TALMID 2018: A Professional Development
Workshop for Instructors of Classical Hebrew

Teaching with Advanced Language Methods Including Dialogue

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A Typical TALMID Day

A Typical
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Sessions

Morning sessions at TALMID begin at 9 a.m., followed by a lunch catered at noon.  The after­noon sessions begin at 1:30 p.m., ending at 3:30 p.m.

Both morning and afternoon sessions alternate between plenary times (for explanation and demonstration) and break-out groups (to interact with and internalize what was modeled in plenary sessions).  Individual faculty assist with each break-out group.

Through periodic visits to the Flora Archaeo­logical Collection you will explore ways to enrich language teaching with material culture.

Evenings remain intentionally unstructured, giving opportunity for relaxation, networking with colleagues, or visiting the AU Rec Center ($20 fee for entire workshop period).  From time to time optional evening activities are offered, such as the Director’s Dessert Recep­tion (first Monday evening), and local free concerts in the park (Thursday and Sunday evenings at 8 p.m.). 

Several optional outings are available, including two museum tours and a visit to Amish Country (fees apply).  See “For Relax­ation” on the left.

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TALMID Workshops foster an atmos­phere marked by diligent learning in a highly interactive and practical format, mixed with laughter and opportunities for renewal and relaxation.

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