In Level 2 of Ulpan La-Inyan, students enter the busy lives of Moni and Eti, a couple with a son named Rafi, who requires them to attend parent-teacher conferences more often than they'd like.
You may very well know the Hebrew words for teacher - מוֹרֶה (moh-REH) for a male and מוֹרָה (moh-RAH) for a female. The word for teaching, as in the profession, is הוֹרָאָה (hoh-rah-AH). Say the word out loud, and you'll find that it sounds a bit like תּוֹרָה (toh-RAH). That's because the two words come from the same root.