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Mrs. Osnat Goldman

Mrs. Goldman has served as an adult educator in Jerusalem for many years in Torah learning centers such as Midreshet Rachel and Aish HaTorah. Through her love of teaching and sharing Torah with others, Mrs. Goldman has developed an innovative and successful method of using basic biblical grammar and textual skills to discover the beauty and intricacies of Torah. Using this method, Mrs. Goldman has created a condensed learning seminar, titled "A Taste of Torah Text,"ᅠwhich hasᅠbeen well receivedᅠin various communities abroad.
Tanach Basics: Megillat Ruth

Tanach Basics: Megillat Ruth

Navi / Ketuvim (Bible: Prophets/Writings)
Mrs. Osnat Goldman

How can we understand the text of the Torah? In this course we will develop grammar skills which are critical to translating and understanding the Bible. In this semester we will learn Megillat Ruth in anticipation of Shavuot. The course is ideal for newcomers to Biblical text.   Torah learning on WebYeshiva.org in Spring Semester 2017 is dedicated in the memory of Yehezkel and Sarah Lemel z”l by their loving family.     יחזקאל בן אשר למל ושאשא יוכבד ז”ל ושרה מניה פייגע בת יום טוב וטשארנה רבקה ז”ל Click here to learn about their inspiring stories and passion for Torah education and Israel.    To find out more about dedication opportunities with WebYeshiva.org please contact office@webyeshiva.org.

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Bible Basics: Grammar Skills

Bible Basics: Grammar Skills

Chumash (Bible: Torah)
Mrs. Osnat Goldman

How can we understand the text of the Torah? In this course we will develop grammar skills which are critical to translating and understanding the Bible. We will begin with text in Parshat Lech Lecha. The course is ideal for newcomers to Biblical text.

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Bible Basics: Grammar Skills

Bible Basics: Grammar Skills

Chumash (Bible: Torah)
Mrs. Osnat Goldman

How can we understand the text of the Torah? In this course we will develop grammar skills which are critical to translating and understanding the Bible. We will begin with text in Parshat Lech Lecha. The course is ideal for newcomers to Biblical text.

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Bible Basics: Grammar Skills

Bible Basics: Grammar Skills

Chumash (Bible: Torah)
Mrs. Osnat Goldman

How can we understand the text of the Torah? In this course we will develop grammar skills which are critical to translating and understanding the Bible. We will begin with text in Parshat Lech Lecha. The course is ideal for newcomers to Biblical text.

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Yona for Beginners

Yona for Beginners

Navi / Ketuvim (Bible: Prophets/Writings)
Mrs. Osnat Goldman

Can one flee from God? What is the message of the Book of Yona – for Yom Kippur and for life? Develop your Torah skills in reading and understanding the text while you explore a deeper level of the story of Yona, which is traditionally read on Yom Kippur afternoon.

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The Descent To Egypt

NEW! The Descent To Egypt

Chumash (Bible: Torah)
Mrs. Osnat Goldman

A study for beginners of Jacob's sons' descent to Egypt, which ultimately led to the enslavement of the Jewish People by the Egyptions and their Exudus as a nation. This course will begin with Parshat Miketz (chapter 42 of the Book of Bereishit) and will focus on skill development to better read and understand the text.

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The Descent To Egypt

NEW! The Descent To Egypt

Chumash (Bible: Torah)
Mrs. Osnat Goldman

A study for beginners of Jacob's sons' descent to Egypt, which ultimately led to the enslavement of the Jewish People by the Egyptions and their Exudus as a nation. This course will begin with Parshat Miketz (chapter 42 of the Book of Bereishit) and will focus on skill development to better read and understand the text.

