Middlebury’s School of Hebrew

Middlebury’s School of Hebrew

 

Target Audience: Those who want to teach or learn Hebrew as a second language. 

Description: A total immersion environment with the Language Pledge®—a promise to read, write, listen, and speak only in your language of study.  Different programs based on language proficiency and learning goals.

7-week immersion program Students study Modern Hebrew while taking the language pledge (promising to only read, write, speak and listen to Hebrew while they are in the program). There are  levels ranging from 1-5, as well as some half levels, so this program is for students at virtually any level of Hebrew.  

3-week Lifelong Learner program  Students study Modern Hebrew while taking the language pledge. Students from any level are welcome to join. There is a track for adult learners during the 3-week program called the Lifelong Learner Program. We focus on pedagogy and curriculum designed for adults. 

4-week Classical Hebrew program  Students study Classical Hebrew while taking the language pledge (classes are taught in Modern Hebrew). Students need to have a level of intermediate mid in Modern Hebrew to join this program. D

M.A. in Teaching Hebrew as a Second Language  Students study on campus in Vermont for 6 weeks, then study in online classes during the academic year followed by another 6-week summer at Middlebury and another year of distance learning. Two year program. Students study on campus in Vermont for 6 weeks, then study in online classes during the academic year followed by another 6-week summer at Middlebury and another year of distance learning.

Graduate programs for students seeking a degree or graduate-level courses in certain content areas.

 

 

 

 

 

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Length of training additional info:Two year immersion programs – 3 and 7 weeks,  4-Week Classical Hebrew Program.
Cost: Week Immersion Program: $10,295           3-Week Immersion Program: $4,435            4-Week Classical Hebrew Program: $4,975           M.A. in Teaching Hebrew as a Second Language: $8,945 Financial aid is need-based. The max award for 7-week students is $7,200 and the max award for 3-week students is $2,200.
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