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LH 11 — Beginners Hebrew I 3 Academic Units
An introduction to and study of the basic foundations of modern Hebrew. This introductory course offers beginning students a comprehensive opportunity to read, write and speak simple Hebrew sentences and paragraphs.
LH 12 — Beginners Hebrew II 3 Academic Units
Designed for the student who has completed LH 11 or possesses equivalent knowledge, this course aims to increase vocabulary usage as well as reading and writing skills in modern Hebrew. Strong emphasis on conversational skills.
LH 13 — Elementary Hebrew I 3 Academic Units
Review of Hebrew grammar, selected readings of classical and modern Hebrew literature, practice in writing and speaking Hebrew. Designed for students who have taken LH 12 or equivalent.
LH 14 — Elementary Hebrew II 3 Academic Units
Review of more complex grammatical forms, selected readings, translation, composition and conversation. Designed for students who have taken LH 13 or equivalent.
LH 21 — Intermediate Hebrew I 3 Academic Units
In this course, students will acquire the four basic language skills: Listening, Speaking Reading, and Writing. In addition to a review of the fundamentals of Grammar and Syntax, selected Hebrew short studies, essays and articles will be analyzed and directed toward advanced composition work. Designed for students who have taken LH 14 or equivalent
LH 22 — Intermediate Hebrew II 3 Academic Units
An introduction to and study of the basic requirements of Hebrew Grammar and Syntax.
LH 23 — Basic Grammar 3 Academic Units
The application of methodologies and techniques of communication through the skills of reading, speaking and writing.
LH 24 — Applied Hebrew Grammar and Syntax I3 Academic Units
Prerequisite: Knowledge of basic Hebrew grammar & Nikud
This course deals with the precise study of the “Poal” verb and its conjugation in the Binyanim of Pi’el and Pu’al. It also requires the application of proper grammar to language exercises in proper reading, speaking and writing.
LH 25 — Applied Hebrew Grammar and Syntax II 3 Academic Units
Prerequisite: LH24 or its equivalent
This course follows the verb into the conjugations of Hif’il, Hof’al, and Hitpa’el. It includes language exercises to increase fluency in reading, speaking and writing.
LH 32 — Advanced Hebrew Grammar 1 Academic Unit
The course follows the verb into the conjugation of Kal and Nif’al. Students are expected to demonstrate concentration and precision in order to carry the verb formation through all its seven possible modules. This course prepares students for proficiency in analyzing and understanding the Hebrew root word and their different forms, as well as for effective teaching of both classical and modern Hebrew language.
LH 31 — Communication Skills 1 Academic Unit
Practical application of language skills in reading, speaking and writing Hebrew. Limited to students with basic Hebrew backgrounds.