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September 30, 1994 - Image 98

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1994-09-30

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Midrasha Center
Plans Hebrew Classes

The Midrasha Center for Adult
Jewish Learning will offer two to-
tal beginner adult Hebrew class-
es this fall, one emphasizing
reading and one conversation.
Both classes meet on Thursday
nights from 7:30 to 9:30 p.m.
Susie Cook will teach Total Be-
ginner Hebrew Reading. This
year, Mrs. Cook is teaching Ju-
daica and Hebrew in the Fami-
ly Education Program of
Congregation Shir Tikvah in ad-
dition to their Hebrew teaching
at Midrasha.
Ahuva Newman will teach To-
tal Beginner Hebrew Conversa-
tion. Ms. Newman also teaches
Hebrew at Temple Shir Shalom
and Temple Emanu-El.
In addition, Midrasha will of-
fer a class called Advanced Be-
ginner Hebrew Reading, taught
by Ronit Goutkovitch. This class
will meet on Wednesday nights
from 7:30 to 9:30 p.m. starting
Oct. 5. It is designed for students
with some Hebrew reading skills
who wish to attain greater flu-
ency. Ms. Goutkovitch is a He-
brew instructor at the High
School and Elementary school of
Akiva Hebrew Day School
Many adult Hebrew classes
are also being offered as ongoing
continuations from the past year.
Classes, levels, and instructors
are as follows: Beyond Beginner
Hebrew Conversation (Beginner
Plus), taught by Ahuva Newman,
Wednesdays 7:30 to 9:30 p.m.
starting Oct. 5; Advanced Begin-
ner Hebrew Conversation, taught
by Ahuva Newman, Tuesdays
7:30 to 9:30 p.m., resuming Oct.
4 following fall holiday hiatus;
Advanced Beginner Hebrew Con-
versation Plus, taught by Ahuva
Newman, Thursdays 10 a.m. to
noon, in progress; Pre-Interme-
diate Hebrew A, taught by Ahu-
va Newman, Mondays 10 a.m. to
noon, resuming Oct. 3 following
fall holiday hiatus; Pre-Interme-
diate Hebrew B, taught by Ahu-
va Newman, Mondays 7:30 to
9:30 p.m., resuming Oct. 3 fol-
lowing fall holiday hiatus; Inter-
mediate Hebrew A, taught by
Nira Lev and Tziona Ragowsky,
Mondays 9:45 to 11:45 a.m., re-
suming Oct. 3 following fall holi-
day hiatus; Intermediate Hebrew
B, taught by Nira Lev and Tziona
Ragowsky, Thursdays 10 a.m. to
noon, in progress; Advanced In-
termediate Hebrew, taught by
Nira Lev and Tziona Ragowsky,
Mondays 7:30 to 9:30 p.m., re-
suming Oct. 3 following fall holi-
day hiatus; Pre-Advanced
Conversational Hebrew, taught
by Nira Lev and Tziona
Ragowsky, Tuesdays 10 a.m. to
noon, resuming Oct. 4 following
fall holiday hiatus; Advanced

Conversational Hebrew, taught
by Nira Lev, Tuesdays, 7:30 to
9:30 p.m., resuming Oct. 4 fol-
lowing fall holiday hiatus; Ad-
vanced Hebrew Language and
Literature, taught by Nira Lev,
Sundays 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.,
in progress; and Havurah Ivrit (a
discussion group for fluent He-
brew speakers), facilitated by
Nira Lev and Tziona Ragowsky,
Wednesdays from 10 a.m. to
noon, starting Oct. 5.
Prospective new students may
audit an adult Hebrew class once
at no charge to see if it is right for
them. Tuition is prorated for any
student who enters a class in
progress and has missed any
class sessions. Books and mate-
rials fees are additional.
For more information about
fall semester adult Hebrew class-
es at Midrasha, call Nancy Ka-
plan or Sandy Loeffler, (810)
354-1050. Midrasha is located at
21550 West 12 Mile Road, South-
field (just east of Lahser) in the
Agency for Jewish Education
building. For information about
flexible payment plans and/or
scholarship assistance for He-
brew classes or any adult Jewish
learning program at Midrasha,
call Sarah Peden at the above
number.

Aish Hatorah
Study Groups

Aish HaTorah's fall schedule will
include three new informal study
groups, called chavurot. These
will meet in Huntington Woods,
Bloomfield Township and West
Bloomfield. The Bloomfield Hills
chavurah will discuss "Relation-
ships, What Can Torah Add."
In Huntington Woods and
West Bloomfield, a new six-part
series titled "Jewish Fundamen-
tals" will be taught. Developed by
Rabbi Eric Coopersmith, nation-
al director of the Discovery Sem-
inar and author of Aish
HaTorah's adult outreach and
book, The Eye of the Needle, the
series deals with dispelling myths
and providing an understandable
and well-defined format with
which to understand what Ju-
daism is and what it offers its ad-
herents.
The sessions are as follows:
session #1 "The ABC's of Ju-
daism;" session #2 — Five Levels
of Pleasure; session #3 — Free
Will; session #4 — Love; session
#5 — Being an Intellectual; ses-
sion #6 — Plan For Growth.
All classes will begin in Octo-
ber and will meet in private
homes. For details, call the Aish
HaTorah office, (810) 737-0400.

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