Limudei Kodesh Curriculum 2017-10-19T16:53:57+00:00

Limudei Kodesh Curriculum

  • Morning Shiur begin with Nach or Musar (on alternating days), ensuring that the day begins on a foundation of
    Hashkafas HaTorah. This is followed by a Gemara-Rashi Shiur. After a short break, Talmidim review the Gemara with
    their chavrusa, followed by an Iyun Gemara shiur. One of the main objectives of the Limudei Kodesh program is for
    Talmidim to acquire the reading and analytical skills necessary to develop independence in learning Gemara and Rashi,
    as well as other Rishonim and Acharonim. In addition, the Rebbi guides Talmidim to become familiar in Sevaras
    HaGemara, and learn how to properly absorb and articulate such Sevaros.
  • A 20 minute Halacha Shiur is followed by lunch. As the ninth grade Halacha curriculum mainly focuses on Hilchos
    Shabbos, Talmidim begin the year with a general overview of the 39 Melachos, followed by an in-depth study of each
    one.
  • After Lunch, Talmidim return to the Bais Medrash to review Shiur and prepare for Parshas HaShavua.
  • Night study is dedicated to Bekius learning, in which Talmidim engage in a quicker paced study of Gemara, with the
    objective of gaining breadth of knowledge, as well as the ability to navigate through significant portions of the
    Masechta.
  • Yeshiva Gedola of South Bend believes that completing and retaining a Masechta is a worthy goal which not only
    helps Talmidim gain substantial Gemara knowledge, but is also critical for providing them with a sense of purpose and
    accomplishment. As such, an after Night Seder Masmidim Shiur is provided to support boys who aspire to finish the
    current Yeshiva Masechta.
  • In an effort to create synergy between the Yeshiva and the community, the Wednesday night community learning
    program is also attended by Kollel Erev members, who study the same Masechta as the Talmidei HaYeshiva. In fact,
    both programs are set to complete Masechta Sukkah in Shavuos 5778, an accomplishment which will IYH bring much
    pride to the greater South Bend community.
  • Talmidim are assessed periodically by the Rebbi and Menahel in order to monitor their progress in fluency,
    understanding and critical thinking skills.
  • The Yeshiva uses the Gradelink program, a cloud based student information system, which is fully accessible through
    the Yeshiva website, and allows parents to monitor the progress of their son.
  • Morning Shiur begin with Nach or Musar (on alternating days), ensuring that the day begins on a foundation of
    Hashkafas HaTorah. This is followed by a Gemara-Rashi Shiur. After a short break, Talmidim review the Gemara with
    their chavrusa, followed by an Iyun Gemara shiur. One of the main objectives of the Limudei Kodesh program is for
    Talmidim to acquire the reading and analytical skills necessary to develop independence in learning Gemara and Rashi,
    as well as other Rishonim and Acharonim. In addition, the Rebbi guides Talmidim to become familiar in Sevaras
    HaGemara, and learn how to properly absorb and articulate such Sevaros.
  • A 20 minute Halacha Shiur is followed by lunch. As the ninth grade Halacha curriculum mainly focuses on Hilchos
    Shabbos, Talmidim begin the year with a general overview of the 39 Melachos, followed by an in-depth study of each
    one.
  • After Lunch, Talmidim return to the Bais Medrash to review Shiur and prepare for Parshas HaShavua.
  • Night study is dedicated to Bekius learning, in which Talmidim engage in a quicker paced study of Gemara, with the
    objective of gaining breadth of knowledge, as well as the ability to navigate through significant portions of the
    Masechta.
  • Yeshiva Gedola of South Bend believes that completing and retaining a Masechta is a worthy goal which not only
    helps Talmidim gain substantial Gemara knowledge, but is also critical for providing them with a sense of purpose and
    accomplishment. As such, an after Night Seder Masmidim Shiur is provided to support boys who aspire to finish the
    current Yeshiva Masechta.
  • In an effort to create synergy between the Yeshiva and the community, the Wednesday night community learning
    program is also attended by Kollel Erev members, who study the same Masechta as the Talmidei HaYeshiva. In fact,
    both programs are set to complete Masechta Sukkah in Shavuos 5778, an accomplishment which will IYH bring much
    pride to the greater South Bend community.
  • Talmidim are assessed periodically by the Rebbi and Menahel in order to monitor their progress in fluency,
    understanding and critical thinking skills.
  • The Yeshiva uses the Gradelink program, a cloud based student information system, which is fully accessible through
    the Yeshiva website, and allows parents to monitor the progress of their son.