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Detailed Syllabus

 

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Coordinator: Vered Shemtov

Instructor:  Gallia Porat
Office Hours: By Appointment
Email: gporat@stanford.edu
Tutor: Estee Grief
Email: esteeg@stanford.edu

 

Course Requirements and Grading:
40%: Attendance (20%) Homework (20%)
50% Quizzes and Assignments
10% Final
Presentations: Oct 15,  Oct 29, Nov 13
Quizzes:  Oct 4, Oct 22, Nov 27
Final Presentation TBA

Attendance:
Regular class attendance and full participation in oral work, group activities, etc. are required in order to pass this course. It will be difficult to make up classes that you have missed since so much of the course is based on video material and group activities.

Homework:
In addition to reading and writing assignments the students are expected to spend time in the language lab (or in the computer cluster of their residence hall or working on their own computer) in order to make full use of the multimedia resources available to them in this course.

Fifth unit-   Optional
One hour speaking session with Estee  Grief or Biblical Hebrew  with Gallia Porat is optional but highly encouraged. 
Contact:
Students are encouraged to take advantage of our ‘open door policy’.  Please contact us if you have questions, concerns or suggestions:
 gporat@stanford.edu,  esteeg@stanford.edu

Language center Policies: http://language.stanford.edu/courses/policies.html

Events
Israeli author, Maya Arad- Creative writing session

Textbook and course material
1. Modern Hebrew, Brandeis  “Ivrit Be’heksher”
2. Hebrew keyboard stickers:
3. Hebrew Verb Table / Asher Tarmon, Ezri Uval
4. Video clips, texts and songs posted on the class website: first quarter
5. Handouts (reading material)
7. Coursework (AME 128) for homework and schedule

8.Hebrew Multimedia Workbook (will be distributed in the third quarter)



Students who have a disability that may necessitate an academic accommodation or the use of auxiliary aids and services in a class must first request assistance with the Disability Resource Center (DRC). The DRC will evaluate the request with required documentation, recommend appropriate accommodations, and prepare a verification letter dated in the current academic term in which the request is made. Please contact the DRC as soon as possible; timely notice is needed to arrange for appropriate accommodations.

 

  

  1. Brandeis Modern Hebrew(Stanford bookstore)
  2. Hebrew Multimedia Workbook (will be distributed in the third quarter)
  3. Video clips, online dictionary, texts and songs posted on the class schedule webpage:

Other websites:

http://hebrew.stanford.edu

and: http://coursework.Stanford.edu

http://milon.morfix.co.il  (online dictionary)