Hebrew (HEBREW)

HEBREW 111-1 Hebrew I (1 Unit)   This sequence offers students a systematic introduction to mainly conversational Hebrew language and culture. Emphasizes the four modalities-speaking, listening comprehension, reading, and writing. Prerequisite: None or one year of high-school Hebrew or placement exam results.

HEBREW 111-2 Hebrew I (1 Unit)   This sequence offers students a systematic introduction to mainly conversational Hebrew language and culture. Emphasizes the four modalities-speaking, listening comprehension, reading, and writing. Prerequisite: HEBREW 111-1 or equivalent.

HEBREW 111-3 Hebrew I (1 Unit)   This sequence offers students a systematic introduction to mainly conversational Hebrew language and culture. Emphasizes the four modalities-speaking, listening comprehension, reading, and writing. Prerequisite: HEBREW 111-2 or equivalent.

HEBREW 121-1 Hebrew II (1 Unit)   This sequence further develops speaking, listening comprehension, reading, and writing skills in Hebrew. Offers also insights into Hebrew culture and history. Uses authentic written and audiovisual materials, including newspapers, short stories, poems, television, film. Prerequisite: HEBREW 111-3 or equivalent.

HEBREW 121-2 Hebrew II (1 Unit)   This sequence further develops speaking, listening comprehension, reading, and writing skills in Hebrew. Offers also insights into Hebrew culture and history. Uses authentic written and audiovisual materials, including newspapers, short stories, poems, television, film. Prerequisite: HEBREW 121-1 or equivalent.

HEBREW 121-3 Hebrew II (1 Unit)   This sequence further develops speaking, listening comprehension, reading, and writing skills in Hebrew. Offers also insights into Hebrew culture and history. Uses authentic written and audiovisual materials, including newspapers, short stories, poems, television, film. Prerequisite: HEBREW 111-3 or equivalent.

HEBREW 216-1 Hebrew III:Topics in Hebrew Literature (1 Unit)   Hebrew language, literature, and culture. Review of more complex grammar including the development of reading, writing, and speaking. Material includes authentic written and audiovisual works and newspaper articles. Prerequisite: HEBREW 121-3 or equivalent. Literature Fine Arts Distro Area

HEBREW 216-2 Hebrew III: Topics in Hebrew Literature (1 Unit)   Hebrew language, literature, and culture. Review of more complex grammar including the development of reading, writing, and speaking. Material includes authentic written and audiovisual works and newspaper articles. Prerequisite: HEBREW 121-3 or equivalent. Literature Fine Arts Distro Area

HEBREW 216-3 Hebrew III: Topics in Hebrew Literature (1 Unit)   Hebrew language, literature, and culture. Review of more complex grammar including the developemnt of reading, writing, and speaking. Material includes authentic written and audiovisual works and newspaper articles. Prerequisite: HEBREW 121-3 or equivalent. Literature Fine Arts Distro Area

HEBREW 316-1 Hebrew IV: Advanced Topics in Hebrew Literature (1 Unit)   Literature Reading 20th-century Hebrew literature. Presentations, discussion, and essays in Hebrew. Prerequisite: HEBREW 216-3 or consent of instructor. Literature Fine Arts Distro Area

HEBREW 316-2 Hebrew IV: Advanced Topics In Hebrew Literature (1 Unit)   Literature Reading 20th-century Hebrew literature. Presentations, discussion, and essays in Hebrew. Prerequisite: HEBREW 216-3 or consent of instructor. Literature Fine Arts Distro Area

HEBREW 316-3 Advanced Topics in Hebrew Literature (1 Unit)   Literature Reading 20th-century Hebrew literature. Presentations, discussion, and essays in Hebrew. Prerequisite: HEBREW 216-3 or consent of instructor. Literature Fine Arts Distro Area

HEBREW 399-0 Independent Study (1 Unit)   For students who have advanced with distinction beyond the regular course offerings in Hebrew. Prerequisite: consent of instructor.