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Jewish Power Point

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  • 1. By Alexandra and Mary Kate
  • 2.
    • Before we start we’d just like to remind you to fill out you feedback sheet with complete sentences not yes/no
    • (Mr. R’s orders)
  • 3. Objects and Symbols
    • Kippah
    • Separation between God and humans
    • Jews (some) wear it for eating, praying, or they wear it all day
    • Shofar
    • Rams horn
    • Blown before Rosh Hashanah (New Year) and at the end Yom Kippur
    • The purpose is to “Wake Jews Up” and have them confess for their sins
    • Star of David
    • Named after King David who had the star on his shield
    • On the flag of Israel
    • Top point represents God bottom point represents Earth
  • 4. Rite of Passage
    • Important steps in life marked by rituals
    • Ex: a Bar/Bat Mitzvah, birth of a baby, marriage, and death are all Rite’s of Passage
  • 5. Rituals
    • Shabbat (day of rest)
    • Bar/Bat Mitzvah (You become an adult in the Jewish Community)
    • Going to temple (usually Fri. and Sat.)
  • 6. INTERMISSION
    • (This would also be a good time to start filling out your feedback form)
  • 7. Holy Writings
    • Torah
    • A sacred scroll including ONLY the Old Testament, A.K.A. the Hebrew Bible
    • There a 5 books Genesis, Excedus, Leviticus, Numbers, Deuteronomy
    • Is handwritten in Hebrew
    • You can not throw it away you have to bury it
  • 8. Holy Places
    • Western Wall
    • The last remains of an important temple in Israel
    • Temple/Synagogue
    • Place where Jews go to pray
  • 9. Unifying Stories
    • Stories that bring all Jews together
    • The story of Abraham and the Burning Bush are examples of unifying stories
  • 10. Holidays/Celebrations
    • Rosh Hashanah (the Jewish New Year)
    • Bar/Bat Mitzvah (Becoming a adult in the Jewish society)
    • Hanukkah (a miracle)
  • 11. Jewish History
    • The Holocaust was a time in Jewish history when Hitler the leader of Germany did not like Jews and killed them it was a very sad and big part of Jewish history
    • Anne Frank was a Jewish person living during the Holocaust
  • 12. THANK YOU FOR WATCHING!!!!