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Shalom Hebrew Students,
Good job tonight in class; you are improving! Remember: READ, WRITE, and SPEAK the consonants as you memorize the alef-bet.
Here is the My Hebrew Name website link: http://www.my-hebrew-name.com/
And here is the link to the downloadable Intro to Hebrew Workbook: http://tinyurl.com/pzshenl
Look for more downloadable resources at my blog: introtohebrew.com
To prepare for class next week:
1. Do your best to memorize the entire alef-bet so we can move on to the vowels.
2. Use the Alef-Bet chart to spell your name phonetically in Hebrew.
3. Go to the website My Hebrew Name http://www.my-hebrew-name.com/ and find your name in Hebrew. Optional: For fun, look up the meaning of your Hebrew name.
NEW INTRO TO HEBREW STUDENTS:
Classes begin on Monday, June 2nd. Take the next couple of weeks to prepare yourself.
1. Listen to the song.
2. Listen to the introduction of the letters only (not the vowels).
3. Familiarize yourself with the charts. Make copies of them and bring them with you to class.
1. Alef-Bet Song:
2. Alef-Bet Introduction:
3. Hebrew Alphabet Charts:
HOW TO WRITE THE ALEF-BET:
INTRO TO HEBREW WORKSHOP
Mondays June 2, 9, 16, 23, and July 7, 14
Yuma First Assembly Church
3000 S. Avenue B 6:00 p.m. – 8:30 p.m
No charge to attend, however students must have internet and email access and be able to print the class materials.
New and Previous Intro to Hebrew students:
Download the worksheets to learn and/or practice memorizing and writing the Alef-Bet. (worksheets courtesy of hebrew4christians.com)
Shalom Hebrew Students,
We worked on some worksheets in class tonight. Review or complete them during the week. We will be reviewing them in class next Tuesday. Try not to look up the answers! Read the words aloud as you write them, and say them aloud as you read them. For the writing worksheet, you may refer to the vocabulary chart for the correct spelling.
Click here to download the UPDATED worksheets: Conversational Hebrew Worksheets 4 pages
Sneak Preview: we’ll be doing a bit of acting in future classes.
(Costumes and experience not required.)
We will meet at Pat’s place this Tuesday. Until then, use the flash cards below to switch from reading print to script and to memorize and write the pronouns. Then practice using the correct pronoun with the following vocabulary chart. “Read, Write, and Say” is our homework motto. Read each word, write it, and say it. In class next week, we will add “Do it”.
Steve will be joining us at Hebrew class this Tuesday from 6:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. He is able to stay in town a bit longer than he had anticipated. YAY!
As usual, we’ll start by having a bite to eat (bring something to share or brown bag your own), then we’ll practice a dance for Passover, and finally, we’ll settle in for Hebrew class. A little birdie told me we may also be treated to a worship song by Tom & Lynne this week!
Note: I’ve edited the vocabulary chart (I had earlier neglected to list the final two pronouns Hem and Hen). Remember to read, speak, and write each word. You can use the sheet like a flash card simply by covering up the translations.
Contact us for class location information.
See you this Tuesday!
Click here to download PDF: Conversational Hebrew Class Chart April 2014