To compare this situation with Herzl’s Uganda Program and to invoke thoughts and discussion on why the two attempts at making a Jewish State outside of Israel did not work and also to teach history while creating a greater understanding of the importance of Israel to us as a people.
|Ages: 13-15||9581 views||View|
Goal: To get the chanichim to think about:
1-the challenges of Aliyah throughout history in different generations, from the time of Olei Bavel until today, and what lesson can be taken for our lives.
2-the specific hardships encountered by the immigrants detained in Atlit and why their situation was particularly difficult and historically important.
|Ages: 15-17||8448 views||View|
Ü To see some differences between life in the
USA and Life in
Ü To understand that it’s easier to live a full Jewish life in
Ü To learn that you must be fair to your peers if you want them to be fair to you.
Ü To improve the group dynamics of your group.
|Ages: 6-18||2885 views||View|
Objective: The chanichim will realize the complexity and the different sides of the issue of who is a real Zionist. Namely, that an American sending money to support the State of Israel, though important, today may not be considered by everyone to be a real Zionist.
|Ages: 8-14||3798 views||View|
Background: Chaluziut is loosely translated as “pioneering” but we will see how the definition can be sharpened.
Goals:The chanichim will be able to define what Chaluziut is. They will compare the original definition given in Tanach to how modern Zionisim defines “the Chalutz.” Different characteristics of “the Chalutz” should be discussed. Does being a Chalutz describe one aspect of life, or is it a philosophy of life? To what extent are we Chaluzim? The chanichim will also be able to give examples of individual Chaluzim who have impacted
|Ages: 13-15||8288 views||View|