Hebrew Teacher for 2022-2023 School Year

by | May 17, 2022 | Day School Faculty Positions, Teaching Positions

The Hebrew Teacher will provide instruction to students to guide them in their acquisition of the Hebrew language. Working with the four language skills of listening, speaking, reading, and writing, the teacher will design & implement highly engaging lessons that involve students in actively using and developing their language skills at age-appropriate and developmentally appropriate levels. The Hebrew teacher will foster a sense of belonging to the Jewish people and cultivate strong ties with Medinat Yisrael (the State of Israel) and Am Yisrael (the Jewish people).
Responsibilities and Duties

Set high academic standards for every student in class while still adapting to the individual needs of each student.
Prepare lesson plans in advance that teach core objectives and principles based on the LGI’s (learning goal indicators) for each grade and level.
Daily integrate all four language skills into classroom activities and assignments.
Teach the rules of grammar and other nuances of the Hebrew language.
Track and report performance data to determine where changes need to be made and which strategies and methods are working.
Assess students’ abilities by applying the four skills and ensure that students are indeed progressing toward the goal of Hebrew proficiency.
Utilize pre assessments to gauge student prerequisite skills and inform instruction.
Contribute to and participate in grade-level, division, and department-wide programming.
Attend special events held by the school and engage with students and/or parents in an appropriate, friendly way.
Attend work a maximum of eight working days prior to the commencement of classes and two administrative days following the conclusion of the spring semester of the school year.
Perform other duties as may be deemed necessary for the efficient operation of the department and school such as lunch duties, carpools, clubs, etc.

The Hebrew Teacher must have a CAJE teaching certificate in Hebrew Language, a bachelor’s degree or higher, and the ability to teach all grades and levels of Hebrew. The candidate must have two years of experience teaching Hebrew. They must be proficient in the use of instructional technology and online textbooks, speak fluent Hebrew, build teaching units on a variety of topics in sequence order, and be able to differentiate the instruction to meet the individual needs of their students. Salary based on experience.

Contact email: dwald@posnackschool.org

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