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Intended as a resource for religious education and for learning about citizenship in primary schools, this book on the Jewish synagogue describes what Jews believe in, and how they worship as the reader is shown around an Orthodox Jewish synagogue. The Rabbi is introduced as he demonstrates how he reads from the Sefer Torah and explains, for example why a Jew wears a Tallit during prayer. This book includes practical advice for teachers on how to set up visits to local places of worship and working with artefacts.

Jewish synagogue - Laurie Rosenberg

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Title
Jewish synagogue
Author
Laurie Rosenberg
format
Paperback / softback
Publisher
A. & C. Black Publishers
Language
English
UK Publication Date
20000229

Intended as a resource for religious education and for learning about citizenship in primary schools, this book on the Jewish synagogue describes what Jews believe in, and how they worship as the reader is shown around an Orthodox Jewish synagogue. The Rabbi is introduced as he demonstrates how he reads from the Sefer Torah and explains, for example why a Jew wears a Tallit during prayer. This book includes practical advice for teachers on how to set up visits to local places of worship and working with artefacts.

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Laurie Rosenberg is Headmaster of Simon Marks' Jewish Primary School in

North London. He is passionate about storytelling, has previously

written a title in A&C Blacks "Keystones'' series, and has worked

on programmes for Teacher's TV.

Type
BOOK
Keyword Index
Judaism - Juvenile literature.
Country of Publication
England
Number of Pages
32

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