Telepaideia: Spring Semester 2016 - Latin and Greek Online

February 12, 2016

Telepaideia: Spring Semester 2016
Latin and Greek Online

The Paideia Institute is happy to announce its spring semester offerings in Telepaideia, our series of online courses in Latin and Ancient Greek. Telepaideia allows you to study Latin and Greek language and literature with expert teachers from the comfort of your own home. All you need is a computer and an internet connection. Courses offered this spring include:

Conversational Latin and Greek
Courses in conversational Latin and Greek at all levels, including advanced Latin conversation courses. MORE

Intensive Beginning Greek and Intermediate Greek
Intensive Greek presents a thorough introduction to Attic Greek grammar and syntax and progresses to reading basic texts. Intermediate Greek offers a continuation of the beginner's course. MORE

Reading Courses
Traditional reading courses this semester include Seneca's Thyestes, The Gospel According to John, and Sophocles' Antigone. MORE.

Modern Language Courses 'For Classicists'
Courses in German, Italian, French, and Modern Greek taught for classicists by classicists. These intermediate language courses are taught in the target language, allowing students to practice reading and discussing great works of German, Italian, French and Modern Greek literature and scholarship while improving their modern language skills. MORE

Latin Pedagogy
This spring we will be offering a course in active language pedagogy dedicated to helping teachers of Latin develop and improve their pedagogy in light of contemporary research and practice in second language acquisition and instruction. We will also be offering a survey course of Latin texts about teaching Latin and their relevance to the modern classroom. MORE

See our website for more information on individual course offerings, cost, and times. Professional development credit and Continuing Education Units (CEU's) are available.

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