A Light to the Nations

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A Light To The Nations

Grades 1-3

Goal:       1. to begin to teach the meaning of the term Or Lagoyim= the Jewish people as a nation have an obligation to act together in a way that presents the positive lessons of Judaism such as compassion, justice and charity to people who are not Jewish so the world as a whole can become a better place.

2. to teach the chaninchim/ot that by working together as a group (as a nation) one can have greater influence and impact than by acting alone Grades 4-8

Goal:  to begin to teach the meaning of the term Or Lagoyim= the Jewish people have an obligation to create a society that reflects the high moral standards of truth, honesty, compassion and justice that Judaism teaches, and this society should be a model for and influence all the nations of the world.

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A Little Too At Home...

The chanichim will recognize the powerful influence the culture we live in has on our lives, and on our values.

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Ahavat Olam, Or Lagoyim

Imbue chanichim with pride for what Israel does around the world

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Hotyavnut Vs Being Ones Self...

That the Chanichim will understand the importance of preserving and standing for our ideals and uniqueness as individuals and a nation, and see the connection to the “Mityavnim” –the Jews that assimilated with the Greeks.

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Jews And People Of The World

To identify those areas in which we can learn from our non-Jewish teachers and acquaintances, as well as the limits we must place on our interaction with these individuals

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Or Lagoyim

Objective:

(1)    The chanichim will discuss the different ways in which one can fulfill the role of being an Or Lagoyim.

(2)    The chanichim will realize that they can affect change in the world, and will think of an Or Lagoyim project that they can implement in Camp this summer.

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Or Lagoyim- “a Light To The Nations”

Goal:

To begin to teach the meaning of the term Or lagoyim= the Jewish people as a nation have an obligation to act together in a way that presents the positive lessons of Judaism such as compassion, justice and charity (the qualities we learn from Avraham Avinu and sefer bresihit). We do this so that to make the world a better placeTo teach the chanichim/ot that by working together as a group (as a nation) one can have a greater influence and impact than by acting alone.

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Seder--shfoch Chamatcha

To show that there are mixed messages in the haggada, the overall message being that we must have compassion for everyone in the world, even those who do not have compassion for us.

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The Little Things

To demonstrate that the little things we do actually matter. (Kiddush Hashem etc.)

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We Didn't Start The Fire

For the chanichim to realize that they should be and stay strong in their ideology and convictions

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Why Israel?

Aretz-Yisrael and Am-Yisrael are always in the head-lines-why? What's so special about us?

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