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Cultural Lit II

Level 2 Cultural Worldview Literature

Teacher:  Joni Lukavich

Email:  jonilukavich@questforeducationandarts.com

Phone:  (520)870-5786

BOOKLIST         SYLLABUS

Week 28 – April 25, 2017

The Witch of Blackbird Pond 2 Slideshow

Reading Homework

·         none

Supplemental Readings

·         WORDS OF DELIGHT

o   none

Engrade Homework

·         none

Memory Homework

·         none

Written Homework

Complete the Blank Plot Diagram for The Witch of Blackbird Pond.





Week 27 – April 18, 2017

The Witch of Blackbird Pond 1 Slideshow 

Reading Homework

·         The Witch of Blackbird Pond

o   all

Supplemental Readings

·         WORDS OF DELIGHT

o   none

Engrade Homework

·         none

Memory Homework

·         none

Written Homework

Begin a Blank Plot Diagram for The Witch of Blackbird Pond.

We will complete this, and answer any questions next week in class.  Bring your plot diagram to class!

Week 26 – April 11, 2017

The Canterbury Tales Slideshow

Reading Homework

·         The Canterbury Tales

o   The Prologue

o   The Knight’s Tale

o   The Nun’s Priest Tale

o   Extra Credit:  The Wife of Bath’s Tale

·         Electronic copy of The Canterbury Tales.

o   http://academic.brooklyn.cuny.edu/webcore/murphy/canterbury/

·         List of vocabulary words from The Canterbury Tales, to help you with comprehension.

o   https://www.vocabulary.com/lists/25201#view=notes

Supplemental Readings

·         WORDS OF DELIGHT

o   none

Engrade Homework

·         none

Memory Homework

·         none

Written Homework

Complete the following chart for The Nun’s Priest Tale.  The Knight’s Tale has been completed for you, as an example.  For 15 points extra credit, complete the chart for The Wife of Bath’s Tale.

TALES      

Knight’s Tale

The Nun’s Priest Tale

EXTRA CREDIT 15 points The Wife of Bath’s Tale 

TYPE OF STORY      

Courtly Romance

Comic Fable, Fableaux

Exemplum (story with a moral point)

MORAL OF THE TALE  

Man’s foolish complaints and attempts to manipulate “fate”

WHAT’S BIBLICAL ABOUT THE TALE

The Providence of God is in control of all things and is good.

WHAT’S UNBIBLICAL ABOUT THE TALE

Confusion of Jupiter with the Triune God of Scripture.

Week 25 – April 4, 2017

The Merry Adventures of Robin Hood 2 Slideshow 

Reading Homework

·         The Merry Adventures of Robin Hood

o   Parts IV-VIII

o   Epilogue

Supplemental Readings

·         WORDS OF DELIGHT

o   none

Engrade Homework

·         none

Memory Homework

·         none

Written Homework

·         Answer the following questions in complete sentences.

1.       What reason does Allan a Dale have to be melancholy?  IV.1

2.       Why does Robin need to find the Curtal Friar of Fountain Abbey?  IV.1

3.       After Robin takes his dunking from the Friar, what two things does Robin notice about him that don’t quite seem hermit-like?  IV.2

4.       What deal does Robin make with the Bishop before the wedding begins?  How does the Bishop pay for his wager?  IV.3

5.       What is Sir Richard of Lea’s predicament?  V.1

6.       Robin attempts to cancel Sir Richard’s debt and allow him to keep the money as a gift.  Why doesn’t he?  V.2

7.       When the two friars tell Little John they have no money, Little John urges them to pray to Saint Dunstan.  What happens when they do?  VI.1

8.       When Robin approaches the four beggars, what is funny about the description of them realizing that someone is coming?  VI.2

9.       What are the terms of the agreement between Queen Eleanor and King Henry at the archery match in Finsbury Fields?  VII.1

10.   How does the Bishop convince King Henry to break his promise of a forty-day pardon to Robin and his men?  What does Sir Robert Lee do when he does?  VII.2

Week 24 – March 28, 2017

The Merry Adventures of Robin Hood 1 Slideshow

Reading Homework

·         The Merry Adventures of Robin Hood

o   Prologue

o   Parts I-III

Supplemental Readings

·         WORDS OF DELIGHT

o   none

Engrade Homework

·         none

Memory Homework

·         none

Written Homework

·         Answer the following questions in complete sentences.

