From: Harry W. Jones (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Mon Nov 12 2001 - 19:49:57 EST
One book you might want to consider for teaching kids
is, "Learn New Testament Greek" by John H. Dobson.
The second edition sales for $12.99 plus tax. It
has plenty of examples with answers and no pagadigms
to worry about. It wouldn't be suitable for adult class
room use but I believe it would be perfect for kids.
It was the first book I started studying NT Greek from.
> Hello everyone,
> My name is Kathy. I am a homeschooling mom. My 13 year old son and I are
> trying to teach ourselves Greek.
> Our favorite book is "New Testament Greek" by D.F. Hudson. This book makes
> the most sense to us because it approaches the learning of a language the
> same way that we learned Latin. The only problem is that this book is
> quite lean in practise exercises. We have been making up our own exercises
> and supplementing with other books and websites, but this is slow going.
> Is there someone who is using this book with a class, that would be
> willing to share some of their support materials?
> Kathleen Borsari
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