Item description for Elementary Greek: Koine for Beginners, Year Two Textbook by Christine Gatchell...
Overview A Complete Course in Koine Greek Finally, a Greek text that's both simple and substantial! Designed to be used as a full course for teaching children as young as 2nd or 3rd grade, Elementary Greek may also serve as a self-teaching program for teens and adults. No previous knowledge is necessary and each concept is covered thoroughly and reviewed regularly throughout the course. Thirty weeks of daily lessons insure a complete school year of brief, incremental lessons with no additional planning. This non-consumable text is useable for all students in a family. Each student will require his or her own individual workbook. In Year 2, students add to their bank of Koine vocabulary while gaining a deeper understanding of grammar concepts. Regular Greek-to-English and English-toGreek translation exercises provide constant, integrated review. The accompanying Workbook is a vital resource that provides practice and application at each step of the way. An audio companion CD is available to aid in pronunciation of individual letters, words, grammar paradigms and passages.
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 8.8" Width: 6" Height: 0.6" Weight: 0.55 lbs.
Release Date Sep 15, 2006
Publisher Open Texture
Grade Level Multiple Grades
ISBN 1933900008 ISBN13 9781933900001
Reviews - What do customers think about Elementary Greek: Koine for Beginners, Year Two Textbook?
Reviewing Koine Greek Jun 5, 2008
I have found this helpful in brushing up on my Koine Greek but to be honest I believe a fair introduction into Koine Greek is needed. I believe this because one needs to be familiar with the grammatical rules of Koine. In my opinion, if Gatchelll's book is used along with Machen's New Testament Greek for Beginners a good foundation can be gained. The reason for this is that Machen gives more examples of Koine grammar.