Arts, Sciences, and Engineering Judaic Studies
Course Section Listing Course Course Title Term Credits Status
COURSE_SECTION-3-134159 JWST 103-1 Intermediate Modern Hebrew I Fall 2022 4.0 Open
Schedule:
Day Begin End Location Start Date End Date
TR 1815 1930 Rush Rhees Library Room 428D 08/31/2022 12/22/2022
Enrollment: Enrolled     
4
Capacity     
12
Co-Located: HBRW 103-1 (P), JWST 103-1
Instructors: Sapir Soble
Description: Welcome to your second year of modern Hebrew! By completion of this first semester of Hebrew at the intermediate level, you will expand speech interaction in free and authentic informal Hebrew in a variety of everyday situations. Your understanding and use of grammar constructions (particularly of the verb system) will be enhanced and your vocabulary dramatically increased. You will also develop reading skills enabling you to approach texts written in a higher and more formal style than the one used in speaking and be able to effectively use a Hebrew-English-Hebrew dictionary. The course will finish covering the first volume of the textbook Hebrew from Scratch and start covering the second one. A continuation of HEB 103 (HEB 104 - Intermediate Hebrew II) will be offered in the spring. 

NB: This course continues the introduction to modern Hebrew begun in Elementary Modern Hebrew I and II (HEB 101-102). Students with some previous knowledge of Hebrew who wish to begin their Hebrew instruction at this level are required to take a placement test. The test is to be taken prior to registration or at the latest on the first day of classes.

Offered: Fall Spring Summer

Course Section Listing Course Course Title Term Credits Status
COURSE_SECTION-3-118127 JWST 103-1 Intermediate Modern Hebrew I Fall 2021 4.0 Open
Schedule:
Day Begin End Location Start Date End Date
TR 940 1055 Online Room 1 (ASE) 08/25/2021 12/17/2021
Enrollment: Enrolled     
2
Capacity     
12
Co-Located: HBRW 103-1 (P), JWST 103-1
Instructors: Aharona Rosenthal
Description: Welcome to your second year of modern Hebrew! By completion of this first semester of Hebrew at the intermediate level, you will expand speech interaction in free and authentic informal Hebrew in a variety of everyday situations. Your understanding and use of grammar constructions (particularly of the verb system) will be enhanced and your vocabulary dramatically increased. You will also develop reading skills enabling you to approach texts written in a higher and more formal style than the one used in speaking and be able to effectively use a Hebrew-English-Hebrew dictionary. The course will finish covering the first volume of the textbook Hebrew from Scratch and start covering the second one. A continuation of HEB 103 (HEB 104 - Intermediate Hebrew II) will be offered in the spring.

NB: This course continues the introduction to modern Hebrew begun in Elementary Modern Hebrew I and II (HEB 101-102). Students with some previous knowledge of Hebrew who seek to begin their Hebrew instruction at this level are required to take a placement test. The test is to be taken prior to registration or at the latest on the first day of classes.

Offered: Fall Spring Summer