This has conversational phrases such as Hello., What’s your name?, I don’t understand., Again, please., Thanks., What is that?, I want one., No, two., Where is the toilet?, Here or there., Goodbye.
EXTRA VOCABULARY such as woman, already, go, speak, in, house; man,see, much, food, and, water; hand, up, pain, medicine, money;
A GRAMMAR SKETCH regarding plurals, word order, the, a, etc;
WORD SEARCHES: based on the preceding, there are six total of which three are short and three others are a full page long;
HEBREW WORD BINGO TEMPLATE CARD which cut-and-paste can quickly turn into however many additional cards you want;
YIDDISH section similar to the Hebrew language sections above plus handy hyperlinks;
MODERN ISRAEL reading section:
This is a history with nice, often colorful public domain photos of the modern nation of Israel which not only tells about political events such as the conflicts but also about agricultural achievements made to the benefit of people worldwide;
TWENTY QUESTIONS ABOUT MODERN ISRAEL’S HISTORY complete with an answers key;
COMMON CORE: READING: INFORMATIONAL TEXT tied to the Modern Israel reading section;
ELAS.R:IT.1 re support,
ELAS.R:IT.2 re central idea,
ELAS.R:IT.3 introduction of key persons, events, ideas,
ELAS.R:IT.4 meanings of words, phrases...,
ELAS.R:IT.5 how parts fit into overall structure,
ELAS.R:IT.6 author's point of view/purpose,
ELAS.R:IT.7 information in different media/formats,
ELAS.R:IT.8 list and evaluate arguments and claims,
ELAS.R:IT.9 comparing and contrasting events by different authors,
ELAS.R:IT.10 reading with good comprehension.
JEWISH HOLIDAYS INCLUDING:
Purim plus a Word Search;
Rosh Hashanah plus a Word Search;
Yom Kippur plus a Word Search;
Passover plus a Word Search;
Sukkot, Shemini Atzeret, Simchat Torah plus a Word Search;
Hannukah plus a Word Search;
INTERACTIVE VIDEOS LINKS with fun information re holiday cuisine, music and songs;
THE ANCIENT HEBREW ALPHABET with hyperlinks;
HANDY CLIPART such as menorahs, the Star of David, shofar, meal items, etc useful for arts and crafts;
A CERTIFICATE OF COMPLETION is a fine finishing touch, something students can be proud of getting.
Parts of this learning packet are suitable for any Writing Center or Reading Center your room or building may have now or in the future. Your students will love it.
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