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lectic scheme, tha t is to say a jo in ing o f essential elements of
language instruction in keeping with the aims and conditions
o f each situation. Use should be made o f course o f all effective
teaching aids where applicable. Careful consideration should
be given to the use o f d iffe ren t teaching strategies, such as phys­
ical exercise, games and dramatization (including psychodra­
ma), individual and g roup instruction and the like.
In sum, such an eclectic scheme can help markedly to improve
the teaching o f Hebrew as a living language. I f appreciable re ­
sults are achieved, many will be encourage to study Hebrew
and will thus bring closer the realization o f the hope for making
the language a common means o f communication for Jews the
world over.