“Hebrew through Movement,” a language acquisition strategy in which students learn Hebrew by hearing and responding to Hebrew commands. עִבְרִית בִּתְנוּעָה is an adaptation of James J. Asher’s Total Physical Response (TPR). While TPR was designed by Asher as the foundation of a full language program, it has also been effective in situations with limited language goals. Hebrew TPR has been used in Jewish day schools, camps and supplementary schools, but generally with the goal of introducing Hebrew as a modern, spoken language. You can view the website at http://www.hebrewthroughmovement.org/.
This is a free Pesach download. It includes pictures that illustrate words from the Four Questions. The unit's vocabulary can be found on pages 92 - 96.
This is a free download.