Lesson Summary for 2/03/08

LESSON SUMMARY FOR 2/03/08

Today we took the Verbal Advantage Level 1 Test (see word list in the link)

Verbal Advantage Level 1 Keyword List

NEW VOCABULARY LEVEL 2 (1-10)

advocate:

delegate:

unprecedented:

poignant:

nebulous:

clandestine:

tirade:

recur:

tacit:

allegation:

LATIN PREFIXES

Give three words and their meanings with these Latin prefixes

AB- (also: a- and abs-): away from

AD– (also: a-): to, toward

AMBIO- (also: ambi- amb- am-): about, around, on both sides

FALLACIES

Argumentum ad Verecundium (Appeal to False Authority)

Dicto Simpliciter (Hasty Generalization)

Past Fallacies:

Ad Hominnem (Personal Attack)

Ad Baculum (Appeal to Force)

Ad Populum (Bandwagon Fallacy)

Argumentum ad Traditio (Argument to Tradition)

Argumentum Ad Misericordiam (Appeal to Pity)

TIES Text

Chapter 7: Times of Prayers

Know:

–a verse for the proof for the obligatory prayers

–the direction of sunrise/sunset in the different seasons

–What time of the year is the high noon shadow its shortest, and when is it its longest; when is the day’s length equal to the night?

Who is ordered and obligated to pray? Who is ordered to pray, but not obligated?

Chapter 8

How many integrals are there for the obligatory prayer?

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