YOUTH/TEEN Select Section WEEKLY Parasha Parashat Vayigash Part 4 SHIURIM & COMMENTARIES


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Vayigash Part 1 (english)   Vayigash   Part 2 (hebrew)  

Parashat Vayigash  Part 3 (spanish, portugeese, italian, german, russian,  turkish)

   Vayigash Part 4 (YOUTH/TEEN)         Vayigash The Jewish Woman

Parshat Vayigash: Joseph’s Family Reunion

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Are you ready for Joseph’s big reveal? Judah and his brothers are in for an ancient Biblical extreme makeover, as Liz Nord tells the tale, when they find out who’s *really* Pharoah’s right hand man in Egypt.

This is Episode 11 of the weekly Torah cartoon from G-dcast.com. Each week, a different storyteller – some musical, some poetic, some just straight-up, tell the story of the current Torah portion…and then we animate it!

G-dcast Presents Bereshit v

Le générique de LA PARACHA AVEC BOUBACH Saison 2 !!

Vayigach : La Paracha avec Boubach saison 2 !!

Voici la nouvelle émission de 613tv conçue et présentée par Michael Broll !
Avec Boubach découvrez les trésors de la Torah à travers la paracha de la semaine !!!!!!! Un rendez-vous a ne pas manquer et à partager avec tous vos amis !…

Here is the new issue of 613tv designed and presented by Michael Broll!
With Boubach discover the treasures of the Torah through the parsha of the week!!! An appointment not to be missed and share with all your friends!

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WEEKLY TORAH FOR KIDS: Parshat Vayigash

Tevet 2, 5774 · December 5, 2013
She Built a Website for Mitzvot!
Hey Kids,Hope you all had a great Chanukah!12-year-old Eden started her own website to get her friends to do Mitzvot.Sara and Avi also try to do Mitzvot, but they use a boat to help them get it done.What special Mitzvah have you been doing? Send us your artwork, writing, or video so that we can feature you right here on our site!

Shabbat Shalom!

Your Friends @ Jewishkids.org

This Week’s Features

Join kids on the search for Mitzvot to do!

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Can a spider shape history?

What happens when an inkwell tips over?

Watch Watch (7:46)

What is this cow up to?

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Can kids learn how to bake Challah?

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Tevet 1, 5774 · December 4, 2013
Living with the Parsha: Shepherds

Eric and Benny sat poised in front of Benny’s computer. They were doing a project about agriculture in their Economics class. The project was very interesting, because in order to understand how farmers would operate, their teacher had obtained a computer program like Sim City, but instead of building a town or city, this program allowed the player to be a farmer. They could buy and sell land and animals, and help them grow and keep them healthy by choosing the right food and pastures, and they also had to learn how to sell the produce the farm, like milk and grain.

‘You know,’ said Benny, ‘Every time we tell the computer to take the sheep out into the fields so they can graze, I remember how we learned that the Patriarchs and the early ancestors of the Jewish people were farmers and would pasture their sheep’.

Eric laughed, but he was focused on trying to understand how to find a cheat to get more land for free.

‘Come on Eric!’ exclaimed Benny exasperated, ‘that’s no way to learn Economics – besides this is an educational program – it probably doesn’t have any cheats’.

Eric smiled, ‘You are right’, he said, ‘I was just checking to see’.

‘Well it’s not even good to check’, Benny said, ‘and besides,’ he said softening his tone; ‘if you do things in the right way then you always come out a winner’.

‘I agree!’ said Eric, ‘In fact I saw a similar idea in there just today’, he said pointing to his new book of the Torah, ‘I was reading about how Joseph brings his father and brothers to live in Egypt…’

As Benny listened he picked up the large volume, inspecting it.

‘So when they arrive Joseph takes some of his brothers to introduce them to Pharaoh, the King, and he says to them “When Pharaoh asks you what your job is, tell him the truth, that you and your forefathers have always been shepherds”. So this is what the brothers tell Pharaoh and in turn Pharaoh says to them, “in that case you can live in the best pasture land of the land of Egypt, in the land of Goshen, and not only that, you may have the responsibility of pasturing my sheep too!”.

‘Interesting,’ said Benny. ‘So that meant all the Jewish people were able to live together’.

‘And that’s how they became a nation,’ he added, as they both turned back to their computer program. ‘So I guess,’ said Eric putting on his best farmer voice, ‘we will need to sell a little more produce so we can afford more pasture land for the sheep…’

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YOUTH/TEEN Select Section WEEKLY Parasha Parashat Miketz Part 4 SHIURIM & COMMENTARIES

Miketz Part 1 (english)   Miketz  Part 2 (hebrew)  

Parashat Miketz  Part 3 (spanish, portugeese, italian, german, russian,  turkish)

 Miketz Part 4 (YOUTH/TEEN)       Miketz   The Jewish Woman

Parshat Miketz: Joseph interprets dreams

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Parshat Miketz is positively dreamy. From cows to corn, this story is full of enigmatic clues to what’s up in Egypt. Sociologist Tobin Belzer brings us inside the brain of the great dream interpreter: Joseph.

