When Dead Tongues Speak
I just finished reading this today:
I only found one chapter annoying, though I even got something out of that one. There was a lot of great advice and I have a LOT of thinking and reading to do before I teach my next Greek class here in Dallas (I’m considering doing it again in the fall). Though I have seen a number of Greek teachers in action, they all had a very similar pedagogy. This was a view into a completely different world of teaching. And since I continue to find current models of teaching NT Greek lacking (even the models I used in both classes I have taught), this is particularly important to me. If you teach ancient Greek of any form, I think you need to read this. Seriously.
I’m starting my second read through it already. I need to take notes and start tracking down some of the recommended materials.