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From Alpha to Omega, Fourth Edition Online Courseware

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From Alpha to Omega, Fourth Edition Courseware is an essential online study guide for Anne H. Groton’s bestelling introduction to Classical Greek textbook, From Alpha to Omega, Fourth Edition. Computer-corrected drill activities, audio recordings of the vocabulary and readings from the textbook, and video tutorials reinforce grammatical and syntactical knowledge, operational vocabulary, and oral and written proficiency. The Courseware is tied to each lesson of the textbook and can be accessed at any time, so students can practice what they have learned in the classroom and can work on problem areas. Use the Courseware to supplement use of the printed book or as the core of an online or hybrid course.

Available for a 15-month subscription. $19.95 per student.

Materials included:

  • Screen Cap Video Tutorials, by Karen Rosenbecker and Brian Sullivan (Loyola University, New Orleans)
    Streaming video tutorials present key concepts covered in each lesson of From Alpha to Omega to reinforce in-class instruction. These tutorials provide a helpful aid to students after class as they complete their homework assignments, but can be accessed at any time: before class, after class in their study time, even as part of real-time tutoring or collaborative study sessions.
  • Audio Recordings, by David C. Noe (Calvin College)
    Streaming audio recordings of lesson vocabulary, exercises, and readings allow students to hear and practice pronunciation.
  • David C. Noe’s Guide to Classical Greek Pronunciation, by David C. Noe (Calvin College)
    Ancillary guide accompanies the audio recordings for From Alpha to Omega. It explains pronunciation rules, provides helpful tips, and offers useful exercises students can do when listening to the audio recordings. Aids student comprehension of Classical Greek pronunciation.
  • Drill Exercises, by Gwendolyn Compton-Engle (John Carroll University)
    Auto-correcting drill exercises allow students to practice the material in each lesson and get immediate feedback. Scores are stored in a gradebook accessible to teacher for tracking progress, identifying problem areas, and assessment.
  • Link to From Alpha to Omega eBook, by Anne H. Groton (St. Olaf College)
    Links to the From Alpha to Omega eBook allow for purchase as well as easy linking and launching to the electronic version of the textbook.

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