Month 6 is designed to refine the students’ Hebrew skills, achieving a higher level of fluency and proficiency. The final month of the course will focus on:
A. Advanced Conversational Practice
- Debates and discussions
- Presentations and storytelling
B. Writing Skills
- Essays and reports
- Personal and formal correspondence
C. Test Preparation and Evaluation
- Review of grammar, vocabulary, and comprehension
- Practice tests and feedback
D. Final Review and Assessment
E. Next Steps and Continuing Education
Page 28: Advanced Conversational Practice
In this section, students will further their conversational skills by engaging in debates, discussions, presentations, and storytelling. Activities may include:
A. Debates and Discussions
Students choose a topic of interest, research it, and hold a debate or discussion in Hebrew. This helps them to express their opinions and arguments effectively in Hebrew.
B. Presentations and Storytelling
Students prepare and deliver presentations in Hebrew on a chosen topic or tell a story in Hebrew. This helps them to use descriptive language and complex sentences.
Page 29: Writing Skills
In this section, students will hone their writing skills by writing essays, reports, and both personal and formal correspondence. Activities may include:
A. Essays and Reports
Students write essays or reports in Hebrew on a given topic, using appropriate vocabulary and grammar structures.
B. Personal and Formal Correspondence
Students write personal letters, emails, or formal correspondence in Hebrew, focusing on appropriate language and tone.