How to Read Hebrew
Learning Hebrew can be a really challenging task. Let student rabbi Josh make it easier for you!
Josh is a student rabbi and Jewish Educator with nearly 15 years of experience in teaching Hebrew. Passionate about teaching using humor, creativity, and innovation, Josh also brings with him the perspective of a person with a learning disability that has caused him many challenges in learning Hebrew himself. Having literally tried every trick in the book to bring him where he is today, Josh comes with a wealth of knowledge and perspective in making this content stick. If you come to each class and do the homework, you will leave this experience with access to the Hebrew Alphabet and the ability to read prayer book Hebrew.
Who is this class for?
Anyone who wishes to learn Hebrew, Jewish or not-Jewish-yet, everyone is invited.
Anyone who wants to learn how to say the most important Jewish blessings!
What does this course come with?
4 dynamic 80-minute online learning sessions.
A homemade, personalized textbook created just for this class. (To be available via Google Drive)
- Fun tips & tricks to learning the more challenging letters that really work-- including conversations about Jewish mysticism.
Exciting learning activities & video games personalized just for this class.
Each session will include chevruta learning (pair-learning) to facilitate your experience and help you meet students from around the world.
Some basic modern, conversational Hebrew skills.
A safe and loving environment that thrives on mistakes-- because they are what make us grow!
Financial Accessibility: You will notice that there are several options available to contribute for tuition. This is designed to make class tuition as accessible as possible. Please contribute according to your financial ability. If you have the ability to contribute more to help other students to experience this class at a more accessible rate, please help our community to do so. Your act of tzedakah (charity) will be gratefully appreciated.
Learning Accessibility: I want to do my best in supporting you academically. If you have any information about learning differences and needs that can help me to help you, please don't hesitate to reach out to me at . I will do my best to try and support you to the best of my ability.
More information coming soon.