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Hebrew Teacher Resume

Learning foreign languages and knowing more than one language is considered to be an added advantage for a candidate willing to apply for a job as a language teacher. This motivates students to opt for studying foreign languages other than their main language. For example, students whose main language is English might study German, French, Spanish, etc. Thus, foreign language instructors or teachers stay in great demand. Many also study foreign languages and literatures out of interest.

Hebrew is also one of the foreign languages which is studied by many. With over eight million people speaking Hebrew, we can say that the language has a wide reach. It is basically a Jewish language. Almost eight million people of Israel speak Modern Hebrew whereas Ancient Hebrew is seen more in books and literature along with being used for prayers.

A candidate willing to work as a Hebrew teacher will have to possess expertise in oral and written communication in Hebrew along with thorough knowledge of the Hebrew literature. He should also complete a major in courses such as Albanian Languages and Literature, African Languages, Literature and Linguistics, etc., which include Hebrew as one of their course programs and allow one to develop expertise in the same. The Hebrew teacher resume sample given below will further help one to apply for the said position.

Charles F. White
96 Thompson Street
Peoria, IL 61609
Phone: 309-337-1220

Career Objective:

Willing to work with some of the renowned language training schools or universities of Illinois. I wish to use my expertise and skills to spread the knowledge of Hebrew Literature and help in keeping such a rich literature and culture alive.

Career Summary:

Presently working with Institute of Foreign Languages (IFL), Grand Prairie, Texas as a Hebrew Language and Literature Instructor. I have been in this field for almost 6 years and developed expertise in Hebrew language and literature teaching, helping students learn the language and master it thoroughly. Prior to working with IFL, I worked as a Co-Instructor at St. Thomas Language Training School and assisted the senior teachers there.

Summary of Skills:

  • Expertise in Hebrew language and literature, sentence construction, vocabulary, usage of words, etc.
  • Expertise in English and thus in making use of the same to explain foreign languages to students
  • Thorough knowledge of the training and course curriculums of Hebrew language designed for students
  • Expertise in sociology and anthropology along with Hebrew literature, which helps in imparting knowledge to students pertaining to the rich culture, social values, traditions, etc., associated with the same
  • Expertise in developing course materials and planning sessions as per the grasping abilities of students
  • Excellent listening skills
  • Good coordination and communication skills

Professional Experience:

Current Employer: Institute of Foreign Languages (IFL), Grand Prairie, Texas (2011- till date)
Designation: Hebrew Teacher
Roles and Responsibilities

  • Report to the Head of Department (HOD) - Hebrew Language
  • Conduct sessions and segregate sessions in oral and written communication
  • Develop course materials and presentations, audio video instructional programs, etc., to help students learn and understand better
  • Keep a track of students' progress, conduct regular class tests, evaluate test papers, etc., and provide feedback to students
  • Motivate students to participate in intra-institute competitions pertaining to debates and recitations in foreign languages
  • Assign different written assignments to students such as essay writing, note making, etc., such that they develop an expertise using written communication
  • Motivate students to perform small skits in the class using the Hebrew language to build up their confidence in oral communication

Previous Work Experience:

A] St. Thomas Language Training School, Grand Prairie, Texas (2008-2011)
Designation: Co Instructor - Hebrew Language

  • Assist instructors in conducting sessions, developing course materials, making presentations, etc.
  • Assist in drafting test papers and evaluating the same
  • Provide assistance to students besides the classroom training to clarify their doubts


  • Degree Course in Hebrew Language from St. Helena's Albanian Language and Literature Program, Grand Prairie, Texas - 2008
  • Bachelor of Arts with Honors in English Literature, Peoria Arts University, Peoria, Illinois - 2006


Rodriguez K. Sheff - St. Thomas Language Training School, Grand Prairie, Texas (HOD)
112 Trade Center Street
Grand Prairie, TX- 75056
Ph: 887-225-8024

Rina P. Stevens - Institute of Foreign Languages (IFL), Grand Prairie, Texas
10th Park Lane Street
Grand Prairie, TX 75058
Ph: 887-205-2214


Charles F. White

A Hebrew teacher resume will thus speak about the candidate's expertise in Hebrew language, oral and written communication, Hebrew literature, etc. While training on the foreign languages, one must make sure that he develops an approach as per the requirements of the students. If someone wishes to pursue a course in this language for professional requirements, his requirements should be considered and he should be trained accordingly. This does not mean altering the course structure, but the teacher can help students in keeping in mind their requirements.

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