Studies in Jewish Education VIII: Teaching...

THIS VOLUME FOCUSES ON THE PROBLEMS OF TEACHING CLASSICAL RABBINIC TEXTS.



Studies in Jewish Education VIII: Teaching Classical Rabbinic Texts


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Front MatterFront Flap Half Title Page Title PageCopyright PageTable Of ContentsIntroductionContentsTeaching ???? and the Thought of Max Kadushin - Joseph LukinskyPrologueA Brief Synthesis of the Principles of Kadushin's ThoughtThree AnalogiesThe Analogy to Grammar and LanguageHebrew Roots, an Informative ExampleThe Nimshal (application)Another Analogy: When Lawyers and Sages Find the Rule of Law. A Third Analogy: Narrative TheoryA Broader (combined) Nimshal of the Rule of Law and Narrative AnalogiesEducational Implications: A Step Towards the PracticalEpilogue: Back to Ben-ZomaA Pre-Curricular Study of Students' Attitudes Toward Family and Jewish Values as Reflected in Classroom Responses to Rabbinic Tales - Barbara WachsParticipant Observer ResearchParticipantsProcedureThe Second GroupCodingCoding TableReliabilityContentRabbinic Midrash and Jewish ValuesMETHODOLOGY AND METHOD IN THE TEACHING OF TANNAITIC LITERATURE - Pinchas HaymanStation 1 - Mishnah TextsStation 2 - Parallel Tannaitic SourcesOn Teaching the Meaning of Life - David ResnickThe TaleExplicationEducationTeachingAlternate ReadingsAcknowledgmentsReferencesUtilizing Literary Discourse and Reading Research to Understand the Difficulties of Talmud Instruction - Simcha GoldsmithDiscerning Essential from Non-Essential Information First Mention SequenceAssumed Prior KnowledgePresupposition and ReferentsHEBREW SECTIONTable Of Contents - Hebrew Back Flap Back Cover
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