The Working Greek workshop is especially designed for non-native speakers of Greek and focuses on further development of words, structures, expressions and skills used in communication situations in the workplace.
Upon completing this workshop, students are typically expected to be able to:
- understand sentences and expressions frequently used in the workplace,
- communicate in simple and routine tasks requiring a simple and direct exchange of information on work-related issues,
- talk in simple terms about work appointments, their educational and professional background or introduce themselves in a workplace,
- write their résumé (CV) in Greek and simulate a professional interview with a native speaker of Greek.
This workshop provides practice in vocabulary, grammar, speaking, listening, reading, writing.
- The listening component typically consists of listening to excerpts -at a clear and relatively slow speech rate- from job interviews, everyday interpersonal and professional conversations, voice mail messages, etc.
- The speaking component typically consists of pronunciation practice, tasks requiring (self-)introductions, exchange of personal information, understanding information related to duties and working conditions or describing one’s professional background, etc.
- The reading component typically consists of comprehension strategies through simple letters, short emails, instructions, simple job descriptions, CVs, job applications, etc.
- The grammar component typically consists of the use of the definite and indefinite articles, verb tenses, adverbs, comparative forms of adjectives, possessive adjectives, pronouns, connection of sentences, etc.
- The vocabulary in this course typically consists of high-frequency vocabulary associated with the workplace and work-related communication situations.
- Remedial Lessons
- Support Lessons
- Discount for Speaking classes