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Middlebury College Language Schools; 14 Old Chapel Road, , , 05753

<p><strong><span style="font-size: 12pt;">The Brandeis University-Middlebury School of Hebrew</span></strong><br /><strong><span style="font-size: 10pt;">Middlebury, Vermont                                                                                                            June 29–August 17, 2012</span></strong><br /><br />The Brandeis University-Middlebury School of Hebrew is an intensive seven-week                          Hebrew immersion program conducted every summer on Middlebury College’s                      Vermont campus. Founded in 2008, it combines the power of Middlebury’s nearly                       100 years of experience in language immersion with the faculty and curriculum of                      the recognized leader in Hebrew language instruction, Brandeis University.</p> <p><strong>Program Highlights</strong> </p> <ul> <li>Five levels of Hebrew, from beginn ...

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<p>Legacy Heritage Fund is delighted to introduce its newest effort to enhance Jewish education through the use of technology. Dah Bear is a language tool which facilitates higher levels of Hebrew vocabulary mastery by students in day schools and supplemental schools across the United States.</p> <p>This dynamic new online educational tool includes word lists, flash cards, educational games and a testing feature to help students learn more effectively using 21st century tools. Dah Bear also contains features that enable teachers to track their students progress on homework and tests. Dah Bear is free for teachers and students and is intended for use in school and at home.</p>

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Kachlit Heharim 13, , 71708

<!--StartFragment--> <p><span style="font-family: Verdana, Helvetica, Arial;"><span>You can now learn Hebrew online for free and increase your vocabulary with eHebrew.org's dictionary of English &amp; Hebrew terms organized by topic.<br /> <br /> <span style="color: #0000ff;"><span style="text-decoration: underline;"><a href="http://www.ehebrew.org">http://www.ehebrew.org</a></span></span> is a new and one of a kind website to help anyone learn Hebrew quickly. What sets this website apart from other English to Hebrew Dictionaries is that the words are organized into distinct topics, teaching students the most common and useful words in each topic.<br /> <br /> With over 1,000 terms and growing, <span style="color: #0000ff;"><span style="text-decoration: underline;"><a href="http://www.ehebrew.org">http://www.ehebrew.org</a></span></span> looks to be the premier thematically organized He ...

URLwww.ehebrew.org(0 visits)
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  • Books

Behrman House offers a wide variety of free digital &amp; multimedia tools for Jewish educators at all grade levels, from early childhood through adult education, in both Hebrew language &amp; Judaica. The site also offers tech tools and advice for educators interested in integrating more mutlimedia &amp; non-print resources into the Jewish classroom.

URLwww.behrmanhouse.com/(0 visits)
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Eco Campus is an interactive website that connects classrooms through a social network and environmental curriculum focused on Jewish values. The site is available in both Hebrew &amp; English, and includes areas for parents, teachers and students.

URLwww.ecocamp.us/(0 visits)
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JewishWebcasting.com provides a gateway to Jewish TV, radio, webcast and podcast programming on the internet. It presently links to over 400 websites and 25,000 programs of Israeli and Jewish content. Programs are listed alphabetically and by category, to provide convenient location of webcasts. The site also provides a search engine allow searching the website and its listings using keywords. <p> </p> <p>Among the program categories on the site:</p> <ul> <li>Radio &amp; TV </li> <li>News </li> <li>Israel </li> <li>Judaism </li> <li>Music </li> <li>Hebrew </li> <li>Organizations </li> <li>Youth </li> <li>Women </li> <li>History </li> <li>Holocaust </li> <li>Jewish Literacy Project </li> </ul> ...

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Gemara Berura is a structured methodology supported by computer-based help tools and support mechanisms for learning and teaching Gemara. The computer program works with the original Gemara text, and can be used to study any sugiya contained in the Shas. Gemara Berura also provides access to a growing data-bank of specific sugiot and lesson-plans prepared by the program's development team. The program can be used by individual learners, chevrutot, study groups, and students in classrooms. Using Gemara Berura helps learners acquire the skills necessary for understanding the text and its structure. The central aim of Gemara Berura is to help learners analyze the unique structure of the Gemara text. <br />

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The Torah Homeschooling Conference is geared towards providing support and encouragement to those who are already homeschooling, as well as to educate parents who would like to learn if homeschooling is a viable option for their families. Topics covered include: creative approaches for teaching Hebrew reading and writing, teaching limudei kodesh, different approaches to homeschooling, the benefits of homeschooling and dealing with challenges, socialization, marriage and homeschooling, burnout, and a veterans' panel in which questions will be accepted from the audience.

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An online, user-generated flashcard library, including a Hebrew language collection. Flashcards are web-based, meaning they appear in the browser without any software. Users can share flashcards and store their own flashcard projects online.

