High Hebrew 1
Number of Credits
Estimated Completion Time
2 segments, 32–36 weeks
Earliest Start Date
Immerse yourself in the beauty of the Modern Hebrew language and the richness of its diverse cultures. In the Hebrew I course; you will learn beginning grammar and vocabulary skills to help build basic fluency and language proficiency. You will explore the culture and apply what you learn through novice written practice, listening, reading, and speaking exercises.
Follow the link below for the Department of Education description for this course:
- Identify and use alphabet letters, greetings, and introductions.
- Describe how to greet others, based on the Israeli culture, and compare to one’s own.
- Identify and use numbers 0–30 when related to the topics of phone number and age.
- Identify email addresses from the Israeli culture.
- Describe birthday traditions from the Israeli culture.
- Describe personal and physical characteristics.
- Identify and use colors and adjective agreement.
- Use the verb to have to tell age.
- Use days and months to write the date.
- Describe likes and dislikes.
- Describe food, beverages, and desserts.
- Identify and use restaurant vocabulary, methods of payments, and numbers 30–99.
- Compare and contrast table etiquette around the world.
- Describe your immediate family, extended family, and family traditions.
- Describe different nationalities.
- Use possessive adjectives, adjectives, and family vocabulary to describe oneself and others.
- Identify and use school schedules, days, months, school materials, and clothing.
- Use ordinal numbers, classroom vocabulary, school supplies, the preposition at, and telling time on a schedule in writing.
- Use numbers to tell time in the 24-hour clock and the 12-hour clock.
- Describe clothing used for school.
- Compare and contrast school systems.
- Describe home characteristics.
- Identify parts of a house.
- Talk about household furniture and chores.
- Identify verb categories.
- Identify and use numbers 100–999.
- Identify and use city, town, pastimes, sports, and music vocabulary.
- Describe Israeli music, instruments, and well-known artists.
- Describe Israeli architecture.
- Talk about feelings when traveling.
- Identify and use volunteering in the community vocabulary.
- Identify and use modes of transportation vocabulary.
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Besides engaging students in challenging curriculum, the course guides students to reflect on their learning and evaluate their progress through a variety of assessments. Assessments can be in the form of practice lessons, multiple choice questions, writing assignments, projects, research papers, oral assessments, and discussions. This course will use the state-approved grading scale. Each course contains a mandatory final exam or culminating project that will be weighted at 20% of the student’s overall grade.
Additional course requirements may exist based on specific expectations for individual courses. More information can be found in FLVS policy documents, published at www.flvs.net or by referring to the course instructor after registration.
Courses subject to availability.
Pursuant to s. 1002.20, F.S.; A public school student whose parent makes written request to the school principal shall be exempted from the teaching of reproductive health or any disease, including HIV/AIDS, in accordance with the provisions of s. 1003.42(3). Learn more about the process and which courses contain subject matter where an exemption request can be made.