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Bamidbar for Beginners

Bamidbar for Beginners

Chumash (Bible: Torah)
Mrs. Osnat Goldman

You are invited to develop your Bible study skills in this course for beginners. We will learn the section of the Book of Bamidbar (Numbers) called Beha'alotecha (chapter 60), with a focus on building reading skills and understanding the text. Beha'alotecha includes some of the following topics: lighting the Menorah in the Temple, the second Pesach offering for those who missed the first, and several stories about life in the desert those forty years. For previous classes with Mrs. Goldman on the same topic click here.

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Bamidbar for Beginners

Bamidbar for Beginners

Chumash (Bible: Torah)
Mrs. Osnat Goldman

You are invited to develop your Bible study skills in this course for beginners. We will learn the section of the Book of Bamidbar (Numbers) called Beha'alotecha (chapter 60), with a focus on building reading skills and understanding the text. Beha'alotecha includes some of the following topics: lighting the Menorah in the Temple, the second Pesach offering for those who missed the first, and several stories about life in the desert those forty years. For previous classes with Mrs. Goldman on the same topic click here.

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NEW! Reading the Text: Yonah (September 2, 11, 16)

Special: Other Topics in Judaism
Mrs. Osnat Goldman

Develop your Hebrew text-learning skills in this class while exploring the story of Jonah.

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NEW! Eliyahu on Mt Carmel: Lessons Learned

Navi / Ketuvim (Bible: Prophets/Writings)
Mrs. Osnat Goldman

In Kings I, Eliyahu the prophet goes up to Mount Carmel and challenges the prophets of Baal. In this course, we will discuss the lessons that he and the Jewish people had to learn from this incident.
The course is for beginners to develop their skills in Hebrew grammar, translation, learning, and gaining deeper understanding of the text in order to learn how to take home the lessons of the story.

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NEW! Shaul and David: A Comparison of Kings

Navi / Ketuvim (Bible: Prophets/Writings)
Mrs. Osnat Goldman

In this shiur we will compare King Shaul and King David from many perspectives. The course will focus on skill development in reading and understanding text as we uncover these two dynamic personalities.

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NEW! Exploring Samson’s Story

Navi / Ketuvim (Bible: Prophets/Writings)
Mrs. Osnat Goldman

Learn the story of Samson in depth with commentaries with an emphasis on textual skill development for beginners.

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NEW! Introduction to Biblical Hebrew

Hebrew
Mrs. Osnat Goldman

  Mrs. Osnat Goldman will be teaching an introductory course to Biblical Hebrew. By the end of the ten-week course, students should be able to recognize the Hebrew letters, identify their sounds, and navigate a page of Biblical text. Click here for the syllabus and source book. The cost of this course live $150USD. To pay, please click here.

Note about payment: Full payment must be received before students will be granted access to the class. For questions about payment, please contact us at office@webyeshiva.org. There will be no refunds available.

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NEW! Starting from Square One: Building Hebrew Text Skills

Chumash (Bible: Torah)
Mrs. Osnat Goldman

In this course we will develop the necessary skills for reading and understanding Jewish texts in Hebrew. To do this, we will look at excerpts from the Bible and learn to read and understand them using the commentaries. This course is meant for beginners who wish to grow.

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NEW! Expanding Horizons: The Blessings of Yaakov and Eisav

Chumash (Bible: Torah)
Mrs. Osnat Goldman

In this class we will focus on developing the textual skills required to read and understand the text of the Chumash (Bible) with commentary. We will deepen our understanding of the blessings of Yaakov and Eisav, and try to relate to the concepts to our own lives.

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Exodus: Book of Shmot for Beginners

Exodus: Book of Shmot for Beginners

Chumash (Bible: Torah)
Mrs. Osnat Goldman

Develop your Bible-study skills in this course for beginners. We will learn the story of the Book of Shemot (Exodus) to build on skills of reading and understanding the text. For previous classes with Mrs. Goldman on this topic, please click here.

