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This full-year, intensive course presents the fundamentals of Greek grammar, syntax, and vocabulary and introduces students, in the second semester, to works of the classical period (usually Xenophon and Euripides).
Format: lecture; Greek 101-102 is being offered as a hybrid course. It is designed so that any student may enroll and thrive regardless of their location or mode of participation--on-campus and taking the class in person or studying remotely from any location. Greek 101 will meet during the scheduled course hours, with flexible options available to remote learners. Students who will be taking the class remotely are encouraged to reach out to me to discuss the course and their individual circumstances.
Grading: no pass/fail option,
yes fifth course option
frequent quizzes, tests, and a final exam
none; designed for students who are beginning Greek or have studied less than two years of Greek in secondary school; students with some previous experience in Greek may want to enroll in CLGR 102 only (consult the department)
Classics majors or intended Classics majors, first years and sophomores
credit granted only if both semesters (CLGR 101 and 102) are taken