Αναζητώντας κείμενα-μοντέλα για τη διδασκαλία της ελληνικής ως ξένης γλώσσαςPart of : Γλωσσολογία ; Vol.15, 2003, pages 43-54
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The paper describes one of the strategies that can be adopted in teaching Modern Greek. Students are given a number of modeΙ texts (mostly Greek fiction and essayistic literature) with detailed grammatical comments, in order to create their own variant of the interlanguage, which in the process of learning should be further adapted to the situation of the Greek linguistic pluralism. Ιt should be noted that at the early stages of language learning, the students aΙe not oriented to the entire spectrum of language variation, but to the relatively high variety of Greek (given their social role as foreign speakers of Greek). The method is partly based on the theory of Milman Perry and Albert Lord, the classic study of epic performance, which 1ed further to the development of the theory of orality and textuality in literary texts.