USING ELECTRONIC TEXT CORPORA IN TEACHING ANCIENT GREEK: A VOCABULARY TEACHING INTERVENTION IMPLEMENTED IN THE ANCIENT GREEK COURSE IN THE 3RD GRADE OF LOWER SECONDARY SCHOOL

Ilias Loumos

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The present didactic intervention aims to highlight the effective use of Electronic Text Corpora in the teaching approach of the Ancient Greek course. In particular, the teaching of a unit found in the school textbook of the 3rd grade of lower secondary school is examined at its vocabulary and semantic level, using the Digital Resources (http://www.greek-language.gr/digitalResources/) for the Greek language and the Portal for the Greek language (http://www.greek-language.gr/greekLang/index.html). Using Electronic Text Corpora, students take part in the learning process through a critical way by building an interactive and communicative learning environment. The dynamic use of ETC in the teaching process can constitute the bridge between traditional and new literacy in the Information Society and Communication.

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