עברית בתנועה
Hebrew in motion
 

We learn a language through responding physically. Just as we teach our toddlers by basic “commands”, e.g. come, bring, stand, jump, eat, in our classes the same technique to teach Hebrew language. Much of the new vocabulary and comprehension is based on an adaptation of Dr. James Asher’s Total Physical Response.Through TPR, students develop receptive language before expressive language emerges. Thus, speech production is the result of comprehension and language acquisition and not the cause.

the basics
Use these simple rules to support your child, students, parent, peers:
NO HEBRISH
If Hebrew is used students will respond
Students should be given the opportunity to succeed and excel.
Students should feel that the Hebrew language taught may be useful for every day life. 
Activities should be challenging and inviting.
The first steps are to teach through oral instruction and kinetic responses 
Language is internalized through a kinetic connection.
Spoken language can not be forced, it must be developed and nurtured through confidence and personal connections.

For more information, to schedule a workshop, or for consulting contact Drora at drora@arussy.com