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Words and short phrases serve as conduits to help people express feelings. Students will: Explore how new beginnings can be a source of both excitement and anxiety. Learn a Hebrew song on the topic. Examine Hebrew milot kriyah that express emotions that can be used as one approaches a new endeavor (new academic year, new situation, new school).
As far back as the Tanakh (Bible), Jewish wisdom has recognized that children develop in different ways and at different rates. Use these modern insights into child development to relate to each learner in the way that best suits them.
Classroom management sets a tone for the class and enables the class to run smoothly with maximum opportunities for learning. Use these resources to set up your classroom for success.
Learning happens in a place of trust and where caring connections are established among the teacher and learners. Use these resources to make your classroom a makom kadosh (sacred space) and boost learning.
Plan your year with this 2022 – 2023 pacing guide. The guide has space to write a topic or theme for each week as well as notes about special field trips or events. Sunday dates are already entered as are all major Jewish holidays. With a separate page for each month and extra writing space, this year’s pacing guide is even more helpful in your preparation.
Choose from two options: Sundays Only or Sundays Plus One Weekday.
Use these curriculum ideas with JTeach.org’s Welcome poster, which is available in the store. Download our curriculum guide to foster interactive experiences
Connect the Jewish New Year to the new school year: Use this activity as an anchor activity for when students finish with
Six word memoirs are a growing trend and a fun way to start the year as students write the shortest of stories
A welcome letter to your students’ parents can be a wonderful tool for establishing partnership between home and school. This letter-writing guide
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