Beginners Greek (Unit 2 - Term 2)
This course is suitable for students who have enjoyed and been successful on the beginners' course, or whose knowledge of Greek already allows them to “get by” when on holiday or travelling for work.
Students will practise their listening, reading and speaking skills with a little writing. The emphasis is on communication, finding out more or sharing experiences of Greek culture and enjoying learning the language.
Students should have completed the beginners’ course and/or have some experience of learning Greek.
The course has various useful and helpful topics which may include:
- Daily routine
- Hobbies/leisure time
- Shopping for food and clothes
- Booking and checking into a hotel
- Public and private transport
There are no formal assessments required as part of this course, however, there will be some small optional homework tasks to reinforce understanding.
Courses costing more than £100 can usually be paid for in instalments. Please contact the College for details.
Students who successfully complete term 2 of the Intermediate Greek qualification may progress on to further study which we hope to offer in the future.
Dates & course durations
September 2022, dates TBC.
The course consists of work in the classroom and there will be opportunities for pair speaking work, listening to recordings and reading simple text with some writing of simple messages.
All materials are provided for you to complete the course. However, some courses may require additional study from home, you may need access to a PC/laptop and suitable Wi-Fi to access teaching and learning. You will be made aware of any additional study time at the time of enrolment.
Students have access to a fantastic range of College-wide facilities such as the Learning & Research Centre, study hubs, computer areas with accompanying multi-function printers and helpdesk advice.
You will be equipped with the skills and knowledge in intermediate Greek to help you progress and develop in a number of job opportunities to suit your personal needs and interests.