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Introductory Hebrew 2 6OT502

Course Syllabus

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PSALM 150:1 · · PURPOSE:

o To glorify God and enjoy Him! (1 CORINTHIANS 10:31)

GOALS:

1. 2. 3. 4. To enhance your personal devotions in the Holy Scriptures from their original languages To enable you to read and translate from portions of the Hebrew Old Testament To aid in your preparations of the teaching ministry of the Holy Scriptures To enable you to follow comments regarding the Hebrew language made in sermons, Bible Studies, etc.

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TEXTBOOK:

Beginning Biblical Hebrew. Mark Futato. Winona Lake, Indiana: Eisenbrauns. 2003. Our goal is the finish the grammar. o Biblical Hebrew Vocabulary Cards. Raymond B. Dillard. Visual Education Associates: Springfield. 1981. This is not a requirement, but I will ask that you demonstrate some way in which you plan to keep up with the vocabulary. Instead of these cards, you are free to make your own set of cards. Refer to handout for additional Hebrew tools and resources. The given list will NOT be required for this class, but they are tools with which you need to be familiar. You will need these tools in future works in Biblical Hebrew.

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REQUIREMENTS:

o Attendance: You are required to attend each class. If you know you cannot make it to a class session, notify me in advance. Homework: You are accountable for your homework on a regular basis. Full credit for homework completed on time. Doing the whole assignment. Corrections with the key. Partial credit for incomplete or late homework. Doing part of the assignment Not making corrections with the key. No credit for work not done.

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Syllabus

Introductory Hebrew 6OT502, Pg. 1 of 3

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Quizzes: Each class will begin with a short quiz (20 quizzes total for the semester). Material on these quizzes will cover only what is discussed in class. Vocabulary will be cumulative and taken only from the lessons covered. Exams: There is only one exam, which will be a cumulative the final. The questions on these exams will be similar to the exercises from the homework. Exam Date: March 2 100 points Total Grade: Grades will be based on the total of points from above. Homework = 100 points Quizzes = 100 points Exam = 100 points TOTAL = 300 points

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STRUCTURE OF EACH CLASS MEETING

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6:00pm 6:10pm 6:20pm 7:00pm 7:10pm to to to to to 6:10pm 6:20pm 7:00pm 7:10pm 7:30pm

Quiz Correct/Discuss Quiz Go over homework Break Discuss new lesson & material

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INFORMATION ON PETER LEE

Address: Home #: Office #: Email: 6414 Allview Dr. Columbia, MD 21046 (410) 884-4419 (410) 730-6004 [email protected]

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Introductory Hebrew 6OT502, Pg. 2 of 3

Introductory Hebrew 2 6OT502

RESOURCES FOR BIBLICAL HEBREW

1. Biblical Hebrew Vocabulary Cards. Raymond B. Dillard. Visual Education Associates: Springfield. 1981. 2. Pocket Paradigms. Mark Fututo (self-published)

HEBREW BIBLE: o Biblia Hebraica Stuttgartensia (BHS). K. Elliger and W. Rudolph. Deutshe Bibelgesellschaft: Stuttgart. 1980. HEBREW DICTIONARIES: o Brown-Driver-Briggs Hebrew and English Lexicon. Hendrickson Publishers: Boston. 1906. o The Hebrew and Aramaic Lexicon of the Old Testament: Volumes 1 & 2. Ludwig Koehler and Walter Baumgartner. Leiden: Brill. 2001 OTHER HEBREW GRAMMARS: o A Grammar of Biblical Hebrew: Volumes 1 & 2. Paul Jouon, translated by T. Muraoka. Rome: Pontifical Biblical Institute. 1993. o An Introduction to Biblical Hebrew. Bruce Waltkie, Michael O'Connor. Winona Lake, Indiana: Eisenbrauns. 1990. OTHER HEBREW RESOURCES: o Old Testament Parsing Guide: Volumes 1 & 2. Todd Beall, William Banks. Moody Press: Chicago. 1986. o Old Testament Textual Criticism. Ellis R. Brotzman. Baker Books: Grand Rapids. 1994.

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Introductory Hebrew 6OT502, Pg. 3 of 3

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