Units of Study

HBRW2607 - Hebrew Modern 7

Semester 1, 2013  |  Credit Points: 6

Coordinator: Yona Gilead


This unit picks up from HBRW2606. Students further develop their speaking fluency while improving their grammar and usage. The ability to read a variety of Modern Hebrew texts, including newspaper articles, short stories, poems and other literary texts, which reflect socio-cultural issues from the 19th century to the present time, is further developed.
Special significance is attached to this unit. Upon its completion, students are eligible to be considered for admission to regular studies at the Hebrew University.


1x1.5hr mid-semester exam (30%), 1x2hr final exam (30%), 3x10 minute oral assignments (15%), 1x500wd assignment (15%), 5x100wd writing tasks (10%)


Cohen, M. (1992) Hebrew, what a Language (Agada shel Safa), Academon, Jerusalem.
Weyl, T., Farstei, H. (1996) HaPo'al le-Lomdei Ivrit (Ramot Gimel Dalet), Academon, Jerusalem.
Liebrecht, S. (1997) Shlosha Sipurim, Gesher series, Jerusalem.
Lauden, E., Weinbach, L. (1993) Multi-Dictionary: Bilingual Learners' Dictionary, AD, Tel Aviv.


2x2-hr seminars/week


HBRW2106 or HBRW2606 or Modern Hebrew HSC



Additional Information

As part of the 2014 curriculum review this unit of study has been replaced by HBRW3610. This unit of study will not be offered again.


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