IVRIT KEY INFORMATION
Morah Sharon (Sharon Walters)
Israeli Natives group - Morah Neta (Neta Gologorsky)
Teacher - Moreh Ophir (Ophir Greenman)
Monday 2.25pm-2.55pm, Thursday -1.15pm-1.45pm
Lessons are taught as a whole class by Morah Sharon with Moreh Ophir as an Ivrit support teacher.
Morah Neta takes out a group of Israeli natives who work on a separate programme.
Chalav U Dvash -Essentially oral based 'Ivrit b-Ivrit' fun and interactive lessons using games, songs and story telling combined with some literacy and creative activities.
The purpose of the programme is that children familiarise themselves with the language by Understanding (listening)
and Speaking (saying and recalling words and short phrases).
Ivrit lessons do not always follow the curriculum. There are
many cross curricular lessons for example during Book Week, Ivrit is taught through books and story telling. In Art Week,
Ivrit is taught through paintings and drawings. During the Chagim, Ivrit lessons include relevant songs, activities, foods and stories from Israel. The language is taught in tandem with the culture. Where possible the culture is brought into
the classroom through videos, Israeli guests, drama, foods