The Hebrew dialogues are about everyday subjects, and therefore contain useful vocabulary items and sentences you might find yourself hearing or using in specific situations.
As you can see, each dialogue contains a Hebrew text with all of its vowel signs (niqud), a table of chosen vocabulary items and a recording.
We recommend you to start with the vocabulary table. Go over it before reading the dialogue. Check how many words in the table are familiar to you, and how many are new. Also, browsing over the vocabulary table would give you some idea about the content of the dialogue, so you could incorporate your prior knowledge about the subject once you start reading the dialogue.
The first time you approach each dialogue, you might want to do it with the recording playing in the background. this way you can follow the spoken text, pay attention to the pronunciation, and mark some words or phrases you want to listen to again.
You can work in pairs – read the dialogues together in turns, and then ask each other questions to which the answers are either in the texts themselves or not (depends on your level of Hebrew).
To memorize the new vocabulary items, we recommend that you would try to create your own dialogue about the same subject. You might choose a specific item from the original dialogue and develop it, or try to tell the same story only in your own words.