As we begin a new year, we are finally able to offer you our first of many courses to come. “Hebrew with Gigi” is meant to uplift and engage women into learning the basics of the Hebrew language to prepare them for Jewish life, reading of the Siddur and learning from the Torah.
To RSVP for these classes, you have to purchase the courses in our shop. You will be given a syllabus, course dates, and materials as well as Gigi’s contact info and your Zoom links for class.
Due to the nature of the online class system, these courses are non-refundable and non-transferable.
Classes begin the first week of February and will run for a total of 8 weeks. Classes are every Tuesday night.
DEADLINE TO PURCHASE: JANUARY 15TH, 2020 IN ORDER TO HAVE MATERIALS SHIPPED TO YOU IN A TIMELY MANNER!!!
Introduction to the Hebrew Alef Bet $175
The Hebrew Alef Bet is the foundation to the Hebrew Language. This 8 week course teaches the 22 on the symbols that make up the letters and the vowel sound symbols. This class will also provide a brief overview of each letter from Jewish commentaries and the Jewish prayers. This class is designed for students who have no experience with the Hebrew Alef Bet, are interested in learning the Hebrew letters in order, to recognize each letter on sight, to read simple letter vowel combinations with confidence, and to learn to write basic block letters.
Note: For students with no Hebrew experience or those who need to brush up on their Hebrew.
Introduction to Biblical Hebrew $350
Prerequisite skills: Recognition of all Hebrew letters and vowel sounds, ability to read simple Hebrew words, ability to write Hebrew block letters.
This 8 week course focuses on reading, basic vocabulary and beginning Hebrew grammar. This course introduces Hebrew script (cursive) letters and provides a brief review of the Hebrew Alef Bet block letters, masculine and feminine nouns, basic sentence structure and introduces verb roots. Students will learn to read and translate simple Hebrew text to English and English text to Hebrew. By the end of the course, students should be able to sight read any Hebrew word be able to use a Hebrew dictionary, and understand some basic rules of Hebrew grammar.