Do You Know the Differences in Prayers? Reply

No, you are incorrect!

This version of Sim Shalom comes from Mishkan T’fillah, the siddur of the Reform movement. The change comes in the third line with the words barkeinu, yotzreinu kulanu k’ehad b’or panekha.

sim shalom reform 2

You can check this out yourself. Download the PrayerTech app from  student.prayertech.net and try it out using the user name and password sample. All four versions of Sim Shalom are there. Can you see where the movements have modified the prayer?

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Did you know that PrayerTech supports your prayer needs by allowing you to choose the versions of prayers that meet your school or synagogue’s liturgy. Imagine your students being able to work on the prayers they are studying without having to skip over words that are not in their siddur?

Would you like to learn more about PrayerTech? We continue to offer a webinar for educators that introduces the components of PrayerTech and how it might be used in your schools. Another webinar is a deep dive into the mechanics of setting up a school using PrayerTech. Join us for one of the upcoming webinars. Click here to sign up.

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Do you know the Differences in Prayer? Reply

Yes, you are correct!

This version of Sim Shalom comes from Mishkan T’fillah, the siddur of the Reform movement. The change comes in the third line with the words barkeinu, yotzreinu kulanu k’ehad b’or panekha.

sim shalom reform 2

You can check this out yourself. Download the PrayerTech app from  student.prayertech.net and try it out using the user name and password sample. All four versions of Sim Shalom are there. Can you see where the movements have modified the prayer?

 

 

 

prayertech sign in

Did you know that PrayerTech supports your prayer needs by allowing you to choose the versions of prayers that meet your school or synagogue’s liturgy. Imagine your students being able to work on the prayers they are studying without having to skip over words that are not in their siddur?

Would you like to learn more about PrayerTech? We continue to offer a webinar for educators that introduces the components of PrayerTech and how it might be used in your schools. Another webinar is a deep dive into the mechanics of setting up a school using PrayerTech. Join us for one of the upcoming webinars. Click here to sign up.

Tech-i-ya 6.2—Augmenting Our Realities 1

Adrian A. Durlester

layarImagine, if you will, a poster in your classroom (or one being displayed on your smartboard or monitor) of a particular prayer or blessing in Hebrew text. Now imagine pointing the camera on your iPad, iPhone, or Android phone or tablet at the poster, and a video pops up of you reciting the prayer in Hebrew as the words flash along below.

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The State of the Obvious Reply

Joel Grishaver

koren_matovu_062909_380pxHebrew School is supposed to teach Hebrew. For a short period after the 6-Day war and in sporadic occurrences Hebrew Schools have tried “Modern Hebrew.” Now Hebrew has mainly meant “Prayerbook Hebrew.” The most recent, most successful, and currently popular of these modern Hebrew programs came out of Cleveland (thank you, Nechama and Lifsa) is called Hebrew Through Movement and is pedagogically sound. However “Prayerbook Hebrew” is still granted most favored nation status and there is a logic to this.

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