ADULT (Intermediate)




    Class Description

    The Adult Class that is offered at Annunciation Greek School is a mixed ability, full immersion class which is taught using the Communicative Approach to Language Teaching. Thus, interaction between the students and the teacher, as well as among the students, is emphasized as the means but also the goal of study. “Active” “Student Centered” Learning is encouraged in class by means of group work and activities that relate to the students’ individual profiles and interests. By the end of the course, students will be confident users of Greek in simple conversational contexts, and will have developed intermediate reading and writing skills.

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      Handbook 2019-20


      Class Instructor

      Nikos Lazaridis |Dr. Nikolaos Lazaridis is Professor of Ancient Mediterranean History at California State University, Sacramento. He is one of the very few Greek Egyptologists. He left Greece in 1996 to study Egyptology at the American University in Cairo and Oxford University, and later became a postdoctoral fellowship at the Institute for Historical, Literary and Cultural Studies at Radboud University of Nijmegen. His doctoral dissertation, Wisdom in loose form: The language of proverbs in Egyptian and Greek collections of the Hellenistic and Roman periods, was published by Brill Publishers in 2007. In addition, Dr. Lazaridis has authored numerous articles on ancient Egyptian literature, epigraphy, and religion. He has recently completed two monographs: “Let me have Your Majesty hear a marvel”: Aspects of Narrative Writing in Ancient Egypt, and North Kharga Oasis Survey, vol. 2: The Darb Ayn Amur, co-authored with Dr. Salima Ikram, and Dr. Leslie-Anne Warden Anderson.