HEB1010: Beginning Hebrew
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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 the rules and mechanics of spoken and written Hebrew via two avenues of experience: 1) The study of foundational Hebrew grammar; and 2) Exposure to common, practical Hebrew words and expressions. They will master the concepts that underpin Modern Hebrew grammar through 4 skills: קריאה, כתיבה, שמיעה ודיבור . By the end of level Aleph, the student will be familiar with the basic structures of the Hebrew language, able to read, comprehend and discuss in Hebrew, simple texts with reference to various topics regarding Jewish and Israeli culture and beyond. Objectives: (see below)
Glaser, Chaya. (2020, Fall). HEB1010: Beginning Hebrew, crn116225, Yeshiva College.