Tag - Hebrew Language

How do I provide more opportunities for my students to speak Hebrew inside and outside the classroom?

By Hadas Heyman As a Hebrew language teacher, I’ve always asked myself this question over and over again. My students spend a short amount of time in my class every day, and this time is so precious and valuable. Every second should be planned effectively. My students know that wasting time is a big pet peeve of mine. There is time to write...

Second Hebrew Language Literature Review Explores How Language Learning Influences Identity, Relationships with Community

CASJE (the Consortium for Applied Studies in Jewish Education) today released the second of three literature reviews that explores what recent research about heritage, second and foreign language learning means for the teaching and learning of Hebrew. The newest review, Contributions of Second/Foreign Language Learning Scholarship to Identity...

High-Interest Books for Hebrew Readers and Rethinking What’s Possible in After School Settings

By Adina Kay-Gross If you’ve been following the conversation about Jewish supplementary education over the last 10 years, or, if you’ve just been clicking through this edition of Sight Line, you know that there’s been a sea change in the landscape of offerings. While synagogue programs continue to thrive in many places – employing full...