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08/26/2019
As the new term approaches and gets underway, the SCS Blog is bringing you fresh perspectives and actionable ideas on teaching the languages, history, and material culture of the ancient Mediterranean.  Try something small — or something big — to kickstart your course! τίς δ’ οὐχὶ χαίρει νηπίοις ἀθύρμασιν; Who does not find delight in childish amusements? Euripides, Auge fr. 272 TrGF Anyone who has taught an introductory language class is familiar with the age-old challenge of keeping students active and engaged, especially when these courses tend...

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