You’ll want to be sure to read about and check out the new videos the Biblical Language Center has posted here, taken during their recent “Jesus in Jerusalem” Koine Greek immersion experience in January.
The first video provides a good example of some simple circling techniques that can be used with any text (here, the lead up to the triumphal entry). Take a sentence like ὁ κύριος αὐτοῦ χρείαν ἔχει (Mar 11:3) and ask questions like: τίς ἔχει χρείαν; τίνος ἔχει χρείαν; and τί ἔχει ὁ κύριος;
A second short video shows some discussion of Barabbas and his activities, while another video provides some TPR-ish work on clothing and actions associated with clothing. Can you say ‘pants’ in Greek? Can you smell someone’s stinky feet in Greek? If not, perhaps it’s time you learned Greek . . .