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Introduction to the Book of Shemot

Introduction to the Book of Shemot

Chumash (Bible: Torah)
Mrs. Osnat Goldman

Develop your Bible-study skills in this course for beginners. We will learn the story of the Book of Shemot (Exodus) to build on skills of reading and understanding the text. For previous classes with Mrs. Goldman on this topic, please click here.

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NEW! Continuing with Text

Chumash (Bible: Torah)
Mrs. Osnat Goldman

Continuing from the previous semester, we will take the next steps in learning skills for translating biblical Hebrew. We will look at a variety of texts to develop a better understanding of biblical grammar, and begin learning how to read and understand Rashi, a key commentator on the text.

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NEW! Beginner’s Biblical Hebrew

Hebrew
Mrs. Osnat Goldman

An introduction to the ancient Hebrew tongue, starting from square one. We will be learning skills for translating biblical Hebrew by looking at a variety of texts, developing an understanding of biblical grammar.

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NEW! Yaakov Meets Eisav

Chumash (Bible: Torah)
Mrs. Osnat Goldman

Learn the story of Yaakov and Eisav while expanding your Torah-learning text skills by studying Rashi through the lends of the Midrash.

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NEW! Expanding Commentary Skills in Chumash:Yaakov and Lavan

Chumash (Bible: Torah)
Mrs. Osnat Goldman

Learn the story of Yaakov and Lavan in Parshat Vayetze while expanding your Torah-learning skills with commentaries including, Rashi, Siftei Chachamim and Ramban.

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Taking the Next Step: Text and Chumash with Rashi Part 4

Navi / Ketuvim (Bible: Prophets/Writings)
Mrs. Osnat Goldman

This course is intended for intermediate students and those who already have some grasp of textual learning before starting Chumash with Rashi. The object of this course is to advance students' skills in both grammar and textual learning for independent study. In this course you will learn more about how to uncover the roots of Hebrew words, learn vowel patterns, word constructions, vocabulary, and grammar fundamentals. The course of study brings the learning of Hebrew texts down to a rudimentary level in an exciting and simple to understand way, enabling the student to easily grasp the mechanics of the language while studying Chumash with Rashi. The method will show how the language can be broken down, making it user-friendly, fun, and accessible to the student. This semester, we will begin learning the commentary of Siftei Chachamim.

This class is dedicated to a Refuah Shelaima (full recovery) for Stella Frankl, Tzuriya Kochevet Bat Sarah.

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Learning Tanach Text: Starting from Square One Part 3

Navi / Ketuvim (Bible: Prophets/Writings)
Mrs. Osnat Goldman

This course is intended for beginning students and those with little experience learning Jewish texts like the Jewish Bible. The object of this course is to begin building an infrastructure of both grammar and textual skills for independent study. In this course you will learn more about how to uncover the roots of Hebrew words, learn vowel patterns, word constructions, vocabulary, and grammar fundamentals in the Jewish Bible. The course of study brings the learning of Hebrew texts down to a rudimentary level in an exciting and simple to understand way, enabling the student to easily grasp the mechanics of the language. The method will show how the language can be broken down, making it user-friendly, fun, and accessible to students of the Jewish Bible.

This class is dedicated to a Refuah Shelaima (full recovery) for Stella Frankl, Tzuriya Kochevet Bat Sarah.

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Learning Tanach Text: Starting from Square One Part 2

Navi / Ketuvim (Bible: Prophets/Writings)
Mrs. Osnat Goldman

This course is intended for beginning students and those with little experience learning Jewish texts. The object of this course is to begin building an infrastructure of both grammar and textual skills for independent study. In this course you will learn more about how to uncover the roots of Hebrew words, learn vowel patterns, word constructions, vocabulary, and grammar fundamentals. The course of study brings the learning of Hebrew texts down to a rudimentary level in an exciting and simple to understand way, enabling the student to easily grasp the mechanics of the language. The method will show how the language can be broken down, making it user-friendly, fun, and accessible to the student.

