Intermediate Hebrew

BA (Hons) in Theology - Year 2
COURSE UNIT 210

UNIT DESCRIPTION

The students are introduced to further aspects of Hebrew grammar in the order in which they appear in the chosen passages and in the grammar book used. The passages selected will normally include Jonah.

Optional for vocational college-based and non-vocational pathways.

Aims

To introduce further aspects of Hebrew grammar and enable students to use this grammatical knowledge for reading and translating a selection of biblical Hebrew texts

INTENDED LEARNING OUTCOMES:

CATEGORY OF OUTCOMEBY THE END OF THIS UNIT STUDENTS SHOULD BE ABLE TO:
Knowledge and understanding
  • demonstrate a developed knowledge of Hebrew grammar
Intellectual skills
  • engage in a detailed study of selected OT texts in Hebrew
  • discuss specific interpretive issues arising from those texts
Practical and transferable skills; personal qualities
  • give evidence of broadened and developed translation and exegetical skills in interpreting OT texts

Assessment:

ASSESSMENT TASK:LENGTH:WEIGHTING WITHIN UNIT
Formative:
  • Two class tests
¾ hour each
n/a
Summative:
  • An unseen examination

2 hours

100%
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Intermediate Hebrew

BA (Hons) in Theology - Year 2
Course Unit 210

Credits:

10

Level:

5

Hours of Learning:

100

Tutor:

Dr Hetty Lalleman

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