1.       What does Robin do to fall afoul of the law?  Prologue

2.       How does Robin avoid being arrested by the Tinker?  I.1

3.       Why does the Sheriff of Nottingham decide to hold a shooting match?  I.2

4.       What does the Sheriff decide after Will Stutely’s rescue?  Why does he decide this?  I.3

5.       What reason does Robin give for taking the Sheriff’s money after the feast?  II.1

6.       Why is Robin reluctant to let Little John go to the Fair in Nottingham?  II.2

7.       Previously, Robin gave a rationale for robbing the Sheriff of a large sum of money, but when Little John steals the Sheriff’s silver, Robin makes him give it back.  Why?  What is Robin’s rationale behind stealing?  II.3

8.       Why does Robin want to watch Little John take a “drubbing” from Arthur a Bland?  III.1

9.       What does Robin find out about the stranger in scarlet that surprises him?  III.2

10.   What is Robin’s plan to trick the Miller?  How does it go wrong? III.3

11.   What sorts of events are repeated throughout these last three chapters?  III.1-3

Week 23 – March 21, 2017

Sir Gawain and the Green Knight Slideshow

 Reading Homework

·         Sir Gawain and the Green Knight

o   all

Supplemental Readings

·         WORDS OF DELIGHT

o   none

Engrade Homework

·         none

Memory Homework

·         none

Written Homework

·         none

Week 22 – March 14, 2017

Return of the King 3 Slideshow

Reading Homework

·         Return of the King

o   Appendices and Indexes

Supplemental Readings

·         WORDS OF DELIGHT

o   none

Engrade Homework

·         Week 22 Return of the King quiz.

Memory Homework

·         none

Written Homework

·         The characters in the Races and Characters of Middle-Earth chart have been divided into the races that populate Middle-Earth.  As you encounter the different races and characters in The Fellowship of the Ring, fill in the chart.  We will revisit this chart at the end of The Return of the King, and compare the development of these characters.  For extra credit choose two additional characters and fill in the four blanks at the end of the chart for those characters.  You may use additional paper if needed.

·         This completed chart is due on March 21, 1017.

·         Choose 3 main characters from The Lord of the Rings trilogy.  Complete a separate Blank Plot Diagram for each one.

·         These will be due March 21, 2017.

Week 21 – March 7, 2017

Return of the King 2 Slideshow 

Reading Homework

·         Return of the King

o   Book Six, Chapters I-IX

Supplemental Readings

·         WORDS OF DELIGHT

o   none

Engrade Homework

·         Week 21 Return of the King quiz.

Memory Homework

·         You will be memorizing two poems from The Fellowship of the Ring.

·         These will be due to be recited in class on March 14, 2017.

·         1st Poem

Three Rings for the Elven-kings under the sky,

                Seven for the Dwarf-lords in their halls of stone,

Nine for Mortal Men doomed to die,

                One for the Dark Lord on his dark throne

In the Land of Mordor where the Shadows lie.

                One Ring to rule them all, One Ring to find them,

                One Ring to bring them all and in the darkness bind them

In the Land of Mordor where the Shadows lie.

·         2nd Poem

All that is gold does not glitter,

                Not all those who wander are lost;

The old that is strong does not wither,

                Deep roots are not reached by the frost.

From the ashes a fire shall be woken,

                A light from the shadows shall spring;

Renewed shall be blade that was broken,

                The crownless again shall be king.

Written Homework

·         The characters in the Races and Characters of Middle-Earth chart have been divided into the races that populate Middle-Earth.  As you encounter the different races and characters in The Fellowship of the Ring, fill in the chart.  We will revisit this chart at the end of The Return of the King, and compare the development of these characters.  For extra credit choose two additional characters and fill in the four blanks at the end of the chart for those characters.  You may use additional paper if needed.

·         This completed chart is due on March 21, 1017.

·         Choose 3 main characters from The Lord of the Rings trilogy.  Complete a separate Blank Plot Diagram for each one.

·         These will be due March 21, 2017.

Week 20 – February 28, 2017

Return of the King 1 Slideshow

Reading Homework

·         Return of the King

o   Book Five, Chapters I-X

Supplemental Readings

·         WORDS OF DELIGHT

o   none

Engrade Homework

·         Week 20 Return of the King quiz.

Memory Homework

·         You will be memorizing two poems from The Fellowship of the Ring.

·         These will be due to be recited in class on March 14, 2017.

·         1st Poem

Three Rings for the Elven-kings under the sky,

                Seven for the Dwarf-lords in their halls of stone,

Nine for Mortal Men doomed to die,

                One for the Dark Lord on his dark throne

In the Land of Mordor where the Shadows lie.

