GREEK 502 - Elementary Greek
Section: 001
Term: FA 2017
Subject: Greek (GREEK)
Department: LSA Classical Studies
Advisory Prerequisites:
Graduate standing.
May not be repeated for credit.
Undergrad and Grad
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This course will give you the tools to read Homer's Iliad and Plato's Republic in the original. You will also be able to read a papyrus of St. Paul's Letters in Michigan's papyrology collection or on an iPhone app, and you can tell your friends what their fraternity or sorority mottoes really mean. You’ll also learn some roots for medical terms before you take the MCAT. And you’ll get more of the jokes in Revenge of the Nerds. What’s not to like?

Course Requirements:

Regular attendance, twice-weekly quizzes (vocabulary and grammar), three exams, and a final. Homework assignments are not graded, but are reviewed in class.

Intended Audience:

No prior knowledge is required.

Class Format:

Four meetings per week for the presentation of new grammatical concepts, review of previously covered material, and lots of practice.

GREEK 502 - Elementary Greek
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001 (REC)
9Graduate Standing
MTuThF 9:00AM - 10:00AM
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