HEB 102   Beginning Hebrew II

David Nelson

M T W Th .

1:30  - 2:30 pm

OLIN 306


Cross-listed: Jewish Studies  Students will continue to develop their language skills focusing on mastering the Verb System in the present tense,developing reading techniques for comprehension and building a rich and active vocabulary in order to improve their written and oral abilities. Students will continue to explore the various elements of Israeli Culture using technology and media ( popular songs, movies newspapers). This course is open to students who have completed Heb 101, or any other basic instruction in Hebrew. Class size: 15



HEB 202   Intermediate Hebrew II

Sigalit Celnik

. T W Th .

M . . . .

8:50 -9:50 am

10:00-11:00 am

OLIN 309



Cross-listed: Jewish Studies  The purpose of this course is to enable students to improve their Hebrew skills: Reading, Writing, Listening and Speaking. Stress will be put on syntactical and structural elements of Hebrew texts, Grammar and active use of communication. This course will use a mix of practical and literary texts relating to Israeli culture, social issues and politics. Special emphasis will be on students' personal contribution and group presentations.