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Intermediate Biblical/Prayerbook Hebrew 2C

This course was offered in Winter/Spring, 2019.

This course will complete our study of basic prayerbook Hebrew, then begin to introduce the more complex verb patterns of classical Biblical Hebrew and the irregular verb system, while building Hebrew vocabulary. Students will start translating passages from the Hebrew Bible and learn to use Hebrew research references. Text will be provided free of charge by instructor.

This course will be available to registered students at no extra charge via Zoom online conference services. Students may attend live in the classroom, live online or anytime via recording.

Schedule

# Sessions
8
Date & time

Sundays, January 27 - March 24
5:05 - 6:25 pm

Tuition
$195 (100%)
$155 (80%)
$115 (60%)

As a nonprofit, Lehrhaus relies on tuition to help cover the direct cost of our course offerings. We offer a tiered pricing structure to ensure that cost is not a barrier to participation. Please evaluate your own ability to pay, and select the option that makes it possible for you to participate. To inquire about pricing or scholarships, please email us at info@lehrhaus.org.

Session Time Days Location Instructors
Jan 27 5:05 PM–6:25 PM Sun Netivot Shalom Jehon Grist
Feb 03 5:05 PM–6:25 PM Sun Netivot Shalom Jehon Grist
Feb 10 5:05 PM–6:25 PM Sun Netivot Shalom Jehon Grist
Feb 24 5:05 PM–6:25 PM Sun Netivot Shalom Jehon Grist
Mar 03 5:05 PM–6:25 PM Sun Netivot Shalom Jehon Grist
Mar 10 5:05 PM–6:25 PM Sun Netivot Shalom Jehon Grist
Mar 17 5:05 PM–6:25 PM Sun Netivot Shalom Jehon Grist
Mar 24 5:05 PM–6:25 PM Sun Netivot Shalom Jehon Grist

Location

Congregation Netivot Shalom

1316 University Avenue

Berkeley, CA 94702

510-549-9447

Instructors

Jehon Grist

Jehon GristJehon Grist, Ph.D., is a Senior Educator for Lehrhaus Judaica. He earned his doctorate in Near Eastern Studies from UC Berkeley, where he was a Regents' Fellow. He has conducted field research in Israel, the Gaza Strip, and the Valley of the Queens in southern Egypt.