                One Ring to rule them all, One Ring to find them,

                One Ring to bring them all and in the darkness bind them

In the Land of Mordor where the Shadows lie.

·         2nd Poem

All that is gold does not glitter,

                Not all those who wander are lost;

The old that is strong does not wither,

                Deep roots are not reached by the frost.

From the ashes a fire shall be woken,

                A light from the shadows shall spring;

Renewed shall be blade that was broken,

                The crownless again shall be king.

Written Homework

·         Print and complete this The Two Towers test.  Due in class next week, March 7th.  Do not use any notes or book to help you complete this test.

·         Print out and complete both pages of the Godly Leaders Chart.  Due in class next week, March 7, 2017.

·         The characters in the Races and Characters of Middle-Earth chart have been divided into the races that populate Middle-Earth.  As you encounter the different races and characters in The Fellowship of the Ring, fill in the chart.  We will revisit this chart at the end of The Return of the King, and compare the development of these characters.  For extra credit choose two additional characters and fill in the four blanks at the end of the chart for those characters.  You may use additional paper if needed.

·         This completed chart is due on March 21, 1017.

Week 19 – February 14, 2017

The Two Towers 3 Slideshow

Reading Homework

·         The Two Towers

o   Book Four, Chapters IV-X

Supplemental Readings

·         WORDS OF DELIGHT

o   none

Engrade Homework

·         Week 19 Two Towers quiz.

Memory Homework

·         You will be memorizing two poems from The Fellowship of the Ring.

·         These will be due to be recited in class on March 14, 2017.

 

·         1st Poem

Three Rings for the Elven-kings under the sky,

                Seven for the Dwarf-lords in their halls of stone,

Nine for Mortal Men doomed to die,

                One for the Dark Lord on his dark throne

In the Land of Mordor where the Shadows lie.

                One Ring to rule them all, One Ring to find them,

                One Ring to bring them all and in the darkness bind them

In the Land of Mordor where the Shadows lie.

 

·         2nd Poem

All that is gold does not glitter,

                Not all those who wander are lost;

The old that is strong does not wither,

                Deep roots are not reached by the frost.

From the ashes a fire shall be woken,

                A light from the shadows shall spring;

Renewed shall be blade that was broken,

                The crownless again shall be king.

 

Written Homework

·         The characters in the Races and Characters of Middle-Earth chart have been divided into the races that populate Middle-Earth.  As you encounter the different races and characters in The Fellowship of the Ring, fill in the chart.  We will revisit this chart at the end of The Return of the King, and compare the development of these characters.  For extra credit choose two additional characters and fill in the four blanks at the end of the chart for those characters.  You may use additional paper if needed.

·         This completed chart is due on March 21, 1017.

Week 18 – February 7, 2017

The Two Towers 2 Slideshow 

Reading Homework

·         The Two Towers

o   Book Three, Chapters VIII-XI

o   Book Four, Chapters I-III

o   Handout

Supplemental Readings

·         WORDS OF DELIGHT

o   none

Engrade Homework

·         Week 18 Two Towers quiz.

Memory Homework

·         You will be memorizing two poems from The Fellowship of the Ring.

·         These will be due to be recited in class on March 14, 2017.

 

·         1st Poem

Three Rings for the Elven-kings under the sky,

                Seven for the Dwarf-lords in their halls of stone,

Nine for Mortal Men doomed to die,

                One for the Dark Lord on his dark throne

In the Land of Mordor where the Shadows lie.

                One Ring to rule them all, One Ring to find them,

                One Ring to bring them all and in the darkness bind them

In the Land of Mordor where the Shadows lie.

 

·         2nd Poem

All that is gold does not glitter,

                Not all those who wander are lost;

The old that is strong does not wither,

                Deep roots are not reached by the frost.

From the ashes a fire shall be woken,

                A light from the shadows shall spring;

Renewed shall be blade that was broken,

                The crownless again shall be king.

 

Written Homework

·         The characters in the Races and Characters of Middle-Earth chart have been divided into the races that populate Middle-Earth.  As you encounter the different races and characters in The Fellowship of the Ring, fill in the chart.  We will revisit this chart at the end of The Return of the King, and compare the development of these characters.  For extra credit choose two additional characters and fill in the four blanks at the end of the chart for those characters.  You may use additional paper if needed.

·         This completed chart is due on March 21, 1017.

·         Thank you note to Paul Oftedahl, due February 14th.

