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Aleph Champ

Aleph Champ

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We are pleased to inform you of an exciting new program at our school!

Chabad of Cheviot Hills is changing the course of Hebrew reading forever with a brand new innovative, cutting edge reading system. Based on the martial arts motivational philosophy of color coded levels and testing, the Aleph Champion Program provides motivation and inspiration for Hebrew School students around the world.

 

Easily attainable levels and professional materials make Aleph Champ an incredible success. The Hebrew alphabet as well as the vowels and word formations were divided into 10 colored levels. The students start out as "White Aleph Champs", working their way up the colors of the rainbow to be a "Black Aleph" like their teachers.

 

Parents and teachers alike are amazed by the results. Students are motivated and have clear goals defined for them. Learning to read Hebrew has never been so much fun.

 

1.  White Aleph Champion – Master the first 18 letters of the Aleph Bet.

2.  Red Aleph Champion – Master all 31 letters of the Aleph Bet.

3.  Orange Aleph Champion – Master the first 3 vowels with letter combinations.

4.  Yellow Aleph Champion – Master the first 6 vowels with letter combinations.

5.  Green Aleph Champion – Master the first 9 vowels with letter combinations

6.  Blue Aleph Champion – Master all the vowels and exceptions to the rules.

7.  Purple Aleph Champion – Master reading familiar Prayers and Brachot.

8.  Brown Aleph Champion – Master reading important Tefillot.

9.  Gray Aleph Champion – Master reading from the siddur in a timed fashion.

10.   Black  Aleph Champion – Master reading over 100 words in a minute.

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In a mature tree, a gash here or a torn branch there is of little or no consequence. But the smallest scratch in the seed, the slightest nick in the sapling, results in an irrevocable deformity -- in a flaw which the decades to come will deepen rather than erase.

Hence the great care and vigilance required in the education of the young. The values imparted to the child must be impeccable, free of even the slightest and most "forgivable" blemish.