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  • Databases and Resource Centers - Curriculum Banks - Hebrew Curriculum
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Shamash: The Jewish Network, strives to be the highest quality central point of Jewish information and discussion on the Internet. Our mission is to provide state-of-the-art Internet tools to Jewish organizations and individuals who maintain discussion forums for the benefit of the Jewish community. <p>Shamash is the oldest and best known Jewishly oriented service accessible through the Internet. Shamash serves the full spectrum of Jewish religious, educational, cultural, communal, and social service organizations interested in utilizing new electronic technologies to share information and deliver services to the Jewish community worldwide.</p> <p>Shamash is a project of Hebrew College Online which is also the home of Hebrew College's On Line Courses.</p>

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<span class="redcapital">Moreshet:</span> the Hebrew literacy project is a joint venture between the Jewish Education Center of Cleveland and the Siegal College of Judaic Studies. The mission of Moreshet is to promote Hebrew literacy in the community. The Moreshet program focuses on encouraging the study and use of Hebrew and has different components including Moreshet Teacher Development, a Hebrew crash course for adults, and a monthly Hebrew Storytime for children.<br />

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Programs offered by the UJA Federation of Northern New Jersey.&nbsp; Schools choose between three separate programs to teach Hebrew in their early childhood classrooms. All three programs advocate a strong Hebrew environment in the early childhood classroom and the use of Hebrew in classroom management.<br />

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  • Programs and Initiatives
  • Databases and Resource Centers - Curriculum Banks - Hebrew Curriculum

The Community Foundation for Jewish Education of Metropolitan Chicago offers excellent programs for adolescents including Rosh Chodesh &ndash; It&rsquo;s a Girl Thing for 6th-8th graders, Ta&rsquo;am Yisrael: The 8th Grade Israel Experience, Panim el Panim for high school juniors and seniors, and Write On for Israel in partnership with the JUF News for high school juniors. CFJE also serves as a key resource for the public high schools&rsquo; Hebrew language courses.<br />

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A report submitted to the Research and Development Unit, Department of Jewish Zionist Education, the Jewish Agency for Israel.&nbsp; The study presents a survey of the state of instruction in the modern Hebrew language in or for Jewish communities outside Israel.<br /> <a href="index.php?option=com_docman&amp;task=doc_download&amp;gid=191&amp;Itemid=362" target="_blank" class="doclink"><img border="0" alt="icon" src="components/com_docman/themes/default/images/icons/16x16/pdf.png" />&nbsp;Israel and the Place of Modern Hebrew in Jewish Education Worldwide (<span class="small">Link</span>)</a><br /> <br type="_moz" />

Publication Date2003
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NETA is an innovative Hebrew language curriculum designed for students in grades 7-12. It was created by Hebrew language curriculum specialists from the Hebrew University of Jerusalem and is administered by Hebrew College and supported by The AVI CHAI Foundation.<br />

URLwww.netahebrew.org/(0 visits)
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  • Databases and Resource Centers - Curriculum Banks - Hebrew Curriculum

A blog exploring Hebrew language, Biblical, Talmudic, Medieval and Modern.&nbsp; Also covers Aramaic, Arabic, Akkadian and Yiddish.&nbsp; Focuses on etymology and includes an extensive list of related resources on the web.<br />

URLwww.balashon.com/(0 visits)
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An article from <em>Jewish Educational Leadership</em>, the online journal of the Lookstein Center.<br /> <br /> In light of recent neuro-scientific research on brain-based learning and applied research on language instruction, it is imperative that we reconsider our approach to Hebrew teaching in Jewish day schools. In this paper, we will examine ways in which this research has been incorporated in our development of the Tal Am curriculum. We will discuss the significance of the age variable, instructional design, methods of instruction, types of pedagogic materials, and the learning environment. We will also relate to the potential tension in Hebrew language instruction between Hebrew as a communicative language and Hebrew as a heritage language.<br />

Publication Date2005
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L'shoneinu, a project of the Bureau of Jewish Education Los Angeles, has played a key role in strengthening teachers' effectiveness in the classroom through providing continuing professional training to educators.<br /> <br /> L'shoneinu targets early childhood and elementary age children attending BJE affiliated early childhood centers, day schools, and religious schools. In 2007-2008, more than 700 children at 15 schools are engaged in intensive and creative Hebrew language education through the L'shoneinu program. <br />

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  • Organizations - Central Agencies
  • Databases and Resource Centers - Curriculum Banks - Hebrew Curriculum

CAJE Miami's Film Library includes videos on such topics as American Jewry, Bible, Holidays, Holocaust, Israel, Jewish Identity, Professional Development, and Values/Ethics.  There are films in Hebrew and Yiddish as well.  Videos may be borrowed by CAJE-Miami affiliated schools and Orloff CAJE staff at no charge. A $5.00 fee, per video, will be charged to all other borrowers.

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This article describes the goals and features of the Nitzanim Program, a program for teaching Hebrew to children in the Diaspora between the ages of 5 and 8 years old.&nbsp; Nitzanim is a product of the Melton Centre for Jewish Education of the Hebrew University of Jerusalem. <br />

Publication Date2005
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  • Databases and Resource Centers - Curriculum Banks - Hebrew Curriculum

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