Versions of the following questionnaire were widely distributed in Fall 2000 and Spring 2001. The responses follow, arranged alphabetically by state (standard Postal Service abbreviations) and by city. In reporting the responses, the numbers 1, 2, 3, and 4 correspond to the four questions on the questionnaire.
Read or share Classical Greek teaching materials, such as lesson plans, teaching tips, pedagogical strategies, exercises, work sheets, sample quizzes and exams, projects, reviews of books, videos, and computer programs of use to Greek teachers, at Greek Teachers' Corner.
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|I am preparing an inventory of Classical Greek programs in the schools. I am intrigued by the number of Latin teachers who are introducing Greek to their Latin students at some point in their Latin sequence or are teaching Greek in non-traditional contexts, such as before school, during lunch periods, after school, as independent study, or as part of Latin Club activities.
Those who teach Classical Greek at the school level and have not responded to this questionnaire are urged to do so. Their replies will be added into this report. Send replies to Professor Gilbert Lawall, Department of Classics, University of Massachusetts, Amherst, MA 01003-3905 or via e-mail: email@example.com. Questions or comments may be addressed to the same.
Additional material is included in an Appendix.
About Gilbert Lawall - New England Latin Placement Service
Ecce Romani - Ecce Romani Newsletter - Cane Instructional Materials - Cane Material Downloads
Ecce Romani Teachers' Corner - Greek Teachers' Corner
Graduate Program - Links - Inventory of Classical Greek Teaching in the Schools
Classical Greek in the Pioneer Valley Schools: A Symposium- The Julius Caesar Web Project