"One of a kind Hebrew language curricular texts which are truly remarkable."

~ Dr. Doran Katz, Professor at The Hebrew School at Middlebury College

We are proud of our teachers and students!

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Investing in Your Teachers Means Investing in Your Students

We offer:
Academic & Pedagogical Consultation
Hebrew Curriculum for Grades 2-8
Instructional Coaching for teachers, department head and administrators
Professional Development 
Here are some examples you can consider:

  • Teaching Hebrew as a second language within the Proficiency Approach and ACTFL proficiency guidelines framework – from theory to practice.
  • From input to output - how to plan a good lesson?
  • Learner autonomy in the second language classroom - What, Why and How?
  • Let’s talk: How to promote oral communication skills among second language learners? 
  • Let’s read: How to promote accuracy, fluency and understanding of reading skills among second language learners? Practical 
  • Let’s listen: How to promote listening skills among second language learning? 
  • Let’s write: How to promote writing skills among second language learning? 
  • Let’s be practical: sharing best practices when we teach SLA.
  • Assessment and evaluation tools - Why? When? Who? What? How?
  • Why and how to teach culture and authentic materials and tasks when teaching a second language? From theory to practice.
  • Differentiate teaching in the Second language classroom.
  • Using Israeli art to enrich the learning opportunities.
  • Special workshops can be tailored to your needs. 
To learn more, contact us today to plan your Hebrew curriculum, next PD or coaching sessions!

The curriculum consists of 20 workbooks in different themes: Me, Friends, Family, the Seasons, Home, Animals, Hobbies, and Games. Each theme is divided into three different workbooks that allow continuum learning. For example, under the subject of 'My Family', in the first booklet students can learn about the immediate family. In the second booklet, they will focus on different families' characteristics, the Hebrew calendar and its connection to the subject of family. In the third booklet, they will learn about the extended family and the relationship between different members.

You are welcome to select the themes and workbooks you would like to teach and your students would enjoy!

You can combine different workbooks from other themes, i.e.: ‘My Family 1' and ‘Israel in the Four Seasons 2’.

For your convenience, here is the list of workbooks, themes and their levels:

'Shalom 1': Nice to meet you, My family and My classroom - Novice level $23.95 USD

'Shalom 2': My friends , My hobbies and My cloths - Novice level $23.95 USD

Shalom 1 flashcards: $52.00 USD

Shalom 2 flashcards: $52.00 USD

‘My Family 1': Immediate family - Novice level  $17.50 USD

‘My Family 2': Special families and the Hebrew calendar- Novice level  $17.50 USD

‘My Family 3': Extended family - Novice level  $15.90 USD

‘Israel in the Four Seasons 1’: Israel in the four seasons - Novice level  $15.90 USD

'Israel in the Four Seasons 2’: Winter and Summer - Novice level  $17.50 USD

‘Israel in the Four Seasons 3’: Fall and Spring - Novice level  $15.90 USD

‘Home 1’: My home - Novice level  $17.50 USD

‘Home 2’: Neighborhoods - Intermediate level  $17.50 USD

‘Home 3’: Houses in the world - Intermediate level  $15.90 USD

‘Animals 1’: Animals and characteristics – Novice to Intermediate level  $17.50 USD

‘Animals 2’: Pets – Novice to Intermediate level  $17.50 USD

'‘Animals 3’: The zoo and special projects - Intermediate level $17.50 USD  

‘Hobbies 1’: Hobbies and after school activities - Novice to Intermediate level  $17.50 USD 

‘Hobbies 2’: Youth movement - Intermediate level  $15.90 USD

‘Hobbies 3’: Questions about hobbies - Intermediate level $15.90 USD 

‘Games 1’: Games as exhibits in art and history - Intermediate level  $17.50 USD 

‘Games 2’: Rules and inventions - Intermediate level  $17.50 USD

‘Games 3’: Israeli games – Intermediate level  $17.50 USD

* A minimum of 10 workbooks from the same unit is required to make an order.

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Granite Ivrit is proud to offer our program books in a digital format. The digital books include interactive activities and audio. The digital version of the books can be purchased for students and teachers alike.

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Ketty Granite wrote and developed the Granite Ivrit Hebrew curriculum for students in grades 2-8. The Granite Ivrit curriculum is based on the Proficiency approach, the Communicative Language Teaching approach, and the ACTFL benchmarks. The program is offered to Novice to Intermediate levels. Granite Ivrit focuses on the three modes of communication while providing students with the opportunity to learn the language through different modalities as well as meaningful and hands-on activities, making the learning fun and relevant. Students learn all language skills and cultural aspects of Hebrew and Israel through authentic materials and activities while developing high-order thinking and collaboration skills.

Ketty Granite is an educator, speaker, and trainer, with vast experience in the field of teaching Hebrew as a second language. Ketty serves as an MA courses instructor at Middlebury College, Vermont, an instructor at the teacher education program for in-service teachers and a courses developer and a writer for the master of arts degree at Universidad Hebraica, Mexico on the subject of second language acquisition. In addition, Ketty serves as an academic adviser and mentors Hebrew teachers, coordinators, principals and administrators. She provides face-to-face and online webinars in pedagogy and second language acquisition.

Currently, Ketty is a candidate in the Doctor of Modern Languages (DML) degree program at Middlebury College. She has a Master’s degree in Educational Management from the Hebrew University in Jerusalem, and a second Master’s degree in Teaching Hebrew as a Second Language and Israeli Culture from Middlebury College.

Granite Ivrit is an exciting and innovative Hebrew curriculum offered to students in grades 2-8 who have already acquired reading and writing skills, and are at the Novice to Intermediate levels.

The curriculum consists of engaging student workbooks organized around a variety of interactive themes, all emphasizing the Proficiency and Communicative Language Teaching approaches, as well as the ACTFL benchmarks.  

Yes! Granite Ivrit focuses on the three modes of communication while providing students with the opportunity to learn Hebrew through different modalities as well as meaningful and hands-on levelled activities, making learning fun and relevant!

Yes! The curriculum books include a variety of assessment tools, such as success criteria, checklists, self-reflection tools, and more.

At Granite Ivrit we pride ourselves for the use of authentic materials and texts in all of our workbooks, including Israeli art, musical texts, newspaper clippings, exclusive interviews and many more, all relevant to student life!

Yes! Teachers using the Granite Ivrit curriculum are eligible for an online teacher guide for their teaching unit at no additional cost. They are welcome to a closed group where teachers and Ketty share ideas, photos, videos and more. With an additional cost, pedagogy guidance and guidance are offered.

Yes! The Granite Ivrit curriculum promotes independent thinking and group work through a variety of individual and collaborative projects. It emphasizes life-skills and allows for the development of higher thinking strategies.

Yes! Granite Ivrit offers the books in a digital format with embeded audio files and interactive activites.
Yes! Granite Ivrit offers a variety of options to purchase the printed and/or digital books.
Contact us today and I would be happy to schedule a zoom meeting or phone call with you, where I can introduce the program in more depth!