Week 17 – January 31, 2016

The Two Towers 1 Slideshow 

Reading Homework

·         The Two Towers

o   Book Three, Chapters I-VII

Supplemental Readings

·         WORDS OF DELIGHT

o   none

Engrade Homework

·         Week 17 Two Towers quiz.

Memory Homework

·         You will be memorizing two poems from The Fellowship of the Ring.

·         These will be due to be recited in class on March 14, 2017.

·         1st Poem

Three Rings for the Elven-kings under the sky,

                Seven for the Dwarf-lords in their halls of stone,

Nine for Mortal Men doomed to die,

                One for the Dark Lord on his dark throne

In the Land of Mordor where the Shadows lie.

                One Ring to rule them all, One Ring to find them,

                One Ring to bring them all and in the darkness bind them

In the Land of Mordor where the Shadows lie.

·         2nd Poem

All that is gold does not glitter,

                Not all those who wander are lost;

The old that is strong does not wither,

                Deep roots are not reached by the frost.

From the ashes a fire shall be woken,

                A light from the shadows shall spring;

Renewed shall be blade that was broken,

                The crownless again shall be king.

Written Homework

·         The characters in the Races and Characters of Middle-Earth chart have been divided into the races that populate Middle-Earth.  As you encounter the different races and characters in The Fellowship of the Ring, fill in the chart.  We will revisit this chart at the end of The Return of the King, and compare the development of these characters.  For extra credit choose two additional characters and fill in the four blanks at the end of the chart for those characters.  You may use additional paper if needed.

·         This completed chart is due on March 21, 1017.

Week 16 – January 24, 2016

The Fellowship of the Ring 3 Slideshow

Reading Homework

·         The Fellowship of the Ring

o   Book Two, Chapters III-X

Supplemental Readings

·         WORDS OF DELIGHT

o   none

Engrade Homework

·         Week 16 Fellowship quiz.

Memory Homework

·         You will be memorizing two poems from The Fellowship of the Ring.

·         These will be due to be recited in class on March 14, 2017.

 

·         1st Poem

Three Rings for the Elven-kings under the sky,

                Seven for the Dwarf-lords in their halls of stone,

Nine for Mortal Men doomed to die,

                One for the Dark Lord on his dark throne

In the Land of Mordor where the Shadows lie.

                One Ring to rule them all, One Ring to find them,

                One Ring to bring them all and in the darkness bind them

In the Land of Mordor where the Shadows lie.

 

·         2nd Poem

All that is gold does not glitter,

                Not all those who wander are lost;

The old that is strong does not wither,

                Deep roots are not reached by the frost.

From the ashes a fire shall be woken,

                A light from the shadows shall spring;

Renewed shall be blade that was broken,

                The crownless again shall be king.

Written Homework

·         The characters in the Races and Characters of Middle-Earth chart have been divided into the races that populate Middle-Earth.  As you encounter the different races and characters in The Fellowship of the Ring, fill in the chart.  We will revisit this chart at the end of The Return of the King, and compare the development of these characters.  

For extra credit choose two additional characters and fill in the four blanks at the end of the chart for those characters.  You may use additional paper if needed.

·         This completed chart is due on March 21, 1017.

 

·         Complete a Blank Plot Diagram for The Fellowship of the Ring.

 

Week 15 – January 17, 2016

The Fellowship of the Ring 2 Slideshow

Reading Homework

·         The Fellowship of the Ring

o   Book 1, Chapters IX-XII

o   Book 2, Chapters I-II

Supplemental Readings

·         WORDS OF DELIGHT

o   none

Engrade Homework

·         Week 15 Fellowship quiz.

Memory Homework

·         You will be memorizing two poems from The Fellowship of the Ring.

·         These will be due to be recited in class on March 14, 2017.

 

·         1st Poem

Three Rings for the Elven-kings under the sky,

                Seven for the Dwarf-lords in their halls of stone,

Nine for Mortal Men doomed to die,

                One for the Dark Lord on his dark throne

In the Land of Mordor where the Shadows lie.

                One Ring to rule them all, One Ring to find them,

                One Ring to bring them all and in the darkness bind them

In the Land of Mordor where the Shadows lie.

 

·         2nd Poem

All that is gold does not glitter,

                Not all those who wander are lost;

The old that is strong does not wither,

                Deep roots are not reached by the frost.

From the ashes a fire shall be woken,

                A light from the shadows shall spring;

Renewed shall be blade that was broken,

                The crownless again shall be king.

