Brandeis Modern Hebrew

Brandeis Modern Hebrew

by Vardit et al. Ringvald (Author), Bonit Porath (Author), Yaron Peleg (Author), Esther Shorr (Author), Sara Hascal (Author)

The core faculty of the Hebrew Program at Brandeis University wrote Brandeis Modern Hebrew.  It is an accessible introduction to the Hebrew language for American undergraduates and high school students. Its functional and contextual elements are designed to bring students from the beginner level to the intermediate level, and to familiarize them with those linguistic aspects that will prepare them to function in advanced stages.

This volume reflects some of the main principles that have shaped the Brandeis Hebrew curriculum during the past decade. These include:

• an emphasis on the learner’s ability to use the target language in all four skills areas: speaking, listening, reading, and writing
• an effort to contextualize each unit within a specific subject or theme
• exposing the student to authentic and semi-authentic materials (texts written by native speakers)
• exploring different elements from Israeli and Jewish culture in the language drills, reading passages, and in selections of sources from the Hebrew literary canon

The text in this edition comprises a short introduction to the instructor, 11 units, supplementary Hebrew proficiency guidelines, and a vocabulary list. Audio-visual components for all reading passages are available online for download.

Delivered from Stoughton MA.

 

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