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In 'Exodus to Deuteronomy,' the second book in the 'Parashat Hashavua' series, the student not only practices Hebrew readings, he also becomes familiar with twelve parashiyot from the Books of Exodus, Leviticus, Numbers, and Deuteronomy. Building on 'Parashat Hashavua, Book 1: Reading Genesis,' the student deepens his understanding of the practices and prayers associated with reading Torah in synagogue.
This volume, 'Exodus to Deuteronomy,' has twelve chapters based on selected parashiyot from four books of the Torah. As a group, these parashiyot explore significant events in our people's history, and highlight important Jewish ethical and spiritual traditions.
Each of the twelve chapters includes: Name, chapter and verse of the parashah -- Selected verses in Hebrew and English -- Summary of the characters and events in the parashah -- Review and comprehension activities -- Word attach techniques for analyzing key Hebrew terms -- Probing questions to stimulate critical thinking -- A mitzvah connection associated with the parashah -- Opportunities for students to read, write, and translate Hebrew -- "Become a Torah Reader" sections to familiarize students with Hebrew lettering as it appears in the sefer Torah.
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Book Description Behrman House, 2005. Paperback. Condition: New. Bilingual. Seller Inventory # DADAX0874416817