Today you are going to learn a bit more about Judaism, the religion we have been looking at over the past couple of weeks. The 2 videos below, from the BBC, tell us about Judaism from a young Jewish boy. As we watch the videos, listen and watch carefully to learn about the places that are important to him.
What is Judaism? | Religious Studies - My Life, My Religion: Judaism
Suitable for teaching 7-14s. Suitable for ages 7 to 11. Eleven-year-old Charlie from Manchester introduces the history, traditions and beliefs of the Jewish ...
What does Jerusalem mean to Jewish people? | Religious Studies - My Life, My Religion: Judaism
Suitable for teaching 7-14s. Suitable for ages 7 to 11. Fourteen-year-old Jewish girl Dalia is taking a school trip to Jerusalem, and uses her video camera t...
Today we have learnt about 2 places that are special to the Jewish people: their synagogue and the Western Wall in Jerusalem. I'd like you to try and draw either or both of these places, and then try and explain why they are important to Jewish people. You can do this by writing sentences or just by labelling things that you have drawn happening. Rewatch the videos to help you if you need to. The first video tells you more about the synagogue, and the second video says more about Jerusalem.