Prerequisite: Greek IA
Location and Times: Monday, Wednesday, and Friday at 10.30-11.20 in the Classics Office.
Instructor: Will Guast, email@example.com
Policy on Grading
Your final mark will be based on two factors: homework and tests, and the final exam. The higher of these two scores will weigh 75% in the final mark, the lower score 25%. This system hopefully respects the achievements both of late bloomers and of those who for whatever reason perform poorly on the day of the final exam.
If you score poorly in a test, it may be possible to retake it.
I reserve the right to refuse late work. In practice, owing the shortness of deadlines for this course, I will accept occasional late submissions: I would only exercise my right of refusal if work came in late with any regularity. (For reference, I refused no late work for Greek last year).
It is very possible for students with learning differences to succeed at and profit from Greek; indeed, MarlboroÃ¢â‚¬â„¢s small class sizes have traditionally provided a very supportive environment for this. This class will honor all necessary accommodations for students with documented learning differences. If you have a learning difference or believe you may have a learning difference that requires specific accommodation, please contact the friendly and helpful Megan Littlehales, Coordinator of Disability Services: firstname.lastname@example.org; Megan will let me know what accommodations would be appropriate.
Policy on Attendance
If you miss three classes without very good reason, you will lose your place in the course. Persistent lateness may also harm your final mark.
This semester we will finish Part 1 of Taylor and move on to Part 2. Be sure to get the second edition of Part 2, available from the college bookstore.
1. Greek to GCSE Part 1 (Duckworth Publishers)
2. Greek to GCSE Part 2 Second edition (Duckworth Publishers)