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Reading, Writing, Comprehension--Practicing Language Arts

Modern Hebrew Language 1A

Doron Vergun, M.Ed., M.A.
Average rating:5.0Number of reviews:(184)
A well-rounded course for the beginning or novice student.

Class experience

Students will develop and build on skills in the four common language learning areas: listening and understanding, speaking, reading, and writing (limited degree) for the Modern Hebrew language. 
I have been teaching Hebrew Reading and Language for over 15 year and on Outschool since 2018.  I hold a Masters in Jewish Education as well as in Educational Leadership. My graduate coursework included advanced Hebrew studies, curriculum development, teaching methodologies and student development theories. I have taught this material to students from two to adult and have specifically developed all my courses for age appropriateness, the online learning environment, and student success. 
Homework Offered
There is homework assigned in this class. The ongoing homework is for students to review vocabulary words using flashcards provided as part of the course materials. Students should ideally spend between 5 and 10 minutes each school day reviewing vocabulary. The ability to recall vocabulary words quickly and correctly fosters the student’s conversational and understanding skills. Additionally, the less time we must spend reviewing prior vocabulary in class the more time that can be spent on new material and conversation practice. In addition to reviewing vocabulary, there may be additional activities assigned as homework such as completing exercises in the textbook.
1 - 2 hours per week outside of class
Assessments Offered
Informal assessments will be conducted throughout this course. Parents requiring more formal assessments or grades can reach out to the teacher to make arrangements.
Grades Offered
Textbook: All students will need to purchase a copy of Hakol Chadash Aleph. Each student should have their own copy as we do write in the book. The book can be purchased from https://www.israelbookshop.com/hakol-chadash-i.html or http://www.sifrutake.com/scripts/main.cgi?action=big&product=EB106. Parents should keep in mind that stock is limited, and shipping times/costs can vary so students should ideally enroll in the class and purchase the text as soon as possible to ensure timely delivery. This text will also be used in Modern Hebrew Language 1B. 

Students should also have access to a notebook for this class and index cards for making flashcards.

Students should also have access to common classroom supplies such as paper, pencils, crayons, scissors, glue, etc.

There are additional materials and assignments that will be provided by the teacher in the classroom space during the class. Please note that it is expected that students will have these assignments printed out for the appropriate lesson. 
In addition to the Outschool classroom, this class uses:
This course, along with all my Hebrew courses, is taught from a secular and academic perspective. Parents should note that the textbook utilized is intended for recent immigrants to Israel (the only nation where Modern Hebrew is the official language) and some content does include information about Israeli geography and life.

The textbook can be difficult to obtain so students are encouraged to enroll and purchase the materials as early as possible. 

Parents should be aware that Hebrew is a gendered language and that there is no accepted terminology in use for individuals who prefer they/them pronouns. In Hebrew They/Them has two forms: one for a group of men or a mixed gendered group and one for a group of women. Additionally, using plural terms for one individual in a language that is brand new for students may lead to additional confusion Traditionally, when gender is unknown (such as asking, “Who lives in the house?”) it defaults to masculine singular. Students who are interested in taking this class or parents of those students that prefer they/them pronouns should reach out to me to determine what they would prefer to use in context of this class. 
Average rating:5.0Number of reviews:(184)
Shalom, I’m Doron! 

I am a passionate educator with over fifteen years of experience teaching in traditional classrooms, small group settings and one-on-one. For the past couple of years, I have been teaching online and I love the ability to... 
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for 16 classes
1x per week, 16 weeks
50 min

Completed by 76 learners
Live video meetings
Ages: 7-12
5-9 learners per class

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