Presentation on theme: "Wed 8:45 AM SINGIN' SHACHARIT CIRCLETIME Rm 2048 Emily Aronoff Teck This experiential workshop will model songs and strategies to engage young children."— Presentation transcript:
Wed 8:45 AM SINGIN' SHACHARIT CIRCLETIME Rm 2048 Emily Aronoff Teck This experiential workshop will model songs and strategies to engage young children with the Shacharit liturgy and themes inspired by that liturgy. Participants will be asked to discover their inner child as we pray, sing, dance, move and learn together. The focus of the workshop will be employing participants with transferable skills so that they can implement these musical, prayerful experiences with children in classroom or morning "Tot Shabbat" settings.
Singin’ Circletime Shacharit will expose young children to the concepts and ideas that are foundational to an understanding of a Jewish prayer service. A planned, guided set of experiences organized around listening, singing, moving, breathing and learning with the following tunes that will transmit knowledge of Judaism to the student through music. This experience is a piece of a foundation for young children or a supplement to other prayer experiences for older community members
How good it is, how sweet it is, sitting with my sisters and brothers How good it is, how sweet it is, in peace with one another Emily Aronoff Teck
Modeh Ani Modeh Modeh Modeh Ani I’m as grateful As I can be Wake up each morning First thing to say Is thank you to God For this day Thank you for____________ REPEAT Emily Aronoff Teck
CHORUS: Oh My God- Your work is great These tents, of Jacob’s They are first rate Oh My God, Awesome is your space Please bless me when I’m in this place A mean King named Balak sent Balaam, his not nice friend To say mean things to Jewish people, he wanted us to end With a Donkey as a helper, he didn’t do what the King said When Balaam opened up his mouth, he made a blessing instead CHORUS With God’s help the Jewish people have stayed alive and strong We love God and God’s work, we praise God in this song We remember this story, when we gather to pray We sing a prayer in Hebrew, this is what we say Ma tovu ohalekha Ya'akov, mishk'notekha Yisrael Free image courtesy of FreeDigitalPhotos.net Emily Aronoff Teck
Let it In, Let it Out- Elohai Neshama Let it in, let it out, don’t keep that breath inside you Let it in, let it out, please share your soul Elohai, My God Neshama, My Soul Shenatatabi, That you gave to me T’horah, T’hora hi- is made with purity Free image courtesy of FreeDigitalPhotos.net Emily Aronoff Teck
I Like God/Ashrey I like God and God Likes me, We share a life so happily We live together, Day by day, When I’m with God I know its all OK And that’s why we say Chorus: Ashrey Yoshevetecha Od ya halelucha sela Good and Mighty, Just and true That why I’m singing Halelu I like God and God likes me, From my lips I praise daily When I rise and when I lay, gratefully I always pray And that why we say Chorus I like God and God Likes me, Gives us opportunity To pick the role we want to play as we fix the world without delay And that why we say Chorus Emily Aronoff Teck and Max Jared
Making Music! (inspired by Psalm 150) We’re making music, We’re making music today We’re making music, We’re making music, we really know how to play We’re making music, We’re making music, and it is one way to pray Kol haneshama, tehalalya- halelu yah! Praise God with my …….. Haleluyah! Free image courtesy of freedigitalphotos.net Emily Aronoff Teck
God, God, God Hear God See God Smell God Taste God Touch God Know God Feel God One God Everywhere God Everyone God God, God, God Up up up, Down down down God is all, All around Up up up, Down down down God is all, all around In in in, Out out out God is all, all about. In in in, Out out out God is all, all about. You you you, Me me me In each of us it's plain to see You you you, Me me me In each of us it's plain to see By: Ellen Allard
Barchu To infinity, to infinity and beyond, I will praise you. To infinity, to infinity and beyond- Bar’chu Bar'chu et Adonai Baruch Adonai ha'mvorach l'olam va'ed Emily Aronoff Teck
God Echad Your God is My God And My God is your God Our God is echad Echad means one Emily Aronoff Teck
Sh’ma Sh’ma Yisrael Adonai Eloheinu Sh’ma Yisrael Adonai Echad Listen Everyone Adonai Our God is One Listen Everyone Adonai Our God is One Free image courtesy of FreeDigitalPhotos.net Emily Aronoff Teck
