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The Detroit Jewish News, 1993-12-17

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The Midrasha Center for Adult
Jewish Learning will offer adult
Jewish study opportunities dur-
ing the month of January. All
classes and programs described
will take place at Midrasha,
21550 West 12 Mile Road,
Southfield. There is a tuition
and/or materials fee for each
course or program.
Beginning the first week in
January, Midrasha will offer
two new 12-week Hebrew lan-
guage classes for adults. These
classes will end just before
Passover. An 8-week spring se-
mester will start following the
holiday.
Ronit Gutkovitch will teach
"Magic Hebrew Beginner Plus,"
for those with up to one semes-
ter of previous Hebrew lan-
guage instruction, on Monday
nights from 7:30 to 9:30 p.m. be-
ginning Jan. 3. This class will
include Hebrew reading, writ-
ing, and speaking.
Ahuva Newman will teach
"Total Beginner Conversational
Hebrew" on Wednesday nights
from 7:30 to 9:30 p.m. starting
Jan. 5.
Midrasha's ongoing Monday,
Tuesday, Wednesday, and Sun-
day Hebrew classes will begin
a new 16-week semester in
January. The starting date for
second-semester Tuesday class-
es will be Jan. 4. The schedule
is: Tuesday nights 7:30-9:30
p.m. Geri Levit will teach "In-
termediate Hebrew Reading,
Writing and Speaking"; Ahuva
Newman will teach "Continu-
ing Beginner Conversational
Hebrew"; Nira Lev will teach
"Advanced Conversational He-
brew." On Tuesday mornings
from 10 a.m.-noon, Nira Lev
will teach "Pre-Advanced Con-
versational Hebrew."
The starting date for second-
semester Monday classes is
Jan. 10. The following will be
offered: Monday mornings from
9:45-11:45 a.m., Nira Lev will
teach "Advanced Beginner Con-
versational Hebrew." Monday
mornings from 10 a.m.-noon,
Ahuva Newman will teach "In-
termediate Conversational He-
brew II." Monday nights from
7:30-9:30 p.m. Nira Lev and
Tsiona Ragowsky will teach
"Continuing Intermediate Con-
versational Hebrew H"; Ahuva
Newman will teach "Interme-
diate Conversational Hebrew
III and IV."
On Wednesday mornings
from 10 a.m.-noon, starting Jan.
5, Nira Lev and Tsiona Ragow-
sky will lead "Havurah Ivrit," a
cultural and political affairs
study group for very advanced
students, conducted entirely in

Hebrew. Nira Lev's "Advanced
Hebrew Language and Litera-
ture" class, which meets from
11:45 a.m.-1:45 p.m. on Sunday
mornings, will begin its second
semester on Jan. 16.
Thursday Hebrew classes at
Midrasha will begin their sec-
ond semester the first week in
February. Starting Feb. 3, the
following 16-session courses will
be offered on Thursday
mornings from 10 a.m.-noon:
"Continuing Beginner Conver-
sational Hebrew: with Ahuva
Newman; "Continuing Inter-
mediate Conversational He-
brew with Nira Lev and Tsiona
Ragowsky.
Midrasha also will present
several text study progams for
interested adult learners. On
Jan. 10 at 7:30 p.m., Midrasha
and the Cohn-Haddow Center
for Judaic Studies at Wayne
State University will present a
text study seminar featuring
Professor Marc S. Bernstein of

Many adult Jewish
study programs
are being offered
by Midrasha during
the month of
January.

the Department of Near East
Studies, U-M. The subject will
be "Midrash and Marginality:
The `Agunot' of Devorah Baron
and S. Y. Agnon." The series is
being underwritten by the
Cohn-Haddow Center, but
there is a materials fee and pre-
registration is required.
Jan. 27 at 7:30 p.m.,
Midrasha will present a text
study session featuring Dr.
Ellen Umansky of the New
York-based CLAL — the Na-
tional Jewish Center for Learn-
ing and Leadership as part of a
series titled, "Turning Points in
Jewish History." Dr. Umansky's
subject will be "Monarchy and
Prophecy." There is a charge,
and pre-registration is required.
Midrasha's CLAL study series
is open to any adult learner who
is not already studying with
CLAL as part of a study group
organized by the Jewish Fed-
eration of Metropolitan Detroit.
For information about He-
brew classes and other adult
Jewish study opportunities at
Midrasha, call Nancy Kaplan,
354-1050. ❑

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