Greek I & II Fall 2018 and Spring 2019 Reformed Theological Seminary-Houston

This academic year I’m teaching Elementary Greek at Reformed Theological Seminary in Houston, TX.  Here are some links to the materials that we’re using for the course.

Syllabus:

ELEM GREEK Syllabus Fall 2018 (coming soon)

Assignments for Each Chapter of Mounce (BBG)

Mounce Workbook Homework Key for 3rd ed.: Here (offsite at Mounce’s Teknia website)

Mounce (BBG) Audio Files

Mounce’s Online Greek Course Resources

Dr. Marshall’s Course Handouts: Here

Dr. Marshall’s Mounce Chapter Lectures : Click here (this is a youtube playlist)

Restricted Access (only for those enrolled in class)

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

Due Monday, Oct 22:

[1] Complete the Ch. 10 Quiz and bring to class on Monday.  [2] Complete all requirements for Mounce Chapters 11-12 and be prepared to discuss HW (see link above for Assignments for Each Lesson of Mounce; listen to Mounce Chapter Overviews here).

Due Monday, Oct 15:

[1] Complete the Ch. 9 Quiz and bring to class on Monday.  [2] Complete all requirements for Mounce Chapters 10-11 and be prepared to discuss HW (see link above for Assignments for Each Lesson of Mounce; listen to Mounce Chapter Overviews here).

Due Monday, Oct 8:

[1] Complete the Ch. 8 Quiz and bring to class on Monday.  [2] Complete all requirements for Mounce Chapters 9-10 and be prepared to discuss HW (see link above for Assignments for Each Lesson of Mounce; listen to Mounce Chapter Overviews here).

Due Monday, Oct 1:

[1] Complete the Ch. 7 Quiz and bring to class on Monday.  [2] Complete all requirements for Mounce Chapters 8-9 and be prepared to discuss HW (see link above for Assignments for Each Lesson of Mounce; listen to Mounce Chapter Overviews here).

Due Monday, Sept 24:

[1] Complete the Ch. 6 Quiz and bring to class on Monday.  [2] Complete all requirements for Mounce Chapters 7-8 and be prepared to discuss HW (see link above for Assignments for Each Lesson of Mounce; listen to Mounce Chapter Overviews here).

Due Monday, Sept 17:

[1] Complete the Ch. 3 Quizzes (alphabet quiz and quiz on other features of Ch 3) and the Ch. 4 quiz and bring them to class on Monday.  [2] Complete all requirements for Mounce Chapters 5-7 and be prepared to discuss HW (see link above for Assignments for Each Lesson of Mounce; listen to Mounce Chapter Overviews here).

NOTE: Below is a Song to use to memorize the case endings of the 1st and 2nd Declension (learned in Chs.6-7). One of my Greek classes (at The Bible Seminary) sang this to the tune of “Jesus Loves the Little Children”; play this over and over, sing along with it, and you will learn the case endings!  To follow along, you need to have this chart open in front of you; write these case endings down as you sing the song to yourself: https://biblicallanguages.files.wordpress.com/2009/05/all-case-endings-1st-and-2nd-decl1.pdf

Due Monday, Sept 10: In preparation for our first 3-hour class meeting, there is an assignment for you to complete BEFORE class on Monday:

[1] Read and study the Mounce textbook chapters 1-4.

[2]  Listen to/watch the Mounce “Chapter Overviews” for Lessons 3-4.  Here are the link to listen Mounce’s chapter overviews (as well as other neat stuff on the chapters); just click on the chapter you want to study:

http://www.teknia.com/newtestamentgreek1/

Note: Mounce also has a set of “full lectures” (as opposed to “chapter overviews”) available for purchase; he has made the lectures for Chs. 1-5 available at the link above for free. You’re welcome to listen to those, too, but it will cost money to listen beyond Ch. 5.

[3]  Complete all requirements for Mounce Chapters 3 and 4 (see link above for Assignments for Each Lesson of Mounce; scroll down to Chapters 3 & 4 and memorize/complete all that is required for that chapter).

[4] Memorize the Greek alphabet–the Greek letters, the name of the Greek letters, and the English transliteration of the Greek letters.  Your first quiz will be at the end of class on Monday over the Greek alphabet.  In order to help you learn the alphabet, please use my two handouts called Greek Alphabet and Greek Alphabet Practice Sheet.