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Event Series Event Series: HEB 150 ELEMENTARY MODERN HEBREW 1


Monday, August 26
1:00pm Pacific Time | 4:00pm Eastern Time
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Enroll in this 5-unit online course to learn modern Hebrew using the “Ulpan” immersive method from Israel. This course is eligible for college credit.

In Hebrew 150, Elementary Modern Hebrew 1, students will learn the fundamentals of Hebrew grammatical structure, listening, reading, and writing skills in both printed and cursive forms, how to compose short paragraphs, and basic Hebrew vocabulary. Students will also get the chance to practice speaking Hebrew while utilizing all the skills mentioned. As an elementary Hebrew course, this class is only open to students with no prior academic exposure to Modern Hebrew, who are beginning their study of the language.

If you have questions prior to enrolling in the course, please fill out the inquiry form here.

The class meets as follows:
Mondays: Live (synchronous) Online on Zoom 8/26/24 – 12/9/24 from 1:00pm – 3:00pm Pacific Time. 
Wednesdays: The class meets asynchronously – 8/28/24  – 12/11/24 from 1:00pm-3:00pm Pacific Time. 
No class on 9/2/24.
Office Hours: Monday & Wednesdays from 3pm- 4pm (by appointment only)

For additional questions, please email the Hebrew Director, Aliza Klainman at:

Series: 16 Weeks


Instructor: Racheli Morris

Racheli Morris is a dedicated lecturer in Hebrew and Bible Studies at several universities and an accomplished author. She holds a master’s degree in teaching Hebrew as a Second Language from Middlebury College in Vermont, and another master’s degree in education from Bar Ilan University in Israel. With extensive experience teaching Hebrew as a second language in diverse university environments, Racheli brings both expertise and enthusiasm to her academic work.