Catalog of Abilene Christian College, 1920-1921 Page: 54
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54 ABILENE CHRISTIAN COLLEGE
Exercises in rendering English into Hebrew are required throughout
the term and the year. Details of the language and the vocabulary
are emphasized. The first term of Hebrew covers one hundred pages
in the Method and Manual, or the first two chapters of Genesis. The
Inductive method is followed. Kittell's text of the Hebrew Bible
323.-This term continues the work of Hebrew 313. The Method
and Manual is finished. The student covers chapters three to eight
of Genesis in this term. The details are mastered.
333.-Reading of Genesis 10 to 24. Vocabulary is perfected. Forms
are reviewed. Grammar work continues. Lexicon is used in some
special studies from the text. The art of writing a thorough exegesis
343.-A thorough review of vocabulary and grammar. Readings
are from some of the historical books. Translations from English
into Hebrew. To graduate from this quarter one must have read the
whole of Genesis.
353.-Hebrew Syntax is taken up from Harper's Syntax. The reading
is from some of the prophets. Two papers of exegesis a month
363.--This term is on advanced grammar and further exegetical
work. Some discussion will be had on textual problems. The work
will be based on reading in the Psalms selected for study. To graduate
from this advanced course a hundred pages parallel readings will be
V. Department of Modern Languages
115.-Beginners' Course. Reading, conversation, grammar. Correct
pronunciation required from the first; vocabulary. idioms, and
graminar fixed in memory by extensive use of French conversation,
. :. .thus-producing a living language and not a mere book-language. Reading
of the short stories, novels, and plays that best portray French
life, customs, and ideals. Frequent oral reproduction in French.
125.-Continuation of course 115.
135.-Continuation of course 125.
215.-French Masterpieces. Study of the best French drama,
novels, poetry. French composition and oral reproduction in French.
Conducted largely in French.
225.-Continuation of course 215.
235.-Continuation of course 225.
315.-Survey of French Literature. Representative selections from
the Chanson de Roland down through the nineteenth century. Conducted
almost entirely in French, including French class reports and
lectures. As handbook, Fortier's Histoire de la Literature Francaise,
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