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02413/Hebrew

Lower Division Courses

1001. Beginnersí Hebrew I (4 s.h.) F. Core: LA.

(Formerly: HEBREW 0051.)

Introducing the Hebrew alphabet (print and cursive), functional grammar and basic sentence structures. The goal is to set up a solid base for the communication skills of reading unvocalized text, writing and conversing.

1002. Beginnersí Hebrew II (4 s.h.) S. Core: LA.

(Formerly: HEBREW 0052.)

Prerequisite: Hebrew 1001 (0051) or equivalent.

Continuation of Hebrew I. Introducing more advanced sentence structures and three additional grammar paradigms and the past tense. The emphasis is on expension of vocabulary to aid in understanding more varied texts and facilitating more ease in speaking, writing and reading.

Upper Division Courses

2001. Intermediate I (3 s.h.) F. Core: LB.

(Formerly: HEBREW C061.)

Prerequisite: Hebrew 1002 (0052) or equivalent.

Reading of moderately difficult Hebrew texts with discussion in Hebrew. Introducing more advanced sentence structures, the rest of the grammar paradigms and the future tense. The goal is to conduct most of the class in Hebrew.

2002. Intermediate II (3 s.h.) S.

(Formerly: HEBREW 0062.)

Prerequisite: Hebrew 2001 (C061) or equivalent.

Reading of moderately difficult Hebrew texts with discussions in Hebrew. Strong emphasis on more advanced sentence structures, the rest of the grammar paradigms in all tenses. class is conducted mostly in Hebrew.

3002. Advanced Hebrew Readings II (3 s.h.) S.

(Formerly: HEBREW 0102.)

Prerequisite: Hebrew 3098 (W101) or equivalent.

Reading and discussing difficult texts and newspaper articles. Acquisition of idiomatic phrases. Emphasis on writing and conversing fluently.

3082. Independent Study (3 s.h.)

(Formerly: HEBREW 0381.)

Permission of instructor required.

3098. Advanced Hebrew Readings I (3 s.h.) F. Core: WI.

(Formerly: HEBREW W101.)

Prerequisite: Hebrew 2002 (0062) or equivalent.

Reading and discussing difficult texts. Acquisition of idiomatic phrases. Emphasis on writing and conversing fluently.

3798. Writing Seminar I (3 s.h.) F S. Core: WI.

(Formerly: G+R CL W261.)

Topics from Hebrew culture, which are of general and current interest based on reading Hebrew texts in translation. Lectures, audiovisual presentations, and large and small group work used to explore the significance of the texts.

4082. Independent Study (4 s.h.)

(Formerly: HEBREW 0382.)

Permission of instructor required.


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