עברית למתחילים- אלף בית ומילים בסיסיות ושיחות של יום-יום.אנחנו נלמד איך לדבר בטלפון איך לדבר בבנק וגם במכולת נלמד גם קצת על חגים אוכל וגם קצת על תרבות ישראלית.
Basic course of spoken Hebrew. We will learn the alphabet, and then learn some basic dialogues in everyday places e.g in the bank, the restaurant and grocery store.We will also learn a little about festivals in Israel and about Israeli culture.
I am very direct, and very warm. I am good at making an instant connection with the student, and helping him to feel safe and at home. This ensures a lack of embarrassment and a self confidence to have a go at using the target language. Often students are afraid of making mistakes, which is a key part of the learning process. So students need to feel secure and to enjoy the lesson. I use movies, pictures and songs to make the learning more accessible and effective.
City / Country of origin: London, England
Mother language: English
Spoken languages: French, Spanish, Mandarin
ABOUT THE TEACHER
Hello I am a British teacher of English and Hebrew. I have been living in Israel for 37 years. I have an MA in Literature, and teaching certification in ESL. I taught high schoolers here in Israel for 30 years and then I went to China and taught University students there. While I was there I learnt a little Mandarin Chinese but I am not that good! I used to teach only English but recently I have had many people request that I teach Hebrew, so now I actually teach more Hebrew than English.You are welcome to learn English or Hebrew with me.
BA (French, Spanish) University College, London, UK 1979.
MA (Literature) Hebrew University Jerusalem 1983.
English teaching Diploma International House London 1979.
Teaching certification in English as a Foreign Language School of Education, Hebrew University 1983.
English as a Second Language - Ort High school, Jerusalem.
INTEL- English for employees.
Hebrew University- Adult English courses.
Zhejiang University of Agriculture - English to English majors.
Xiamen University of Technology - English to non English majors.