Units of Study

HBRW2612 - Hebrew Modern 12

Semester 2, 2013  |  Credit Points: 6

Coordinator: Yona Gilead


This unit is an extension of HBRW2611. It offers an opportunity for in-depth examination of the linguistic functions of Modern Hebrew as they are manifested in literature and poetry. Through using the Hebrew language in a range of contexts, students will further extend and develop their understanding of the way in which various patterns of the language come together. As well, they will be introduced to contemporary texts, which reflect socio-cultural issues of Israeli society.


1x1.5hr mid-semester test (20%), 1x2hr final exam (25%), 1x1000wd essay (20%), 5x150wd writing tasks (20%), 3x10 minute oral assignments (15%)


Bliboim, R (2010) Ivrit be-Hey ha-Yehidi'a, Academon, Jerusalem.
Baras, N., Delshad, E. (2007) HaPo'al le-Mitkadmim, Academon, Jerusalem.
Baras, N., Delshad, E. (2000) Tachbir le-Mitkadmim (Ramah Heh). Academon, Jerusalem
Oz, A. Har haEitza haRa'a, Gesher series Jerusalem.
Lauden, E., Weinbach, L. (1993) Multi-Dictionary: Bilingual Learners' Dictionary. Ad, Tel Aviv.


2x2-hr seminars/week


HBRW1302 or HBRW2611



Additional Information

As part of the 2014 curriculum review this unit of study has been replaced by HBRW3615. This unit of study will not be offered again.


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