INTERMEDIATE GREEK
CL 201
FALL SEMESTER 2012
PURPOSE:
The purpose of this course is to continue the review of Greek grammar and syntax that we began last semester as well as to read some Greek prose. We will focus first on the New Testament then on the history of Herodotus, as well as some of the scholarship that surrounds them. We will continue work to develop your skill at reading Greek literature with accuracy, speed and pleasure.
TEXTS:
The Greek New Testament (UBS, 1990)

Nagy, Blaise, ed., Herodotus Reader (Focus Press 2011)

Professor George
87 Alumni Hall
641-7069
Office Hours:8:30-9:30 MWF
dgeorge@anselm.edu
GRADING:
Participation 15% Mid-term 25%Paper 25%Final 35%

SCHEDULE OF CLASSES
Monday Wednesday Friday

August 29-September 2

 Introduction
Matt. 5: 1-5
Matt. 5: 6-12
Sept. 9-15
Matt. 22: 15-22
Luke 20: 20-26
Matt. 18: 10-14
Matt. 21: 28-32
Luke 2.1-38
Sept 16-22
Lk. 9:28-35; Lk. 23:1-25
Lk. 24:1-12
Jn. 7:53-8:1; Jn. 8:2-11
Sept. 23-30
Mark 16
Jn. 7:53-8:1; Jn. 8:48-59
No Class
Oct. 3-7
Jn. 14:1-14
Ac. 1:1-11; Ac. 5:1-11
Ac.17:16-32
Oct. 10-14
Ac. 25:13-27
Test
TLG
Oct. 17-21
Fall Recess Ro. 1:1-17 2 Pe. 1:1-21
Oct. 25-28
1Jn. 1:1-10, 2 Jn. Titus Re. 1:9-19; Re. 19:11-21
Oct. 31-Nov. 1
Titus
Re. 1:9-19; Re. 19:11-21
Introduction to Herodotus
Nov. 7-11
Herodotus 2
Herodotus 3
Herodotus 5
Nov. 14-18
Herodotus 6
Herodotus 7
Herodotus 8
Nov.21-25
Herodotus 10
Herodotus 31
Herodotus 33
Nov. 28-Dec. 2
Herodotus 34
Thanksgiving Break
Thanksgiving Break
Dec 5-9
Herodotus 153
Herodotus154
Herodotus 209
Tuesday, December 13
FINAL
 

Final, Tuesday, December 10, 2012 9AM