date: Tue Mar 23 1999 - 02:16:21 EST
You might give your nearest Grk. Orth. church a call and ask them about materials
used for teaching children.
Rick Strelan wrote:
> I am trying to teach beginners Greek by using pictures. For example, we
> looked at a picture of the baptism of Jesus, identified people and objects
> in the picture and so established a vocabulary, then increased that by
> learning a few simple verb forms for actions in the picture, and then read
> Mk 1:9-11. It seemed to be effective. Does anyone else use pictures at all?
> Could one not even be more basic and have a beginners picture book??
> Thanks for any response.
> Rick Strelan
> Studies in Religion
> University of Queensland
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