רעיונות לעבודות העשרה בעברית לרמה גבוהה

רעיונות לפעילויות העשרה בעברית:           

 

קולולושה – פודקאסטים (הסכטים) מעניינים על השפה העברית – לתלמידים

 

עברית משודרת:  תוכניות טלוויזיה והרצאות מצולמות בנושאים שונים לתלמידים

 

ספרים לימוד אינטראקטיביים – (צריך הזדהות של משרד החינוך)

 

ספרי לימוד דיגיטליים – לרכישה

 

ספרים דיגיטליים חינמיים: באתר הזה אפשר למצוא ספרים נהדרים לקריאה 

 

אתר נוסף לספרים חינמיים

 

אתרים נוספים עם מבחר רב של ספרי קריאה

 

משימות לעידוד הקריאה:

 

1- כתיבת יומן קריאה מפורט

 

2- הכנת יומן קריאה פחות מפורט 

 

2- לעבודה בקבוצות

 

3- רעיונות להכנת יומן קריאה מאויר – יומן קריאה נוסף

 

עבודה נעימה!

מורה רותי

 

 

 

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Grade 7: Tu Bishvat Activities with Ganon (Rabbi Bulka Kindness Project)

Today the Grade 7 students visited their friends at Ganon to lead a variety of Tu Bishvat activities. The Grade 7 students read a story, played a matching game, and helped the children at Ganon colour some amazing Tu Bishvat pictures We can’t wait to see our friends at Ganon next month!

Grades 6-8: Fundraiser for Magen David Adom (Rabbi Bulka Kindness Project)

The Grade 6 students have been making bracelets and will begin selling them tomorrow to raise money for the Magen David Adom. Each bracelet will be sold for $5. Bracelets will be sold during the first and second recesses outside of the chapel. Please help support this important initiative!

handcrafted braslets for Israel by ezra.grossman

Grades 7-8: WWI/Treaty of Versailles Assignment (Due: Thursday 1/25)

Students are being asked to complete a reading comprehension/two viewpoints graphic organizer assignment. This assignment is based on the WWI/Treaty of Versailles note packet that we have spent the last four classes reviewing. We have been focusing on discussing these events from varying perspectives.

 

Treaty of Versailles - Wikipedia

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Grades 7-8: Treaty of Versailles Guided Notes

How could the Holocaust happen?

As we continue to study and analyze the various components of the Grade 8 Jewish Studies curriculum, this week we are beginning to set up the Holocaust. Rather than diving directly into the start of the Holocaust, the Grade 8 class is learning about WWI. This foundation will play a very important role in understanding the historical context in which the Holocaust begins.

Attached you will find the WWI/Treaty of Versailles Presentation and Guided Notes Packet. This will be useful for any students who missed any of the notes during class. Students should review their notes throughout the week.

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Extra activities to strengthen Hebrew language skills for extended Hebrew students

Shalom Talmidim,

Attached you can find a few activities in different language skills. You will need to complete one assignment every week and share it with me.

עבודת העשרה בעברית

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High level enrichment work – רעיונות לעבודות העשרה בעברית לרמה גבוהה

Below is a list of ideas for independent work or group work for students at high level in Hebrew. I am encouraging students to choose a reading book from the list and complete the assignments they chose. B’hanaa!

                                                       רעיונות לעבודות העשרה בעברית

 

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Enjoy!
Morah Ruthie

A Sweet Inter-Curricular Activity. Hebrew, Cookies and Mitzvot.

What to do with the knowledge acquired in class? What about the information generated in a class focused on food? How can we ensure that this knowledge not only remains in language but also incorporates Jewish values? These are questions that arose during conversations with some of my colleagues, and the answer was found in organizing an activity where students can experience it firsthand. And what better way to do this than by supporting the Mitzvah Trips program led by Mr. Wash!
After reaching this conclusion, I shared the idea with the students in the class, and it was very well-received. The plan was to apply the knowledge, skills, and vocabulary acquired over the past two months to contribute to others. Consequently, it was decided to make Parve sugar (Sukar) cookies, with a practical class conducted in Hebrew. The students translated the recipe (Matkon) from English to Hebrew and created a sign to attach to the bags.
Upon discussing it with Mr. Wash, it was decided that for the Mitzvah Trip on November 23, the eighth-grade students would deliver these cookies (Uguiot) to the residents of Hillel Lodge. This week, on Tuesday and Wednesday, the students dedicated their time to prepare the dough (Batzek), bake (Le’efot) the cookies, and assemble individual bags (Sakiot) with the signs to distribute them on Thursday. The experience was enriching both in terms of Hebrew and Jewish values. A sweet and meaningful gesture!
Thank you Mr. Wash for your help!
Great job guys! Here are some pics!