- Start DateFebruary 16, 2020
- Weekly Hours2 hrs
- Duration9 Months
- AccreditationThis course is worth 2 credits at The Hebrew University of Jerusalem
Take your Hebrew studies a step further and learn how to express yourself using sentence structure and grammar rules that you’ll learn throughout the course.Read More
Tami Weyl was a senior lecturer at the Rothberg International School for Foreign Students in the Hebrew University of Jerusalem. Tami Weyl has been serving…
Shira Cohen-Regev, MS MSW
Shira Cohen-Regev finds the combination of teaching Hebrew and e-learning appealing and challenging and enjoys every minute of virtually teaching Hebrew. Shira believes in virtual…
Hello! Nice to meet you!
In this unit we’ll get acquainted with the teacher and with our classmates, and then we’ll start learning and enjoying.
This unit will introduce the different parts of the body and will refresh some verbs and conjugations.
Doctor, I am in pain!
In this unit we’ll learn how to describe our symptoms to the doctor.
We'll also learn how to identify feminine nouns, and learn the names of basic colors.
Would you like to work at the bank?
In this unit we will learn verbs and infinitives and practice using them. We will also discuss the pros and cons of certain jobs.
Buying vegetables at the market
Israeli culture thrives on eating and cooking local vegetables from the marketplace. This unit will teach you how to engage in conversation on your next trip to the Israeli shuk (marketplace.)
What do you do when you feel that you'd studied for too long? –Prepare fruit salad, of course. Today we will learn about the tasty ingredients of this delicious dish.
In this unit we will learn about the weather, the seasons, and the conjugation of the prepositions "ל" and "של".
David Ben Gurion was the primary founder of the State of Israel and the first Prime Minister of Israel. In this unit we will learn about him and his life after retiring from political activity. By following a typical day of his life, we will learn about time expressions and the verbal group of גר and שר.
This unit will teach you some of the words that will help you in describing clothes.
In this unit we’ll learn about all the different forms of public transportation to help you get around Israel in the best and quickest ways possible.
A Tour of the Old City of Jerusalem
Would you like to tour Jerusalem's old city? Join the Cohens and their tour guide and visit the holy places and even put a note in the Kotel!
Our class goes to a coffee shop to enjoy an Israeli breakfast. We will learn about the different ingredients of the breakfast menu such as different cheese and eggs. We will also learn the verb group of "להרגיש".
In this unit we are going to train for the lowest marathon of the world – The Tiberias Marathon, and participate in it. We will learn words and verbs related to sport.
The kitchen is small
In this unit we will elaborate our understanding of noun and adjective forms.
We will also learn to understand and say sentences without verbs.
"Ulpan" in the Central Station
In this unit we’ll join a newcomer to Israel who has a brilliant idea to practice Hebrew. We will study how to pluralize irregular nouns, learn about the demonstrative pronouns (הזה, הזאת, האלה), and about the prepositions “ב”, “ל” and “מ” combined with the definite article.
Domestic cat, alley cat
In this unit we'll learn about combining noun constructs. Understanding noun constructs and the ability to create them will broaden and enrich our manner of expression in Hebrew.
In this unit we'll accompany a special couple, Ya'akov and Anna, from being soldiers with no family in Israel who volunteered to serve in the IDF, to becoming a family.
We will also study the inflection of the preposition "את" and the transition of direct and indirect speech.
It’s Useful to Learn Hebrew
In this unit we will learn a children's song about all the things one is obliged to do.
We will also learn the infinitive combinations and how to construct sentences which refer to things that are allowed or forbidden, possible and impossible.
Nobody knows where my cellphone is
In this unit we'll follow an original way of revealing a lost cellphone. We will study the use of double negative expressions (never, nothing…) in Hebrew.
Review and goodbye
It's time to say goodbye, but first, let's review what we have studied in our course: vocabulary, grammar, and some of the stories we read.
We cannot say goodbye without giving some farewell presents to our classmates. But, in a virtual class we give virtual presents – pictures are enough☺.
See you in Ulpan 3.
This Course is Fully Acknowledged by the Hebrew University
- Get full academic credit for this course from The Hebrew University of Jerusalem
- Valid in any academic institution that acknowledges credit from The Hebrew University of Jerusalem
- Receive an official Israel Institute of Biblical Studies certificate upon completing this course
- ForumA 24/7 online forum to answer all of your course-related questions
- Recorded LessonsAll lessons are recorded and available on demand.
- Technical SupportAvailable 24/7 to assist you.
- Extra Practice SessionsA weekly teacher session for Q&A and discussion groups.