I highly recommend this program. I just returned from a trip to Israel and this time, I was able to understand a lot more of what my friends and other people I met there said. It was incredible.
Melody, Spaking Basics student
to fill your week with Hebrew!
All the materials are carefully selected to match the crucial the beginner stage and each students' progress is monitored individually!
- you are not alone! - weekly assignments - group engagement
Lots of practice!
Practice the Hebrew you've learnt with the weekly assignments at the weekly live lesson, among friends!
Learning from a book, an app, or a private teacher can be good, but this program makes the language learning come alive in a way that none of the other methods do. You meet and talk to other people who have the same interest you do - learning Hebrew. And the weekly meetings give you accountability. It's easy to put a book or app aside and forget about it, but when you are going to be learning with a group you are more likely to show up and reap the rewards.
Speaking Basics student
300$ (in 3 monthly installments)
weekly materials, system, accountability, and community!
" I thought the course was excellent,
the timing of lessons was perfect, and that I love how you posted a lot of charts, games, etc. to help us understand what we were learning,
I'd like to say that I'd recommend this course to anyone who wants to learn how to speak and write Hebrew, especially for those people who don't have time to go to an Ulpan in Israel, and for people who want to learn the language even if they aren't planning to travel or move to Israel. I took it simply because I wanted to be able to speak to my friends' young children on the phone and when I visit them in Israel.
Visual aids are often used to help audiences of informative and persuasive speeches understand the topic being presented. Visual aids can play a large role in how the audience understands and takes in information that is presented. There are many different types of visual aids that range from handouts to presenataions. The type of visual aid a speaker uses depends on their preference and the information they are trying to present.
Each type of visual aid has pros and cons that must be evaluated to ensure it will be beneficial to the overall presentation. Before incorporating visual aids into speeches, the speaker should understand that if used incorrectly, the visual will not be an aid, but a distraction.
-1- Every week the learners get two pieces of real, not adapted (but short and fun!) content - a ~2 min video and a comic strip - and the assignments to help your work through these materials on your own. You start working on these materials (we have a transcript, guided video with detailed explanations, word cards to learn the vocabulary, games to check the understanding and some hands-on assignments to be submitted during the week) Report your progress and ask questions in the text chat group created for the course - where you can not only receive and submit the assignments, but also connect with other learners. :)
-2- Then, on Sunday, you meet for the group Zoom chat when you'll be talking about what you've seen and read during the week and you'll have the chance to use the vocabulary and expressions you've learnt.
*It will be recorded, of course, so you can watch it later if you miss it!