Arts, Sciences, and Engineering Judaic Studies
Course Section Listing Course Course Title Term Credits Status
COURSE_SECTION-3-144054 JWST 102-1 Elementary Modern Hebrew II Spring 2023 4.0 Open
Schedule:
Day Begin End Location Start Date End Date
MW 1400 1515 Rush Rhees Library Room 442 01/11/2023 05/06/2023
Enrollment: Enrolled     
4
Capacity     
No Cap
Co-Located: HBRW 102-1 (P), JWST 102-1
Instructors: Michela Andreatta
Description: Come learn the language of the Hebrew Bible and of sleepless Tel Aviv nights! One of the oldest languages in the world, for several centuries Hebrew was used only as a literary tool until it was revived as a national Jewish language starting in the late 19th century. Today, Hebrew is the official language of Israel and is studied and spoken by Jews and non-Jews all around the world. Used in everyday life, songs, films, and on the Internet, Hebrew has never been so young!

This course is the direct continuation of HBRW 101 that is taught in the Fall. Emphasis is on further developing reading, writing, comprehension, and speaking skills, with a focus on cultural orientation and the practical use of Hebrew in meaningful everyday situations. During the semester, students will expand the basic language skills acquired in HBRW 101, enhance their understanding of Hebrew grammar constructions (in particular, verbs in the present and past tense, use of direct object and prepositional verbs, common syntactical constructions), and increase their vocabulary. The course will cover the textbook Hebrew from Scratch vol. 1 from Lesson 3 through Lesson 17, and will be supplemented by additional written, audio, and video materials in Hebrew.

Offered: Fall Spring Summer

Course Section Listing Course Course Title Term Credits Status
COURSE_SECTION-3-124874 JWST 102-1 Elementary Modern Hebrew II Spring 2022 4.0 Open
Schedule:
Day Begin End Location Start Date End Date
MW 1400 1515 Rush Rhees Library Room 442 01/12/2022 05/07/2022
Enrollment: Enrolled     
9
Capacity     
No Cap
Co-Located: HBRW 102-1 (P), JWST 102-1
Instructors: Michela Andreatta
Description: Come learn the language of the Hebrew Bible and of sleepless Tel Aviv nights! One of the oldest languages in the world, for several centuries Hebrew was used only as a literary tool until it was revived as a national Jewish language in the late 19th century. Today, Hebrew is the official language of Israel and is studied and spoken by Jews and non-Jews all around the world. Used in everyday life, songs, films, and on the Internet, Hebrew has never been so young!

This course is the direct continuation of HBRW 101 that is taught in the Fall. Emphasis is on further developing reading, writing, comprehension, and speaking skills, with a focus on cultural orientation and the practical use of Hebrew in meaningful everyday situations. During the semester, students will expand the basic language skills acquired in HEB 101, enhance their understanding of Hebrew grammar constructions (particularly, verbs in the present tense and past tense, use of direct object and prepositional verbs, common syntactical constructions), and increase their vocabulary. The course will cover the textbook Hebrew from Scratch vol. 1 from Lesson 3 through Lesson 17, and will be supplemented by additional written, audio, and video materials in Hebrew.

Offered: Fall Spring Summer

Course Section Listing Course Course Title Term Credits Status
COURSE_SECTION-3-107346 JWST 102-1 Elementary Modern Hebrew II Spring 2021 4.0 Open
Schedule:
Day Begin End Location Start Date End Date
TR 940 1055 Online Room 12 (ASE) 02/01/2021 05/14/2021
Enrollment: Enrolled     
7
Capacity     
No Cap
Co-Located: HBRW 102-1 (P), JWST 102-1
Instructors: Aharona Rosenthal
Description: ​Direct continuation of Hebrew 101 with emphasis on enhancing reading, writing, and speaking skills.
Offered: Fall Spring Summer