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January 22, 1988 - Image 80

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1988-01-22

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The Midrasha College of
Jewish Studies is offering
several classes this semester
geared for teachers.
"Critical Thinking Skills,"
based on Benjamin Bloom's
Taxonomy of Learning, will be
taught by Jessie Baker,
supervisor of the department
of language instruction who
is currently working in the of-
fice of curriculum develop-
ment of the Detroit Board of
Education. The class will
meet on Feb. 3, 10, 17 and 24.
"Tesa — Thacher Expecta-
tions Affect Student Achieve-
ment" will be taught by
Gwen Hairabedian, staff
development consultant of
Oakland Schools, March 9,
16, 23 and 30.
On April 13, 20 and 27,
Maxwell Nadis, former school
principal and consultant on
"Assertive Discipline," will
teach how to set clear limits
with appropriate conse-

quences for students in the
classroom.
Three credits towards
religious school teacher cer-
tification may be earned.
All classes will meet on
Wednesdays at 7:30 p.m. at
the Reform College of Jewish
Studies at Temple Beth El.
On the master's degree
level, a new course, "Exile
and Return: Historical Foun-
dations of Post-Biblical
Judaism," will be offered by
Wayne State University Prof.
of Near Eastern Studies, Dr.
Ivan Starr. This class will
meet Feb. 9, 16, 23, March 8,
15, 22, April 12, 19, 26 and
May 3, 10 and 17 at 7:30 p.m.
at the Midrasha-College of
Jewish Studies, United
Hebrew Schools Sigmund and
Sophie Rohlik Building.
For information, call
Marion Bronstein, 352-7117;
or Phyllis Domstein,
354-1050.

Registration Is Open
For Midrasha Courses

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The Midrasha-College of
Jewish Studies, a division of
United Hebrew Schools, is
now taking registration for
courses beginning Feb. 7.
Courses in Hebrew
language and literature are
offered from the beginner's
level to advanced and are held
during the day and evening.
Yiddish language and
literature courses include
"Beginner's Yiddish" and
"Yiddish for Caseworkers or
Volunteers in Gerontological
Settings."
A variety of courses are of-
fered in the Jewish Studies
program. "Aharon Applefeld:
Approaches to the.Holocaust"
and "Dreams and Realiza-
tions through Israeli Poetry —
Early Zionists to the Disen-
chanted" are being taught on
Monday evenings with Dr.
Abraham Balaban.
Tuesday courses include
"Synagogue Skills: Learning
to Chant Torah and Haf-
torah" and "Learning How to
Learn — Bible, Mishna,
Midrash" with Irwin
Weisberg and "Synagogue
Blues or What Page Are We
on in the Prayerbook?" and
"Rhythms of Jewish Living —
the Calendar" with Rachel
Kagan.
On Wednesday mornings,
Dr. Tikva Frymer-Kensky
will teach two courses entitl-
ed, "Megillot — The Five
Scrolls" and "Image of
Women in the Bible. Wednes-

day evening courses include,
"Hava Nashira — Songs of
Our People" and "Wisdom of
the Sages" with Irwin
Weisberg. "Mothers and
Daughters in American
Jewish Literature" with
Sharon Schwartz is offered on
Thursdays and a Sunday mor-
ning course entitled, "Rela-
tionships — A Judaic Perspec-
tive will be conducted by Rab-
bi Alon
Courses may be taken for
enrichment or for credit.

A variety of Jewish
Studies courses
are offered.

Credit may be applied
towards a Master of Hebrew
Literature degree, Hebrew
teacher certification as well
as a life-long learning
certificate.
A special program entitled
"Midrasha on Wheels" is for
nine or more people who wish
to study together on a non-
credit basis outside of the
Midrasha's Sigmund and
Sophie Rohlik Bulding. The
Midrasha will help design the
curriculum and provide the
resource person.
Midrasha courses are held
at the Sigmund and Sophie
Rohlik Building of the United
Hebrew Schools. For course
schedules or information, call
the Midrasha, 352-7117 or
354-1050.

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