A Tuesday TorahTutors Tidbit About Grammar and Character

Here’s today’s Tuesday TorahTutors tidbit – real Torah, from real TorahTutors sessions. A TorahTutors student looking to learn Chumash content as well as boost her Hebrew language skills saw how paying attention to grammatical details, as basic as identifying pronouns and who is doing what action, can shed important light on the story. When the…

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A TuesdayTorahTutorsTidbit About Divisions: In Text, and in Traditions

For this week’s Tuesday TorahTutors Tidbit, a tutor describes an important teaching moment that occurred in a real TorahTutors session: In the course of studying Tanach, we discussed a pasuk (verse) that concludes the story we were learning. My student interjected and asked how this pasuk can conclude the story, seeing as it is actually the…

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A Tuesday TorahTutors Tidbit About Things That Aren’t as Hard as They Seem

In a bit of a departure, today’s #TuesdayTorahTutorsTidbit is not real Torah, from real TorahTutors sessions, but it is real Torah, about TorahTutors sessions – and about Yom Kippur, about the new year, and about looking both backward and forward. In Parshat Nitzavim, which was read a few weeks ago, Moshe encourages the Jewish people…

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