One Week Lessons
This curriculum is for people who have limited time to get in touch with the basics of the Greek language and culture.
The courses of one week include 20 hours of lessons that familiarize you with the Greek language, culture and everyday life. A combination of classroom lessons with tours and excursions in the region, will give you the opportunity to learn how to talk about yourself, how to ask information from locals, how to get travel directions and how to order at local taverns and cafes.
Two Week Lessons
The courses of two weeks address to people who want a first contact with the Greek vocabulary, Greek grammar and syntax in order to develop basic communication skills.
The program includes 40 hours of teaching that combines language and culture tutoring. You will be teached into the classroom and through outdoor activities and you will be able to talk about yourself, to describe your daily routine, to contact with local people, to take and give travel directions and of course to…have fun ala Greek! At the same time, you will get in touch with key elements of Greek grammar and syntax.
Four Week Lessons
Courses of four weeks are suitable for individuals who desire a deeper contact with the Greek language in order to conquer the structures and practice the language in its natural environment.
This program includes 60 hours of language teaching combined with cultural activities and familiarity with the everyday life of the locals. Through your language lessons and excursions you will learn how to talk about yourself, how to move independently, how to participate in discussions with broader topics and how to exchange a variety of information in public places.
GREEK LANGUAGE LESSONS (ADVANCED)
The courses aim at advanced students who wish to deepen further in the Greek language.
The program of courses adapts to your level of language proficiency, which is defined through certified tests before the beginning of the course. The courses last one, two or four weeks and focus not only on your language development but also on your cultural familiarity with everyday life, manners and customs of the locals.
Introductory activities with the culture and history of the region may include:
- tours to historical sites-monuments
- outdoor excursions
- visits to theater and (open-air) cinemas
- Greek music concerts
- acquaintance with the local cuisine
- visits to local celebrations and festivals
- visit to the local market
- acquaintance with the Greek art and literature
Discovering the gastronomic culture of Greece!
We love to discover the gastronomic culture of Greece trying several tastes, smelling different herbs, learning new recipes! We learn the language that is hidden behind! We have a lot of fun! Thank you Ammon Express
Participation in the 7th Multilingual Festival of Thessaloniki
For the seventh year, the Municipality of Thessaloniki, in cooperation with the Thessaloniki Lifelong Learning Center and the SLYMS (Socio-cultural Youth Learning in Mobility Societies) research program, organizes the Multilingual Festival. The 7th Multilingual Festival will take place from 13 to 20 May 2019 and involves around 100 organizations in more than 200 actions. Peek at Greek participates in the 7th Multilingual Festival by organizing the art exhibition ” Words, clicks and brushes: My Thessaloniki “, which will be in the City Hall foyer from 17th to 19th of May. The exhibition includes works (paintings, photographs, sketches) of pupils and students of our school during the school period 2018-2019. Through this action, Peek at Greek students are able to share their impressions from the city of Thessaloniki, their thoughts and experiences (in their short or extended stay). The captions, descriptions and titles of the works will be both in Greek and the native language of the participants.
A special tour full of surprises!
Do you want to get the inheritance your uncle left you? Of course you do! So, follow the route, go to the necessary monuments, find the hidden riddles, solve the riddles using the Greek you’ve already learned and discovering the history of the city! Are you ready? A special tour full of surprises thank once again to our lovely colleagues Dot2dot!
A delightful daytrip of our school to Meteora!
The Greek word “metéoros” (μετέωρος) coming from “μετά” + “ἀείρω” (raise) means “raised up in the sky”, “the person or the thing that swings on the air”, “the hesitant or undecided person”. Humongous rocks, monasteries «hanging in the sky» and beautiful paths compose an enchanting scenery that everyone must see. This almost “unearthly state” with monasteries that clambered on the edge of impressive steep mountainous masses, challenge you to discover the majesty of nature. The earth meets the sky, the human intervention the divine element and the traveler finds the emotional serenity and spiritual well being which arises eternally from the atmosphere. Every year, millions of visitors from all over the world visit Meteora in order to admire this unique phenomenon. Since 1988, Meteora is part of the World Heritage sites of UNESCO. Thanks once again our colleagues in Ammon Express
Said about us
I’m not sure how to succinctly say all of the wonderful things I would like to express about this language school and its teachers – but I am so grateful to have found them and to now consider them friends! Thank you Peek at Greek!
They clearly have a passion for linguistics, and don’t just teach you vocabulary but truly facilitate a deep understanding of the language and the country. They are intentional about connecting people and respecting the different traditions of Greece while also welcoming newcomers and honoring diversity and global perspectives.
The lessons were perfectly tailored to our wants, needs and level.