Aleph Isn't Tough

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UAHC Press, 2003 - Hebrew language
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Piloted by Reform congregations throughout the country, the book is the first step in a program of Hebrew learning for adults. By carefully introducing the letters and vowels of the Hebrew alphabet, the goal is to develop the reader's ability to decode written Hebrew words as well as to ground the learning of Hebrew in the broader sense of its use in Jewish life, ritual, study, and tradition. Each chapter introduces two or three Hebrew letters; through instructional drills and exercises, the reader progressively becomes familiar with key Hebrew vocabulary and its role in Jewish tradition, text, and prayer.

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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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