|Idade: 12-100||7163 Views||Vista|
Goal: Chanichim should see why Avimelech is such a terrible leader and what negative leadership traits we learn from him, and what happens when no one appropriate steps up to fill a leadership role.
|Idade: 13-18||7651 Views||Vista|
|Idade: 0-0||11728 Views||Vista|
|Idade: 0-0||8604 Views||Vista|
Goal: Teach the story of Barak and Devora
|Idade: 8-12||8991 Views||Vista|
The chanichim should analyze the leadership skills of Devorah and Yael versus Barak. Devorah and Yael step up to the challenge and provide leadership from the side, when no leadership is coming from the men.
The chanichim should start to see the instability of the Shoftim cycle – there is no one clear leader (Devorah, Barak or Yael?) and the disunity of the Shevatim (only the ones in danger come to fight).
|Idade: 12-16||7885 Views||Vista|
Goals: Teach about the general pattern of Sefer Shoftim, and about the events of Ehud
|Idade: 6-12||9135 Views||Vista|
Goals: The chanichim should see Ehud Ben Gera’s strengths as a leader, in how he used creative measures to save Am Israel, and how he used his own weaknesses to his advantage in battle.
|Idade: 13-18||10322 Views||Vista|
|Idade: 10-19||6852 Views||Vista|
Goals: Teach the story of Gidon
|Idade: 8-12||8508 Views||Vista|
The chanichim will see the creative measures with which Gidon fights, and how he has progressed as a leader.
The chanichim will discuss why Gidon refuses to accept the offer to become King, and how if he had accepted, he might have ended the Shoftim cycle for good.
|Idade: 13-17||8141 Views||Vista|
Goal: Through the story of Gidon, the chanichim will discuss the issues of:
When its acceptable for a leader to step down.
Striking a balance as a leader between helping the community and taking time for yourself.
|Idade: 13-15||7024 Views||Vista|