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Shalom and welcome to MS Hebrew class!

 My name is Sarit Sabo. I was born and raised in Nahariya, Israel. I graduated from Bar Ilan University with B.A in  Education, Jewish Philosophy and Hebrew Language. This will be my 8th year at Akiba and in Dallas. My husband Rabbi Sabo and I are both teaching the kids at Akiba and in the Dallas community.

Our goal is to instill within them a love and a strong connection to ISRAEL. The Hebrew/Ivrit language, the Jewish state and of course get them closer to the holy Torah!  


Textbooks:  Bishvil-Ha Ivrit 1-4


Website:   www.neta.cet.ac.il

Every student has received a username/password for the Neta website(www.neta.cet.ac.il). This is the forum for some of their homework. This also provides students with a digital copy of the workbook should they forget it in school.

Teacher page: http://www.akibaacademy.org/apps/pages/index.jsp?uREC_ID=522895&type=u&pREC_ID=796696


Using the teacher page you will be able to keep up to date with homework assignments and exams, and always to be able to see pictures of the wonderful things we are doing in class.

Please subscribe to the page you will need for this year.


Homework: Students should be writing their homework daily in their planner/agenda to help them own the responsibility as well. I highly encourage all parents subscribe to the website to receive Hebrew updates. The Hebrew homework can be found in the Judaic binder behind the orange divider. This binder should accompany your child home each day and back to school the next morning. These binders are a critical part of the organizational skills they are developing in Middle School.

Curriculum and Materials: The "Bishvil Ha-Ivrit" curriculum and materials encourage an ongoing and dynamic interaction between content, linguistics, and skill development. They offer a wide variety of genres - prose and poetry, conversations, interviews, articles, notes, questionnaires and more; opportunities to master the 4 communicative skills -reading, writing, listening and speaking; and a sequential progression of grammar and linguistics. Active linguistic ability is built gradually along a sequential progression of increasing length and complexity of texts, richer vocabulary and greater syntactic complexity.

I look forward to greeting you on Wed. August 30, at Back to School night.

Sarit Sabo -Hebrew teacher 5th-8th



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Recent Posts

In Morah Sabo’s middle school Hebrew class Nadav Efrati, brother of Emunah (one of our bnot  sherut), visited Dallas and addressed the students in Hebrew about the importance of the IDF . He explained his position as a  commander with 60 soldiers under him.  He discussed the mandatory requirement to be a part of the IDF in Israel. He explained that the soldier upholds the premise of “ one for all and all for one” and how the army prepares one for life by creating independence for oneself  and consideration for one’s fellow man. This visit coincided with our very own Veterans day.

In Morah Sabo’s 7th grade Hebrew class the students completed the unit about Tel Aviv.

To conclude the study of the unit, Morah Sabo invited Mrs. Nechama Baron, a Hebrew teacher and the grandmother of Akiba student Shaina Rubenstein, to talk  about life in Tel Aviv when she grew up there many years ago and compared it with life there today. She spoke to the students only in Hebrew and the students were very engaging with her and proud of their ability to be able to converse with her in Hebrew.

Thank you to Mrs. Baron for offering this opportunity of not only speaking Hebrew but learning about a part of Israel too.