With the Greek Orthodox Easter less than three weeks away (i.e. on Sunday, 28 April), students may benefit from a variety of activities associated with the Holy Week, between Palm Sunday and Easter Sunday, and the Easter preparations and customs observed in different areas in Greece.
Primary school students can engage with the reading of less complex texts, activities and craft ideas available here.
The Centre for the Greek Language (Ministry of Education, Research and Religious Affairs, Greece; Member of the European Federation of National Institutions for Language (EFNIL)) announces the new period of the distance training program
“Routes in Teaching Greek as a Second/Foreign Language” for teachers in Greece and abroad
The program is implemented entirely on distance mode and consists of the following eight modules, which cover all thematic areas of interest for the teacher of Greek as a second/foreign language:
1. Lesson planning, Classroom Management and Learning Strategies
2. Teaching Grammar, Vocabulary and Pronunciation
3. Teaching Languages to Young Learners
4. Language Performance Assessment
5. Computer Assisted Language Learning
6. Aspects of Language
7. Bilingualism: Language and Thought of the Bilingual Speaker
8. When Cultures Converse at School: Intercultural Education Issues
The program is addressed to anyone involved and/or interested in teaching Greek as a second/foreign language in Greece and abroad, provided he/she is a B.A. holder from departments of Greek philology, foreign language philologies, pedagogical studies, theological studies or other departments of Greek or equivalent foreign universities. Candidates who have not completed tertiary education may also be admitted under conditions.
Commencement of the course: Monday, 16 September 2019
Course duration: 10 months
Registrations are submitted from 1 April 2019 until 7 June 2019 at
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