Hebrew Cross Reference – May 2009 [This is a cross-reference guide from Williams’ Syntax 3rd Ed. to the reference grammars Arnold-Choi, Joüon, GKC, van der Merwe, and Waltke-O’Connor.]
COURSE ASSIGNMENTS: Note that the assignments are set up with the earliest assignments at the bottom of the page, and the most recent ones at the top.
Due Monday/Wednesday/Friday, Oct 7, 9 &11:
 Mon: Wrap up discussion of Hagg 1:13-15 (Veronica leading).  Mon/Wed: Discuss Hagg 2:1-3.
Due Monday/Wednesday/Friday, Sept 30, Oct 2 &4:
 Wrap up discussion of Hagg 1:10-12 (Jonathan leading).  Discuss Hagg 1:13-15 (Veronica leading).
Due Friday, Sept 27:
Prepare to discuss Hagg 1:10-12 (Jonathan leading).
Due Monday/Wednesday, Sept 23 & 25:
 Wrap up discussion of Hagg 1:7-9; discuss Hagg 1:10-12.  DUE WED: Grammar Reading Assignment (Williams or van der Merwe).  Read Verhoef on the sections we cover in Haggai.
Due Wednesday-Friday, Sept 18 & 20:
 Continue reading your Syntax grammar.  DUE WED: Using BHS Worksheet.  Pepare Haggai 1:7-9 and read Verhoef on this section.
Due Monday, Sept 16:
 Reading: Read Verhoef’s NICOT Commentary section on Hagg 1:4-6; also be reading through the “Introduction” to Haggai.
 Written Assignment: Hagg 1:4-6. Translate the passage; Analyze the forms and the syntax of the verses. [Note: we will finish 1:2-3 and begin the 4-6 section.]
 Remember: BHS Worsheet is due Wed, Sept 18.
Due Friday, Sept 13:
In class on Friday, we will be going over Haggai 1:1-3. Here is what I want you to do:
 Reading: Read Verhoef’s NICOT Commentary section on Hagg 1:1-3; also be reading through the “Introduction” to Haggai.
 Written Assignment: Hagg 1:1-3 Translate the passage; Analyze the forms and the syntax of the verses.
 Please use the Parsing Sheets I’ve provided in “Restricted Access” and bring those to class as the basis for our discussion of forms and grammar.
NOTE WELL: When you’re completing these assignments, you should have several reference works *opened* and being consulted–Van Pelt/Pratico or Ross (depending on which intro grammar you used), Waltke-O’Connor (W-OC), Willams’ Hebrew Syntax (edited by Beckman), and one of the Hebrew lexicons: Holladay, HALOT, or BDB. If you have any of the other more advanced grammars (Jouon, GKC, Arnold/Choi, van der Merwe), by all means use them! First-time readers: your purpose in this initial reading course is to get into using the basic-intermediate tools with knowledge and skill.
Due Monday & Wednesday, Sept 9/11:
 Continue reading your Syntax grammar.  Begin work on the Using BHS Worksheet.  Textual criticism lecture on Mon/Wed.  We will begin Haggai 1:1-3 on Friday. Begin preparing.
Due Friday, Sept 6:
Due Wednesday, Sept 4:
 Complete Practice Sheet #2 if it’s not finished.  Complete this worksheet on Genesis 3 in preparation for having some Hebrew examples to diagram: Practice Sentences from Gen 3.  Continue reading & studying Grassmick, pp. 91-103 in preparation for our Line Diagramming unit (see the file folder on reserve in the Library).