Armenian Language Computer Course
Catholicosate of Cilicia
Communication and Information Department
Contact: V.Rev.Fr.Krikor Chiftjian, Communications Officer
Tel: (04) 410001, 410003
Fax: (04) 419724
PO Box 70 317
Armenian version: http://www.cathcil.org/v04/doc/Armenian.htm
THE CATHOLICOSATE OF CILICIA AND THE CALOUSTE GULBENKIAN FOUNDATION RELEASE THE SECOND PART OF THE ARMENIAN LANGUAGE COMPUTER COURSE
The Department of Armenian Affairs of the Gulbenkian Foundation issued the second CD of the "Arevig" Armenian language computer course under the patronage of His Holiness Aram I.
Ms. Asdghig Tchamkerten of the Department of Armenian Affairs' central committee points out in the introduction of the CD that the project has been realized within the celebrations of the 1600th anniversary of the conception of the Armenian Alphabet.
The linguistic-pedagogical editor of the course is philologist Mr. Garo Arakelian with the assistance of several Armenian experts from Aleppo. Micheal Sarkisian is responsible for the technical works and preparation.
The second CD of the course includes essential grammar lessons for the 4th, 5th, 6th and 7th classes. The CD's aim is to teach the new Armenian generation its mother language through the use of modern, audiovisual technology. The CD compensates greatly for the lack of such teaching methods in Armenian schools in the Diaspora.
The CD is not designed exclusively for students and can be used by anybody to strengthen Armenian language skills in a fast, simple ands easy way.
The "Arevig" I and "Arevig" II CDs are masterpiece works for Armenian students and interested individuals. The "Arevig" series will be completed in the future for the purpose of teaching accurate Armenian and keeping the Armenian language pure and void of external influences especially in the Diaspora.
View the cover here: http://www.cathcil.org/v04/doc/Photos/Pictures121.htm
The Armenian Catholicosate of Cilicia is one of the two Catholicosates of the Armenian Orthodox Church. For detailed information about the books published in the Printing House of the Cilician Catholicosate, you may refer to the web page of the Catholicosate, http://www.cathcil.org/ The Cilician Catholicosate, the administrative center of the church is located in Antelias, Lebanon.