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January 23, 1987 - Image 74

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1987-01-23

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Midrasha Offers Classes

The Midrasha College of
Jewish Studies is taking regis-
tration for a variety of classes
for adults in the community in-
terested in continuing their
Jewish education.
Currently, there are pro-
grams leading to Bachelor of
Hebrew Literature and Mas-
ters of Hebrew Literature de-
grees, teacher certification as
well as life-long learning cer-
tificates.
Several classes geared to
teachers are being offered.
Philosophy of Education will
explore basic philosophies of
education as related to current
educational problems, with Dr.
Gerald A. Teller, superinten-
dent of United Hebrew
Schools, Feb. 2 - 23, at 7:30 p.m.
in Room 3.
Jewish Children, Jewish
Schools Dr. Avi Aharoni,
United Hebrew High School
principal, will delve into child
development and behavior
management strategies for the
classroom from March 2 to May
4 at 7:30 p.m. in Room 12.
Teaching the Holocaust -
The New Curriculum with Dr.
Sidney Bolkosky and Betty
Elias, co-authors of "The New
Holocaust Curriculum," will
provide pedagogic approaches
to teaching the Holocaust, and
will meet March 5 to 26 at 1:30
p.m. in the Friedman Confer-
ence Room.
In Curriculum - Theory and
Practicum, Mrs. Bea
Kriechman will provide
theories and models for study
with the end result of produc-
ing individual curriculum
materials. This class will meet
May 11 to June 15 at 7:30 p.m.
in Room 5.
The Bible in its cultural con-
text will be explored by Dr.
Tikvah Frimer-Kensky in Bi-
blical Culture and Thought
from March 5 to May 14 at 7
p.m. in Room 7.
All five courses are being of-
fered this semester at the
Midrasha-College of Jewish
Studies, Sigmund and Sophie
Rohlik Building, 21550 W. 12
Mile, Southfield.
For Hebrew speaking stu-

dents, Israeli Culture - The
Encounter with the New Land
from 1920 to 1987 will be of-
fered in Hebrew with Dr. Ab-
raham Balaban, assistant pro-
fessor of Modern Hebrew Lit-
erature, University of Michi-
gan. This course will deal with
the Religion of Labor, Uproot-
ing and Rooting, Building the
New Land, the Kibbutz, and
War and Peace presented
through modern Israeli poetry,
from March 10 to March 31, at
7:30 p.m. at Adat Shalom
Synagogue.
Teachers may earn credits
towards advanced degrees and
certification. For information,
call the Midrasha office, 352-
7117; or Phyllis Domstein,
354-1050.

Hebrew Lecture
At Midrasha

Pinchas Kahana will speak
in Hebrew on "Making the
Desert Bloom" at 3 p.m. Sun-
day in the Moshe and Sarah
Friedman Conference Room at
the main United Hebrew
Schools building.
Kahana's lecture is part of
the Hebrew language lecture
series, "Ivrit B'Tzavta" co-
sponsored by the Jewish Com-
munity Center and Midrasha
College of Jewish Studies.
Kahana is currently in-
volved in a Ph.D. program in
urban technical ad
environmental planning at the
University of Michigan. He
completed his undergraduate
degrees at Tel Aviv University
and the Technion. He has been
director of planning in the
Negev Region. His tasks in-
cluded planning and develop-
ing rural settlements with a
team of experts.
The lecture is intended for
students fluent in Hebrew and
Israelis.
The planning committee in-
cludes; Dr. Leonard Lachover,
Benny Schwarz, Dr. Irwin
Shaw, Dr. Milton Steinhardt
and Renee Wohl.
For information, call the
Midrasha, 352-7117, or the
Jewish Center, 661-1000.

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74 Friday, January 23, 1987

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

The Holocaust Memorial
Center will present a lecture
by Dr. Laurence Rudner, pro-
fessor of English at North
Carolina State University,
Raleigh, at 7:30 p.m. Wednes-
day in the Studio Theatre of
the Main Jewish Community
Center. The presentation is
entitled "Literature of the
Holocaust." There is no charge.
Dr. Rudner has just returned
from Poland where he served
as a Fulbright scholar. Much of
his time has been devoted to
exploring what has happened
to the once largest Jewish
community in the world under
Communist rule. Rudner will

return to Poland this spring to
continue his work there.
In addition to the Wednes-
day evening lecture, Rudner
has scheduled an informal
breakfast session with the
HMC volunteers on Thursday
at 9 a.m.
For information on the lec-
ture or the breakfast meeting,
call Selma Silverman, ad-
ministrator of the HMC, 661-
0840.
The HMC, meanwhile, will
begin a new series of five train-
ing sessions for individuals
wishing to become docents.
The five sessions are
scheduled for 7 p.m. Tuesday,

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