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1 Instructor (s): Takis Voilas Course Title: Advanced Modern Greek Level II Course Code: GREA GRMO 302 Subject: Greek Language Credits: 4 Semester/Term : Spring Fall Summer Course Description: Course Requirements: This language learning course is intended for the learner who has already achieved an advanced level of fluency and accuracy in the use and comprehension of Modern Greek. Moreover, the course is addressed to those who, during their staying in Greece, wish to come in immediate contact with the cultural and social realities of the country. To this end the course provides, through simplified sociolinguistics and historical linguistics, aspects of the Greek history, culture and social habits as well as the social reality functioning within the language. Students will be encouraged and motivated to interact with Greek people, to be exposed to the Greek contemporary culture as well as to follow the Greek news and headlines Required Text Σπυροπούλου Μαρία και Θεοδώρα Θεοδωρίδου Η γλώσσα που μιλάμε στην Ελλάδα: Τα ελληνικά ως ξένη γλώσσα. Για προχωρημένους μαθητές της ελληνικής γλώσσας. University Studio Press. Θεσσαλονίκη. ISBN: Cost: To Be Determined Παναγοπούλου Ξ. Ευαγγελία και Άννα Χατζηπαναγιωτίδη Ελληνικά για προχωρημένους (Ομογενείς και αλλογενείς), γ κύκλος. Αριστοτέλειο Πανεπιστήμιο Θεσσαλονίκης, Ινστιτούτο Νεοελληνικών Σπουδών (Ίδρυμα Μανόλη Τριανταφυλλίδη). Θεσσαλονίκη. ISBN: Cost: To Be Determined Holton D., Mackridge P. and Philippaki-Warburton I Greek: A Comprehensive Grammar of the Modern Language. Routledge Taylor and Francis Group, London and New York. ISBN: ; Cost: To Be Determined. Carr J. and Anastasi P Your eyes fourteen: The mad Greek dictionary. Athens News. ISBN: ; Cost: To Be Determined. Arcadia University The College of Global Studies 1

2 Instructional materials, handouts, literature and printed extracts, audio and visual resources, films and songs will also be used by the instructors. The students will also be required to read a selection of newspaper articles, primary sources and literary texts. Good Modern Greek-English / English-Modern Greek dictionaries are indispensable. Proposed dictionaries by the instructors: Stavropoulos, D.N. (ed.), Oxford Greek-English Learner s dictionary. Oxford University Press. ISBN: ; Cost: To Be Determined Assignments Course Requirements Percentages 1. Attendance 10 % 2. Assessment of class participation and performance 20 % 3. Assessment of assignments 15 % 4. Quizzes 10 % 5. Mid term exam / individual project (oral and written) 20 % 6. Final exam / individual project (oral and written) 25 % Total 100% Students will be evaluated on the basis of the results of all assignments and examinations, which will test their grammar and syntax skills and the ability to apply these skills in context. Moreover, the final evaluation will consider students attendance and participation in class; their ability to understand and respond in speech and writing to spoken language; their understanding of aspects of Greek society and culture, also in comparison with the American ones Learning Outcomes and/or Expected Student Competencies: This language course has been designed for the learner of the Modern Greek language who has already mastered an advanced level of communicative skills as well as the rules of Modern Greek grammar and syntax. It is, therefore, intended for the learner who wants to achieve high competence fluency and accuracy in the use and comprehension of the spoken and written language. Most importantly, however, beyond language proficiency, it provides cultural understanding students familiarize with certain aspects of Greek culture. To this end, students will be motivated to interact with Greek people and to develop an interest in Greek society and culture, thus allowing them to have a more rewarding experience while in Greece. Arcadia University The College of Global Studies 2

