Presentation on theme: "Bar Mitzvah A Jewish boy reaches ___________ at 13 years and one day old. This event is marked by a ceremony called the ___ ______________ Bar Mitzvah."— Presentation transcript:
1Bar MitzvahA Jewish boy reaches ___________ at 13 years and one day old.This event is marked by a ceremony called the ___ ______________Bar Mitzvah means “_________________”. This means the boy now has the ____________ of following all of the ____.The ceremony takes place in the ___________ on a __________. The boy is called by the Rabbi to read from the ________ during the service using the ____.When he has finished reading, all the men shout out “_______ ____” which means “congratulations”. The ________ makes a brief speech to remind everyone of the meaning of the Bar Mitzvah. After this, the boy must say the Bar Mitzvah prayer in _________Write out and complete the sentences, using the words in the box.Draw a picture of a boy wearing the 3 items of being a Jewish male, and explain the meaning of these 3 itemsWhat sort of training do you think the boy must have received to be able to do the Bar Mitzvah ceremony?Law synagogue Rabbi prayer Yad responsibility adulthood Bar Mitzvah Sabbath Torah “Mazel Tov!”
2Spot the difference between a Bat and a Bar Mitzvah. Bat MitzvahExplain the key differences between a Bar and a Bat Mitzvah.**Do you think girls are treated equally to men in Judaism?Spot the difference between a Bat and a Bar Mitzvah.Girls receive their Bat Mitzvah at 12 years old.The Bat Mitzvah shows that girls have reached an important stage in their maturityThey read a portion of the Torah in Hebrew at their Bat MitzvahSeveral girls can share their Bat Mitzvah togetherThe Bat Mitzvat takes place the day after the SabbathThe girls do not have to wear a tallit, or tefillin.
3What stopped Jack from having his Bar Mitzvah when he was 13?
4Rites of PassageMany other cultures also have their own rites of Passage, to mark important moments in your human growth.What rites of passage are there in Christianity?Put the tribal rites of passage in order of most extreme to more reasonable !