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Growing Jewish Minds, Growing Jewish Souls:  Promoting Spiritual, Social, and Emotional Growth in Jewish Education
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Growing Jewish Minds, Growing Jewish Souls: Promoting Spiritual, Social, and Emotional Growth in Jewish Education
Jeffrey S. Kress
Item #: 160010

What is the goal of Jewish education? Is it to fill studentsí brains with Jewish knowledge? Or is it to fill their hearts and souls with Jewish values?

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Aleph Isn't Enough: Teacher's Guide (PDF Download)
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Aleph Isn't Enough: Teacher's Guide (PDF Download)
Linda Motzkin
Item #: 208057

This the Teacher's Guide to the second book in the URJ's program for Hebrew learning for adults.

Electronic PDF download available, please contact Customer Service at (212) 650-4120 to Or...

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Aleph Isn't Tough: Teacher's Guide (PDF Download)
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Aleph Isn't Tough: Teacher's Guide (PDF Download)
Linda Motzkin
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Aleph Isn't Tough: Teacher's Guide
This the Teacher's Guide to the first step in a program of Hebrew learning for adults with no knowledge of the Hebrew alphabet.

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America: The Jewish Experience: Teacher's Guide
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America: The Jewish Experience: Teacher's Guide
Sondra Leiman, Consulting Editor: Jonathan D. Sarna
Item #: 208034

Aimed at intermediate grades (5-6), this spirited text chronicles the story of Jewish migration to America from the earliest colonial settlement in 1654 to the present time. Master teacher Sondra Leiman weaves fascinating stories into the Jewish American experience, making history come alive.

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Atlas of Great Jewish Communities, The: A Voyage Through Jewish History: Teacher's Guide
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Atlas of Great Jewish Communities, The: A Voyage Through Jewish History: Teacher's Guide
Katherine Schwartz
Item #: 223941

The history book you've been waiting for! Sondra Leiman's The Atlas of Great Jewish Communities is an adventure that begins in Jerusalem in the first century and ends, two thousand years later, in modern-day Israel. With compelling photographs, colorful maps, intriguing sidebars, personal ...

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Big Book of Great Teaching Ideas, The - For Jewish Schools, Youth Groups, Camps, and Retreats
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Big Book of Great Teaching Ideas, The - For Jewish Schools, Youth Groups, Camps, and Retreats
Shirley Barish, Illustrated by Ann D. Koffsky
Item #: 571205

Renowned educator Shirley Barish shares hundreds of fun-filled ideas for teaching Jewish subjects to children from kindergarten to high school. Classroom-tested for more than three decades, Barish's teaching gems are categorized according to age- and grade-appropriate activities and are organized...

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Big Book of Terrific Teaching Ideas, The: For Jewish Schools, Youth Groups, Camps and Retreats
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Big Book of Terrific Teaching Ideas, The: For Jewish Schools, Youth Groups, Camps and Retreats
Shirley Barish
Item #: 571305

Introducing hundreds of new and terrific ideas for teaching Jewish subjects to students of all ages from the author of the Big Book of Great Teaching Ideas.

Using proven methods, this must-have resource is designed to make Jewish learning a fun, exciting and informative experience...

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Gift of Wisdom, The: Teacher's Guide
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Gift of Wisdom, The: Teacher's Guide
Steven Steinbock
Item #: 208049

The teacher's guide to the book The Gift of Wisdom: The Books of Prophets and Writings by Steven E. Steinbock.

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Introduction to Judaism: Facilitator's Guide and Curriculum
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Introduction to Judaism: Facilitator's Guide and Curriculum
Compiled and edited by Stephen J. Einstein and Lydia Kukoff with Lisa Edwards, Marjorie Slome, and Hara Person
Item #: 208047

The facilitator's guide to the book Introduction to Judaism: A Sourcebook compiled and edited by Stephen J. Einstein and Lydia Kukoff with Lisa Edwards, Marjorie Slome, and Hara Person.

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Jewish Lives, Jewish Learning
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Jewish Lives, Jewish Learning
Diane Tickton Schuster
Item #: 160007

This unique book is designed to invigorate, enhance and promote adult learning. Dr. Diane Tickton Schuster's groundbreaking new book addresses key issues in the rapidly expanding field of Jewish adult education. Using stories of learners and teachers, as well as theories of adult development and...

