1. Where should Modern Greek be taught? Or, how should it be learned (if not spoken or read at home?) Select the method below that you favor most.
Through other family and friends
After-school, Church sponsored Greek School programs
Public high schools
Private or parochial schools
Universities and colleges in the U.S.
Educational institutions other than colleges, universities or traditional scholastic settings (such as private, non-profit institutes like The Greek Institute of Boston or summer camps and retreat centers).
Through private tutors
E-learning (Internet programs)
Self-learning through teaching aids (tapes, CD-ROM, videos, etc.)
Intensive summer youth programs
Summer exchange programs with Greek institutions in Greece
Round table evening adult courses
Correspondence courses (mail, etc,)
Other (Please specify)
2. How much time could you devote per week to participating in Greek lessons?
3. To what degree would you like to become proficient in the following areas?
4. Do you presently have any knowledge of Greek? (assuming that Greek is a second language?)
5. Are you proficient in any other language (other than your native language and Greek?)
6. Do you have any interest in learning Classical, Patristic, or Byzantine Greek?
7. Do you now have access to any after-school, Church-sponsored Greek language program?
8. Would you like to be able to understand the Greek spoken in Greek Orthodox liturgies and important hymns and prayers?
9. Is there a Greek-speaking person with whom you could practice Greek lessons?
10. Is your ethnic background Greek?
11. If married, is your spouse of Greek background?
12. Which persons in your family emigrated from Greece? Great grandparent, grandparent, parent, self?
13. If an accredited course were offered through this website (Hellenic Communication Service), would you enroll?
14. Please indicate gender:
15. What region of the U.S. do you live in?
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