Learning Hebrew with Monty Python

I can get pretty creative (well, downright silly sometimes) in my BH classroom. I’ll do almost anything if I think it will help students remember a concept. If you are interested in understanding why some things “stick” in your mind, and why others fly out, you might like to read Made to Stick: Why Some Ideas Survive and Others Die, by Chip Heath and Dan Heath. That book is worthy of its own future post.

For now, take a look at an example of how some of my students indelibly sealed a verse that I taught them to sing in class (Ps 121.1, 2) into their memory.

Watch out Monty Python!

One thought on “Learning Hebrew with Monty Python

  1. Susan Michaelson

    I’m trying to figure out if there is any application for my 34 Intro to NT students!

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