THE PROGRAM- First Form Greek
- Student Text
- Teacher Manual
- Student Workbook
- Quizzes & Tests booklet
- Teacher Key (for Workbook, Quizzes, & Tests)
- Pronunciation CD
Each of the 31 lessons corresponding with the program includes:
- Exercises to teach concepts through practice with logical progression of the 4-day work week
- 2 page weekly reviews of vocabulary and grammar
- 6 pages of exercises per lesson
HOW WE USED FIRST FORM GREEK
Each week we accomplished one lesson in 4 days covered a section of the lesson each day. The pronunciation guide CD is very helpful to hear how to say the words and we used it each day to correspond with the appropriate lessons.
The workbook helps to practice the reading and writing. Doing a small part of the lesson each day was between 15 and 30 minutes and kept the progress moving.
WHAT IS UNIQUE ABOUT FIRST FORM GREEK
The program is very thorough, which is true to form for Memoria Press. The 31 lesson in the Greek program take the student from learning letters, working with noun declensions, present tense of the “to be” verb, personal and demonstrative pronouns, six indicative active tenses of the omega verb, first and second declension adjectives, and mastering approximately 130 vocabulary words.
Though recommended for 8th-grade students who have completed The Greek Alphabet book from Memoria Press, it can be used by most middle school or high school students wanting a good introduction to Greek.
Overall, I think this program is a good, thorough Greek introductory program. Though we did NOT use The Greek Alphabet book, we were able to work through the lesson without issue but just a little review of the Greek alphabet. It is not a quick lesson program and requires some dedication but is god for integrated Classical Education.
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