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IVRIT KEY INFORMATION

Important Information

 

Ivrit Teachers

Morah Sharon (Sharon Walters)

 

Morah Neta (Neta Gologorsky)

 

Support Teacher - Moreh Ophir (Ophir Greenman)

Email

swalters@keremschool.co.uk

ngologorsky@keremschool.co.uk

ogreenman@keremschool.co.uk

Timetable

Monday 1.50pm-2.20pm, Tuesday 2.50pm-3.20pm, Thursday 10.45am-11.15am

Homework 

 

Homework will be set at the end of every topic - normally once every half term

(for revision/project work).

Occasionally there will be a mini-test within a topic 

and homework will be set accordingly

 

Library 

(starting after the Chagim)

A library book will be given to each child to take home and read at their leisure. The children will then need to write a short book review in Hebrew. The children do not need to understand every word of the book.

They should try to get the 'gist' of the story and the review can be a few familiar words if longer sentences are more challenging.

The books should be returned as often as possible (minimum one every half term).

 

 

Groups

 

Study Programme

 

 

The class is split into

3 groups taught by Morah Sharon, Morah Neta and Moreh Ophir.

Israeli natives work on a separate programme.

 

Ivrit B-Click - A digitally based resource using graduated study units on a variety of topics.

Resources include interactive activities, games, worksheets and flash cards. Topics covered are:

'Who am I?', 'Family', 'Numbers', 'Birthday',

'Where do I live?','Food and Drink', 'My School'.

The children cover the four strands of language learning - Understanding (listening), Speaking, Reading (comprehension) and Writing (script) in this programme.

Lesson Structure

Ivrit lessons do not always follow the curriculum. There are many cross curricular lessons for example during Book Week, Ivrit is taught through story telling and creative writing.

In Art Week, Ivrit is taught through paintings and Israeli artists. 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 and song.

 

 
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