Hard to believe that this year is over. I had a pleasure teaching you grade 5 students in the last few months and must say that this has been a wonderful but also a very challenging time.
Distance Learning was challenging but at the same time it brought us closer together despite the physical distance. I am glad that I had a chance to see you a few days ago at the entrance to your home and I hope that this coming September we can all go back to class. I wish you a healthy, joyful summer and can’t wait to see you in 3D.
Attached please see a list of resources to help you continue to progress in Hebrew:
Cartoon to help with basic Hebrew reading (Basic Hebrew reading exercises)
TeachMeHebrew Terrific site full of Hebrew grammar exercises, songs, dialogs and more.
Hebrew by Nemo Excellent App with the most essential words and phrases in Hebrew
Short Videos in Hebrew Movie Trailers Dubbed in Hebrew
Hebrew 101 Videos to teach Hebrew and free podcast lessons
Sending you a big, loving hug,
On Friday, February 7th grade 5 Hebrew class will have a test on the Winter vocabulary that we have been learning. Students will have to complete sentences with vocabulary words from a word bank. I encourage my students to review the vocabulary every so often at home.
It was great to see Kitah Hey students so involved creating beautiful, engaging games to help us acquire the new vocabulary in so many pleasurable ways. What a great way to end the week!
Last week our grade 5 students started a new unit in Hebrew called:” חורף בישראל” (Winter in Israel). We are learning about the weather in Israel during the winter, the changes in nature (animals, vegetation) and of course human adaptation during the winter. After learning about winter in Israel, students will have to prepare their own booklets about winter in Canada. We will conclude the unit by comparing and contrasting the winter in Israel to the winter in Canada.
I am attaching the list of the new vocabulary and encourage my grade 5 students to go over the words at home.