Nowy blog o języku greckim
Nowy blog Daniela R. Streetta (Kai ta loipa – http://danielstreett.wordpress.com/) poświęcony problemom języka greckiego zapowiada się bardzo dobrze. Warto dodać bloga do RSS-a choćby ze względu na trzy działy stałe, które zaproponował autor:
(1) Greek Word of the Week
(2) Basics of Greek Pedagogy
(3) Septuaginta Texts
Autor pisze w poście powitalnym:
Welcome to καὶ τὰ λοιπά! This is my blog about all things having to do with Koine Greek, Biblical Studies, and cognate fields. I am especially interested in Greek pedagogy usingcommunicative methods (sometimes called the Natural Approach, or Direct Method). This method aims for true fluency in all aspects of ancient Greek: speaking, listening, reading and writing. Why try to speak a „dead” language? See my 2010 Society of Biblical Literature presentation, which addressed this very question.
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Thanks for reading! And thanks to my teaching assistant, Nathan Walker, aka Δῶρον, who did a lot of virtual gruntwork to get this blog looking good. Εὐχαριστῶ σοι!