The Rosenwasser Method

In the 1960s Zvi Rosenwasser started to teach Hebrew to children for their Bar/Batmitzvah. He discovered very quickly that most of the children coming to him couldn’t read Hebrew at all, or only very haltingly. Reading Hebrew correctly and clearly is the basic tool that’s needed to become Bar/Batmitzvah. So, he started to develop a method of teaching reading that would suit all learners – academic and non-academic, those with a good ear for languages and those who struggle with languages.

You will find when you start this course that it doesn’t follow the traditional way and is more effective and enjoyable. This course makes it possible to read Hebrew within a very short space of time.

Try Lesson One and see how you go!

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What is it?

This is an unusual, effective and fun way to learn to read Hebrew. The course consists of 10 lessons of about 10 minutes each and is put together in such a way that by the 10th lesson you will be able to read.

How does it work?

Through the use of phonics and memory tags you will be able to start reading within a few minutes of the start of the first lesson.

Who is it for?

The course is for anyone of any age who would like to read either Modern or Classical Hebrew. It would be suitable whether you are a total beginner or need a refresher