Doran Katz

Visiting Instructor

 
 work(802) 443-3570
 2834 Abbey Manor Circle

 

Courses

Course List: 

Courses offered in the past four years.
indicates offered in the current term
indicates offered in the upcoming term[s]

HEBM 5642 - Explore Culture Authentic Mat      

Fall 2015, Hebrew MA Hybrid, Fall 2016, Hebrew MA Hybrid, Fall 2017, Hebrew MA Hybrid

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HEBM 5690 - Understanding the Lang Learner      

In order to maximize the language acquisition process for all learners – teachers need to individualize the learning for them. Therefore one of the main tools used by foreign language teachers is identifying the variables that characterizes each of their learners.

In this course, students will larn how to indentify the main variables that influence learner's abilities to study a new language such as learning style and strategies, notation, aptitude, level of anxiety, and so on.

Required Text: Learning Strategies Handbook [Paperback]; Anna Uhl Chamot , Sarah Barnhardt, Pamela Beard El-Dinary, Jill Robbins

Language learner strategies; Andrew Cohen

Fall 2015, Hebrew MA Hybrid, Fall 2016, Hebrew MA Hybrid, Fall 2017, Hebrew MA Hybrid

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HEBM 5695 - Teaching Practicum      

Fall 2015, Hebrew MA Hybrid, Fall 2016, Hebrew MA Hybrid, Fall 2017, Hebrew MA Hybrid

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HEBM 5697 - Teaching Practicum      

Fall 2015, Hebrew MA Hybrid, Fall 2016, Hebrew MA Hybrid

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HEBM 5698 - Teaching Practicum      

Spring 2016, Hebrew MA Hybrid, Spring 2017, Hebrew MA Hybrid

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HEBM 5700 - Integrated Seminar      

Spring 2016, Hebrew MA Hybrid, Spring 2017, Hebrew MA Hybrid

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HEBM 6629 - Materials & Curriculum Develop      

Materials and Curriculum Development for Lessons and Units

In order to meet all students’ needs – teachers need to acquire the skill of understanding materials’ development so that they can make the best choices in selecting the appropriate experience for their learners mainly by using tools for identifying and analyzing the goals and perspectives embedded in the “commercially“ readymade materials. In addition, students will learn the principles of creating their own learning units – by identifying the ideal theme, articulating goals, and making decisions about materials and activities. This course will introduce students with sources that can provide them with authentic materials to support the language acquisition for their learners.

Required Texts: Action research in the world language classroom Pedagogy

Summer 2016 Language Schools, 2-week SoH Session 2, Summer 2017 Language Schools, 2-week SoH Session 2

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The School of Hebrew
Sunderland Language Center
Middlebury College
P: 802.443.3593
F: 802.443.2075

Mailing address
School of Hebrew
14 Old Chapel Road
Middlebury College
Middlebury, VT  05753

Email:
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