Curtis Hinson

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Curtis Hinson

Postby chinson » November 15th, 2011, 9:50 pm

I have a BA in Biblical Studies from Abilene Christian University in Abilene, Texas, wherein I focused on NT and LXX Greek. I have on occasion taught Greek in small group, individual, church, or home-group settings, using "living" or natural-language methodology, with some surprising success disproportionate to either my expectations or my CV so far. I used a variety of textbook resources according to what best addressed a given student's learning style, linguistic background, or the current lesson, and standardized on monotonic Greek with the "modern" accent. I would be glad to share my biases and experience in that regard privately to anyone interested.

I have a successful career in a non-related field, but I harbor some obscure research interests and the desire to sometime complete a PhD and do some writing and teaching. While a member of B-Greek for something like ten years now, I am infrequently active at this time. Yet here I am for anyone who would like to make contact. I also have a few useful items on my website http://www.curtishinson.com.
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Re: Curtis Hinson

Postby Mark Lightman » November 15th, 2011, 11:31 pm

Curtis wrote:

I have on occasion taught Greek in small group, individual, church, or home-group settings, using "living" or natural-language methodology, with some surprising success disproportionate to either my expectations or my CV so far...I would be glad to share my biases and experience in that regard privately to anyone interested.


Yes, Curtis, a number of us would love to hear about your experiences and views. Post something under the Teaching Greek section. Or you can private message me.

ἔρρωσο ἐν ὀνόματι Κυρίου.
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