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    Hebrew language courses: classroom and online

    We want the ancient language of the Jewish people to be on everyone's lips!
    Field: Jewish and Hebrew Education
    Learn the basics for learning modern Hebrew, writing and reading the letters, as well as main expressions of greeting and introduction.

    The courses are taught at different levels, determined according to the guidelines of the American Council on the Teaching of Foreign Languages ACTFL and with the approach of Proficiency Approach. Some reasons to enroll in our Hebrew courses:

    • Our teaching approach is based on skills (profficiency approach)
    • We have all levels of language study
    • Synchronous or face-to-face online classes with the possibility of interacting with the teacher in real time
    • We are the only entity in Mexico authorized to accredit expert Hebrew translators, recognized by the Supreme Court of Justice
    • In the UH you will learn not only the language, but the Hebrew culture
    • It has Israeli and Mexican teachers with a specialty in second language teaching
    • The UH is an institution highly specialized in this field of study and is characterized by offering personalized attention to its students.
    • You will have follow-up and support from the teacher throughout the course.

    Face-to-face mode: August 26, 2020 Wednesday 7:00 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. Online mode: August 27, 2020 Thursday 7:00 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. For learning the Hebrew language face-to-face mode: The courses are taught at different levels, determined according to the guidelines of the American Council on the Teaching of Foreign Languages ACTFL and with the approach of Proficiency Approach. Basic level 1 are: In person : Wednesday from 7:00 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. Cost: 2 payments of $ 2,730


    P ara learning the Hebrew language online mode: synchronous mode: Classes are held weekly sessions using virtual classes in real time. In this modality you will have the opportunity to study 2 Hebrew sublevels every six months. Each semester has 16 sessions. Basic level 1 are: Online: Thursday 7:00 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. Cost : 2 payments of $ 3,250

    Temary
    Level 1 Basic Beginner:

    Students learn the entire alphabet in Hebrew, both print and handwritten, as well as 100 words and basic grammatical structures. They comprise dialogues and songs from the daily context, as well as the ability to introduce themselves.

    Medium Beginner Level:

    Students learn 100 words and reinforce the basic grammatical structures learned in the previous level. They are able to read and listen to texts from everyday life such as dialogues, songs, information about places, etc.

    High Beginner level (the 2 groups are the same):

    At this level you will learn about time, regards, what we do at different times of the day. Also, you will understand videos and audios about what Israeli personalities do in their free time and you will learn to tell what you do during the day, to better describe places and people nearby.

    Basic Intermediate Level:

    At this level you will begin to speak in the past tense. The subject we will learn in class will be clothing and weather. You will learn to participate in casual conversations about the weather and the clothes you commonly wear. You will also be able to describe basic events in your life.

    Intermediate level:

    At this level you are already able to express yourself in paragraphs on topics close to your life, such as hobbies, weather, agenda, studies, family and food. At this level you will learn to describe your neighborhood, city and home with more vocabulary. You will also be able to participate in conversations about familiar topics and little by little new topics like songs and Israeli culture.

    Upper Intermediate Level:

    At the intermediate intermediate level, students already master most of the immediate contexts, such as work, hobbies, friends, family, etc. At this level you will learn to master new contexts such as Israeli culture, news, people of Israel, and songs.

    Prof. Dafna Saslavsky

    Director of the Department of Jewish and Hebrew Education

    Graduated from the Master’s Degree “The Art of Teaching Hebrew as a Second Language” from Middlebury University, USA. She has a Master’s Degree in Education from Anahuac University and a Specialty in Human Resources from the same university. He has postgraduate studies in Jewish Education from the Melton Center…

    Admissions:
    Phone numbers: (55) 52 45 86 00
    National toll free: 800 8908 474
    Jaqueline Amaro: +52(55) 21 44 69 33
    Alina Rementeria: +52(55) 38 79 92 86

    This program does not have an Official Validity Recognition for Studies from the Ministry of Public Education.

    • Start:
      In person: August 24. Online August 27.
    • Schedule:
      In person: Wednesday 7:00 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. Online: Thursday 7:00 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. CDMX time.
    • Modality:
      In person and online
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