Hebrew/Lesson formats

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Some text to describe this lesson. Include prerequisites. May want to say something about the level of the lesson. For basic or introductory level lessons, have as few prerequisites as possible.

Vocabulary[edit]

Try to have 10-20 new words. Words from prerequisite lessons may be included in the vocabulary section and not count as one of the 10-20 new words.

Enter vocabulary words by part of speech using the Hebrew-Large template or the Hebrew-Vocab template.

אבגד -- translation transliteration

אבגד — translation (part of speech, gender, number, etc.) transliteration notes, links to lessons where the vocabulary is introduced

For letters, special words, verb roots, etc. you can use the Hebrew-Huge template.

אבגד

Use the ḥ for chet (sounds like the ch in Bach).

For more advanced lessons, you can use the regular size Hebrew template.

אבגד

Point out related words, for instance ones with the same root that were in earlier lessons.

Nouns[edit]

אבגד — translation (part of speech, gender, number, etc.) transliteration notes, links to lessons where the vocabulary is introduced

Verbs[edit]

אבגד — translation (part of speech, gender, number, etc.) transliteration notes, links to lessons where the vocabulary is introduced

Interjections[edit]

Other parts of speech as appropriate[edit]

Phrases[edit]

And maybe include some common phrases.

Dialog[edit]

Vocabulary in use

Integrate content from prerequisites.

Special Notes[edit]

usage hints (modern versus prayerbook Hebrew, colloquial use, more polite forms)

explanations of things that might be confusing

points of interest

Exercises[edit]

With link to answers. By default, the name of the answers page is the lesson plus /Answers. So the answers for "this lesson" would be at Hebrew/Lesson formats/Answers.

Integrate content from prerequisites.

Translations.

Fill in the blank.

Match vocabulary to the right term - translation or transliteration (how it's pronounced).

Practice without diacritic marks.

Related Lessons[edit]

Lessons on similar topics, for instance Hebrew/Meals on the Hebrew/Food lesson.

Prerequisite or more advanced lessons, for instance Hebrew/Family2 on the Hebrew/Family lesson.

If this lesson is part of a set with an order, give the previous and next lesson.

Add to the Hebrew category.