Last week we celebrated Yom Hazikaron and Yom Haatzmaut. The Shinshinim and students worked together to plan moving ceremonies for both holidays. We will continue with our Israel unit in class this week. We will be focusing on the development of Israel as a nation, conflicts, innovations, and Israeli culture.
Link to the Israel unit notes: https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1qoy2biFNniuumGa0PXZH602hr_dj9Qm7951SaLn4qCw/edit?usp=sharing
This week will we dive into a unit on Jewish History. Students worked in groups the past two classes analyzing and discussing various sets of Jewish values. Tomorrow students will share their findings with their peers in a class discussion. We are continuing to create connections between Jewish values and our everyday lives!
1. Rank the five most important values (most come to a group consensus…need to convince the other group members if there is a disagreement → compromise)
2. Create a group document where you:
- Explain why you choose each value
- Discuss the importance
- Describe the way it can apply to your life
Next week will complete our Jewish Life Cycle Unit. Students are researching, analyzing, and creating a video about a specific topic of the life cycle. Attached you will find the instructions and the rubric. Students will be given time in-class this week/next week to complete the assignment.
The grade 6 class has almost finished their study of the Jewish Life Cycle. Students are being asked to read and respond to the following questions regarding comforting and supporting mourners within the community. This assignment needs to be completed be the end of the period tomorrow. You can either make a copy of the document below or answer the questions by hand.
Comforting a Mourning Assignment Link
Shalom Kita Vav
Grade 6, I am so glad for you to be making a Hebrew book report!
I am already happy with your work even before reading your answers and thoughts! Well done for taking on a new way of engaging in Hebrew learning.
You can see your book report templet at this link, the due date is Wednesday, April 17.
Enjoy your Hebrew books!
Looking forward to reading your thoughts, ideas and understanding,
Shalom Grade 7 core Hebrew!
I am so glad that you are taking on the Book report/Haftara Reading Diary.
You can choose to do either.
Here you have the links to the templates for the Book report and for the Haftara Reading Diary.
Due date: Wednesday, April 17.
I am looking forward to learning about the insights and experiences you had while reading,
Shalom Grade 8,
I made you some example of the assignments that will make your final test. It covers part of what you would have on the test at the end of the year. The test will have a few more assignments which I will share with you later on.
You are welcome to download it at this link.
Date of submitting: Wednesday, April 17.
With respect to the level of understanding you demonstrated, it shouldn’t take more than 10 minutes a day for you to complete it.
If you need any additional explanations or guiding please let me know.
I hope you enjoy your learning!
As you continue to prepare for the Holocaust Unit Test, please remember that all notes and handouts are fair game for the test. Please review the study sheet that was provided for you last week.
Additionally, here is the link to the Kahoot Review game that will be played in class today.
Holocaust Kahoot Review