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AP502Heb – Beginning Hebrew Grammar II – Online Class
Day and Time: Sundays at 7:00am (Pacific Time)
Beginning Hebrew Grammar is a three-part course which spans three consecutive quarters. These classes must be taken in order. Students can start Beginning Hebrew Grammar in the Fall or Spring Quarters.
Starting in the Spring:
Hebrew Grammar I – Spring
Hebrew Grammar II – Summer
Hebrew Grammar III – Fall
Starting in the Fall:
Hebrew Grammar I – Fall
Hebrew Grammar II – Winter
Hebrew Grammar III – Spring
Beginning Hebrew Grammar II is the second of the three parts which begins with the Aleph-Bet and covers the basics of biblical Hebrew. Instructors use the DVD series taught by Tim Hegg, based upon The First Hebrew Primer, 3rd Edition (EKS Pub., 2005)
This is a 10 week course.
General Description: Beginning basic Hebrew will give you the foundation to read and translate the Hebrew Bible of the Tanach.
Textbooks: Simon, Resnikoff, and Motzkin, The First Hebrew Primer, 3rd Edition (EKS Pub., 2005).
Instructor (Fall Quarter): Tim Hegg, M.Div., Th.M.
Instructor (Spring Quarter): André-Philippe Therrien
Course Options: This class can be taken as a standalone class or can be taken as part of a certificate program.
Standalone: Basics of Biblical Hebrew will give you the foundations to read and make your way through the Hebrew Bible. This class is three-quarters long, and students need to remember that learning a language is difficult but very rewarding.
Program Path: Those who are looking for a more structured workload will find this course is required for one, two and three-year certificates. This class counts for 2 quarter hours within the certificate program.
Course Requirements: This class requires the ability to proficiently read the English language, watch and listen to video lectures, and basic knowledge of a computer with an internet connection. Live online classes are also required each week, and the teacher will work with students to find a time that works best for the majority of people. Headphones and a microphone are also required for the online class.
Workload: The average workload each week is around 5 hours. This includes an hour-long lecture, an hour-long live class, assigned reading, as well as interaction in the class forum. A final exam is also required at the end of the class to complete the course.