- HIS101: Western Societies from Antiquity to the Present
- HIS102: The Ancient World – From the Birth of Greek Rationalism to the Crisis of the Roman Republic
- HIS203: The Early Church and the Roman Empire – From the Principate of Augustus to the Reign of Justinian
- HIS204: The Medieval World
- HIS301: Topics in Twentieth-Century History
- HIS302: Australian Politics, Culture and Religion since 1788
- HIS303: Humanists and Reformers – The Renaissance
- HIS304: Enlightenment Europe and the Creation of the Modern World
- LIT101: Composition and Literature
- LIT102: Literature of the Western World – Ancient
- LIT201: Literature of the Western World – Medieval and Renaissance
- LIT202: Literature of the Western World – Milton to Modern
- LIT301: The Search for Meaning in Twentieth Century Literature
- LIT302: Australian Literature
- LIT303: The Catholic Imagination in Modern Literature
- LIT304: Shakespeare
- PHI101: Introduction to Philosophy
- PHI102: Metaphysics
- PHI201: Medieval Philosophy
- PHI202: Moral Philosophy
- PHI301: Modern Philosophy
- PHI302: Social and Political Philosophy
- PHI303: Philosophy of Language
- PHI304: Twentieth Century Analytic Philosophy
- PHI305: Intensive Study of a Text in Classical Philosophy
- PHI306: Intensive Study of a Text in Modern Philosophy
- THE101: Theological Foundations of Christian Culture
- THE102: The Development of Revelation
- THE201: Sacramental Theology
- THE202: Fundamental Moral Theology
- THE301: Theology of the Post-Conciliar Era
- THE302: Bioethics and the Catholic Tradition
- THE303: Moral and Sexual Integrity
- THE304: Public Morality and Catholic Social Ethics
- LAN101: Classical Latin I (Introductory)
- LAN102: Classical Latin II (Introductory)
- LAN203: Classical Latin III (Intermediate)
- LAN204: Classical Latin IV (Intermediate)
- LAN301: Language and Culture in Late Republican Rome (Advanced)
- LAN302: Pagans and Christians from Augustus to Augustine (Advanced)
- LAN305: The Eternal City from Paganism to Christianity
- Classical Greek
- STU101: Study Skills
- Religious Education
GRE101: Classical Greek I (Introductory)
|Accredited towards||Diploma of Classical Languages|
|Unit type||Core unit|
|Indicative contact hours||3 hours per week|
|Offered in||Semester 1|
|Tuition fee||Visit www.campion.edu.au/tuition|
This unit is designed for beginners and requires no previous knowledge of a foreign language or of English Grammar. The grammatical concepts and categories of the Greek language encountered during this unit are fully explained within the unit itself. Students study Classical Greek (c.500 – c.300 BC) focussing on Attic, the dialect of Ancient Athens. Material from other periods (e.g. the Septuagint or the New Testament) may also be introduced for illustration.
On completion of the unit students will have:
- A full knowledge of the Greek alphabet and a basic understanding of the pronunciation of Classical Greek.
- An understanding of the fundamental concepts of Greek grammar.
- Knowledge of the Greek vocabulary and grammar, including syntax, appropriate to this level.
- The ability to translate simple texts from Greek to English and vice versa.
- The ability to participate effectively and confidently in group work and practical exercises in tutorials.
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