Aleph Isn't Enough

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UAHC Press, 2002 - Hebrew language - 191 pages
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Following the success of Aleph Isn't Tough, this book continues to empower adults to learn Hebrew, focusing on the Hebrew that they use most frequently: that of the siddur, the Haggadah, and the Bible.While continuing with reading practice and writing exercises, Aleph Isn't Enough provides additional exercises on which to build solid translation skills. As students solidify their reading ability, they will also enhance their vocabulary, increase their familiarity with roots, and develop their translation skills. With chapters focused on the Hebrew of the Sh'ma, the Amidah, the Torah service, and the Haggadah, this book builds an understanding of the cornerstones of Hebrew grammar. Alternative translations of basic prayers from a wide selection of different prayer books are provided as well.
-- Large, clear Hebrew characters simplify reading
-- Multileveled format following Aleph Isn't Tough
-- Includes supplementary enrichment material designed to increase the student's knowledge of Jewish practice, history, and textsLike its predecessor, Aleph Isn't Enough was created jointly by the expertise of key figures in the field of Hebrew education and the experience and background of rabbi-educator Linda Motzkin, and piloted in Reform congregations throughout the country. If you enjoyed Aleph Isn't Tough, you'll love Aleph Isn't Enough.

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About the author (2002)

Motzkin received her M.A.H.L. and rabbinic ordination from Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion. She is co-rabbi, together with her husband, Jonathan Rubenstein, of Temple Sinai in Saratoga Springs, New York, as well as the Jewish chaplain at Skidmore College.

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