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In this subject students extend their competencies in writing, reading, speaking and listening by engaging with authentic texts with a particular focus on developing the skills of reading, writing and conversing in Hebrew, with emphasis on grammatical structures and expansion of vocabulary. Students will learn the skills to deal with the complexity of authentic texts and will engage in more advanced work on speaking and creative writing, through a reading of contemporary newspapers, magazines, short stories and poetry that will enable them to build their vocabulary.
Intended learning outcomes
Students who successfully complete this subject will:
- use more complex grammatical structures including a greater range of tenses and cases and mode;
- be able to conduct conversation and compose short assignments;
- have a more comprehensive in-depth knowledge of the linguistic and syntax structures, and an enhanced understanding of the language to allow them to read and understand simplified Hebrew newspapers and literary texts;
- have consolidated and augmented their skills in Hebrew, encompassing reading and writing, speaking and aural comprehension;
- deploy a broader array of vocabulary about people and places including language about historical and contemporary themes;
- have improved their writing skills through extensive writing in an assortment of formats;
- use more complex grammatical structures including a more diverse range of tenses and modes;
- comprehend more complex spoken Hebrew and express themselves in broader social and political contexts;
- read more sophisticated texts and practice and augment accurate writing skills;
- engage with modern historical and social subjects in Israeli and Jewish national thought and culture.
Last updated: 22 January 2020