December 6

Anne Frank אנה פרנק – מאת מיטל וירדנה

After learning about Yad Vashem, my grade 6 students, Maytal and Yardayna, have created a beautiful  slideshow about Anne Frank. They have presented the slide show to the whole grade 2 class. They also had a very fun word search included with their slideshow. Here is the slideshow about Anne Frank.  Hope you Enjoy!

https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1RFCbMCiDnkS7db8Kmb8sPP5dzils7XlRX4RPyxt4Unk/edit#slide=id.g78ef93932d_1_0

 

 

 

November 29

– A question for Shabbat: גִּשְׁמֵי בְּרָכָה בְּיִשְׂרָאֵל

Please read the following paragraph and try to answer the question.  If you know the answer, please share it with us on Monday morning.

שְׁאֵלָה לְמַחֲשָׁבָה

בְּעִתּוֹן “יַנְשׁוּף” כָּתוּב: הַגְּשָׁמִים שֶׁיָּרְדוּ לָאַחֲרוֹנָה בְּיִשְׂרָאֵל גּוֹרְמִים (עוֹשִׂים) לַאֲנָשִׁים לִשְׂמֹחַ, בִּמְיֻחָד שְׂמֵחִים הַחַקְלָאִים (הָאֲנָשִׁים הָעוֹבְדִים אֶת הָאֲדָמָה) . גְּשָׁמִים אֵלּוּ נִקְרָאִים “גִּשְׁמֵי בְּרָכָה” שְׁאֵלָה: לָמָּה לְדַעְתְּכֶם הַגְּשָׁמִים הָאֵלֶּה נִקְרָאִים גִּשְׁמֵי בְּרָכָה? מָה הַהֶבְדֵּל בֵּין גִּשְׁמֵי בְּרָכָה לִגְשָׁמִים אחרים

שבת שלום!

מורה רותי

November 14

“Me in colours and numbers” Presentations this week

Shalom Shalom!

 

After long expectation, this week we had the pleasure of enjoying the presentation “Me in colours and numbers” by our grade 6 students.

So far three students presented, we will go on next week.

WELL DONE to Lea and her friends!

 

 

Dr Sagy

October 28

Adding the Hebrew keyboard to the computer system or mobile device

Shalom, all!
To add the Hebrew keyboard to the computer system or mobile device please follow these helpful instructions, kindly given by our outstanding computer expert Josh Max.
If you want to buy stickers to put on a computer keyboard to show the Hebrew letters here is what we recommend:
As well, if someone wants to add the Hebrew keyboard to their computer system or mobile device here are the steps for each device type:
Installing Hebrew keyboard on iPad or iPhone:
  • Go to Settings –> General –> Keyboard –> Keyboards
  • Click “Add new Keyboard…”
  • Scroll down and select “Hebrew”
  • That’s it!  To use the keyboard:
    • When typing select the globe icon in the bottom-left corner of the English keyboard.
    • Push and hold the globe icon and you will be able to select the Hebrew keyboard.
    • To switch back to English, simply push and hold the icon again and select “English” .
    • If you want the nikkud/vowels push and hold on the Hebrew keyboard character and select the what you need.
Installing Hebrew keyboard on Mac
  • Go to Apple menu > System Preferences.
  • Click Language & Text, and then click Input Sources.
  • Select “Hebrew” ( or Ivrit).
  • Be sure to check the “Keyboard and Character Viewer” box as well.
  • At the bottom, select the “Show Input menu in menu bar” checkbox.’
  • To use the keyboard:  At the top-right of your screen, you should now see the Input Menu. Click on the “U.S. Flag” option, and choose “Hebrew/ Israeli flag”.
    • You should now be typing in hebrew
    • To switch back just click and choose the US Flag
    • You may also want to choose “Show Keyboard Viewer” from this menu to see what characters match each key in this keyboard layout.
Installing Hebrew keyboard on Windows

  • First, activate the hebrew keyboard through the Control Panel:
    • Click on the Start button > Control Panel > Clock, Language, and Region > Region and Language.
    • Click the Keyboards and Languages tab, and then click Change keyboards.
    • Under Installed services, click Add.
    • Double-click Hebrew/Ivrit, double-click “Keyboard,” and select the options you want. Then click OK.
  • Next, turn on the Language Bar:
    • While you still have the “Text Services and Input Languages” window open (or open again following steps 1-2 above), click on the Language Bar tab.
    • Make sure the “Docked in the taskbar” option is selected. Click OK to close all control panel windows open.
    • Use the Language Bar to select which language you want to type in:
    • The Language Bar should now appear in the lower-right corner of your computer screen.
    • Click on the language abbreviation – ENG or HEB/ענר – then select the language you want from the menu.
    • You can also use the keyboard shortcut ‘windows key + spacebar’ to quickly switch back and forth.
  • To see what characters are associated with each key:
    • Click the Start button > All Programs > Accessories > Ease of Access. (In Windows XP, it’s called Accessibility.)
    • Then click On-Screen Keyboard to open the On-Screen Keyboard.
    • The On-Screen Keyboard will show you what letters are associated with each key. You can type the letters with your keyboard, or you can click on the letters on the screen.  When you press/click Shift, Ctrl, Alt, etc., you’ll see what new characters can be typed by using these combination keys.

 

Thank you,

Dr. Sagy

October 24

בנייני השפה העברית

. כיתה ז’ – הטבלה שלפניכם תעזור לכם להבין את ההבדלים בין הבניינים

“שימו לב לבניין “נפעל

המילים שלמדנו היום: נכתבו, נלקחו, נסגרו, נפתחו, נקראו, נמצאו, נשלחו, נשמעו

כתבו את כל הפעלים האלה בלשון יחיד

Grade 7 studied today about Binyan “Nifal” in Hebrew. The following chart is very useful and explains the differences between the Binyanim.

 

October 24

מצגת מצוינת שמסבירה את חלקי הדיבור בעברית Powerpoint for the Hebrew Parts of Speech

מצגת לחלקי דיבור

אני מעודדת את תלמידי בכיתות ו’ עד ח’ לצפות במצגת הזאת פעם בשבוע. אני אשמח אם תשאלו שאלות הבהרה או תעודדו דיון כיתתי בנושא חלקי הדיבור

 

This great Powerpoint presentation about the Hebrew parts of speech contains some of the material that we are covering in Hebrew. I encourage my students from grades 6 to 8 to review this once a week. Students are welcomed to ask questions or to discuss the material in class.