Below is a collection of Tanakh lesson plans, interactive tools, and articles created by The Lookstein Center staff or contributed to the site by Jewish educators.  


RESOURCES

Meaningful Parasha Discussions for the 21st Century – Each week, The Lookstein Center frames interesting parasha discussions with thought-provoking questions.
Yaakovson Questions on Nevi’im Rishonim – Rav Yissaschar Yaakovson lists thought questions for every chapter in Nevi’im Rishonim (Hebrew language).
Nechama Leibowitz Gilyonot – English – These are the famous gilyonot of Nechama Leibowitz, organized by parasha.
Nechama Leibowitz Gilyonot – Hebrew – These are the famous gilyonot of Nechama Leibowitz, organized by parasha.
Humash Lev Ladaat – This PDF is one section from the new Lev Ladaat Humash from Koren Publishers. This Humash aims to help students reflect, connect, and learn in a more inhttps://dicta.org.il/dependent way.
Tanakh Word Frequency – This resource lists words in Tanakh in order of frequency.
250 Common Words in Tanakh – This list of common terms from Dah Bear also includes root words and English definitions. 

 

WEBSITES

AlHatorah – This website houses a full online text of the Mikraot Gedolot editions of the books of Tanakh, as well as a Concordance, dictionary, and more.
Lev Ladaat – This educational site is a combined effort of the religious public school system and Herzog College in Israel. It is geared towards meaningful education and has links to lesson plans and ideas for a variety of Jewish subjects and texts.
Dicta – This website has many analytical tools for Hebrew texts, including a tool to search the Tanakh by word, a tool to classify Tanakh text by style. and more. 

 

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