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Read It In Hebrew

Read It In Hebrew

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Read It In Hebrew
 

5 Tuesdays BEGINNING AUGUST 29th
wednesdays, 7:30 - 8:30 P.M.
CHABAD CENTER FOR JEWISH LIFE
2858 NE SANDY BLVD.
COURSE FEE: $100 (workbook Included)

REGISTER herE ON OR BEFORE AUG 23rd!

 

 

JLI Introduces 5 Week Hebrew Reading Crash Course In Time For High Holidays

A new, cutting-edge Hebrew reading crash course is taking the Jewish world by storm. The flashcard based language course developed by the Jewish Learning Institute, promises users that they can learn to read Hebrew in only five weeks if they follow the program.

Beginning Tuesday, August 29th at 7:30pm, Rabbi Chaim Wilhelm, Director of Chabad of Northeast Portland will conduct the five sessions of the new course,  Read it in Hebrew at the new Chabad Center for Jewish Life, 2858 NE Sandy Blvd.

 “Many people feel lost in synagogue, because they don’t know how to read Hebrew,” explains Rabbi Levi Kaplan of JLI’s headquarters in Brooklyn, NY. “We have found that learning how to read Hebrew strengthens one’s feeling of connection to Judaism in a powerful way. ‘Read it in Hebrew’ fills a tremendous need.”

Already a hit with communities around the world, Read it in Hebrew has been tried successfully in over 150 Chabad Houses, camps, and schools enabling over 1,000 students to read Hebrew.

The first two lessons of Read it in Hebrew focus on the letters of the Hebrew alphabet while the last three lessons introduce vowels and teach students how to read words. With flashcards portraying the letters alongside catchy mnemonics that make the information memorable and easy to digest, Read in Hebrew allows students to absorb information quickly and efficiently.

Read it in Hebrew utilizes a timeless teaching method espoused by the Jewish sages for generations. In addition to reading skills, students get a glimpse into the holiness and depth of the Hebrew language, including brief kabalistic explanations of the Hebrew letters.

Read it in Hebrew is designed to appeal to people at all levels of Jewish knowledge, including those without any prior experience or background in Jewish learning. The course is open to the public, and attendees need not be affiliated with a particular synagogue, temple, or other house of worship.

Got questions? call 971-801-2424 or email Rabbi@JewishNortheast.com

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