Starting from our Winter Semester, we will be giving out Certificates of Completion for those who partake in this Tanach course. The certicate will be based on attendance and participation, and a short test to be given at the end of the semester. For more information, please email us at: office@webyeshiva.org.

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Taking the Next Step in Tanach: Text & Rashi Part 3

Navi / Ketuvim (Bible: Prophets/Writings)
Mrs. Osnat Goldman

This course is intended for intermediate students and those who already have some grasp of textual learning and Rashi skills. The object of this course is to advance students' skills in both grammar and textual learning for independent study. In this course you will learn more about how to uncover the roots of Hebrew words, learn vowel patterns, word constructions, vocabulary, and grammar fundamentals. The course of study brings the learning of Hebrew texts down to a rudimentary level in an exciting and simple to understand way, enabling the student to easily grasp the mechanics of the language. The method will show how the language can be broken down, making it user-friendly, fun, and accessible to the student.

Starting from our Winter Semester, we will be giving out Certificates of Completion for those who partake in this Tanach course. The certicate will be based on attendance and participation, and a short test to be given at the end of the semester. For more information, please email us at: office@webyeshiva.org.

 

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Taking the Next Step in Tanach: Text & Rashi Part 2

Navi / Ketuvim (Bible: Prophets/Writings)
Mrs. Osnat Goldman

This course is intended for intermediate students and those who already have some grasp of textual learning and Rashi skills. The object of this course is to advance students' skills in both grammar and textual learning for independent study. In this course you will learn more about how to uncover the roots of Hebrew words, learn vowel patterns, word constructions, vocabulary, and grammar fundamentals. The course of study brings the learning of Hebrew texts down to a rudimentary level in an exciting and simple to understand way, enabling the student to easily grasp the mechanics of the language. The method will show how the language can be broken down, making it user-friendly, fun, and accessible to the student. .

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Learning Tanach Text: Starting from Square One Part 1

Navi / Ketuvim (Bible: Prophets/Writings)
Mrs. Osnat Goldman

This course is intended for beginning students and those with little experience learning Jewish texts. The object of this course is to begin building an infrastructure of both grammar and textual skills for independent study. In this course you will learn more about how to uncover the roots of Hebrew words, learn vowel patterns, word constructions, vocabulary, and grammar fundamentals. The course of study brings the learning of Hebrew texts down to a rudimentary level in an exciting and simple to understand way, enabling the student to easily grasp the mechanics of the language. The method will show how the language can be broken down, making it user-friendly, fun, and accessible to the student.

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Taking the Next Step in Tanach: Text & Rashi Part 1

Navi / Ketuvim (Bible: Prophets/Writings)
Mrs. Osnat Goldman

This course is intended for intermediate students and those who already have some grasp of textual learning and Rashi skills. The object of this course is to advance students' skills in both grammar and textual learning for independent study. In this course you will learn more about how to uncover the roots of Hebrew words, learn vowel patterns, word constructions, vocabulary, and grammar fundamentals. The course of study brings the learning of Hebrew texts down to a rudimentary level in an exciting and simple to understand way, enabling the student to easily grasp the mechanics of the language. The method will show how the language can be broken down, making it user-friendly, fun, and accessible to the student. .

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Journeys in Tanach Part 4

Navi / Ketuvim (Bible: Prophets/Writings)
Mrs. Osnat Goldman

This course is intended both for beginners and for those with some prior textual experience.  The object of this course is to continue building an infrastructure of both grammar and textual skills for independent study. In this course you will learn more about how to discover the roots of Hebrew words; learn vowel patterns, word constructions, and grammar fundamentals. The course of study brings the learning of Hebrew texts down to a rudimentary level enabling the student to grasp the mechanics of the language. The method will show how the language can be broken down, making it user-friendly and accessible to the student.  PLEASE NOTE: This class requires a minimum of 10 paying students in order to ensure its continuation this zman.

