Modern Hebrew – Intermediate
Intermediate Modern Hebrew
Objectives: To prepare for the examination, the candidate is expected to be able to read a Hebrew story, translate it into English, answer questions on the story in Hebrew, and paraphrase Hebrew stories in his own words; write a 200 word essay on a topic that incorporates previously learned grammar and syntax, inferring more advanced grammatical structures from contextual sentences and placing correct grammatical form, and thus integrate grammar learned to give proper tense and noun forms.
Instruction: The proficiency examination is administered under secure and proctored conditions. Content covered includes: Vocabulary of 1200 words sufficient to read newspaper articles, poetry, and prose in simplified Hebrew and demonstrate further development of conversation skills.
This course has a value of 3 lower-level undergraduate credits.