Hebrew Literature, Poems and Beyond
- Starts Jun 20Starts Jun 20
- 2,400 Israeli new shekels₪2,400
Prerequisite: Dalet at UAB The Advanced Dalet Course is designed for UAB alumni who have completed Kitah Dalet at UAB. The course focuses on engaging in conversation and writing using high-level Hebrew. We will read poems written by Israel's top poets such as Leah Goldberg and Natan Alterman, as well as one of Shay Agnon’s short novels. In addition, we will read current newspaper articles, watch an Israeli movie, and hold group discussions as well as one-on-one dialogues. Some of the topics that we will discuss include: dilemmas in modern Israeli society; the role of judaism and religion in modern Israel; women's rights and the gap between men and women today; and the evolution of Hebrew language. You will be exposed to new and high-level of vocabulary from the scientific and legal fields, and will be challenged to write short essays that will push you to increase your vocabulary and refine your grammar. During the last week of the course, students will be required to take a final exam to test their knowledge. They will be graded on their oral and written work and based on their in-class effort and on the test. If you live overseas or simply feel comfortable learning from home, you can join our online Advanced Dalet Course where the same level of Hebrew is taught just through Zoom. This course also runs over 10 weeks, and in no time you will have immersed yourself in the Hebrew language. *Online courses are held through the Zoom app and include a workbook specially developed by Aviv Bertele and access to a vocabulary app tailored to your class level. Students who are joining this course from overseas, will be asked to pay 150 NIS in addition to the course fee to cover international express shipping. Payment link will be sent following registration.
1. Students are eligible for a full refund upon cancellation (with a 400 NIS cancellation fee) if the cancellation is made up to 2 weeks before the course starts. 2. Cancellation any time after 2 weeks before the course is due to begin, up to 3 days before the course starts will result in credit for the following semester only. 3. Cancellation for any reason from 72 hours before the course starts is not eligible for a refund or for credit to be used towards future courses. In addition, students who sign up for 2 intensive courses are not eligible for a refund in case they do not take part in the second course.
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