3 On completion of the course, students should be able to: Learning Outcomes 1. Handle complex communicative tasks in real life formal and informal contexts. 2. Use their listening skills and ability to understand everyday spoken Greek 3. Undertake demanding written assignments as well as to read and understand Modern Greek texts and literature 4. To systematize comprehensively their knowledge of Modern Greek grammar and syntax 5. Use vocabulary on casual and academic topics. 6. Use Modern Greek words, compounds, troublesome idiomatic expressions, proverbs and idiolects 7. Demonstrate appreciation of the surviving socio-linguistic consequences of the pre 1976 diglossia, i.e. the coexistence of two differentiated varieties of the same language used for different purposes, and command both the formal and the colloquial usage of the language 8. Demonstrate the richness of the Greek language and culture 9. Participate in activities, outings or events that characterize the everyday contemporary life in Greece (i.e. attend a Greek theatre performance and / or a Greek film, visit a museum or a gallery, sciences, social customs etc.) 10. Demonstrate understanding of the current problems and situations which are taking place in Greece today, encouraging the students participation in the community and the development of intercultural skills Course Outline: Session Topic Orientation (9 hours) Field Studies (10 hours) - Introductory meeting - Placement test - The history of the Greek Language - The socio-cultural aspects of the Greek Language - Greek words on international use - Setting and tuning the outline of the course - A three-days visit to the island of Angistri: Students will explore the landscape and culture of the island and they will produce a report of their experience and their observations - Students will collaborate with the instructors as facilitators to the beginners field study program practicing with nonverbal communication in a Greek cultural context, using Arcadia University The College of Global Studies 3

4 Session 1 Session 2 Session 3 Session 4 gestures, sounds and facial expressions - Students will participate in a language-oriented intercultural scavenger info-hunt Reading material: Γλώσσα Through the city: Δημήτρης Πικιώνης: Sentimental topography - Verb present and future tenses - Verb aspect: perfective and imperfective - Active voice Passive voice Deponent verbs - Temporal relations Reading material: Ματιές στη λογοτεχνία BOP (Bring your own print) Through the city: Sophokleous street: Social invisible barriers - Verb past tenses - Syllabic, vocalic and internal augments - Verb aspect: perfective and imperfective - Active voice Passive voice Deponent verbs - Temporal relations - Articles: definite; indefinite - Nouns Reading material: Οικονομία Εργασία Through the city: Technopolis-Bartesera-TAF-BIOS Exploring urban culture - Verb perfect tense - Active voice passive voice deponent verbs - Adjectives - Numerals Reading material: O Τύπος έγραψε Through the city: Perceptions of the past: Museum visit: A students choice - Verb moods: Indicative; subjunctive; positive imperative - Verb modalities: conditional - Adverbs - Comparison of adjectives and adverbs - Comparative; relative and absolute superlative Arcadia University The College of Global Studies 4

5 Session 5 Session 6 Session 7 Reading material: Πολιτισμός Τέχνες Ψυχαγωγία Θέατρο Κινηματογράφος Τηλεόραση Μουσική Through the city: Πάμε σινεμά; Multiplex ή κινηματογραφική αίθουσα; - Defective and impersonal verbs - Verb Gerund and participles - Main clauses - Personal pronouns - Demonstrative pronouns and determiners - The noun phrase - The use of the cases Reading material: Ανθρώπινο σώμα, Υγεία Άσκηση Αθλητισμός Through the city: Ταινιοθήκη της Ελλάδος, Φεστιβάλ Πρωτοποριακού Κινηματογράφου - Interrogative pronouns and determiners - Indirect questions - Indirect commands - Expressions of measurement: space; time; quantity REVISION MID-SEMETER EXAM Session 8 INDIVIDUAL PROJECT Η ΑΘΗΝΑ ΜΕΣΑ ΑΠΟ ΤΑ ΜΑΤΙΑ ΤΩΝ ΑΛΛΩΝ Εργασία παρατήρησης, έρευνας, συνεντεύξεων και συμπερασμάτων με αφορμή τα δημοσιεύματα από τον ημερήσιο τύπο «Αρέσει στους τουρίστες η Αθήνα;» «Η ζωή των άλλων» Reading material: BOP (Bring your own print) Through the city: Random city-life event - Relative pronouns and determiners - Relative clauses - Complement clauses Arcadia University The College of Global Studies 5

