Teachers Handbook for Athenaze, Book 1

Paperback | February 1, 1990

byMaurice Balme, Gilbert Lawall

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This course was written for use in schools, colleges, and universities with students who have not necessarily been exposed to any other highly inflected language. The course aims at teaching students to read and understand Greek civilization and culture. All elements in the course are meant to contribute to this end.

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This course was written for use in schools, colleges, and universities with students who have not necessarily been exposed to any other highly inflected language. The course aims at teaching students to read and understand Greek civilization and culture. All elements in the course are meant to contribute to this end.

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This course was written for use in schools, colleges, and universities with students who have not necessarily been exposed to any other highly inflected language. The course aims at teaching students to read and understand Greek civilization and culture. All elements in the course are meant to contribute to this end.

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This course was written for use in schools, colleges, and universities with students who have not necessarily been exposed to any other highly inflected language. The course aims at teaching students to read and understand Greek civilization and culture. All elements in the course are meant to contribute to this end.

Maurice Balme was at Harrow School (retired). Gilbert Lawall is at University of Massachusetts, Amherst.

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Format:PaperbackDimensions:126 pages, 9.17 × 6.5 × 0.24 inPublished:February 1, 1990Publisher:Oxford University Press

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ISBN - 10:0195063848

ISBN - 13:9780195063844

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This course was written for use in schools, colleges, and universities with students who have not necessarily been exposed to any other highly inflected language. The course aims at teaching students to read and understand Greek civilization and culture. All elements in the course are meant to contribute to this end.