TEACHERS’ TRAINING SEMINARS

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TEACHERS of Modern Greek – Paros (TMG201)

The training seminars for teachers of Greek as a foreign language will address issues such as: methods and strategies for teaching Greek as a foreign language, tips on the practical organization of teaching material, communicative targets, grammar, syntax and morphology of the language through specific examples, an analysis of the most common errors made by students studying Greek as a foreign language, as well as several cultural topics. Teachers will have the opportunity to talk about their teaching experiences and obtain valuable information on practical matters regarding their teaching methods and strategies. These seminars are addressed to teachers who teach Greek as a foreign language to children and adults, in Greece and abroad.
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TEACHERS OF Modern Greek – Athens (TMG202)

The training seminars for teachers of Greek as a foreign language will address issues such as: methods and strategies for teaching Greek as a foreign language, tips on the practical organization of teaching material, communicative targets, grammar, syntax and morphology of the language through specific examples, an analysis of the most common errors made by students studying Greek as a foreign language, as well as several cultural topics. Teachers will have the opportunity to talk about their teaching experiences and obtain valuable information on practical matters regarding their teaching methods and strategies. These seminars are addressed to teachers who teach Greek as a foreign language to children and adults, in Greece and abroad.
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TEACHERS OF ANCIENT GREEK- Paros (TMG203)

A 2-week training seminar for teachers of Ancient Greek. This seminar is designed to meet the specific needs of teachers of Ancient Greek. The seminar suggests ideas on how to teach Ancient Greek and overcome certain difficulties of grammar and syntax. In addition, new methods of teaching will be shared with the participants, in order to make teaching Ancient Greek livelier and more exciting. Participants share and exchange experiences and create an ongoing forum for ideas.