Greek 201 Fall 2016
Dr. Edwin Carawan
Office Hours: 2pm MWF; 1 pm TTh
115 Siceluff, ph: 836-4831
Texts and Materials: Balme & Lawall, Athenaze 2 (Oxford 2003) vol. II. You should also have Liddell & Scott, An Intermediate Greek-English Lexicon. Additional readings and exercises will be provided in handout and online.
This material should present accurately in any Unicode extended font that has the full set of Greek characters, such as Palatino Linotype (Windows), Times for Mac, Lucida Grande, or (esp. recommended) Gentium.
Audio files are provided in mp3 format and may be copied.
Objectives and Requirements:
This course is the third step toward a basic reading knowledge of classical and koine Greek. We begin with a review of essential vocabulary and grammar from previous semesters, and then move on to more complex constructions--subjunctives, indirect statement, etc. After Quiz 2 we will pick up the pace of the grammar survey and dispense with some of the regular readings in Athenaze, in order to read more excerpts from New Testament and historical narratives (esp. Josephus).
Keep up your practice in pronunciation, reading and responding aloud in Greek. Try to master the reading passages for clear and accurate translation; but don't be stumped by the odd word or phrase--Read On!
The course grade will be an average of (4) quizzes (50%), homework and in-class exercises (25%), and Final Exam (25%)
Cooperative learning and integrity. You are encouraged to study together, but homework must be your own work: any evidence of copied homework will be treated as plagiarism. Any academic dishonesty will be subject to sanctions (as listed in Student Academic Integrity, p.4) proportionate to the value of the work. See also the general Policy Statement.
Special considerations: We strongly support University policies to accommodate students with disabilities and to prevent or remedy discrimination of any kind. If you have a concern or special need, please advise the instructor. In regard to disabilities, you may also contact Disability Services (836-4192) http://www.missouristate.edu/disability; regarding discrimination, the Equal Opportunity Officer (836-4252) or go to http://www.missouristate.edu/human/eoaa.htm.
Thorough preparation and active participation is absolutely essential.
Aug. 22. . . Χαίρετε! Review. Have a look at the final. Pompey takes Jerusalem
principal parts ex.?
Review grammar in ch. 18a, pp. 20-2, with ex. 18b; then study grammar ch. 19b, pp.49-51, & do exx. 19ε-ζ (atp)
Sept. 2 ... Homework (handin): ex. 20γ . +
Read ὁ Νόστος (20γ) pp. 56-7. (atp)
Sept. 7... Study pp. 64-8, and do exx. 20ζ-η.
Sept. 9 . . . Quiz 1
(focusing on Grammar Review, with sentences from Ath. 18α-β & 20γ, passages in Red above)
Sept. 12-16 . . . Athenaze II Ch. 21:
Sept.12 ... 1) Study vocab and grammar, pp.75-9;
(2) ex.21β ... (3) read from Matt.26 with attn to subjunctives.
Sept. 14.. Written hand-in: ex. 21γ 5-10 & 21δ: 1-4...
Cont. Matt.26 atp.
Sept. 16 ... (1) Study grammar ch.21b; (2) begin reading passage 21a-b
Sept. 19 ... Exx. 21η-θ; cont. passage 21b.
Sept. 21 ... Study subjunctive clauses pp. 92-6.
Read 22a, p. 91. ... Subjunctive Practice from 21b.
Sept. 23 ...Exercise 22γ (p. 97) hand-in (1-6, 9-10, both versions). Cont. reading, 22a
Sept. 28-30 ... Finish reading 22a-b. Study pp. 102-3 indirect questions ( ex. 22d, 4-10 atp). [Matt. 26.47ff., atp]
Oct. 3 ... Read 'ΝΟΣΟΣ' (p.104); do ex. ε 1-3. Review and Practice Quiz
Wed. Oct. 5 . . . Quiz 2
Oct. 7 ... Ath. ch. 23a: indirect statement: study vocab. p.106 and grammar p. 108-11; ex. 23a (all) and 23b. 1- 5.
Oct. 10 ... Ch. 23b study grammar pp. 116-19; exx. 23δ-ε. Read passage Περικλῆς, p. 120-1, with ex. 23 ζ.(atp)
Oct. 14 ...Ch. 24a study vocab (p. 124) & grammar (126-8) Practice w/ exx. 24a-g
Oct. 19... (1) Study 24b, vocab & grammar pp. 134-5
(2) read 'Herodotus introduces history' pp. 136-7;
(3) Hesiod on the Ages, p. 138 (atp)
Oct. 24 . . . Quiz 3
Oct. 26 . . . Ath. ch. 25a: Study the vocab and grammar for the Optative, pp.142-6; (2 patterns for optative endings--what difference?) Short cut to the optative.
Then try your hand at exx. 25α, β, δ (pp.143--7)
Oct. 28 ... Practice with Optative.
Examples of Optative in Luke
More (interesting) Optative in Luke (including Paul and the Unknown God)
Oct. 31 ... Read passage 25a p. 141 (Croesus), w ex. 25ε for in-class exercise.
Nov. 2 ... Read 25β, p.150-1,.Study Sneaky Optatives, begin exx. 25 θ& ι
Nov. 4 ... (1) Ex 25ι, 2-10 written hand-in. (2) 'Solon angers Croesus' (p. 157 ).
Nov. 7-16 ... Continue with the story of Croesus, Ath. ch. 26; practice with optative.
Nov. 7 ...Study Conditions, pp. 162-4, and read Ath 26α (p. 161)
Nov. 9 ... Ex. 26β 2-10, written hand-in ... Synopsis-δείκνυμι
Nov. 11 ...Ath 26β: study pp.171-2; cont.with 'Croesus' (168-70)
Nov. 14 ... Ex. 26γ, 'Ἄδρηστος ἑαυτὸν σφάζει' (pp. 174-5)
Nov. 16 ... Review and Prep for Quiz 4
Nov. 18 . . . Quiz 4 .......Translation from ' Croesus'
plus synopsis w/ subjunctive and optative)
[[Nov. 21-25, Thanksgiving Holiday]]
Nov. 28 ... Ath. ch. 27a: study grammar, pp. 183-8, summary of Perfect Middle, and begin, 'Croesus against Cyrus...' (+ p.179)
Nov. 30 ... Exx. 27b-e (optional hand-in, 27d-e); cont. 'Croesus...'
Dec. 2 .... Ath. ch. 27.b Study pp. 196-9; exx. 27θ-ι; cont. 'Croesus...'
Dec. 5 ... Exx. 27κ-λ hand-in; (atp) finish 'Croesus against Cyrus' (pp. 194-5).
Dec. 7 ...Start with Verb review on Final Guide (below) left column and one synopsis. Read from John 11, pp. 177-8.
Final Exam ... Monday, Dec. 12, 11am or as arranged