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Rabbi akiva lesson plan


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Rabbi akiva lesson plan

  1. 1. Lesson Learning Objectives Success Criteria Learning Activities SEN and G&T By the end of the I can / have…. (incl. Introduction, organisation, plenary and homework) lesson I will:2 1. Know the story I can Intro (Heb date on board) SEN of Rabbi Akiva SC-1) draw a map of Y (SC-3) Two qs on board to discuss in talk partners. 1) Age to Ch with motorLag in detail. the places where learn Alef bet. 2) Why we learn Hebrew. Ch write answers on difficultiesB’Omer 2. Understand R’ Akiva was. whiteboards. Feedback to class to create theirThe RabbiAkiva story that it is never SC-2) add explanations Main (Hand out JY books) place maps onin detail – too late to learn to each part of my Y (SC-2)Story of R’ Akiva. Why are we learning about R’ Akiva? compswithemphasis new things. map to say what Tell story of Rabbi Akiva (on slides maybe children can readon the R’ Akiva was out?) Emphasise that he was 40 when he started learning and Extensionimportance doing. Write aof studying he still managed to become a great rabbi because he put a lot of OR chronologicalTorah + the effort into it. Review LO’s/SC’s thumbs up for those achieved.fact that SC-2) write a report of R’ Akiva’sit’s never Y (SC-2) In JY books ch should draw a place map of R’ Akiva with chronologicaltoo late!! explanations or write a chronological report. life. report of the events in R’ Y Mini Plenary – Use visualiser (or iPad with AirServer) to look at Akiva’s life. some of the children’s work and discuss whether they have Think about why it achieved the SCs. is important for us SC-3) explain why it is Y (SC-3) Go back to qs from the beginning. Have we changed our to learn Torah. never too late to answers now we know about R’ Akiva? Ch to discuss in talk learn new things partners. Feedback. Compare answers with those previously using the story of given. R’ Akiva as an example. Y (SC-3) In pairs ch discuss questions on the board. Plenary Y (SC-3) Ch to turn to another person on their table and present their answers to the questions. One person from each table presents to class. Y Homework/Extension – add post to forum on MLE about why it is important to learn Hebrew and Torah. C Goldblatt – theLKgeek