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ERIC Number: ED115117
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1971
Pages: 188
Abstractor: N/A
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The Ancient Greeks Speak to Us: A New Humanistic Approach to Classical Greek and Greek Culture for Secondary Schools. Students' Programmed Text - Level Alpha. [Second Edition].
Masciantonio, Rudolph
This is a students' programmed text for Level Alpha of a humanistic approach to the instruction of Classical Greek and Greek culture in secondary schools. The goals of the program are to help students become aware of: (1) the impact of Hellenic civilization on contemporary society, including the impact of the Greek language on English; (2) the similarities and differences between classical civilization and that of the present; (3) classical allusions in literature and other forms of art; and (4) Classical Greek as a viable form of communication within its cultural milieu. The programmed text is divided into seven units: (1) An Introduction to Greek, (2) The Geography of the Greek World, (3) Everyday Life among the Greeks, (4) The Alphabet, (5) Ancient Crete, (6) Troy, and (7) Greek Gods and Heroes. Each unit consists of a set of frames containing questions. The answers, to be supplied first by the student, are also provided. The units contain cultural, lexical and grammatical material in order of increasing difficulty, and are designed to be used with appropriate tapes. Language is taught by audiolingual methods, according to principles of structural linguistics. (CLK)
Publication Type: Books
Education Level: N/A
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Authoring Institution: Philadelphia School District, PA.
Note: For related documents, see ED 044 958, FL 007 032 and FL 007 113