The course aims to provide the basic knowledge, both historical and literary, of the discipline. The course is also aimed at students who do not have previous knowledge of the discipline. The student will acquire:
1. Knowledge and understanding:
– well-rounded knowledge regarding the study of the subject;
– he/she will be prompted to becoming acquainted with Greek literary studies.
2. Knowledge and understanding skills applied:
– the student will develop the skill required to analyze Greek texts (translation);
– he/she will become acquainted with bibliographical sources, and he/she will be able to use them.
3. Making judgments:
– students develop the ability to collect and explain data to state independent judgments within the discipline.
4. Communication skills:
– students will be able to communicate and express methodological conclusions inherent to the discipline in a comprehensible way and supported by the acquired knowledge.
5. Ability to learn:
– students will enhance the learning skills necessary to keep on to study, in an independent way, the developments of the discipline.