30/01/20, Modern Greek Language Course - July 2020
• The course is held at the University Campus of Rethimno.
• The course will begin on Monday 6th July 2020 (finishing day: Friday 31st July 2020). The appointment for the opening day will be at the University Campus, School of Philosophy, at 9.00
a.m. Detailed information about how to reach the area will be sent to the students in due time.
• Tuition fees (450 euros) are to be paid to the University bank account by Friday 29th May 2020 (for payment details contact email@example.com). Tuition fees cannot be refunded.
• The course covers 80 teaching hours, from Monday to Friday, for four hours per day in the morning (09.00 to 13.00).
• Students will be given the teaching material for free.
• Students will be awarded a certificate, after a (successful) final examination.
• The University does not offer summer accommodation.
The course is structured in three levels:
Level 1 (Beginners, A1-A2): Level 1 is intended for students with little or no previous knowledge of Modern Greek, introducing them to the language within its cultural context. The course is mainly communicative, encouraging oral interaction in everyday situations. At the same time, it highlights the fundamentals of the Modern Greek grammar (explained in English). Students are introduced to aspects of the Greek culture on several occasions.
Level 2 (Intermediate, B1-B2): Level 2 is intended for students with knowledge of Modern Greek at a basic level, aiming to develop further their speaking and writing skills. The course completes the basic grammar of Modern Greek and presents a wide range of cultural-communicative settings as well as a variety of text types on several topics. Students are constantly encouraged to get involved in the process of learning (writing projects, role playing based on relevant scenarios).
Level 3 (Advanced, C1-C2): Level 3 is intended for students who have completed the intermediate level, aiming to bring their skills to the level of proficiency. On the basis of a variety of mostly authentic texts and settings as well as a wide range of in-class activities students become aware of the differences among formal and informal style and have the opportunity to advance their vocabulary and grammar skills.
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Registration forms should be sent to the following e-mail address: firstname.lastname@example.org