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Content description VCGRCE004

Classical Greek / Levels 7 and 8 / Engaging with texts / Responding to texts
Content description
Read aloud, recite or perform Classical Greek texts, using phrasing and voice inflection to convey meaning and to entertain others
  1. listening to and reproducing familiar and unfamiliar words, phrases and simple texts in Classical Greek to convey meaning, using restored pronunciation and appropriate phrasing and expression
  2. presenting orally short texts in Classical Greek, such as stories, dialogues, poems or speeches, to peers or the class, for example, a scene from Aristophanes or an epigram
  3. performing short extracts from comedy or passages of dialogue in collaboration with others, using strategies to convey the emotions of the characters
  4. reading aloud or reciting extracts from Classical Greek literature, such as the initial lines of the Iliad and the Odyssey
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