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Jewish Response to Cults, A
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Jewish Response to Cults, A
Edited by Gary Bretton-Granatoor
Item #: 571209

This detailed program guide explores the reasons why Jews join cults and offers concrete suggestions for combating cult recruitment. A Jewish Response to Cults is designed for use with high school students but is easily adaptable for any age group.

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Kohelet: A Modern Commentary on Ecclesiastes
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Kohelet: A Modern Commentary on Ecclesiastes
Translation and Commentary by Leonard S. Kravitz and Kerry M. Olitzky
Item #: 160507

Using the classical commentaries of Rashi, Ibn Ezra and others, as well as modern critical scholarship, the authors have produced a line-by-line translation and commentary to accompany the Hebrew text of the Book of Ecclesiastes. The often-quoted Book includes both well-known and quizzical texts,...

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Liberal Judaism at Home: Teacher's Guide
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Liberal Judaism at Home: Teacher's Guide
Morrison David Bial
Item #: 203110

The teacher's guide to the book Liberal Judaism at Home by Morrison David Bial.

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Liberal Judaism: Teacher's Guide
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Liberal Judaism: Teacher's Guide
Judy Shanks
Item #: 203121

The teacher's guide to the book Liberal Judaism by Eugene B. Borowitz.

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Listen to the Trees: Teacher's Guide
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Listen to the Trees: Teacher's Guide
Gabriel Goldman
Item #: 208038

The teacher's guide to the book Listen to the Trees: Jews and the Earth by Molly Cone.

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My Jewish World: An Early Childhood Music Curriculum (Book/CD set)

Music can be a wonderfully effective teaching tool for preschool aged children. My Jewish World guides teachers through the process of introducing and utilizing song in the classroom to teach Jewish values.

In her comprehensive and easy to follow book, Judy Caplan Ginsburgh includes twenty-six songs, religious and secular, that will help to facilitate an environment of fun and learning. Each song addresses important Jewish concepts and many use Hebrew words and prayers. Judy provides comments, activities, and creative ideas, specific for each song, which can be used in the classroom to learn about being Jewish every day. The importance of saying the Sh'ma each morning, learning the Hebrew words for colors, understanding body parts, and the value of cooperation are only some of the Jewish concepts touched on in the book.

In addition, Judy Ginsburgh includes a list of suggested books for many of the topics. These books help to reinforce and expand the lessons laid out in the curriculum.

With a helpful glossary of Hebrew and Yiddish terms and the companion music CD, My Jewish World is a wonderful guide to making music significant in the Jewish classroom.

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Big Book of Great Teaching Ideas, The - For Jewish Schools, Youth Groups, Camps, and Retreats

Renowned educator Shirley Barish shares hundreds of fun-filled ideas for teaching Jewish subjects to children from kindergarten to high school. Classroom-tested for more than three decades, Barish's teaching gems are categorized according to age- and grade-appropriate activities and are organized by topic.
From history to holidays, dance to art, drama to song, Barish's ideas make learning what it was always meant to be: downright fun. Topics include: Opening day activities * Holiday ideas * Symbols, rituals, and concepts * Jewish identity * Israel. Teaching ideas include: Drama and storytelling * Learning games * Art * Research projects * Discussion activities.

A "Helpful Hints" section for new and experienced educators offers practical tips on classroom management, organizing tzedakah programs, and getting parents involved.

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Shir HaShirim: A Modern Commentary on Song of Songs

The Song of Songs, known in Hebrew as Shir HaShirim, is a biblical collection of erotic love poetry, a dialogue between two lovers. It was seen by the Rabbis, however, as a metaphor for the greatest love story of all, that between God and the people Israel.

Kravitz and Olitzky's original translation tries to recapture for the modern reader the beauty of the Divine love story that the Rabbis found in the text. Using commentary from Rashi, Ibn Ezra, Gersonides, and others, as well as insights from related contemporary teachings, the line-by-line translation and commentary breathes new life into the traditional rabbinic reading of this unique text.

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