Tag Archives: Dead Language

Eusebius for Bible Works and Hebrew Pedagogy (Links of Interest)

A few links of interest: First, Eusebius’ Ecclesiastical History is available now as a free BibleWorks module. Check it out at Michael Hanel’s blog for instructions on how to download and install it. The module contains both the Greek and … Continue reading

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What Does it Mean to “Read” Greek? (Basics of Greek Pedagogy, pt. 1)

By far the most common objection to oral/aural methods for teaching ancient Greek is the following: Greek is a dead language. We will never need to speak ancient Greek, so why should we waste time listening to and speaking it when … Continue reading

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Welcome to καὶ τὰ λοιπά!

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 using communicative methods (sometimes called the Natural Approach, or Direct … Continue reading

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