Parents: please email Principal Jeremy Freedman—before the Sunday of an absence—if you know your child will be out. Students are engaged in group and collaborative projects and are relying on their peers. It is also helpful for the teachers to know about absences beforehand. In addition, please inform Jeremy and the teacher when you are removing your child from class early. There have been times in the past when we have been looking for a child who had left early with a parent.
Here is the Homework that was assigned on January 7. Unless otherwise noted, it will be due on January 21.
Beginner (Level 1/2) Hebrew - review your letters
Catch-Up Hebrew - review pronouns, colors, time of day, pleasantries, body parts. Complete Birthday worksheets; be ready for quiz next class
Intermediate Hebrew - review words on The Seasons
Advanced Hebrew - none
Level One/Two: none
Level Three: ask your parents for their emails; write the answers to the following questions: a) In 1492, which was easier for Jews, to convert to Catholicism or to leave Spain? Give reasons for your answer with examples from the book. b) If you were a Jew living in Spain in 1492, what would you have done, convert or flee? Give reasons/examples from the book to back your response.
Level Four: Literature - read p. 1-19 in Rooftop Secrets; Comparative Religion Project: Group 1 Hinduism - Jonathan and Noah, Group 2 Judaism - Avery and David, Group 3 Christianity - Jason and Avi, Group 4 Buddhism - Brian and James, Group 5 Islam - Milana and Emma