Hebrew

  1. 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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  2. 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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  3. 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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  4. 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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  5. Supplement Chaverim B'Ivrit with New Workbooks

    Supplement Chaverim B'Ivrit with New Workbooks

    The popular Chaverim B’Ivrit series has just expanded. Two new workbooks are now available to complement volumes 1 and 2. 

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  6. Alef Bet Quest Goes Mobile

    Alef Bet Quest Goes Mobile

    The app you've come to know is now easier to access than ever before and enhanced by new games. 

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  7. More Hebrew Materials Now Available to Ensure Your Goals Wherever Learning Takes Place

    More Hebrew Materials Now Available to Ensure Your Goals Wherever Learning Takes Place

    Safeguard your curricular plans and keep Hebrew learning goals in sight no matter what scenarios awaits this coming school year.

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  8. Shalom, Reader: New Tool for Emerging Readers to Practice Decoding Skills in a Meaningful Way

     Shalom, Reader: New Tool for Emerging Readers to Practice Decoding Skills in a Meaningful Way

    They've learned to decode. Now what? Build students' confidence and vocabulary with a simple stories and games in this new transitional reader. 

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  9. Using Hebrew in Harmony Makes Transition to Distance Learning Easy, Educators Say

    Using Hebrew in Harmony Makes Transition to Distance Learning Easy, Educators Say

    "We’re seeing that some children have really latched onto their Hebrew as a way to feel like they are DOING something.”

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  10. Contagion, Clinging and Closeness to God: A Hebrew Root For Today

    Contagion, Clinging and Closeness to God: A Hebrew Root For Today

    The Hebrew root for "infection" also points to "clinging to one another" - the best way to support each other and maintain a social glue. 

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