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Current Offerings

Most classes are taught by Sharon Mills and will be on Zoom. All classes are dependent on a minimum enrollment. Registration is required. Please contact Sharon Mills at millgarten@aol.com if you have any questions.

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An Introduction to Modern Hebrew

All Hebrew readers who are ready to venture into modern Hebrew are welcome! This course will be taught by Shoshi Bramin via Zoom. Students will need to purchase “Let's Talk, Modern Hebrew for Teens,” which can be purchased online anywhere you like to buy books.

Sunday afternoons, 1-2 p.m.
10 sessions from Apr. 11-June 27 (no class on May 30 or June 20)
Cost: $75 ($90 for non-members) + book

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Hebrew Reading 104

This course is designed for students who can read prayers in Hebrew, but would like to become more fluent in their reading and dive deeper into the Hebrew grammar, vocabulary, and context of the Shabbat morning liturgy. We’ll focus on the structure of the Shabbat morning service, bimah choreography, and skills such as having an Aliyah to the Torah, opening the ark, and dressing the Torah. We will use videos from pre- and post-Covid services at Beth Meyer to gain a better understanding of how Shabbat morning services are structured, what happens on the bimah, what happens on special occasions (holidays, b'nai mitzvah, aufruf, baby naming), and what changes have been made because of the pandemic.

Sunday mornings, 11 a.m.-noon
7 sessions from Apr. 11-May 23
Cost: $75 ($90 for non-members + $25 book fee (if you don’t have the book)

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Hebrew Reading 101

This class is for true beginners. We start at the beginning, learning the letters and vowels, and how to put them together to read words. At the end of the class, students will be able to read basic blessings.

Hebrew Reading 102

For those who can read Hebrew, but not quickly enough to keep up in services. Drills and practice, with a focus on vocabulary and grammar. This is a continuation from Hebrew Reading 101, but others may join in. 

Hebrew Reading 103

This class is for those who are reading Hebrew (even if slowly) and would like to increase their proficiency. We will use the book, Alef Isn’t Enough, which includes acquisition of key vocabulary from the Siddur, the Haggadah, and the Tanakh.

Hebrew Reading 103, continued

Continued from the summer/fall series, this class is for those who are reading Hebrew (even if slowly) and would like to increase their proficiency. We will use the book, Alef Isn’t Enough, which includes acquisition of key vocabulary from the Siddur, the Haggadah, and the Tanakh. (If you have not previously been in this class but would like to join in, we’d love to have you! We will be starting on Chapter 5 in Aleph Isn’t Enough. We have covered about 30 vocabulary words, 8 roots, and 4 grammar concepts. So, if you have studied a little bit of grammar and vocabulary previously, you may be a good fit for the class.)

Torah Trope Class — Learn to Chant from The Torah

If you can read Hebrew and carry a simple tune, you can learn to chant Torah. Learn all of the basics and sign up to read a Torah portion.

Torah Trope Refresher Class

Did you learn trope but haven't used it in a while? Feeling rusty? Or perhaps you’d just like a “refresher” class? If you’ve already taken a trope class with Sharon Mills or already know trope but need a refresher, take our Torah Trope Class at half price!

Tue, May 11 2021 29 Iyyar 5781