- Module code: CX106
- Module name: Greek Literary Texts
- Department: Classics and Ancient History
- Credit: 30
Module content and teaching
The purpose of the course is to build upon Greek Language and Literature and to allow students both to broaden and to deepen their understanding of Greek by further reading of significant works by authors and in genres for the most part not previously studied.
Principal learning outcomes
As well as developing the ability of students to translate from Greek, the module also includes discussion of salient aspects of literary and grammatical points.
Timetabled teaching activities
The class meets once a week for a two-hour class to discuss prepared translation, grammar and matters of context.
|Assessment group||Assessment name||Percentage|
|30 CATS (Module code: CX106-30)|
|B1 (Examination only)||1 hour exam CX106/CX206/CX306 (January)||25%|
|3 hour exam CX106/CX206/CX306 (Summer)||75%|
|VA (Visiting students only)||100% assessment visiting/exchange PART YEAR ONLY||100%|
This module is available on the following courses:
- BA in Classics (Q800) - Year 1
- Undergraduate Classical Civilisation (Q820) - Year 1
- Undergraduate Classical Civilisation with Study in Europe (Q821) - Year 1
- Undergraduate Classical Civilisation with Philosophy (Q8V7) - Year 1
- Undergraduate English and Latin Literature (QQ36) - Year 1
- Undergraduate Classics and English (QQ37) - Year 1
- Undergraduate Ancient History and Classical Archaeology (VV16) - Year 1
- Undergraduate Ancient History and Classical Archaeology with Study in Europe (VV18) - Year 1