 

Written Homework

·         The characters in the Races and Characters of Middle-Earth chart have been divided into the races that populate Middle-Earth.  As you encounter the different races and characters in The Fellowship of the Ring, fill in the chart.  We will revisit this chart at the end of The Return of the King, and compare the development of these characters.  For extra credit choose two additional characters and fill in the four blanks at the end of the chart for those characters.  You may use additional paper if needed.

·         This completed chart is due on March 21, 1017.

Week 14 – January 10, 2016

The Fellowship of the Ring 1 Slideshow

Reading Homework

·         The Fellowship of the Ring

o   Prologue

o   Book One, Chapters I-VIII

Supplemental Readings

·         WORDS OF DELIGHT

o   none

Engrade Homework

·         Week 14 Fellowship quiz.

Memory Homework

·         You will be memorizing two poems from The Fellowship of the Ring.

·         These will be due to be recited in class on March 14, 2017.

·         1st Poem

Three Rings for the Elven-kings under the sky,

                Seven for the Dwarf-lords in their halls of stone,

Nine for Mortal Men doomed to die,

                One for the Dark Lord on his dark throne

In the Land of Mordor where the Shadows lie.

                One Ring to rule them all, One Ring to find them,

                One Ring to bring them all and in the darkness bind them

In the Land of Mordor where the Shadows lie.

·         2nd Poem

·         All that is gold does not glitter,

·                 Not all those who wander are lost;

·         The old that is strong does not wither,

·                 Deep roots are not reached by the frost.

·         From the ashes a fire shall be woken,

·                 A light from the shadows shall spring;

·         Renewed shall be blade that was broken,

·                 The crownless again shall be king.

Written Homework

·         none

Week 13 – December 13, 2016

Merry Christmas!

Week 12 – December 6, 2016

The Hobbit 3 Slideshow

Reading Homework

·         The Hobbit

o   Chapters XV-XIX

Supplemental Readings

·         WORDS OF DELIGHT

o   none

Engrade Homework

·         none

Written Homework

·         Complete worksheets handed out in class for Chapters XV-XIX.

·         What is the conflict in The Hobbit?  Tell me what the conflict is and write 2-3 sentences telling me why you think that is the conflict.

 

STUDY FOR THE MIDTERM!

Week 11 – November 29, 2016

The Hobbit 2 Slideshow

 Reading Homework

·         The Hobbit

o   Chapters VIII-XIV

Supplemental Readings

·         WORDS OF DELIGHT

o   none

Engrade Homework

·         none

Written Homework

·         Complete worksheets handed out in class for Chapters VIII-XIV.

·         Complete vocabulary sheets handed out in class for Chapters VII-XIV.

Week 10 – November 15, 2016

The Hobbit 1 Slideshow

Reading Homework

·         The Hobbit

o   Chapters I-VII

Supplemental Readings

·         WORDS OF DELIGHT

o   none

Engrade Homework

·         none

Written Homework

·         Complete worksheets handed out in class for Chapters I-VII.

·         Complete vocabulary sheets handed out in class for Chapters I-VI.

Week 9 – November 8, 2016

The Dragon and the Raven 2 Slideshow

Reading Homework

·         The Dragon and the Raven

o   Chapters XI-XIX

Supplemental Readings

·         WORDS OF DELIGHT

o   none

Engrade Homework

·         Week 9 Dragon quiz

Written Homework

·         Complete the Character Chart.

o   The completed Character Chart will be due November 15th, 2016.

Week 8 – November 01, 2016

The Dragon and the Raven 1 Slideshow

Reading Homework

·         The Dragon and the Raven

o   Preface

o   Chapters I-X

Supplemental Readings

·         WORDS OF DELIGHT

o   none

Engrade Homework

·         none

Written Homework

·         Begin working on the Character Chart.

o   The completed Character Chart will be due November 15th, 2016.

o   Additional homework will be assigned on November 8th.

Week 7 – October 25, 2016

John Slideshow

Reading Homework

·         The Gospel of John

o   all

Supplemental Readings

·         WORDS OF DELIGHT

o   Chapter 12:  John 1:1-18 (371-401)

o   Chapter 17:  (371-401)

o   Chapter 21:  Poetry and Proverb (441-449)

Engrade Homework

·         none

Written Homework

·         Find seven “I AM” statements from the Gospel of John.

List each statement with its scripture reference.

Briefly describe the intended teaching of each “I AM” statement.

Week 6 – October 18, 2016

The Pilgrim’s Progress 2 Slideshow

Reading Homework

·         The Pilgrim’s Progress

o   Chapters XI-XX and Conclusion

Supplemental Readings

·         WORDS OF DELIGHT

o   none

Engrade Homework

·         none

Written Homework

·         Begin thinking about the map of Christian’s journey.  A rough draft sketch will be due in class on November 1st.

