Hebrew

  1. Teach Real Hebrew with Real Fun

    Teach Real Hebrew with Real Fun
    Hebrew is a real, living, dynamic language. Teach it that way with Hebrew Alive! Talk, Move, and Play the Ulpan Way.
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  2. Boost Reading Practice with Hebrew in Harmony

    Boost Reading Practice with Hebrew in Harmony
    Throughout the year, provide a variety of ways and venues for students to practice prayer reading.
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  3. Our Best Tips for Ordering Parashat Hashavua Booklets

    Ordering your B’nai Mitzvah booklets doesn’t have to be complicated. Learn some tips to make the process quick and easy.
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  4. Talk, Move, and Play: New Hebrew Materials are Coming Your Way

    Coming in January! A reissued classic and a movement-based conversational Hebrew course.

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  5. Hebrew Assessment: Essential, Effective, and Easy

    Hebrew Assessment: Essential, Effective, and Easy
    It’s best not to wait until the end of the year to take stock of our students Hebrew learning. Whether you’re thinking of doing formative or summative assessments to see where students need extra help, or for placement, here are some options.
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  6. Engage Parents Early in Enriching Hebrew Learning with Shalom Hebrew App

    Engage Parents Early in Enriching Hebrew Learning with Shalom Hebrew App
    Third grade is a big year in many schools, when students begin to read and retain Hebrew. At The Temple in Atlanta, educators work with parents on how to best support students at home.
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  7. How One School Boosted Student Success by Separating Prayer Connection from Reading Fluency: A Hebrew in Harmony Case Study

    How One School Boosted Student Success by Separating Prayer Connection from Reading Fluency: A Hebrew in Harmony Case Study
    A close up look at how educators at Congregation Beth Israel in Houston have adopted and refined Hebrew in Harmony to work best for their students.
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  8. Get Hebrew Muscles Into Shape!

    Enjoy these free downloadable resources to get your students back into their Hebrew study.
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  9. Hebrew Choice and Possibilities: Separating the Language from Prayer Skills

    Hebrew Choice and Possibilities: Separating the Language from Prayer Skills

    “Hebrew is Hebrew,” says Rabbi Ariel Boxman, the education director at Temple Shalom, which over the past three years has moved to distinguish Hebrew learning from prayer learning.

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  10. Day 1: A Lesson to Introduce Students to Hebrew in Harmony

    Want to set an upbeat tone for your Hebrew curriculum, starting on DAY ONE?

    Introduce Hebrew in Harmony by focusing first on the music – the driving force behind the program that will help students and teachers connect with the material right away.  

    (Hebrew in Harmony assumes students can already decode, so be sure you’ve assessed their decoding skills at the beginning of the school year.)

    The following introductory lesson will give students a taste of what’s ahead and help them acclimate to the new materials.

    Advance preparation: All the music for the series is in the digital app. Music for each prayer includes a traditional melody plus 3-4 m

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