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Hebrew in Hebrew

TBD's exclusive Hebrew-in-Hebrew educational programs:

Ulpan is the modern Ivrit B’Ivrit, Hebrew in Hebrew, immersion program of Temple Beth David’s Religious School. Ulpan’s mission is to teach conversational Hebrew, reading, writing and basic understanding of the language. Ulpan sees Israel’s culture as an integral part of its Hebrew language learning. Classes run in fluent modern Hebrew, by native Hebrew language educators. We strive to use the latest language acquisition tools in our Ulpan classrooms.

Our Ulpan program comprises of several classes:

Ulpan Shishi is a series of Friday classes offered to the children of the San Gabriel Valley, starting at the tender age of 3 years. We suit our practice to fit children’s developmental growths using hands- on learning experiences. The program concludes with a Kabbalat Shabbat in Hebrew, accompanied by dinner.

Ulpan Horim (coming soon) is a series of classes offered to parents and adults. The program was created through our belief that meaningful Hebrew acquisition is best achieved through familial connections. When parents and children create a continuum of their learning outside of our classrooms, Hebrew acquisition becomes continuous, and meaningful for the family.

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