·         BRIEFLY answer the following comprehension questions.  These answers DO NOT need to be in complete sentences.  You DO NOT need to write the question.  If the chapters are different in your book, use the chapter titles to find the sections.

Chapter 11  The Pilgrims Meet Talkative

1.       Who was Talkative’s father where did he live?

2.       What was one of Talkative’s main problems?

3.       According to Faithful, what is the work of grace in the human soul?

4.       Who did the Pilgrims meet after Talkative left?

5.       What are some of the main points in Evangelist’s words of encouragement to the Pilgrims?

6.       What is the main concern that is being raised in this chapter?

Chapter 12  The Pilgrims Suffer at the Vanity Fair

7.       What is the chief characteristic of everything that is sold at the Vanity Fair?

8.       How did the Vanity Fair begin?

9.       Who is the chief ruler of this fair?

10.   What caused the town to go into turmoil when the Pilgrims entered?

11.   What did the Pilgrims say they wanted to buy?

12.   What did the Pilgrims have to go through after the men of the village examined them?

13.   To whom did the two Pilgrims submit themselves as they went through this experience?

14.   What was the name of the judge who officiated at their trial?

15.   What three witnesses came forward to speak against the Prisoner at the Bar?

16.   What particular sins are represented by the members of the jury?

17.   What happened to Faithful as a result of the trial?

18.   What happened to Christian?

19.   What are some synonyms for “vanity”?

Chapter 13  The Pilgrims and the Deceitfulness of Riches

20.   Who was next to join Christian on his journey?

21.   Who did they encounter along the way?

22.   Where did this man come from?

23.   What did Christian tell this man he must do in order to accompany them on the journey?

24.   To whom was this man married?

25.   How did this man get his name?

26.   Who were the three men who followed this man after he decided not to accompany the two Pilgrims?

27.   The two Pilgrims came to a luxurious plain.  What was its name?

28.   What was the name of the hill on the other side of the plain?  What does its name represent?

29.   What did Demas want to show the two Pilgrims?

30.   What is meant by the phrase, “The deceitfulness of riches”?

Chapter 14  The Pilgrims Deal with Giant Despair

31.   What was the name of the meadow on the left side of the road?

32.   Why did the pathway through the meadow seem attractive to the Pilgrims?

33.   Who told them that the meadow would lead to the Celestial Gate?

34.   What happened to Vain Confidence?

35.   Who was the owner of Doubting Castle?

36.   What was the name of the Giant’s wife?

37.   What happened to the Pilgrims when the giant discovered that they had trespassed on his property?

38.   How did Hopeful calm Christian’s mind?

39.   What did Christian have next to his heart within his coat?  What was it able to do?

40.   How did this help the Pilgrims?

Chapter 15  The Pilgrims Reach the Delightful Mountains

41.   Who owns the Delightful Mountains?

42.   What were the names of the Shepherds?

43.   What did the Pilgrims discover as they looked over the hill called Error?

44.   What did they learn on the hill called Caution?

45.   What did the Pilgrims discover when they opened the door in the side of the hill?

46.   What warnings did the Pilgrims receive from the Shepherds as they resumed their journey?

47.   What is the meaning of “Immanuel”?

Chapter 16  The Pilgrims’ Discussion About Little Faith

48.   What was the name of the spirited lad who lived in the Country of Conceit?

49.   Who was the man with seven evil spirits?

50.   Where did this man live?

51.   Who were the three stout hoodlums?

52.   How did they approach Little Faith?

Chapter 17  The Pilgrims Meet the Flatterers

53.   Into what did the man with a very light-colored robe lead the Pilgrims?

54.   Who reminded the Pilgrims to beware of flatterers?

55.   Who laughed aloud when Christian said, “We’re going to Mount Zion”?

56.   What blinded the eyes of the Atheist?

Chapter 18  Hopeful Tells of His Conversion

57.   What were the things that Hopeful had seen at the Vanity Fair that he said “…would have plunged me into ruin and destruction had I continued in them”?

