[Glaslyn] Possible class idea
khemail at swbell.net
Sat Oct 13 04:45:59 PDT 2001
Glad to hear from you. Without committing myself in blood or stone or whatever,
I would find such a language class of great interest...
Richard Culver wrote:
> Wesaþ ge hal!
> As most of you know I enjoy teaching things and in general running my
> mouth. Not knowing if going back to school will be possible for me after
> this term, I want a reason to keep up my studies in language. With that in
> mind, I was looking to see if there might be any really interest in anyone
> or any people, in Glaslyn or the surrounding baronial areas (moving back in
> January), wanting to take An Old English course? I am getting a good deal
> from my class here as it is. That in addition to another book I have would
> give me the opportunity to teach it at a comprehensible level which even
> people with little or limited language knowledge could follow.
> Also I am looking to do a basic Old Germanic language pronouciation class
> at some point. It would be just a day long lesson on learning how to
> pronounce names and various words, which could help heralds and those with
> earlier personas who might have spoken Old English, Old Frisian, Old Low
> Franconian, Old High German, Old Saxon, and Old Norse. I am not claiming to
> be a professor but I have a good-enough-for-SCA-purposes knowledge of the
> subject for those interested.
> All this will be in addition to the put-off persona workshop which I
> still want to do.
> Anyone interested should let me know. Once I get back up there it will
> help to know how much time I will need from whatever work I find.
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