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  1. A Fresh Modern Shalom Uvrachah

    Shalom Uvrachah has been fully redesigned for today's learners.

    This effective Hebrew primer, our most widely used, is being updated with a fresh new look (goodbye, argyle sweaters) and some new activities (hello, partner work and more fun) to modernize this popular resource for teaching and learning to decode Hebrew using key cultural words.

    The revised

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  2. New Web-Based Resource for Hebrew in Harmony

    Now Available!

    Teaching Hebrew prayer through music just got easier. The Hebrew in Harmony audio, music, videos, and meaning-making materials are all now in one place online. There are 22 prayer modules to choose from, and you can teach them in any order. 

    Why it matters: The online enhanced turnpage booklets will replace the Hebrew in Harmony Digital App, so all the student materials will be in one place. It combines all the best elements of the app with a digital version of to student booklets.

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  3. Resources for a Core Hebrew Curriculum

    Fifty years of reasearch says if you want students to recognize written language, you have to teach them to decode.

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  4. Screen-Free Hebrew Practice this Summer

    Summer break is nearly here. 

    Whether children are at home or off at camp, there will be plenty of opportunities for quiet activity. Build in some chances to deepen Jewish connection and keep Hebrew skills sharp with card games.

    Hooked on Hebrew is a series of card games that reinforce Hebrew letters and prayers - whether in school or at home or over the summer - and are full of both social and academic benefits. Plus, card games are time-tested sources of fun for both children and adults.  

    Melissa Pescatore, director of religious education at Temple Shaari Emeth in Manalapan New Jersey, purchased a deck of cards for each student in her school - grade K-6 - and gave them out as take-home

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  5. For a Strong Hebrew Program, Set Goals

    For a Strong Hebrew Program, Set Goals

    Strong Hebrew programs have a clear rationale, a reason for doing what you're doing.

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  6. Bridge Hebrew Decoding and Hanukkah Learning

    Bridge Hebrew Decoding and Hanukkah Learning

    Your students have learned to decode Hebrew - great! 

    And they're also learning about Hanukkah. 

    Bridge their excitement and new Hebrew skills in a meaningful way with Shalom, Reader: 57 Hebrew Activities to Show What You Know. This resource introduces students to a family and its pets, and follows them through simple stories and scenarios that are familiar to children, such as holiday celebrations, school, family, time, and the weather.

    There's an entire chapter built around Hanukkah that includes:  

    • Hanukkah vocabulary
    • A short guided conversation with a friend in Hebrew about what they eat and drink during Hanukkah
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  7. Three Ways to Assess Students' Hebrew Skills, So You Can All Have a Great Year


    You survived the fall holiday marathon. Now it's a good time to use your uninterrupted schedule to focus on your students' Hebrew skills.

    Here are some resources to help you see where your students are in their Hebrew, and ensure they succeed in reaching the next level of your program.

    Assess Hebrew language skills

    The Diagnostic Hebrew Reading Test can help diagnose and remediate Hebrew reading problems for students who have already learned the Hebrew letters and vowels. This 45-minute diagnostic test is designed

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  8. Active Ways to Support Hebrew Learning

    The beginning of a new school year is a great time to review learners' Hebrew skills, and to plan how you will support their learning all year long. 

    Research shows that effective Hebrew learning comes from regular exposure to authentic language in various ways, including listening and speaking. Further, the best language connections come from using Hebrew in creative ways.

    Here are some simple engaging ways to practice in small bites.

    Movement-Based Conversational Hebrew

    Hebrew is a real, living, dynamic language. Bring 10 minutes of active fun to your sessions with movement-based actitivities from 

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  9. Easy-to-Access Tools to Freshen Up Hebrew Skills

    Learning Hebrew is a skill that takes practice to keep sharp, just like any other skill. A little bit of regular practice goes a long way to boosting confidence and proficiency. 

    Freshen up learners' Hebrew skills with these easy-to-access resources to help them review and practice in small bites.

    Back-to-School Hebrew Reading Refresher

    Do your learners' Hebrew reading skills get rusty between May and September?

    The Back-to-School Hebrew Reading Refresher can get students back in shape in 3-4 weeks with practice games and exercises, writing skills, drills of Hebrew reading and remediation for reading problems. It's

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  10. Welcome Back to Hebrew for the New Year

    Learning Hebrew is a skill that takes practice to keep sharp, just like any other skill. A little bit of regular practice goes a long way to boosting confidence and proficiency. 

    In fact, brain research shows that just five minutes a day—or even ten minutes twice or more per week—in addition to your regular learning time can make a big difference in second language acquisition skills. 

    Freshen up learners' Hebrew skills with these resources to help them review and practice in small bites.

    Ten-Minute Hebrew Reader

    Whatever your regular Hebrew program, you can begin any session with a quick "reading workout" using the Ten-Minute Heb

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