58.   What four things had caused Hopeful to shut his eyes to the truth of God’s Word?

59.   What brought his sins to his mind again?

60.   How did the Father reveal His Son to Hopeful?

61.   What did Jesus do for Hopeful?

62.   What effect did the revelation of Christ have upon Hopeful’s soul?

Chapter 19  The Pilgrims Deal with Ignorance

63.   What was Christian’s answer to Ignorance’s statement of faith?

64.   By what three things, according to Christian, do we recognize proper fear?

65.   How do the ignorant seek to stifle Christian conviction that lead to a kind of fear that is for their good?

66.   In what town did the man who was a bold man in religion live?  Who was his next-door neighbor?

67.   What, according to Hopeful, cause backsliding?

Chapter 20  The Pilgrims Enter Celestial City

68.   What country had very sweet and pleasant air?

69.   With what “disease” did Christian and Hopeful “fall sick”?

70.   How many more difficulties did the Pilgrims have to experience before they could enter the City?

71.   What were those difficulties?

72.   Who were the two Shining Men that waited for the Pilgrims as they came up out of the water?

73.   What did the Pilgrims experience in the Celestial City?

Week 5 – October 11, 2016

The Pilgrim’s Progress 1 Slideshow

Reading Homework

·         The Pilgrim’s Progress

o   Chapters I-X

 

Supplemental Readings

·         WORDS OF DELIGHT

o   Chapter 18:  Allegory in the Parables (407-409)

 

Engrade Homework

·         none

 

Written Homework

·         BRIEFLY answer the following comprehension questions.  These answers DO NOT need to be in complete sentences.  You DO NOT need to write the question.  If the chapters are different in your book, use the chapter titles to find the sections.

 

Chapter 1  The Pilgrim Begins His Journey

1.       What did John Bunyan initially see in his dream?

2.       What was it that troubled the man Bunyan saw in his dream?

3.       Who asked the man, “Why are you crying?”

4.       What was Evangelist’s message to the man?

5.       Who tried to bring the man back by force?

6.       Where did Obstinate and Pliable live?

7.       What was the man’s name?

8.       What was Christian seeking?

9.       What confirmed the truth Christian discovered in the Book?

Chapter 2  The Pilgrim Falls into the Swamp of Despondence

10.   What made Christian place his complete confidence in the Book?

11.   What were the things that Christian learned from the Book?

12.   Why couldn’t Christian proceed as rapidly as he wanted to?

13.   Who came to help Christian get out of the swamp?

14.   What happened to Pliable?

Chapter 3  The Pilgrim and Legality

15.   Who did Pilgrim (Christian) encounter as he was walking alone in the field?

16.   What was Worldly Wiseman’s advice to Pilgrim?

17.   What was Pilgrim’s explanation about how he had acquired the burden he was carrying?

18.   To whom did Worldly Wiseman refer Pilgrim?

19.   What were the three words of instruction given to Christian by Evangelist?

20.   Turning toward Legality was a huge mistake for Christian.  Why?

Chapter 4  The Pilgrim Enters the Gate

21.   What was written over the Gate?

22.   Who answered Christian’s knock at the Gate?

23.   Goodwill directed Christian to proceed along a certain road.  What was its name?

24.   Who built that road?

25.   At what point along the way would Pilgrim be able to lose his burden?

Chapter 5  The Pilgrim Meets the Interpreter

26.   What picture did Pilgrim see hanging on the wall of the Interpreter’s home?

27.   What was the meaning of the picture?

28.   What did the dusty reception room symbolize?

29.   What were the names of the two boys who were sitting on chairs in the little room?

30.   What do the two boys represent?

31.   Who was trying to extinguish the fire of grace?

32.   Who was pouring oil on the fire?

33.   What caused the man in the iron cage to be locked away?

34.   What emotions stirred within Christian as a result of these experiences?

Chapter 6  The Pilgrim Reaches the Place of Deliverance

35.   What name was given to the Wall that was located on both sides of the highway?

36.   Where was Pilgrim when his burden was taken from him?

37.   After his burden was lifted from him, where did it go?

38.   Who came to Christian while he was weeping?

39.   What did these visitors do for him?

40.   What three men had shackles on their feet?

41.   Which two men tumbled over the Wall on the left side of the Narrow Way?

42.   Where did they come from?  Where were they going?  Why were they going there?

Chapter 7  The Pilgrim Climbs the Hill of Difficulty

43.   There were three paths at the Hill of Difficulty.  In what direction did the narrow pathway lead?

44.   What were the names of the other two pathways?

45.   What were the names of the two men that Pilgrim encountered at the top of the hill?

46.   What made Christian turn around and go backward?

47.   What beautiful scene did Christian behold as he continued on his journey?

Chapter 8  The Pilgrim Meets the Family

48.   What caused Christian to grow fearful?

49.   What was the Porter’s name?

50.   By what name was Christian know before he started his journey?

51.   What was the name of the beautiful and serious girl who responded to the Porter’s bell?

52.   What members of the Family responded to the girl’s call?

53.   What were the three things that were etched on Christian’s memory when he was in the Interpreter’s home?

54.   Prudence asked Christian an important question.  What did she ask him?

55.   What was Christian’s response to this question of Prudence:  “And what is it that makes you want so much to go to Mount Zion”?

