A modern Greek odyssey

Advertiser Article: A modern Greek odyssey TRIP to Greece and vis­it­ing his­tor­i­cal and re­li­gious sites for three weeks will be a high­light of the school year for a group of Year 11 and 12 stu­dents from St Ge­orge Col­legewho are un­der­tak­ing mod­ern Greek stud­ies. The school has forged ties with uni­ver­si­ties in Thes­sa­loniki and Rhodes and twice a year, Greek lec­tur­ers pro­vide video con­fer­enc­ing ses­sions to aid stu­dents’ de­vel­op­ment in their lan­guage stud­ies. The study tour aims to … im­merse them in the Greek lan­guage and cul­ture by at­tend­ing classes in schools in Thes­sa­loniki and Rhodes. On April 13, the stu­dents fly to Athens and will be ac­com­pa­nied by the head of the ju­nior school, Stephanie Kos­me­tos, and mod­ern Greek teacher An­gela Drakopou­los. On April 13, the stu­dents fly to Athens and will be ac­com­pa­nied by the head of the ju­nior school, Stephanie Kos­me­tos, and mod­ern Greek teacher An­gela Drakopou­los. Ms Kos­me­tos said the trip would not only be ben­e­fi­cial from a cul­tural and lan­guage point of view but would be a bonus for stu­dents who were com­plet­ing an in­ves­ti­ga­tion project as part of the SACE re­quire­ments. Ms Kos­me­tos said the trip would not only be ben­e­fi­cial from a cul­tural and lan­guage point of view but would be a bonus for stu­dents who were com­plet­ing an in­ves­ti­ga­tion project as part of the SACE re­quire­ments. The project re­quires the stu­dents to fol­low up on their as­sign­ment task on a fa­mous Greek and in­ter­view aca­demics to do fur­ther re­search. The study tour aims to as­sist stu­dents to com­plete their in-depth study re­search and to im­merse them in the Greek lan­guage and cul­ture by...
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