Monthly Archives: August 2020

  1. How to Access Turn-Page Materials You've Already Purchased

    Step-by-step directions to find your turn-page materials. 

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  2. After Decoding, Then What?

    After Decoding, Then What?

    When students have texts to read that provide a balance between ease and challenge, are meaningful to them, and that build on what they have learned previously, they become stronger Hebrew learners.

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  3. Strengthen Your Hebrew Program by Building in Goals

    Strengthen Your Hebrew Program by Building in Goals

    Why do you want your learners to engage with Hebrew? It takes some work to articulate that mission, yet the payoff can be huge. 

     

     

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  4. Simple Techniques to Relax and Rejuvenate in Times of Stress

    Simple Techniques to Relax and Rejuvenate in Times of Stress

    Planning, prepping, worrying, repeat. Focus on YOU once in a while. Here are a few ideas to inspire you as you head into what's certain to be a most unusual school year.

     

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  5. Bring Hebrew Alive with Ten Minutes of Active Fun: Here's How

    Bring Hebrew Alive with Ten Minutes of Active Fun: Here's How

    Here are eight active games, movement, and role playing activities to introduce conversational Hebrew for 10 minutes each session. 

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  6. Time Constrained? Budget Crunched? Need a Judaics Curriculum? Start Here with Our Instant Resources

    Time Constrained? Budget Crunched? Need a Judaics Curriculum? Start Here with Our Instant Resources

    With so much uncertainty around the health of your community and how to reach and teach students and families in this environment, Behrman House has been looking for ways to help educators, to try to make things just a little easier.

    One of the things we have done is to develop a Judaics curriculum guide for part-time Jewish education programs that can help you structure a program to carry you through the school year. The guide is based on a variety of FREE resources that we have gathered together in one convenient place for you.

    This curriculum is particularly well-suited for small schools, those facing a budget crunch, or  those who may be cutting down on meeting times on Zoom and just need a few really good lessons to help you strengthen connections with your learners.

    The guide is a tool that’s based on 3 Big Ideas in Jewish Education. It shows you how the lessons are connected, and what learning will take p

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  7. Gamify Hebrew Practice with Hooked on Hebrew Playing Cards

    A new series of card games for practicing Hebrew letters and prayers - whether in school or remote, or at home. 

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