Middlebury Language Schools

 

Sara Hascal

Assistant Director

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Sara Hascal has been a Hebrew Senior Lecturer in the Department of Near Eastern and Judaic Studies at Brandeis University since 1984. She received an MA in Education from Lesley College and a MA in Judaic Studies from Hebrew College. She is a co-author of the Brandeis Modern Hebrew textbook, published by University press of New England.

 

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HEBM 3398 - Intermediate Hebrew III      

Students enrolling in this sequence will have a proficiency level of at least "intermediate-high” according to the ACTFL proficiency guidelines. In this sequence, students will continue to increase vocabulary through extensive reading; they will practice writing and speaking at different registers and they will study cultural and literary texts in depth. Students completing this sequence will emerge with a proficiency level of "advanced- mid" or "advanced-high" depending on motivation, effort and diligence.

Summer 2011, Summer 2012, Summer 2013, Summer 2014 Language Schools

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HEBM 3399 - Intermediate Hebrew III      

Students enrolling in this sequence will have a proficiency level of at least "intermediate-high” according to the ACTFL proficiency guidelines. In this sequence, students will continue to increase vocabulary through extensive reading; they will practice writing and speaking at different registers and they will study cultural and literary texts in depth. Students completing this sequence will emerge with a proficiency level of "advanced- mid" or "advanced-high" depending on motivation, effort and diligence.

Summer 2011, Summer 2012, Summer 2013, Summer 2014 Language Schools

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HEBM 3400 - Intermediate Hebrew III      

Students enrolling in this sequence will have a proficiency level of at least "intermediate-high” according to the ACTFL proficiency guidelines. In this sequence, students will continue to increase vocabulary through extensive reading; they will practice writing and speaking at different registers and they will study cultural and literary texts in depth. Students completing this sequence will emerge with a proficiency level of "advanced- mid" or "advanced-high" depending on motivation, effort and diligence.

Summer 2011, Summer 2012, Summer 2013, Summer 2014 Language Schools

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HEBM 3401 - Advanced Hebrew      

Students enrolling in this sequence will have a proficiency level of at least " advanced-mid" according to the ACTFL proficiency guidelines. In this sequence, students will continue to increase vocabulary through extensive reading; they will practice writing and speaking at different registers and they will study cultural and literary texts in depth. Students completing this sequence will emerge with a proficiency level of ""advanced-high” or “superior " depending on motivation, effort and diligence.

Summer 2012

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HEBM 3402 - Advanced Hebrew      

Students enrolling in this sequence will have a proficiency level of at least " advanced-mid" according to the ACTFL proficiency guidelines. In this sequence, students will continue to increase vocabulary through extensive reading; they will practice writing and speaking at different registers and they will study cultural and literary texts in depth. Students completing this sequence will emerge with a proficiency level of ""advanced-high” or “superior " depending on motivation, effort and diligence.

Summer 2012

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HEBM 3403 - Advanced Hebrew      

Students enrolling in this sequence will have a proficiency level of at least " advanced-mid" according to the ACTFL proficiency guidelines. In this sequence, students will continue to increase vocabulary through extensive reading; they will practice writing and speaking at different registers and they will study cultural and literary texts in depth. Students completing this sequence will emerge with a proficiency level of ""advanced-high” or “superior " depending on motivation, effort and diligence.

Summer 2012

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HEBM 0201 - Intermediate Modern Hebrew I      

Intermediate Modern Hebrew I
This course is a continuation of HEBM 0103. Using authentic audio and visual materials, we will place emphasis on developing the skills required for intermediate-level written and communicative competence. In addition, students will gain a deeper understanding of the forms and style of Classical Hebrew, both of which are necessary for formal composition, interaction, and reading comprehension in Modern Hebrew. (HEBM 0103 or equivalent) 5 hrs. lect/disc

LNG

Fall 2014

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HEBM 0301 - Advanced Intermediate Hebrew      

Advanced Intermediate Hebrew
This course will reinforce the acquired skills of speaking, listening comprehension,reading, and writing at the intermediate to mid/high level. We will focus primarily on contemporary cultural aspects, conversational Hebrew, reading of selections from Modern Literature: prose and poetry, skits, and newspaper articles. 3 hrs. lect./disc.

AAL LNG

Fall 2014

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