Bonit Porath

Bonit Porath has been a Senior Lecturer in Hebrew Language and literature at Brandeis University since 1981. She received her BA in Hebrew Language and History of the Jewish People from Tel-Aviv University, Tel-Aviv Israel and her MA in Jewish Education from Hebrew College. She is a co-author of the Brandeis Modern Hebrew textbook, published by University press of New England.

 

Courses

Course List: 

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HEBM3398 - 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 2013

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HEBM3399 - 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 2013

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HEBM3400 - 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 2013

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HEBM5630 - Hebrew Linguistics & Soc Ling      

Linguistics

Spring 2015, Spring 2016

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The School of Hebrew
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