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By Adina Levine/Rydzinski Self-Defense in American and Talmudic Law
Racial identity, prejudice, and institutional racism. By Yehuda Hausman and Aliza Hausman.
This pack contains a selection of activities for young students (KS2) to learn more about the significance of the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child, specifically Article 31 - the Right to Play.
A set of lesson plans with exercises to teach children about their universal rights, with special attention given to the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child. This lesson focuses on Article 28 - the right to learn.
A set of lesson plans with exercises to teach children about their universal rights, with special attention given to the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child. This lesson focuses on Articles 29 and 30 - the right to develop their own personality to its fullest extent, and the right to learn and use the language and customs of their families.
This pack contains activities to help teach young students (KS2) about the rights of children and their significance for society as a whole.
This pack contains activity resources to help teach young students (KS2) about the rights of children and their significance for society as a whole.
This lesson, extracted from Keshet's Hineini Curriculum Resource Guide, invites students to put themselves in the position of the Rabbis who determined that the law regarding the stoning of a rebellious child was only intended to be studied and not to be enacted. Participants debate the law and the different conditions that the Rabbis created to limit its application. They are then asked to consider how this case of Rabbinic intervention and interpretation might apply to contemporary Jewish responses to homosexuality and the inclusion lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender Jews in Jewish life.
Tzedek has created this lesson plan for teachers working with 7 to 11 year olds. Through this lesson students will identify connections between our lives and those of people and communities in other parts of the world in particular looking at issues related to trade and our responsibilities as Jewish people.
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