LaLaLove La la la la la…love God (echo lyrics, 2x each) Teach these words, in your home Ahava, shalom La la la…. With all your heart, with all your might With all your soul, through day and night La la la… When you wake up, When you go to bed Write it on your door, keep it in your head Free image courtesy of FreeDigitalPhotos.net Emily Aronoff Teck
Open My Mouth Oh God, I open my mouth to pray Please hear what I have to say I praise you….. Adonai S’fatai Tiftach Ifi yagid t’hilatecha Free image courtesy of FreeDigitalPhotos.net Emily Aronoff Teck
All around (all around) Everywhere (everywhere) All around, everywhere Holy, holiness. In the highest sky (in the highest sky) In the deepest sea (in the deepest sea) In the highest sky, in the deepest sea Holy, holiness. In my heart (in my heart) In your soul (in my soul) In my heart, in your soul Holy, holiness. In all we do (in all we do) In all we are (in all we are) In all we do, in all we are Holy, holiness. Every step (every step) Every breath (every breath) Every step, every breath Holy, holiness. As with me (as with me) So with you (so with you) As with me, so with you Holy, holiness. SILENT PRAYER All around (all around) Everywhere (everywhere) All around, everywhere Holy, holiness. Holy, Holiness - Ellen Allard
Make Peace- Oseh Shalom We’re gonna make peace in this world, peace in this world We’re gonna share love in this world, love in this world, love in this world We’re gonna pray for this world, pray for this world,pray for this world Please God, make peace in this world, peace in this world, peace in this world Oseh Shalom, Bimromav hu yaaseh shalom aleinu Emily Aronoff Teck
Grateful! If I’m feeling mad or sad I know there’s a cure Make a list of “Thank Yous” I’ll feel better for sure When I cannot think of A reason not to frown Just look around or ask a friend Count your blessings all around [Prechorus] I’ll say thank you for _____________ Say thank you for ________________ (repeat until everyone participated) [chorus] I’m so full of Thank Yous I feel great I feel great, I feel grateful I’m so full of Thank Yous I feel great I feel great, I feel grateful Celebrate “thanks-giving” every day, or at least every week You’ll find reasons to share a smile when “thank yous” we speak More than using manners Bigger than being polite Living a truly grateful way Will help you sleep at night Emily Aronoff Teck
To utilize music as a tool to teach Jewish values, prayer and concepts in Early Childhood environments. To empower all educators with the tools necessary to access and engage with Jewish music. To provide multi modal learning Jewish music learning experiences that will empower young students to engage with their Judaism.
Students will be able to retain basic facts about key Jewish liturgical prayers and concepts Students will build positive associations with Judaic learning Students will have the ability to engage with their families through prayer and music
Jewish music transmits information and culture simultaneously Musical elements in a single piece has the ability to be developmentally appropriate for a wide range of ages and abilities, allowing children and their families to engage meaningfully together Technology allows the easy and enjoyable sharing of the work of students with their community Jewish music learning is foundational to future prayer experiences
sing a repertoire of Jewish songs and prayers to display confidence, expression and an awareness of musical elements such as pitch and rhythm Sing alone and with others Articulate, when prompted, basic Jewish concepts and ideas embedded within the Jewish morning service explore vocal sounds, use the voice to imitate sounds and communicate feelings, develop language and speech through new vocabulary acquisition in song lyrics sing in unison simple songs of an appropriate pitch range in their entirety and from memory explore and make choices about sound express the meaning of songs through movement, art and discussion explore concepts such as pitch, rhythm, tempo, duration and dynamics through the use of instruments and utilization of voice
Curriculum experts Wiggins and McTighe created this visual to illustrate their curricular approach “Learning by Design” This is additionally helpful because it provide clear levels of modifications for older students or student who use the same songs and prayers for multiple years.
Modeh Ani, Mah Tovu, Yotser, Baruch She’amar, Bar’chu, Sh’ma, V’ahavta, Mi Chamocha. Be Grateful, You’ll be happy. God is awesome, talk to with God. We are blessed. Try to Help others. There is one God, we’ll love God forever. Thanks, God. You are good. You made me. I am special. Look for blessings. Modeh Ani, Mah Tovu, Ashrei, Bar’chu, Sh’ma, V’ahavta, Shalom