10th of Tevet

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10 Tevet

Teach the chanachim about the fight between the jews and the babalonians for Yerushalayim.

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10th Tevet

Why do we have asara btevet? Beyond that, why do we have to fast?

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Peula

A Jewish Lifestyle

v     The chanichim will want to be part of the life that goes on in

Israel.

v     The chanichim will hear what a Jewish lifestyle in

Israel includes.

v     The chanichim will realize that the Jewish life is happening and if they want to be part of it they should start get ready.

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Peula

Asara B'tevet - The Seige On Yerushalayim

To teach the chanachim all about Asara Btevet.

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Presentation

Asara Btevet Tekes

Teach everyone why we have 10th Tevet and why we fast.

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Peula

Chavraya - Aleph

Being that Sunday is the 10 B'Tevet, we would like the chanachim to be confronted with the question: why is remembering important?

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Short Article

Elie Wiesel's Book Night

The following are excerpts from Professor Elie Wiesel's book Night:-

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Short Article

From The Diary Of Donia Rosen

A short article for Yom Ha'Shoaa

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Holocaust- Background

The PPT is telling a little bit about the history of the Holocaust

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Peula

Holocoust

To give the chanichim a taste of how the Holocaust felt like

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