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Hebrew Course Descriptions


General Courses

HEB 0001 Elementary Hebrew
For students with no previous knowledge of Hebrew. Study of fundamental speech patterns. Listening comprehension and oral ability, using audiovisual method. Progressively greater emphasis placed on reading and writing skills.
Fall Semester

HEB 0002 Elementary Hebrew
Study of fundamental speech patterns. Listening comprehension and oral ability, using audiovisual method. Progressively greater emphasis placed on reading and writing skills.
Prerequisites: Hebrew 1 or equivalent.
Spring Semester

HEB 0003 Intermediate Hebrew
Rapid oral review of structural principles. Written exercises. Reading and discussion based on selected materials from Hebrew literature. Conducted mainly in Hebrew.
Prerequisites: Hebrew 2 or equivalent.
Fall Semester

HEB 0004 Intermediate Hebrew
Rapid oral review of structural principles. Written exercises. Reading and discussion based on selected materials from Hebrew literature. Conducted mainly in Hebrew.
Prerequisites: Hebrew 3 or equivalent.
Spring Semester

HEB 0021 Conversation/Composition
Class conducted primarily in Hebrew. Readings will include contemporary Hebrew short stories and articles. Class discussions and compositions will be based on the literary texts, up-to-date news, and a selection of Israeli films.
Prerequisites: Hebrew 4 or equivalent.
Fall Semester

HEB 0022 Conversation/Composition 
Continuation of Hebrew 21. The study of major works and problems of the twentieth century in Hebrew literature and in Jewish history. Readings will include works by Shahar, Liebrecht, Avnery, Levin, Hareven, and others. Discussions and compositions will follow the literary texts, films, and current events.
Prerequisites: Hebrew 21 or equivalent.
Spring Semester

HEB 0121 Composition and Conversation
Class conducted primarily in Hebrew. Readings will include contemporary Hebrew short stories and articles. Class discussions and compositions will be based on the literary texts, up-to-date news, and a selection of Israeli films. Extra readings and written assignments.
Prerequisites: Hebrew 22 or permission of instructor.
Fall Semester

HEB 0122 Composition and Conversation
The study of major works and problems of the twentieth century in Hebrew literature and in Jewish history. Readings will include works by Shahar, Liebrecht, Avnery, Levin, Hareven, and others. Discussions and compositions will follow the literary texts, films, and current events. Extra readings and written assignments.
Prerequisites: Hebrew 121 or permission of the instructor.
Spring Semester

Special Courses

HEB 0092 Topics in Hebrew Literature
Please see department members for detailed information.
Spring Semester

HEB 0093 Directed Study
Directed Study. Please see departmental website for specific details.
Prerequisites: Permission of instructor.
Fall Semester

HEB 0094 Directed Study
Directed Study. Please see departmental website for specific details.
Prerequisites: Permission of instructor.
Spring Semester

HEB 0095 Hebrew Teaching Internship
Teaching Internship. Please see departmental website for specific details.
Prerequisites: Permission of instructor.
Fall Semester

HEB 0096 Hebrew Teaching Internship
Teaching Internship. Please see departmental website for specific details.
Prerequisites: Permission of instructor.
Spring Semester
 
HEB 0192 Directed Study
Directed Study. Please see departmental website for specific details.
Prerequisites: Permission of instructor.
Spring Semester

HEB 0193 Directed Study
Directed Study. Please see departmental website for specific details.
Prerequisites: Permission of instructor.
Fall Semester

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