MESSAGES A TRANSMETTRE:
a) Expliquer ce qu’ont fait Avraham, Itsh’aq et Yaakov dans leurs vies.
b) Faire comprendre que ces hommes avaient des Midot, que l’on doit nous même travailler, en prenant exemple sur eux.
Message à transmettre :
Faire comprendre aux hanihim l’importance de la fête, s’assurer qu’ils maîtrisent
la Meguila de Ruth ainsi que les dix commandements en sortant de la peoula.
To learn the story of Akeidat Yitzchak
To understand that Akeidat Yitzchak took place on what is now known as Har Habayit.
To discuss the issue of faith and trust in both Hashem and other people in relation to Akeidat Yitzchak and our everyday lives
Discuss Amalek, their history, and the relevant mitzvot relating to them.
1. You will begin to understand the nature and uniqueness of the Holocaust.
2. You should be able to begin to understand the enormity of the "war" against the Jews.
3. You should begin to understand that the Shoah was perpetrated by human beings - normal people who were fathers, mothers, architects, lawyers, engineers, doctors, church-goers, cultured people.
Goal: To discuss why our tnua is named after Rabbi Akiva, to review the meaning
behind Bnei Akiva rites and rituals.
Peulah: You know your kvutza (e.g. whether they are active, contemplative, etc.) – select ONE of these peulot and adapt it as appropriate. You may be able to get through both peulot but more likely, one will take up the majority of your time, and you do want to save some time for going through and explaining the “rites” and “rituals”
Goal: To review the story of Yaacov and his dream and some trivia about
Israel, and of course to have fun!!
Goal: Teach the story of Barak and Devora
Goals: Teach about the general pattern of Sefer Shoftim, and about the events of Ehud
Goal: To teach the chanichim to be thankful for what they have ????