Tag Archives: Resources

A Better English to Greek Word Search

One of the most difficult parts of trying to speak Koine Greek is finding the right ancient word. I’ve already detailed a lot of the problems with most of the currently available resources in this post on the need for … Continue reading

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Greek Jonah Comic Strip

The Animated Hebrew site, the creation of Charles Grebe at Briercrest Seminary, has been around for a while, so you’ve probably heard of it. If you haven’t, you need to go check it out. Charles is sympathetic to living language … Continue reading

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BibleWorks for Rapid Reading, pt 2 (BibleWorks 9 Review)

Introduction In this series I am exploring some ways that the new BibleWorks 9 can be used, not simply as a tool for exegesis or Bible study, but as an aid to communicative learning and teaching. For a good overview … Continue reading

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A Comprehensive Classroom Curriculum for Living Koine Greek (Needed Resources)

About the Series This is part of an ongoing series where I discuss resources that should be developed to aid teachers and students in acquiring Koine Greek communicatively. In this installment, I address what I think is perhaps the most important … Continue reading

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A Conversational Koine Greek Audio Course (Needed Resources)

About the Series This is part of an ongoing series where I discuss resources that should be developed to aid teachers and students in acquiring Koine Greek communicatively. A Conversational Audio Course I think we need an extensive audio course for … Continue reading

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Immersion Greek: Developing the Necessary Support Structure (Basics of Greek Pedagogy, pt. 9)

About the Series In the last post, I discussed some ways seminaries and colleges could accommodate an immersive approach to Greek pedagogy in their curricula and begin to approach the amount of training students receive in modern language programs, or … Continue reading

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David Alan Black On the Generational Shift in Greek Pedagogy

I am very honored by the recent comments on David Alan Black’s blog. At 6:16 on 9/15/11 he posted: 6:16 PM A groundbreaking new website has been launched by one of our Southeastern grads. It’s all about Greek and especially … Continue reading

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Signs of Interest?

What a first week it has been for the blog! My first real post went up last Thursday, and since then, we have had over 5000 views, including almost 1000 on our top day yesterday. That says to me that … 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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