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Sold at Sotheby's
Introduce Yeshiva-style Chavrusa learning with the Chavruta Detective: Sold at Sotheby’s workshop. This entertaining and interactive lesson is appropriate for learners on all levels, even those with no prior Torah-learning experience. The fast paced 1-hour session investigates an actual lawsuit from the 1980’s that explores universal legal and ethical questions.
The Chavruta Detective: Sold at Sotheby’s workshop is a new interactive learning program that introduces participants to Yeshiva-style Chavruta learning. The entertaining and informative lesson is appropriate for learners on all levels, even those with no prior Torah-learning experience. The fast paced 1-hour lesson investigates an intriguing legal case from 1984 about ownership of valuable manuscripts confiscated by the Nazi’s.
The program includes a brief documentary-style introduction and incorporates Live Polling technology accessed with students’ smartphones.
After the case is introduced to the students with the video, the class is polled for their initial opinion. Participants then pair up to study the related sources in Jewish Law with their Chavrutot. Peer learning is followed by a moderated discussion leading to the discovery of the timeless genius of Torah’s legal system.
|Dimensions||11 x 8 x .25 in|
Teacher's Manual, Marketing Materials, Live Polling Technology, and intro DVD.