Syllabi are provided for general information about course scope and content. Syllabi are subject to change in Fall, 2021. For all matters pertaining to Fall, 2021 versions of courses, please consult instructors.

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  • HEB1043: Israeli Society and Language 

    Lawrence, Eliezer (Yeshiva College, Yeshiva University, 2022-08)
    Through the use of authentic materials of contemporary Israeli media, including television, music, movies and news, students will expand their Hebrew vocabulary and communication skills through social-centered language ...
  • HEB1040: Biblical Hebrew 

    Adler, Ari (Yeshiva College, Yeshiva University, 2022-08)
    The purpose of this course is to enable students to read and understand Tanakh in a sophisticated, grammatically attuned manner. It builds on foundational grammatical concepts and familiarity with Hebrew that you have ...
  • HEB1030: Intermediate Hebrew II 

    Glaser, Chaya (2020-09)
    Goals: Master the concepts that underpin Modern Hebrew vocabulary and grammar through 4 skills: קריאה, כתיבה, שמיעה ודיבור . This class level is the third course in what is generally known as level Gimel in Hebrew ...
  • HEB1010: Beginning Hebrew 

    Glaser, Chaya (2020-09)
    This is the first course in what is generally known as level Aleph in Hebrew language instruction. Level Aleph is designed to bring students from the beginner level to the upper-intermediate level. Students will internalize ...