This is Episode 10 of the weekly Torah cartoon from G-dcast.com. Each week, a different storyteller – some musical, some poetic, some just straight-up, tell the story of the current Torah portion…and then we animate it!

Parshat

The Chanukah story for kids, from G-dcast

Share Chanukah story with friends and kids with this easy to understand story about why Jews celebrate miracles. A great introduction for kids 6 and up.

http://www.g-dcast.com/chanukah
Download the Curriculum: http://www.g-dcast.com/chanukah-lesso…

Mikets : La Paracha avec Boubach saison 2 !!

Voici la nouvelle émission de 613tv conçue et présentée par Michael Broll !
Avec Boubach découvrez les trésors de la Torah à travers la paracha de la semaine !!!!!!! Un rendez-vous a ne pas manquer et à partager avec tous vos amis !…

Here is the new issue of 613tv designed and presented by Michael Broll!
With Boubach discover the treasures of the Torah through the parsha of the week!!! An appointment not to be missed and share with all your friends! ..

Hanouka : l’émission spéciale de Boubach !!!

En l’honneur de Hanouka voici une émission spéciale pour tous les fans de Boubach et de ses amis ! Un monde a découvrir sur http://www.boubach.fr

Kislev 23, 5774 · November 26, 2013
Chanukah Begins Wednesday!
Hey Kids!It’s finally here – the first night of Chanukah is Wednesday, November 27!See the links below for instructions on how to light your menorah, how to make latkes or dreidels, and a whole collection of songs and videos for your family to enjoy.Happy Chanukah!Your Friends @ Chabad.org/kids (jewishkids.org
This Week’s Features

AN ANIMATED CHANUKAH ADVENTURE

When, where, and how to light!

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Printable guide for Menorah Lighting

Hanukkah songs, blessings, and lyrics for the whole family

Join Ruth in making potato latkes for Chanukah

Origami Chanukah fun!

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Kislev 24, 5774 · November 27, 2013
Living with the Parsha: Captive in New York

Adam unlocked his bicycle and put on his helmet. As he cycled away from the school building, the knot inside his stomach seemed to loosen, and after the ten minute ride home through the leafy park he was beginning to feel almost himself. His father was just parking his car when Adam came up to the house. Adam waved and the two walked into the house together.

The carpet was stiff and the house still smelt of fresh paint. “Welcome home”, called out Judy, Adam’s sister. Home? Adam thought to himself. This isn’t home. Home is in Florida; this is New York. Adam’s family had moved to New York just over a month ago and Adam was having a hard time adjusting. The boys in his new school were very friendly, and they really did try to make him feel comfortable, but they weren’t the same as his old friends – Misha, Rafi, Dan. None of this sort of thing seemed to bother anyone else in the family and Adam was really feeling quite miserable about life in general.

His sister Judy was at a friend’s house that evening, so Adam was eating supper alone with his parents. “So how was the big math test Adam?” his mother asked at supper.

“We only had half of it today.” Adam answered. “The other half is tomorrow, so I’ll have to really revise everything tonight.”

“Well, how was the bit that you did today?” asked his father. Adam made a face. “Awful actually. They seem to be doing things in a completely different order than we did in my old school, and I’m really lost most of the time. They told me what would be on the test, and I have the textbook. It all seemed very straightforward when I read it before, but at the test it was really difficult.”

His mother nodded her head sympathetically. “Well, if you like I’ll be happy to go through the new things with you tonight. How is everything else in school?”

Adam shrugged “couldn’t be much worse”, he mumbled. He had complained quite a bit since the family had moved, and he thought it wise to keep quiet this time. His parents knew what he didn’t like about his new school.

His mother smiled at him. “You know Adam, in the Torah portion this week it’s continuing the story of Joseph. Last week it spoke about Joseph being thrown in a pit by his brothers, being sold into slavery, going down to Egypt, being wrongly accused by Potiphar’s wife, and then being thrown into prison. You can imagine that for Joseph at that time, his life couldn’t have seemed much worse. All of a sudden though, at the beginning of this week’s portion, Joseph is remembered by a former inmate of the prison as a wonderful dream interpreter, who passes on this information to Pharaoh, king of Egypt. Joseph is called on to interpret the Pharaoh’s dreams and in a very short period of time Joseph moves from being a prisoner to the viceroy of Pharaoh. From the bleakest point in his life he moved to suddenly become a wise and powerful leader. I am not trying to suggest that you will suddenly find yourself next week Mayor of New York or something, but maybe if you keep your spirits up then life will begin to get more enjoyable.”

Adam smiled. Well, maybe with a bit more effort on my part, he thought to himself. “Perhaps I should start explaining people’s dreams,” he said.

