HJCS 301 - Advanced Hebrew, I
Section: 001
Term: FA 2007
Subject: Hebrew and Jewish Cultural Studies (HJCS)
Department: LSA Near Eastern Studies
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Advisory Prerequisites:
HJCS 202.
Other Course Info:
May not be repeated for credit.
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This is the third-year course within the Hebrew language sequence at the University of Michigan. The course aims to acquaint students with a variety of Hebrew texts and use them as a basis for conversation, discussion and writing in Hebrew. In this course the students will develop a sophisticated vocabulary for understanding central contemporary cultural issues. It is a content-based course, which focuses on Israeli and Jewish culture. There will be emphasis on reading comprehension and conversation, as well as reviews of grammar and syntactical structures that are commonly found in reading. Students will learn to identify different registers of Hebrew (literary, media, slant, etc.), as well as different periods of the language. In this course students will read articles, poems and short stories, listen to the radio, watch video clips and films, write short essays and discuss their individual projects in class. The language of instruction and discussion is Hebrew.

HJCS 301 - Advanced Hebrew, I
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