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Certificates in Hebrew Instruction

These programs are appropriate for those who teach Hebrew in day schools, supplementary schools, early childhood programs, camps, and other settings where Hebrew language learning takes place.

Graduate

The 12-credit (4 courses) Graduate Certificate in Hebrew Instruction provides Hebrew teachers with pedagogical training in second language acquisition, specifically as it pertains to teaching Hebrew.  Upon completion of the program, students will be able to:

  • Evaluate research and claims within the field of second language education and describe the influence of these finding on his or her personal teaching practices

  • Negotiate complex interactions of second language students involving diverse and multiple learning styles

  • Utilize research on effective second language teaching approaches, and describe how this research can be applied in an educational setting

  • Reflect on personal experiences in order to develop new or refined teaching practices that reflect his or her values, goals and ethics

  • Apply understanding of core knowledge, core skills, and contemporary issues within the within the field of second language learning

All credits earned in the Graduate Certificate in Hebrew Instruction can be applied towards the Gratz College Master of Education (M.Ed.) or Master of Arts in Jewish Professional Studies

 

Undergraduate

The 12-credit (4 courses) Graduate Certificate in Hebrew Instruction provides beginning Hebrew teachers with pedagogical training in second language acquisition, that will prepare them to begin a career in teaching Hebrew.  Upon completion of the program, students will be able to:

  • Analyze the scope, context and development of the field of second language acquisition

  • Differentiate between various expressions of traditional and modern methods of second language instruction

  • Identify the primary sources of information in second language teaching, express ideas clearly in English and Hebrew both orally and in writing

  • Express ideas clearly in English and Hebrew, both orally and in writing, which are pertinent to the field of Hebrew instruction

  • Demonstrate understanding of the theoretical, scientific, quantitative, and technological models and concepts, as appropriate, in the field of second language teaching


All credits earned in the Undergraduate Certificate in Hebrew Instruction can be applied towards the Gratz College B. A. in Jewish Studies or B. A. in Jewish Professional Studies. Please note that these programs are bachelor’s completion programs, and require that general education requirements be transferred from an accredited institution.

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