Student Orientation Day
Expectation and Acquaintanceship
The Kabbalah—Introduction to Jewish Mysticism
The Sephirot—Introduction to Jewish Mysticism (continued)
The Hasidic Movement—Rabbi Nachman’s Legacy
Rabbi Nachman’s Tales—Getting the Tolls
First Tale—I. The Lost Princess
II. The Lost Princess (continued)
Second Tale—I. Prince and Servant Boy Who Changed Places
Thanksgiving Break—No Classes
II. Prince and Servant Boy Who Changed Places (continued)
III. Prince and Servant Boy Who Changed Places (continued)
Third Tale—The Rabbi’s Only Son
December 23, 30
Winter Break—No Classes
II. The Rabbi’s Only Son (continued)
Summary—End of fall semester
Martin Luther King, Jr. Weekend—No Classes
Teacher’s Expectations From the Students
The students and the teacher will arrive on time, come prepared to class, and are expected to be fully present.
The students are expected to be open-minded and take part in class discussions.
Please be do not hesitate to express your inner thoughts with the rest of the classmates; there are no right or wrong answers in this class!
Students are expected to respect each other; do not belittle anyone for his or her opinion.