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The Comic Torah Blog
The Comic Torah Blog
Comices about the "Parasha"
Torah Tots
Torah Tots
a site full of fun activities and games for all festivals. There are activities for shabbat, Birchot Hashachar, learning the alef-bet and more. You could also find a summary for this week's Parsha and colour pictures of the Parsha.
Orot-Harav Kook
Orot-Harav Kook
The book- Orot in English
Orot
Orot
Some writings of Rav Kook in English
The Judaism site
The Judaism site
Divrey Torah, Parashat Shavua and articles. Information and updates according to the jewish calendar
Personal Educational Press
Personal Educational Press
A website that helps make bingo cards easily
Tanach Study Center
Tanach Study Center
Shiurim on Chumash, Navi, Chagim and more by Menachem Leibtag. In English and Hebrew.... In Memory of Rabbi Avraham Leibtag
Sharei Shechem-Torah Resources
Sharei Shechem-Torah Resources
Tora resources & transelation for the Tanach & others in English!

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Amalek - Parshat Zachor

Discuss Amalek, their history, and the relevant mitzvot relating to them.

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Slavery Today

Goals:

1. Slavery in Egypt

2. What is true slavery and freedom?

3. The impact slavery in Egypt continues to have on us.

Topic: End of Breishit/Beginning of Shmot - Slavery

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Devora Hanevia

Teach the story of Barak and Devora

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Biblical Leadership Shiur/sicha

The point of this shiur is to teach the chanichim about various leadership qualities, and to show them examples in Tanach where these leadership skills are used by different characters. Therefore the goals of this shiur are threefold:

 To discuss with the chanichim various traits a leader should possess and why these traits are so crucial.

To use the examples in Tanach as jumping off points for discussing contexts when these traits should be put into use. Try to think of other examples in their lives where this particular leadership trait would need to be employed.

To show the chanichim how the Tanach is not boring, but active and engaging, full of situations and characters that we can relate to and identify with. The characters in Tanach should be seen by the chanichim as “leader role models” that they can identify with and strive to imitate.

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