In a recent Hebrew 2 class the student studied a unit about ordering food in Israel. To conclude the classroom lessons, the class built a mock Shuk [market] in our classroom. The students wrote the menus in Hebrew for each booth: Drinks, Candies, Foods, and Salads & Sandwiches. They also wrote and practiced the dialogue in Hebrew that is used for transactions in a market and Israeli money was used to pay for the products. It was a great “live” experience that provided a way for students to transition from classroom learning to make connections to real world practice.