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NEW! Step by Step Learning to Learn Tanach

Navi / Ketuvim (Bible: Prophets/Writings)
Mrs. Osnat Goldman

This course is intended for beginning students and those with little experience learning Jewish texts. The object of this course is to begin building an infrastructure of both grammar and textual skills for independent study. In this course you will learn more about how to uncover the roots of Hebrew words, learn vowel patterns, word constructions, vocabulary, and grammar fundamentals. The course of study brings the learning of Hebrew texts down to a rudimentary level in an exciting and simple to understand way, enabling the student to easily grasp the mechanics of the language. The method will show how the language can be broken down, making it user-friendly, fun, and accessible to the student. PLEASE NOTE: This class needs a minimum of 10 registered and paying students in order to ensure its continuation.

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Journeys in Tanach: Part 3

Navi / Ketuvim (Bible: Prophets/Writings)
Mrs. Osnat Goldman

This course is intended for students who have completed Journeys in Tanach: Beginners, or for those with some prior textual experience.  The object of this course is to continue building an infrastructure of both grammar and textual skills for independent study. In this course you will learn more about how to discover the roots of Hebrew words; learn vowel patterns, word constructions, and grammar fundamentals. The course of study brings the learning of Hebrew texts down to a rudimentary level enabling the student to grasp the mechanics of the language. The method will show how the language can be broken down, making it user-friendly and accessible to the student.  This class requires a minimum of 7 paid students in order to run.  If registration does not meet this number, the class may be discontinued.

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NEW! Journeys in Tanach: Beginners

Navi / Ketuvim (Bible: Prophets/Writings)
Mrs. Osnat Goldman

The object of this course is to begin building an infrastructure of both grammar and textual skills for independent study. In this course you will learn how to discover the roots of Hebrew words; learn vowel patterns, word constructions, and grammar fundamentals. The course of study brings the learning of Hebrew texts down to a rudimentary level enabling the student to grasp the mechanics of the language. The method will show how the language can be broken down, making it user-friendly and accessible to the student.

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NEW! Journeys in Tanach: Continuing

Navi / Ketuvim (Bible: Prophets/Writings)
Mrs. Osnat Goldman

This course is intended for students who have completed Journeys in Tanach: Beginners, or for those with some prior textual experience.  The object of this course is to continue building an infrastructure of both grammar and textual skills for independent study. In this course you will learn more about how to discover the roots of Hebrew words; learn vowel patterns, word constructions, and grammar fundamentals. The course of study brings the learning of Hebrew texts down to a rudimentary level enabling the student to grasp the mechanics of the language. The method will show how the language can be broken down, making it user-friendly and accessible to the student. Please note that this is a paid course.  The cost for the zman is $45 USD. 

 

 

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In Israel:

Please make your checks payable to ATID and send your check to:

ATID
9 HaNassi Street
Jerusalem 92188 Israel

In the United States:

Please make your checks payable to Torah Education in Israel (TEI) and send your check to:

TEI c/o Gorsetman
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Riverdale, NY 10463

In the UK

Please make your checks payable to: British Friends of ATID and send to:

British Friends of ATID
c/o Guyer
22 Teapot Row
Clocktower Drive
Southsea, Hants PO4 9YA


In Canada:

Please make your checks payable to Mizrachi Organization of Canada.

Please clearly indicate that the check is directed for ATID Academy for Torah Initiatives and Directions in Jerusalem, and send to:

Mizrachi of Canada
296 Wilson Ave.
Toronto, ON Canada

 

 

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NEW! Expanding Horizons: Akaidat Yitzchak, The Binding of Isaac

Navi / Ketuvim (Bible: Prophets/Writings)
Mrs. Osnat Goldman

In this class we will focus on developing the textual skills required to read and understand the text of the Chumash (Bible) with commentary. We will deepen our understanding of the story of Akaidat Yitzchak (the Binding of Isaac), and try to relate to the concept of sacrifice in our own lives.

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