Our methodology and approach to teaching Hebrew is based on years of experience and our conviction that the most effective way to learn a language is through enjoyable, up-to-date and stimulating experience.
Various tools for various levels
Our aim is to help Hebrew students reach a proficient level of reading, understanding and speaking Hebrew. We offer a variety of learning tools in different levels as well as the flexibility to move from one level to another. We also make a deliberate effort to provide engaging articles, relevant dictionaries and fun games and exercises in every issue.
Current affairs in contemporary Hebrew
We want our readers to know what they are reading about, while learning the most contemporary and widely-used Hebrew. Our articles focus on Israeli and international current events as well as holiday content and Jewish values. We teach proper Hebrew as well as Hebrew slang words, commonly used phrases and even words that have been adopted from other languages.
Staying connected to Israel
Our newspapers do much more than teach the Hebrew language. While reading the articles, stories and news items, readers learn about life in Israel today, Israeli current events and Israeli and Jewish culture and tradition. What better way is there to stay connected to Israel than to read new and current articles every two weeks in the level students can understand?
A dynamic vs. static approach to learning
Our newspapers are written and sent out to subscribers every two weeks. They are always fresh and relevant, as opposed to other static learning books and Hebrew programs, as good as they may be, that quickly become outdated. This approach supports not only the learning but also the on-going preservation of reader’s Hebrew skills.
Something for everyone
Another unique aspect of our Bereshit Hebrew for beginners’ newspaper is that both kids and adult Hebrew students enjoy reading the same newspaper.
In order to reach the high level and the specific format that has proven to be highly successful, we have collaborated with many Hebrew teachers and new immigrants that graciously contributed from their professional and personal experience, and helped make our newspapers and other learning products the valuable products that they are.