Course

HEB 101 Beginning Hebrew I

Professor

Hezi Brosh

CRN

95091

 

Schedule

Tu Th 2:30 -3:50 pm OLINLC 120

Wed 3:00 -4:00 pm OLINLC 120

Fr 10:30 -11:30 am OLINLC 206

Distribution

OLD: D

NEW: FOREIGN LANGUAGE, LITERATURE & CULTURE

Cross listed: Jewish Studies

The course is an introduction to modern Hebrew as it is spoken and written in Israel today. It begins with the learning of script and pronunciation and works rapidly into a wide range of texts and topics that build active and passive lexicon as well as grammatical structures. Differences between standard and colloquial Hebrew as well as significant aspects of Israeli culture will be highlighted. Open to students with no previous knowledge of Hebrew and to others in consultation with the instructor.

 

Course

HEB 102 Beginning Hebrew II

Professor

TBA

CRN

95442

 

Schedule

Mon 2:55 3:55 pm OLINLC 118

Tu Th 2:30 3:50 pm OLIN 304

Distribution

OLD: D

NEW: FOREIGN LANGUAGE, LITERATURE & CULTURE

Cross listed: Jewish Studies

The second in a two‑semester introduction to modern Hebrew as it is spoken and written in Israel today. Beginning with script and pronunciation, the course works rapidly into a wide range of texts and topics that build active and passive lexicon as well as grammatical structures. Differences between standard and colloquial Hebrew and significant aspects of Israeli culture are highlighted. Indivisible.