Four sets of material are included here: (1) a copy for students to use of exercises a teacher may choose to use in class; (2) audio/visual resources for the first five lessons, including songs for memorizing the assigned material; (3) the core patterns on a single page; and (4) a series of summaries of the material learned at several points in the course which may be helpful for review.
Note well. The videos were made for earlier drafts of this method. I had intended to rerecord them, but the effects of my terminal illness prevent me from doing so. They are not consistent in their appearance and they reflect different titles for the book, different reference numbers for the grammar book, and a few other details that differ from the published form. Nevertheless, the key content regarding the core patterns to be learned has not changed. Since many students have found these presentations helpful I offer them here and ask that their rough condition be excused.
These exercises provide additional practice in class as time allows, as well as for students on their own.
Audio/Visual Resources for Lessons 1-5
Why Learn Greek? Video
Exercise 2 Video
Exercise 3 Video
Primary Personal Endings Core Pattern Video
Secondary Personal Endings Core Pattern Video
First and Second Declension Endings Core Pattern Video
Third Declension Endings Core Pattern Video
The Core Patterns on One Page – the Sneeze Sheet
This page may be of help as a point of reference as you learn the core patterns. It is encouraging that most of the morphological details to be learned fit on one page, though you need to learn how they apply. It is known as the Sneeze Sheet since it may look like someone sneezed on the page.
The following summaries may help in reviewing the material covered at several points during the first half of the course. For the second half the comprehensive summary after the passage from Luke 5 can be used.