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THERE IS NOT ONE CLASSICAL GREEK RESOURCE ON THIS WEBSITE.

Or any other website for that matter.

Does anybody do Greek out there?

Anybody?

*sobs*; I'm all alone.

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Posted: 21-02-11 11:19 by Rebecca

Awh man that sucks :(

I don't learn Greek but I was looking for Classical Civilisation..

Posted: 01-03-11 02:29 by Charliee

Rebecca,

have you tried http://www.cambridgescp.com/ Cambridge School Classics Project has resources for Classics, Latin and Greek. 

Hope this helps.

Sammie

Posted: 06-03-11 18:19 by Sam Elestial

Hi Sam,

I have tried the Cambridge School Classics Project, but their GCSE activities aren't very good (it is more of a beginners Y7, 8 and 9 resource) and has nothing for AS Level.

Indeed, there is a link for a Ancient Greek website (it redirects you to the Eton Website) but that hasn't been updated for a few years; so the vocabularly list doesn't apply any more. There isn't much on that either - it seems to have been done a little rushed, to be honest.

Thanks anyway,

:)

Modified once, last modified by Rebecca on Thu 10th March, 2011 @ 19:39

Posted: 10-03-11 19:38 by Rebecca

The Eton Greek Project is really good I find-the vocab was the same list I used last year for my GCSE!

http://www.etoncollege.com/files/OCR%20Greek%20GCSE%20Word%20List.pdf

http://www.ocr.org.uk/qualifications/type/gcse/classics/classical_greek/documents/index.html

http://www.perseus.tufts.edu/hopper/-this is quite useful for the lit texts-don't know what you're studying tho?

What sort of stuff were you looking for? cos I have some stuff form last year but its form the legacy syllabus and I'm guessing you do the new one now?

Let me no if you need grammar notes or whatever :)

Posted: 03-04-11 20:58 by Annika Mathews

UVIC ATHENAZE IS ALSO GOOD FOR GREEK :)

Posted: 07-04-11 17:19 by Ariane

Thanks guys!

Annika, I looked at the perseus tufts stuff, and I tracked down my set texts, so thanks a lot for that! I was looking for some GCSE grammar notes online, but its very hard to find a decent set.

Uvic Athenaze is a good website. Cheers, Ariane! :)

Does anybody know any good websites where there is practice GCSE passages to translate?

:)

Posted: 09-04-11 18:06 by Rebecca

I'm doing GCSE Greek and Latin - exams are in less than a month :/ Really wish I'd started working earlier! This link has a few GCSE grammar notes that I found helpful:

http://www.clsb.org.uk/downloads/examinations/revision_info/Greek_Grammar.pdf

Posted: 22-04-11 13:29 by Niamh

Great, thanks :)

Posted: 25-04-11 14:16 by Rebecca

Hey I do Classical Greek too. I do OCR and I have my prose exam next week....really nervous 

Good luck!!

M

x

Posted: 18-05-11 18:18 by Mary

BTW try the Eton Vocab Tester..It's awesome!!!

Posted: 18-05-11 18:19 by Mary

BTW try the Eton Vocab Tester..It's awesome!!!

Posted: 18-05-11 18:19 by Mary

http://www.blue-valleys.com/web/classicalworkbooks/default.asp

Really good workbooks for all classics subjects at all levels. 

Posted: 22-05-11 20:00 by Rachael