56.   Why did Pilgrim’s wife and children decide not to join him on his journey?

57.   What did Pilgrim and the Family discuss at dinner?

58.   What kinds of equipment (in the Armory) has the Lord provided for His pilgrims?

59.   Describe Immanuel’s Land.

Chapter 9  The Pilgrim Goes Through Valleys

60.   What was the first valley that Pilgrim had to go through?

61.   What was the name of the monster he met there?  What does this monster represent?

62.   How was Christian healed from the wounds he received from the enemy?

63.   What was the second valley he had to face?

64.   What did the two men see in the Valley of the Shadow of Death?

Chapter 10  Two Pilgrims Meet

65.   Who did Pilgrim see before him on his journey?

66.   What was the name of the woman that Faithful encountered?  What does she represent?

67.   What was the name of the old man that Faithful encountered at the foot of the hill called Difficulty?

68.   What were the names of this man’s three daughters?

69.   What was written on the forehead of the old man?

70.   What did Shame say to Faithful?

Week 4 – October 4, 2016

1st and 2nd Thessalonians Slideshow

Reading Homework

·         1st and 2nd Thessalonians

o   all

Supplemental Readings

·         WORDS OF DELIGHT

o   none

Engrade Homework

·         none

Written Homework

·         We went through an outline of 1st Thessalonians in class today.  Using the outline we made in class and the structure and scriptures listed below, outline 2nd Thessalonians.

·         Please do not use an outline from your Bible or another source.  Try to figure out the main point from each section on your own.

2nd Thessalonians Outline

I.            1:1-2

II.            1:3-12

a)      1:3-4

b)      1:5-10

c)       1:11-12

III.            2:1-3:15

a)      2:1-2

b)      2:3-12

c)       2:13-17

d)      3:1-5

e)      3:6-15

IV.            3:16-18

a)      3:16

b)      3:17

c)       3:18

Week 3 – September 27, 2016

Colossians Slideshow

Reading Homework

·         Colossians

o   all

Supplemental Readings

·         WORDS OF DELIGHT

o   C 12:  Encomium Overview (293-294)

o   C 12:  New Testament Encomium (299-300)

o   C 21:  Colossians 1:15-20 (458)

Engrade Homework

·         none

Written Homework

·         Colossians 3:5-17 contains two lists.  A list of those things that should be put to death, or put away from us, and a list of what we should put on as God’s chosen ones.

·         Make two columns on your paper, title the columns “Put to death” and “Put on.”  List as many things as you can find from these verses under each column.

·         Then write 2-3 sentences of your observations on these lists.

Week 2 – September 20, 2016

Philippians Slideshow

Reading Homework

·         Philippians

o   all

Supplemental Readings

·         WORDS OF DELIGHT

o   C 21: Christ Hymns:  John 1:1-18 through Philippians 2:5-11 (452-457)

Engrade Homework

·         none

Written Homework

Read Paul’s letter to the Philippians a second time.  As you read the letter this time, keep track of how many times the following words or phrases are used in Philippians.

·         Joy, Rejoice, or Glad

·         Christ or Christ Jesus

·         References to unity (one mind, same, united, harmony, etc.)

·         Gospel

Week 1 – September 13, 2016

Ephesians Slideshow

Reading Homework

·         Ephesians

o   all

Supplemental Readings

·         WORDS OF DELIGHT

o   C 20 (430-439)

o   C 21: New Testament Hymns (449-452)

Engrade Homework

·         Week 1 Class Rules

Written Homework

·         Ephesians is one of my favorite books of the Bible.  It is full of theology and wisdom.  Pick one of the following sections of scripture and write approximately 2 paragraphs.  Include the following:  summarize the passage, describe the point Paul is making, what it meant to the early church, what it means to the church today, and what it means to you personally.

o   Ephesians 1:1-14

o   Ephesians 2:1-10

o   Ephesians 2:11-22

o   Ephesians 3:14-21

o   Ephesians 4:17-24

o   Ephesians 4:25-5:17

o   Ephesians 5:22-33

o   Ephesians 6:1-4

o   Ephesians 6:10-20