From: Joseph A. Weaks (email@example.com)
Date: Fri Mar 03 2000 - 01:41:36 EST
<x-flowed>I a am a PhD Student in New Testament, and have been the teaching
assistant for the graduate Greek course in the seminary twice. They
are considering asking me to teach the Greek Intro next fall. I
would not turn it down on account if only working with Greek for 6
years. In fact, I would be bold enough to say that I will do a good
job, since I will reap pedagogical benifits myself, since I do have a
knack for teaching, and I can display immediate benefits of working
with the language.
At 1:06 PM +0000 3/2/00, James Crossley wrote:
>To pick up on a few points raised:
>I am a PhD student who has studied Greek for about 4 years and has
>taught elementary biblical Greek to first year University students.
>... I have found out, obviously perhaps, that my knowledge of
>Greek has improved beyond what a basic text book could ever provide
>through close textual work which is done alone.
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