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intermediate Memory Game Lesson 10 - Ulpan
In today's lesson we'll hear from Noa about her job teaching Hebrew at the ulpan. An ulpan is a school for the intensive study of Hebrew that is designed for adult new immigrants to Israel. Noa will tell us about her students and the program.

The game consists of 20 cards that are face down. 10 of these cards have a Hebrew word on them and 10 have a picture. The objective of the game is to match each word with the corresponding picture and do so in a minimum amount of time and the smallest number of times turning cards over. You can open two cards at a time. If they don't match they will automatically turn face down after 2 seconds. If they match, then they will be removed from the board leaving 2 fewer cards. The game ends when all the cards are matched.

Play Noah's Ark. Challenge your reading and writing skills by practicing the phrases from this lesson using a word puzzle.
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