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Greek Teaching:

  1. Revision: The vowel (Read aloud together / read to one another).
  2. Contrast: Classical, Koine, Modern Greek (The vowels and the names of the alphabets.)
  3. Lesson 3: luw
  4. Classroom Exercise: some
  5. Vocabulary: Some jokes and your contribution. (Participation) // Teach some actions and hints to memorize; but the students MUST contribute one to the class.
  6. Vocabulary: Study small groups.
  7. Internet Site publicized now:
  8. Multimedia: CD (pronunciation; interactive?)
  9. Other teaching methods: The Grammar-Translation Approach (drills)
  10. The Direct Approach: (c.f. French): Culture related stuff.
  11. The Reading Approach: reading ability + historical knowledge of the country.
  12. The Audio-lingual Approach: dialogue (new material) à repetitive drills.
  13. Community Language Learning: Client: English à Counselor: Foreign à Client: Foreign (Public try.)
  14. The Silent Approach:
  15. Functional-notional Approach:
  16. Total Physical Response: Use this method to drill the luw in the class.
  17. The English derivatives Approach:
  18. Funful: Cartoon / Laughter
  19. Reading the Greek Text directly. John 1
  20. Music:

Lesson 3 Vocabulary: Greek & English

ther·a·peu·tic ( P ) Pronunciation Key (thr-pytk) also ther·a·peu·ti·cal (-t-kl)

adj. Having or exhibiting healing powers: a therapeutic agent; therapeutic exercises.

Of or relating to therapeutics. [Greek: qerapeuw ; therapeuo]

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[New Latin therapeuticus, from Greek therapeutikos, from therapeuts, one who administers, from therapeuein, to serve, administer treatment, from theraps, therap-, attendant. See therapy.]

thera·peuti·cal·ly adv. // thera·peuti·cal adj. // thera·py noun.

co·mes·ti·ble ( P ) Pronunciation Key (k-mst-bl)

adj. Fit to be eaten; edible.

n. Something that can be eaten as food: meat, cheese, and other comestibles.

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[French, from Old French, from Late Latin comstibilis, from Latin comstus, alteration (influenced by ptus, drunk), of comsus, past participle of comedere, to eat up com-, intensive pref.; see com- + edere, to eat; see ed- in Indo-European Roots.]

 

ech·o ( P ) Pronunciation Key (k)

n. pl. ech·oes

  1. Repetition of a sound by reflection of sound waves from a surface.
  2. The sound produced in this manner.
  3. A repetition or an imitation: a fashion that is an echo of an earlier style.
  4. A remnant or vestige: found echoes of past civilizations while examining artifacts in the Middle East.
  5. One who imitates another, as in opinions, speech, or dress.

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[Middle English, from Old French, from Latin echo, from Greek ekho. (long e, o)]

crit·ic ( P ) Pronunciation Key (krtk)

n.

One who forms and expresses judgments of the merits, faults, value, or truth of a matter.

One who specializes especially professionally in the evaluation and appreciation of literary or artistic works: a film critic; a dance critic.

One who tends to make harsh or carping judgments; a faultfinder.

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[Latin criticus, from Greek kritikos, able to discern, from krits, judge, from krnein, to separate, judge. See krei- in Indo-European Roots.]

 

  1. En : in, (Note hen = one)
  2. arche: beginning: No article! Arche à head / rule/ monarch, monarchy
  3. hn, (en): Was, verb to be in imperfect tense (Past / continuous sense.)
  4. kai (kai): and, this is general used in John.
  5. ho logos: The Word (The root meaning from lego, “say”; eulogew à eulogy
  6. pro" with the acc. usually means 'in the presence of’, with.
  7. ton theon: object form of God (theos). With article: means “the God”.
  8. qeo" hjn oJ logo" Theos: Subject form of God. (Here is without article!) Special usage: without article can imply attributes or characteristics. Here it can mean “divinity.” There is a heresy using this as a support. Christ only has divinity, but not the ONLY God Himself. Barrett has said, "qeo" being without the article is predicative and describes the nature of the Word. The absence of the article indicates that the Word is God but is not the only being of whom this is true... John intends that the whole of his gospel shall be read in the light of this verse. The deeds and words of Jesus are the deeds and words of God."

houtos, This one