Greek I & II Fall 2021 and Spring 2022 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 2021 (coming soon)

Textbook: See Dr. M for access to unpublished materials for the course.

Dr. Marshall’s Course Handouts: Here

Course Textbook & Workbook (with Homework Key): in Restricted Access (for enrolled students only)

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

Restricted Access (only for those enrolled in class)

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Materials related to Mounce’s grammar called Basics of Biblical Greek (3rd ed): (I have taught this material in the past, and you may find it helpful.)

Assignments for Each Chapter of Mounce (BBG)

Mounce (BBG) Audio Files

Mounce’s Online Greek Course Resources

Dr. Marshall’s Course Handouts (based on Basics of Biblical Greek): Here

Dr. Marshall’s Mounce Chapter Lectures (based on Basics of Biblical Greek): Click here (this is a youtube playlist)

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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 25:

[1] Complete the quiz on Ch. 11. Bring to class with you.

[2] Read Chs 12 & 13 in preparation for lectures.

[3] Complete the Vocab Quiz on Ch. 12.

Due Monday, Oct 18:

[1] Complete the quiz on Ch. 10. Bring to class with you.

[2] Complete Workbook assignment for Ch 11.

[3] Read Chs 12 & 13 in preparation for lectures.

Due Monday, Oct 11: (No class meeting Oct 4)

[1] Complete the quizzes on Ch. 8 & Ch. 9 (I emailed these to you.). Bring them to class with you.

[2] Listen to Dr. M’s lesson overview of Ch. 10.

[3] Complete Workbook assignment for Ch 10.

Due Monday, Sept 27:

[1] Read and study the textbook Chs. 10 & 11 in preparation for lectures.

[2] Complete Workbook assignment for Chs 8 & 9.

[3] No quizzes this week!

Due Monday, Sept 20:

[1] Read and study the textbook Chs. 8 & 9 in preparation for lectures.

[2]  Complete the quizzes on Ch. 6 & Ch. 7 (I emailed these to you.). Bring them to class with you.

[3] Bring your quizzes and HW from last week, since you were not able to turn those in due to our online Zoom session.

Due Monday, Sept 13:

[1] Read and study the textbook Chs. 6 & 7. Watch Dr. M’s video overview of Chs. 6 & 7. (Get the link in Canvas.)

[2]  Complete Workbook assignment for Chs 6 & 7.

[3] Complete the quizzes on Ch. 3 & 4 (I passed these out last class session, but please contact me if you don’t have them). Bring them to class with you.

Due Monday, Sept 6: NO CLASS (Labor Day holiday)

Due Monday, Aug 30:

[1] Read and study the textbook Chs. 4 & 5. Watch Dr. M’s video overview of Chs. 4 & 5. (Get the link in Canvas.)

[2]  Complete Workbook assignment for Ch 4.  (In class we will also complete a Ch. 5 Drill Sheet together to practice that material.)

[3] Complete the two quizzes on Ch. 2 (the alphabet quiz, and the grammar quiz for the rest of ch. 2). Bring them to class with you.

Due Monday, Aug 23: 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 textbook chapters 1-3 (as well as the introductory material in the textbook).

[2]  Complete Workbook assignments for Chapters 2 and 3. (Also work on memorizing vocab words for Ch. 3.)

[3] 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.

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

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