Wednesday Hebrew Curriculum

GRADES 3-7

September through December

3rd graders 4th – 6th graders
4–5

Ramah (Level) 3, and some of 4

With Morah Dori

Beginning in classroom # 3

Continue Ramah work

With Rabbi Cassi and Moreh John

Beginning in the youth lounge

5–5:30 Tefillah with Rabbi Cassi in the small sanctuary        


January through May

3rd and 4th graders 5th and 6th graders
4–4:30

Continuing Ramah work

in classroom #3 with Morah Dori

Continuing Ramah work

in youth lounge

with Rabbi Cassi and Moreh John

4:30–5

Continuing Ramah work

in youth lounge with Moreh John

Continuing Ramah work

in classroom #3 with Morah Dori

5–5:30 Tefillah with Rabbi Cassi in the small sanctuary

 

MITKADEM

For the first hour of class, students in Grades 2-7 participate in an exciting Hebrew curriculum called Mitkadem. Mitkadem is designed to make learning Hebrew enjoyable and successful for students who learn languages at different speeds. Students will work at their own pace in engaging workbooks, individually or with a partner. The Hebrew curriculum is on-line, too, so students can access their work from a home computer. Teachers and volunteers will offer thorough oversight and guidance during Hebrew school, and parents can be more involved in their child’s Hebrew progress on line.

 

TEFILLAH

From 5:00-5:30, students will meet for Tefillah (Prayer). Services are an important part of our children’s Hebrew studies. Led by Rabbi Cassi, Tefillah will place their Hebrew learning in perspective, as students delve into the meanings and context of prayers and take part in a weekly prayer service, using our brand new age-appropriate siddurim (prayer books).

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