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Classes that Use Learn to Read New Testament Greek
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Classes that Use Learn to Read New Testament Greek

Dave Black’s Greek DVDs
The 24 DVD set features me teaching New Testament Greek following my introductory Greek grammar. The classes were taught in English even though they were recorded before a live audience in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia.
Daily Dose of Greek: Learn Biblical Greek
Dr. Rob Plummer from The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary has a website called "Daily Dose of Greek" which aims to help people keep their Greek. This link is to his "Learn Greek" page, on which you can learn Greek "from scratch" or review fundamentals with twenty-six "Learn Greek" video lectures, which are keyed to my Learn to Read New Testament Greek, 3rd ed. (When you follow the link to his site, you have to scroll down to see the individual videos.)
Jacob Cerone's Greek Course
Jacob Cerone, one of my Greek students, taught through my book Learn to Read New Testament Greek. He has posted the video lectures from each class along with video tutorials, handouts, and "homework."
Thomas Hudgins' Beginning Greek Grammar Videos
Thomas Hudgins has an invaluable treasure trove of videos for students of beginning Greek Grammar. He walks through, step-by-step, the exercises for my beginning grammar.
Christopher Boyd White's Greek 102
White's Greek videos are uploaded to YouTube.
John Moore's Greek Courses
John Moore teaches through my Learn to Read New Testament Greek. His videos are available at YouTube.
Jared Henson's Online Instruction
Jared gives online instruction in the Biblical Languages. He has previously taught Hebrew and Aramaic, and is now beginning a Koine Greek section.

Other Classes

Bill Mounce’s Video Lectures
You can now purchase Bill Mounce's video lectures as he teaches through his Greek Grammar. Zondervan describes the product in this way, "[T]his 6-DVD set offers 36 easy-to-follow lessons [that] make learning the original language of the New Testament both doable and enjoyable."
Digital Greek at LSU
This is LSU's beginning Greek class, which went digital! They call it "Ancient Greek for Everyone." All the lessons (in .pdf or Power Point format) will be posted here, and everyone is welcome to use them.  
George Lovell's Introductory Greek
This is a collection of lessons for New Testament Greek collected by a professor at Meadville Theological School of Pennsylvania. The collection, made available for free on iTtunes, includes 80 short lessons.
Karen Mohs' website is aimed at introducing Greek, especially to children. This provides an enjoyable means of learning the alphabet and picking up some vocabulary. 
Hellenic American Union Podcast
This is a modern Greek podcast, entirely in Greek, with 80 episodes and transcripts for each one. The episodes include short dialogues which have a lot of vocabulary in them and there are also some lessons about life in Greece in general. 
Jeff A. Jenkins Greek Course
Curtisincorinth has added Jenkin's Greek classes to his YouTube page. Most of the videos are less than 10 minutes.
Jeff Smelser's Greek Courses
This page (text and audio only) contains three Greek courses, including lessons, assignments, and tests. The courses use Hewitt's New Testament Greek (rev. ed.). No font is required since it uses Unicode.
Jim West's Elementary Greek
This page (text only) contains 31 lessons of introductory Greek grammar. Please note that SPIonic font is necessary to properly view the Greek.
John Pappas' BibleGreekVPOD
This is the homepage of John Pappas' Greek course. His materials are available here, but the video courses are accessed through ITunes.  
Learn Greek Free
D. Eric Williams has provided lessons and supplemental material for learning New Testament Greek at this website.
Learn Greek Free YouTube
D. Eric Williams offers these New Testament Greek videos.
Lorin Cranford's Greek 101
The entire course (text only) is available online, including syllabus, assignments, etc.  
Michael Burer's Elements of Greek I
This course, using Mounce's Basics of Biblical Greek, is offered by DTS on iTunes free.
Michael Burer's Elements of Greek II
This course, using Mounce's Basics of Biblical Greek, is offered by DTS on iTunes free. 
Ron Friedrich's Deaf Pah! Greek
This course is designed for hearing-impaired students of New Testament Greek. The course is designed using Moh's Hey Andrew! series and features supplementary materials online, such as the sign language alphabet chart (very cool!), flash cards with hand signals, etc.  
Stephen Ku's Overview of Biblical Greek
Ku provides four videos with PowerPoint images for his introductory Greek grammar course. The class is taught in a local church, and it is simultaneously translated into Mandarin. The main link (above) is for the first video in the series. For the remaining three videos, click here: Video 2, Video 3, Video 4.  
Ted Hildebrandt's Mastering New Testament Greek Textbook
Ted Hildebrandt's Greek textbook can be found here for free in .pdf format.
Ted Hildebrandt's Greek Videos
Hildebrandt has made these Greek videos available online for free. There are 28 units and they can easily supplement whatever aspect of beginning Greek grammar a student is studying or reviewing.  The mp3's can be dowloaded here, as well as recordings of vocabulary for the Mastering New Testament Greek textbook and readings of 1John.
Whitacre's Greek Videos
"Rodney A. Whitacre, author of Using and Enjoying Biblical Greek (Baker Academic, 2015), reviews key concepts of Greek morphology and sentence mapping." You can also find some videos here where he leads you on a "brief guided tour" through a couple of Greek passages, as well as various handouts related to his textbook.