Talmud Torah of St. Paul

Where critical thinking
and Jewish values intersect

Hebrew

To learn more about how to enroll in our Hebrew classes, please contact Heidi Tarshish at 651-698-8807 or contact us at [email protected].

 

Beginning Hebrew I (HEBR 1001)

For beginners whose goal is post-biblical studies or modern Israeli Hebrew. Leads to speaking, listening comprehension, and reading/writing Hebrew. Emphasizes communication proficiency. Cultural materials are incorporated. 

Beginning Hebrew II (HEBR 1002)

For students whose goal is post-biblical studies or Modern Israeli Hebrew. Leads to speaking, listening comprehension, reading, and writing Hebrew with emphasis on communication proficiency. Cultural materials incorporated.   Has a prerequisite of HEBR 1001. Continuation of 1001. Students enrolling in HEBR 1002 must be juniors or seniors in high school and have earned a grade of at least C- in HEBR 1001 or have instructor approval. Qualified ninth and tenth graders may apply to enroll with instructor approval. 5 credits. 

Intermediate Hebrew I (HEBR 3011)

Strengthens and extends proficiency in speaking, reading, writing, and comprehension of modern Hebrew. Read and discuss prose, poetry, news, and film. Taught primarily in Hebrew.   Has a prerequisite of HEBR 1002. Students enrolling in HEBR 3011 must be juniors or seniors in high school and have earned a grade of at least C- in HEBR 1002 or have instructor approval. Qualified ninth and tenth graders may apply to enroll with instructor approval. 5 credits.

Intermediate Hebrew II (HEBR 3012)

Extensive reading of simplified modern Hebrew prose selections. Discuss poetry, newspaper, film, and TV in Hebrew. Israeli cultural experiences. Hone composition, listening comprehension, and speaking skills to prepare for proficiency exams. Taught in Hebrew. Students enrolling in HEBR 3012 must be juniors or seniors in high school and have earned a grade of at least C- in HEBR 3011 or have instructor approval. Qualified ninth and tenth graders may apply to enroll with instructor approval. 5 credits. 

Advanced Modern Hebrew (HEBR 3090)

Advanced studies in a variety of genres/media, including fiction, poetry, drama, film, and journals. Emphasizes expanded oral/written self expression. Materials from several periods are used to prepare for future specialized study. Taught in Hebrew.   Has a prerequisite of HEBR 3012. Students enrolling in HEBR 3090 must be juniors or seniors in high school and have earned a grade of at least C- in HEBR 3012 or have instructor approval. Qualified ninth and tenth graders may apply to enroll with instructor approval. 3 credits. This course may be taken multiple times for credit.