Hebrew (HEBW)

HEBW 1001. INTRODUCTION TO HEBREW I. (5 Credits)

An Introductory course that focuses on the four skills: reading, speaking, writing, listening, providing students vocabulary and culture, which, studied interdependently, comprise the Hebrew language.

Attribute: MEST.

HEBW 1501. INTERMEDIATE HEBREW I. (3 Credits)

Continued study of the fundamentals of the Hebrew linguistic system with systematically organized reading, writing and conversation exercises. Introduction to literary texts.

Prerequisite: HEBW 1001.

HEBW 1502. INTERMEDIATE HEBREW II. (3 Credits)

Continued study of the fundamentals of the Hebrew linguistic system with systematically organized reading, writing and conversation exercises. Introduction to the literary texts.

Attribute: JWST.

Prerequisite: HEBW 1501.

HEBW 2001. HEBREW LANGUAGE & LITERATURE I. (3 Credits)

These courses are design for students who have a solid knowledge of Hebrew language basics, essential vocabulary, and verb forms and tenses. Text material and course work will focus on developing and expanding the student's vocabulary, learning new grammatical structures and usages, developing good listening and writing skills, applying literal and inferential comprehension skills (reading from magazines, newspapers, and short stories. Videos and films are also included), practicing oral skills during class time through structural exercises, and completing written assignments to reinforce the student's understanding of the concepts studied in class.

Attribute: JWST.

Prerequisite: HEBW 1502.