Open Learning

Loading Events

Modern Hebrew Advanced 1

Wednesdays July 10 - September 11
7:00pm Pacific Time | 10:00pm Eastern Time
Event Details
Learn modern Hebrew online in the ulpan immersion method used in Israel.

This ten-week course is designed for advanced students who have a solid understanding of Hebrew. The topics covered in this course include the historical and contemporary aspects of the Kibbutz, the usage of the preposition “on” and the verb “to be” in the past and present tense, expressing possibilities and impossibilities, and an introduction to the renowned Israeli poet Rachel Blaustein.

To facilitate your learning, we will be using the book Hebrew From Scratch Part 2 specifically focusing on Pesek Zman 1, lesson 2. If you haven’t obtained the textbook yet, you can purchase it on Amazon HERE.

Please Note: Any refunds must be issued within two weeks from the start date of your class.

Registration must be processed through a computer (laptop or desktop) only.

This class meets the following Wednesdays from 7 pm to 9 pm Pacific Time:

July 10

July 17

July 24

July 31

August 7

August 14

August 21

August 28

September 4

September 11

Cost: $375.00
Instructor: Alisa Lottati

Alisa Lottati has an extensive background in teaching Modern and Classical Hebrew at various levels within the Ulpan method at schools and universities. She holds an M.A. in Education and Jewish Studies from George Washington University in D.C., a B.A. in Political Science and History from Haifa University, and a teaching degree from Oranim College. Alisa has also undergone training in Hebrew at the Center courses, offered by Brandeis University and the NETA language program.