Modern Hebrew is one of the two official languages of Israel, used as first language by the majority of its citizens. It is spoken by around 9 million people worldwide, most of whom live in Israel. The roots of the Hebrew language are traced back to the first millennium B.C. which makes it one of the most ancient languages still spoken in the world today! Based on its classical sources (biblical, rabbinical & medieval) Hebrew was revived as a spoken language at the turn of the 20th century by a joint effort of intellectuals, teachers and educators, the most renowned of whom was Eliezer Ben-Yehuda to become what is today Modern (or Israeli) Hebrew, the modern form of the ancient language.
All courses are taught using The Polis Method which immerses students in the target language from the very first class which allows learning in a more natural way. The Polis Method focuses on total immersion and speech fluency and we believe helps students acquire the language quicker than the traditional grammar translation method.
Feb 22 – Jun 29, 2023
100 Academic Hours
In the introduction to Modern Hebrew (including the alphabet) students will learn the language in all its aspects (morphology, syntax, vocabulary), on a basic beginner’s level. The students will immerse in the language from the very first moment, practicing all four major linguistic skills: listening, speaking, reading, writing using The Polis Method. The final grade will be determined by homework, quizzes, and exams.
100 Academic Hours
Registration is based on a placement test or completion of level Beth+.
For language courses: To book a seat in the course, the student needs to pay the full tuition or the registration fee.
For academic programs: Students who have been accepted to a program will be asked to confirm their attendance by paying the registration fee which is part of the total tuition fee for the academic year when they begin their studies.
Discount is available for students who register and pay in full by February 8, 2023.The early registration discount applies only to courses that cost more than 1300 shekels.
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