6 Session 9 Session 10 Reading material: Οικογένεια Σπίτι, Χάσμα γενεών Τρίτη ηλικία Through the city: Shaping identities: Museum visit: A students choice - Prepositions and the prepositional phrase - Conditional clauses - Temporal clauses Reading material: Ιχνηλατώντας την πόλη με οδηγό την ιστορία και τη λογοτεχνία Session 11 Session 12 Through the city: Πλάκα: Βιτρίνα και αυθεντικότητα - Indefinite pronouns - Universal pronouns - Reflexive forms - Concessive clauses Reading material: Οικολογία, Φύση Τοποθεσίες Ταξίδια, Θάλασσα - Adverbial clauses: manner; purpose; result; cause REVISION FINAL EXAM INDIVIDUAL PROJECT Η ΚΟΙΝΩΝΙΚΗ ΙΣΤΟΡΙΑ ΕΠΙ ΤΟΙΧΟΥ Καταγραφή graffiti, παρουσίαση φωτογραφικού υλικού, ερμηνεία και κατάθεση σκέψεων με αφορμή το δημοσίευμα «ΕΞΑΡΧΕΙΑ: Σκέψεις, συνθήματα, tips, βόλτες, καφέδες, φαγητό ποτά, όλα όσα πρέπει να ξέρεις για να περάσεις ένα 24ωρο στην πιο παρεξηγημένη πλατεία της Αθήνας» Other Policies: Expectations Professional behavior is expected of all students. This includes preparation for classes, on-time attendance at classes, attendance at all group sessions and appropriate participation in the form of attentiveness and contributions to the course. Respect for the academic process is the major guiding principle for professional behavior and extends to all communications, including . Arcadia University The College of Global Studies 6

7 Attendance/Participation The course is designed to develop student s oral comprehension and oral expression skills as well as to introduce reading and writing skills. Moreover to familiarize students with some aspects of Greek culture. Participation and evidence of studying the material assigned will therefore be very important and it will be not only encouraged, but also requested. Participation is not just about talking, giving opinions or exercising critical capacities. It should also involve giving evidence of reading either the material assigned or other sources relevant to the subject matter. Class attendance (at Arcadia Center or on-site) as well as fulfillment of assignments and attendance of scheduled evening outings are mandatory. One unexcused absence is permitted. After that, 2.5 grade points will be deducted for each unexcused absence, thus affecting the final grade. If ill, the student must inform the Resident Director or the Student Liaison Officer before class meeting time for the absence to count as excused. If a student misses a class it is his/her responsibility to obtain homework assignments and notes from classmates or from the instructor. Please note that there will be no make-up exams or quizzes, except in extraordinary case Each student is responsible for performing academic tasks in such a way that honesty is not in question. All tests, term papers, oral and written assignments, and other academic efforts are to be the work of the student presenting the material. Any use of wording, ideas, or findings of other persons, writers, or researchers requires the explicit citation of the source; use of the exact wording requires a 'quotation' format. Course Policies For communications, students must use their Arcadia University account. Students are responsible for any information provided by or through Intranet postings. Plagiarism Representation of another s work or ideas as one s own in academic submissions is plagiarism, and is cause for disciplinary action. Cheating is actual or attempted use of resources not authorized by the instructor(s) for academic submissions. Students caught cheating in this course will receive a failing grade. Fabrication is the falsification or creation of data, research or resources to support academic submissions, and cause for disciplinary action. Late or Missed Assignments Will not be accepted for grading. Arcadia University The College of Global Studies 7

8 Students with Disabilities Persons with documented disabilities requiring accommodations to meet the expectations of this course should disclose this information while enrolling into the program, and before leaving the United States so that appropriate arrangements can be made. Prerequisites: Country and Program Connection: This language course has been designed for the learner of the Modern Greek language who has already mastered an advanced level of communicative skills as well as the rules of Modern Greek grammar and syntax. Learners at this level are expected to be able to handle most structures of Modern Greek with confidence, demonstrate knowledge of a wide range of vocabulary and use appropriate communication and writing skills in a variety of social formal or colloquial situations. Students, therefore, must have completed at least five semesters of Modern Greek in order to be able to enroll. Alternatively, they are expected to take a Modern Greek placement test in order to evaluate their level. After completing the course the students will have achieved a global view of Modern Greek, being able to use the structures of the language with ease and fluency, coping in any social situations that would arise in a formal or colloquial Greek-speaking environment. Furthermore, as an integral part of the wider Arcadia cultural immersion approach, the course aims to allow students to unlock the door to cross cultural understanding, providing the means to communicate and explore Greek culture in an in-depth way. This is an indispensable process for students studying abroad. Therefore, the ultimate goal of the course is to cultivate and encourage students : openness for new experiences, acceptance of diversity positive attitude toward learning and sense of responsibility to society. Arcadia University The College of Global Studies 8

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