A New Testament Greek Grammar Review Tool    
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History

One of the common plights of Greek students in college or seminary is that their mastery of Greek quickly evaporates over vacation breaks and the summer. This leads to mild forms of panic as the studies resume and they are expected to pick up where they left off. The ANALYTIKON project grew out of a desire to relieve that burden and provide students with a tutorial approach to review. The development of a web-based review module allows students to carry on review wherever they have access to the web, without necessarily having to have texts, workbooks, and notebooks available for the review. As this need and response were emerging, the Wabash Center for Teaching and Learning in Theology and Religion was offering grants for the development of new initiatives in teaching and learning the biblical languages. The ANALYTIKON proposal was accepted and this website is the result.
 

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