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YOUTH/TEEN Select Section WEEKLY Parasha Parashat Vayeshev Part 4 SHIURIM & COMMENTARIES

Vayeshev Part 1 (english)   Vayeshev Part 2 (hebrew)  

Parashat Vayeshev Part 3 (spanish, portugeese, italian, german, russian,  turkish)

 Vayeshev Part 4 (YOUTH/TEEN)    Vayeshev   The Jewish Woman

Parshat Vayeshev english

Remember Joseph? Yeah, the many-colored-coat guy. Well, it seems to bring out the nasty in a bunch of Original Ganstas – Joseph’s bros. Hip Hop artist Daniel Silverstein (aka Anomaly MC) lays down the story for us in rhyme.

This is Episode 9 of the weekly Torah cartoon from G-dcast.com. Each week, a different storyteller – some musical, some poetic, some just straight-up, tell the story of the current Torah portion…and then we animate it!

Parshat Vayeshev: Joseph and his Colorful Coat

english

http://www.g-dcast.com/vayeshev
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Remember Joseph? Yeah, the many-colored-coat guy. Well, it seems to bring out the nasty in a bunch of Original Ganstas – Joseph’s bros. Hip Hop artist Daniel Silverstein (aka Danny Raphael) lays down the story for us in rhyme.

This is Episode 9 of the weekly Torah cartoon from G-dcast.com. Each week, a different storyteller – some musical, some poetic, some just straight-up, tell the story of the current Torah portion…and then we animate it!

Vayechev : La Paracha avec Boubach saison 2 !! french

Voici la nouvelle émission de 613tv conçue et présentée par Michael Broll !
Avec Boubach découvrez les trésors de la Torah à travers la paracha de la semaine !!!!!!! Un rendez-vous a ne pas manquer et à partager avec tous vos amis !…

Here is the new issue of 613tv designed and presented by Michael Broll!
With Boubach discover the treasures of the Torah through the parsha of the week!!! An appointment not to be missed and share with all your friends!

BANDE ANNONCE : IL ÉTAIT UNE FOIS HANOUKA.. french

Voici la bande-annonce du futur spectacle des Boubachim : IL ÉTAIT UNE FOIS HANOUKA…
A retrouver sur http://www.boubach.fr

Parshat Vayeshev hebrew

Parshat Vayeshev hebrew

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Kislev 17, 5774 · 20. November 2013
Leben mit der Parsha: The Big Picture

Rebecca saß an ihrem tisch mit ihren Eltern und Geschwistern, Michelle und Daniel, aber ihr Geist war weit weg. Sie wurde von ihrem Parsha Lektion Denken an der Hebräischen Schule an diesem Tag, wo sie über die Geschichte von Joseph und seinen Brüdern, die ihn in einer Grube geworfen hatte und verkauften ihn an Kaufleute als Slave gelernt hatte. “Was ist auf Ihrem Verstand? fragte ihr Vater.

“Nun, ich habe mich nur gefragt, wie konnten die Kinder von Jakob, der wie ein großer Mann war, wie eine schreckliche Sache zu tun, um ihre ganz eigene Bruder? ‘

“Sie meinen, wenn sie ihn an die Händler verkauft als Slave? fragte ihr Vater. “Ja”, sagte Rebecca. “Es war schrecklich!”

“Sie waren eifersüchtig auf ihn”, sagte ihr Bruder Daniel. ‘Joseph erzählte ihnen seine Träume, wie sie sich alle beugen eines Tages zu ihm. ” “Ja”, sagte Michelle, “und auch Jacob Joseph begünstigt, und machte ihn zu einem speziellen Mantel, so waren sie eifersüchtig auf ihn, weil der, dass”.

“Aber das erklärt immer noch nicht es ‘, sagte Rebecca, fast emotional.

“Sie haben Recht”, sagte ihr Vater. “Aber”, fuhr er fort, “um zu verstehen, wie Gd lassen sollten Sie haben, um auf das große Bild schauen wie tragische Dinge passieren.”

Die drei Kinder auf ihn gewartet, um zu erklären, was er unter “big picture” gemeint ist.

“Sehen Sie, wenn die Brüder nicht an die Händler Joseph als Sklave verkauft, dann würde er nicht in dem Land Ägypten beendet haben – was Sie wahrscheinlich über die nächste Zeit zu lernen – und dann Joseph nicht als ernannt worden zweite an den König, und er würde nicht in der Lage gewesen zu Pharao über die Hungersnot zu warnen, und dann Jakob und alle seine Brüder nicht nach Ägypten kommen später gewesen sein, denn Ägypten wäre nicht aufgegeben haben alle das Essen in der Zeit für die gespeicherte Hunger … Und wir würden nicht aus Ägypten erlöst wurden, um die Tora zu empfangen … ”

“Wow”, sagte Daniel, trommelte mit den Fingern auf den Tisch, “Wir könnten daraus lernen, wenn die Dinge dunkel kann es am Ende gut sein, wie mit den Juden hinunter nach Ägypten zu suchen. ‘

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