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Learning Hebrew Is Fun! - Bundle

Learning Hebrew Is Fun! - Bundle

Are you learning Hebrew? Are you looking for a fun way to learn Hebrew? I have developed a way to learn different languages based on my experience as an ESL teacher. This pack has 57 different settings for students to talk about in Hebrew. The worksheets themselves are in English and the students do need to translate the places and objects they see into Hebrew. At the end of the session, the students can play a fun game of word bingo to show they have mastered that day's vocabulary. Try it, it is a lot of fun for everyone!

By peterfogarty

Hanukkah Class Play or Assembly

Hanukkah Class Play or Assembly

Hanukkah Class Play Sometimes referred to as Chanukah, Hannukah or Channukah Cast of 30 Duration: around 10 minutes reading time, not including songs, poetry, prayer or jokes. Two miracles - and some very keen combatants! Our narrator certainly has his work cut out for him on this one! Also available: Class Play on Judaism – available from TES and www.plays-r-ussell.com Sample Text: Narrator: (Wiping his brow) Phew! Those Maccabees! Bit of a lively lot! Let’s look at how Hanukkah is celebrated before we return to them! Child 10: But we haven’t said what Hanukkah is yet! (Narrator consults his notes) Narrator: Oh really? Well, fancy missing that bit out! Please proceed! Now let’s see. Maybe we should start with what Hanukkah means? Child 11: Hanukkah comes from the Hebrew word meaning ‘dedication’. Narrator: Ah, Hebrew you say? Child 11: That’s right. This is, after all, a Jewish festival. Child 12: That’s because it was the Jewish people who were persecuted all those years ago! Child 13: Over 2,000 years ago to be precise! Child 14: It was in the year 167 BC that a certain Syrian-Greek emperor (Enter Antiochus Epiphanes) Antiochus: (Interrupting) That would be me, Antiochus Epiphanes! Child 14: (Continuing) Invaded Judea (Enter Mattathias) Mattathias: (Furiously) And defiled my temple! Despicable what he and his forces did! Antiochus: (Defiantly) Well, you know what they say? Out with the old, in with the new!

By suesplays

Happy Hanukkah Themed Pack

Happy Hanukkah Themed Pack

Celebrate Jewish festival with this 'Happy Hanukkah' themed pack that includes a colourful sets of cut-out borders, bookmarks, banner, lined paper and page borders for your games, drawing or any writing activities in the class. This also includes a colourful sets of alphabet and numbers in flag of Israel background. Great to use to teach alphabet recognition, spelling and phonetics for pupils learning English as a second language. They can also be used for creating beautiful wall displays, attractive posters and colourful bulletin boards. Hope you find it useful.

By jinkydabon

Yesh Va'Yesh 1 Chapter 2 Unit 2

Yesh Va'Yesh 1 Chapter 2 Unit 2

1. Practising LIKING vocab: מְאוֹד אוֹהֵב / אוֹהֵב / לֹא כָּל-כָּךְ אוֹהֵב / בִּכְלָל לֹא אוֹהֵב 2. Music styles Last slide - ready for printing TAH 15-16 Yesh 1 Chapter 2 Unit 2

By tmrh

Hebrew Alphabet chart

Hebrew Alphabet chart

A complete chart of Biblical Hebrew letters, each letter comes with its English name, Hebrew name, sound in IPA (International Phonetic Alphabet), pronunciation and its numerical value.

By angelocheu

Learn Hebrew With Jokes - sample

Learn Hebrew With Jokes - sample

Learn Hebrew With Jokes - sample is a sample of the full book, Learn Hebrew With Jokes. In the sample there are twenty jokes in Hebrew together with vocabulary support and English translations. There are lots of different ways you can use them in class: As revision to illustrate a grammar point. Matching exercise - can they match the Hebrew jokes with the English translations? Reading practice - short reading in Hebrew and they are rewarded with a laugh if they understand it. Shouting dictations. Jigsaw text (cut up a joke line by line, can your pupils put it back together?) As a reward for good work/behaviour. The book has proved very popular with lots of teachers (and pupils). Why not give it a try?

By JeremyTaylor

57 Hebrew Setting Cards For Conversation Practice

57 Hebrew Setting Cards For Conversation Practice

Welcome to the Let’s Talk in Hebrew! pack. This set of cards looks at 57 different settings. The teacher describes something in the top card. The students then use this to model a sentence using the bottom set of pictures. There are lots of things to see and describe in every picture. When the students have completed this task, they can repeat it by working in pairs to discuss each picture. What works very well is for the two pictures to be directly projected on a wall. The teacher talks about the top picture, such as 'In my picture, I can see two seagulls flying.'... then the students model their responses, using the sentence structure provided by the teacher. There are lots of different ways you could use this pack. You could laminate them into two cards and get each student to talk about what they had seen in their picture. * Please note - these resources provide visual prompts and support to the students, not direct language instruction.

By peterfogarty

Speak, Write and Play In Hebrew - Learning Hebrew Is Fun With This Resource Pack!

Speak, Write and Play In Hebrew - Learning Hebrew Is Fun With This Resource Pack!

Are you learning Hebrew? Are you looking for a fun way to learn Hebrew? I have developed a way to learn different languages based on my experience as an ESL teacher. This pack has 57 different settings for students to talk about in Hebrew. The worksheets themselves are in English and the students do need to translate the places and objects they see into Hebrew. At the end of the session, the students can play a fun game of word bingo to show they have mastered that day's vocabulary. Try it, it is a lot of fun for everyone! * Please note - these resources provide visual prompts, not specific language instruction. Hebrew Bingo pack: This is a simple starter game for students. There are 114 different pictures to choose from. Select a single picture and project the image on the wall or share it with the class as a hand-out. Let's Talk in Hebrew!: This set of cards looks at 57 different settings. The teacher describes something in the top card. The students then use this to model a sentence using the bottom set of pictures. There are lots of things to see and describe in every picture. When the students have completed this task, they can repeat it by working in pairs to discuss each picture. Let's Write in Hebrew pack: There are lots of ways of using this teaching pack. It could be used as writing assessment for students learning Hebrew. The students could write about a topic in Hebrew before and then after a topic, using the second worksheet at the end of the topic.

By peterfogarty

114 Hebrew Bingo Game Cards

114 Hebrew Bingo Game Cards

Welcome to the Hebrew Bingo pack. This is a simple starter game for students. There are 114 different pictures to choose from. Select a single picture and project the image on the wall or share it with the class as a handout. Talk about the picture and then ask your students to select and write down 5 items from the picture. Then look at the picture and pick out all the key vocabulary you want them to talk about. The first student to have all their items read out is the winner. With 57 different settings and 114 different game cards, there are plenty chances for great vocabulary. ***** Please note - these resources provide visual prompts and support to the students, not direct language instruction **************

By peterfogarty