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Ancient Greek: A New Kind of Graded Reader

This is a presentation by J. K. Tauber about research being done into how to teach language with a computer-generated graded reader. The examples relate to learning Ancient Greek from the New Testament but the approach could be used for any language where the primary goal is reading comprehension of a particular corpus.

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Comment by Ann Martin on February 12, 2008 at 1:44pm
This is intriguing. I had some questions and one is this: In adding more and more phrases or clauses in Greek, would one reread the same passages over and over, each time with more Greek in them? Or is the method designed for you to go on to new passages as new phrases are added? Then presumably by the end you can go back and read the original readings in Greek.

Anna Peregrina


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