Batel G. Gollan

 

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Shalom and Welcome,

My name is Morah Batel Gollan, I am one of the Hebrew teachers and this is my second year in Ben Gamla of Kendall . I look forward to a wonderful year, teaching Hebrew and Art while engaging your child/ren, my students in the process. I am very excited about what your child will be learning this year in their Hebrew Class and Art Class, Check-it out!

I will be teaching Hebrew at a starting level, so we can grow together and accoplish in learning a new language. Further more, some of your children will be attending my Art class, where the mind has no limit in to expressing and creating great artwork and craftsmanship.


Middle School’s Ivrit (Hebrew) GOAL    

Our Goal this year for all Middle School, is to learn and master the Hebrew language through the cursive format. This format will help your child understand it’s basics and be able to read, write and practice it. Which will slowly lead in to using it in daily conversations and more. When learning any new language it is a growth process. So, we are starting at the beginning, and this will help your child understand that learning a new language is not difficult plus he/she be able to pick up another.

Art Class GOAL

Our Goal will be accomplishing great artwork through understanding The Elements of Art and using those tools for creativity, understanding of famous pieces and minds.

Please see Supply List:Art Supplies


8th Grade: In Hebrew we are growing in how to say, write and answer in Hebrew phrased questions. We have learned the basic of asking, “How are you?”, saying “Hello”, replying back to “What’s up?” and so fourth. While understanding what these phrases mean and how to use them. We have also moved on in our Workbook in Hebrew to Demonstrative Pronouns. Which help us understand to ask about someone or something with using the correct format, “ze” this, “zot” this, “zo” this, and “ehel” these.


7th Grade: In Hebrew we are growing in how to say, write and answer in Hebrew phrased questions. We have learned the basic of asking, “How are you?”, saying “Hello”, replying back to “What’s up?” and so fourth. While understanding what these phrases mean and how to use them. We have also moved on in our Workbook in Hebrew to Demonstrative Pronouns. Which help us understand to ask about someone or something with using the correct format, “ze” this, “zot” this, “zo” this, and “ehel” these.


6th Grade: In Hebrew we are growing in how to say, write and answer in Hebrew phrased questions. We have learned the basic of asking, “How are you?”, saying “Hello”, replying back to “What’s up?” and so fourth. While understanding what these phrases mean and how to use them. We have also moved on in our Workbook in Hebrew to Demonstrative Pronouns. Which help us understand to ask about someone or something with using the correct format, “ze” this, “zot” this, “zo” this, and “ehel” these.


Art:  Mosaic Art – is small pieces of color and color shade of any medium or other materials, that is assemblage together to create an image. We have combined the skills of texture, shade and color influence to help us create different style of mosaic. This has been a long and fun project!

Check out our Art Board:


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Check out a few Hebrew & Art Photos:


                         

If you have any questions please contact me at:

EMAIL: BGoldman@bengamlakendall.org

Todah & Yom Tov!

Morah Batel

Shalom from Middle Schoo

Middle School Hebrew & Art Teacher

Ben Gamla Charter School of Kendall

11155 SW 112th Ave, Miami, FL 33176