Greek Grammar I (Fall 2020) & II (Spring 2021), HBU

This academic year I’m teaching Elementary Greek at Houston Baptist University again!  Here are some links to the materials that we’re using for the course. Note: to see the daily assignments for the course, simply scroll down below these links and you’ll see them–most recent meeting days first.

Helpful Links for the Greek Course

Syllabus: Can be accessed in Blackboard (HBU) or Canvas (if at RTS)

Dr. Marshall’s Course Handouts: Here

Mounce Workbook Homework Key: in Restricted Access (for enrolled students only)

Mounce Audio Files: in Restricted Access (for enrolled students only)

Dr. Marshall’s Basics of Biblical Greek Mounce Chapter Lectures: Click here (this is a youtube playlist)  (Note: for Fall 20 and Spring 21, I’m not using BBG as a textbook; however, you may still find these lectures helpful.)

Mounce’s Online Greek Course Resources (supplementary materials related to Basics of Biblical Greek)

Restricted Access (only for those enrolled in class)

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Assignments for HBU Class

ASSIGNMENT PREP DUE DATES: [note: assignments will be ordered so that the most recent one appears on top]

*****SPRING 2021*****

Due Mon, Wed, & Fri, Feb 15, 17 & 19:

MON: [1] Quiz on Ch. 20. Upload in Bb Week 5 folder. [2] Read Ch. 21 in preparation for lecture.

WED: [1] Complete the Ch. 21 HW. Click on Restricted Access above to get the HW sheet and the Answer Key to check your work.  [2] Read over Ch. 21.

FRI: [1] Quiz on Ch. 21. Upload in Bb Week 5 folder. [2] Read Ch. 22 in preparation for lecture.

Due Mon, Wed, & Fri, Feb 8, 10 & 12:

MON: [1] Quiz on Ch. 19. Upload in Bb Week 4 folder. [2] Read Ch. 20 in preparation for lecture.

WED: Read Ch. 20 in preparation for lecture.

WED:  FRI: [1] Complete the Ch. 20 HW. Click on Restricted Access above to get the HW sheet and the Answer Key to check your work.  [2] Read over Ch. 21.

FRI: Next MON: Quiz on Ch. 20. Upload in Bb Week 5 folder.  

Due Mon, Wed, & Fri, Feb 1, 3 & 5:

MON: [1] Quiz on Ch. 18. Upload in Bb Week 3 folder. [2] [Read Ch. 19 in preparation for lecture.

WED:  [1] Complete the Ch. 19 HW. Click on Restricted Access above to get the HW sheet and the Answer Key to check your work.  [2] Read over Ch. 20.

FRI: [1] Quiz on Ch. 19. Upload in Bb Week 3 folder.  [2] Complete the Ch. 20 HW. Click on Restricted Access above to get the HW sheet and the Answer Key to check your work. (Note: if we have not finished covering Ch. 20 material in class by end of Wed, then Fri you will only complete the Parsing exercises.)

Due Mon, Wed, & Fri, Jan 25, 27 & 29:

MON: [1] Complete the Ch. 18 PARSING HW only (the translations will be for Wed). Click on Restricted Access above to get the HW sheet and the Answer Key to check your work.   [2] Read over Ch. 18 if you have not.

WED: [1] Complete the rest of the Ch. 18 workbook HW. [2] Read Ch. 19 in preparation for lecture.

FRI: [1] Quiz on Lesson 18. [2] Complete all HW for Ch. 19.   [1] Complete the rest of the Ch. 18 workbook HW. [2] Read Ch. 19 in preparation for lecture.

Ch. 18 quiz will be next Mon! 

Due Wed & Fri, Jan 20 & 22:

WED: [1] Print out and bring Syllabus to first meeting to discuss course requirements. [2]  Print Ch. 18 textbook materials to take notes on.

FRI: [1] Read Ch. 18 in textbook. [2] Bring Ch. 18 textbook materials to take notes on during lecture.

*****FALL 2020*****

NOTE: Due to the nature of our hybrid/remote learning dynamics, I’ve moved all assignment announcements to the “Weekly” module folders under “Course Content” in Blackboard (Bb). There, I provide links to course materials that I house here, but I won’t be updating *this* page like I normally would have in the past. Look for what’s due each week inside those Bb weekly folders.

Due Monday, Aug 24: In preparation for our first class meeting, do the following BEFORE class on Monday:

[1] Print and/or download the syllabus and bring to class so that we can discuss and take down notes on it.

[2] Read and study Greek textbook chapters 1-3.

Promoting the study of Biblical Hebrew, Biblical Aramaic, and Hellenistic Greek

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