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LA ENSEÑANZA DE LAS LENGUAS CLÁSICAS

Entrevista a Carlos Martínez Aguirre por María José Peláez Barceló en esRadio

Documentación Yésica Sánchez y Antonio Peláez.

Emitida en el programa "Déjate de historias" de esRadio el 09.11.15


ΟΜΙΛΕΙΤΕ ΕΛΛΗΝΙΚΑ - PALAESTRA

We are not the first who have taught Ancient Greek with the historical pronunciation and taking as starting point a well command of the modern form of the language... Have a look to this method published in... 1894!!!

Ὁμιλεῖτε Ἑλληνικά;
There is also a Latin method published by the same publishing house. It looks quite good:

PALAESTRA No somos los primeros en enseñar griego clásico con la pronunciación histórica y tomando como punto de partida un buen conocimiento de la forma moderna de la lengua... Echad un vistazo a este método publicado en... ¡¡¡1894!!!

Ὁμιλεῖτε Ἑλληνικά;
Hay también un método de latín publicado por la misma editorial que tiene muy buena pinta:

PALAESTRA

WHY ORAL LATIN?

By Susan Thornton Rasmussen
The Paideia Institute


Should all students and scholars of Latin use an oral approach? This increasingly common question is important as we consider whether we as teachers are utilizing the best possible methods for our purpose—whether that purpose be overall linguistic competence, or strictly the ability to read canonical texts. Five motivations for the use of oral Latin by teachers and students of any level are described: deepening the understanding of Latin, developing fluency in reading, offering variety for students of different learning styles, historical success of the method, and motivating learners. This paper delineates these motivations and explores to what extent oral Latin is effective for each.

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