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Israel Inside: How a Small Nation Makes a Big Difference

Lesson Goals:

  • Discuss Israel’s importance on a personal and national level.
  • Identify Israeli society’s accomplishments.
  • Explore Israeli society’s expression of Jewish core values.

Learning Objectives:

  • Students will express Israel’s importance to themselves and the Jewish People.
  • Students will identify some of Israel’s world contributions and the values they represent.

Your screening license purchase includes:

  • The rights to screen Israel Inside to a group of over ten people
  • A hi-resolution download of the film Israel Inside
  • A link to the downloadable online classroom screening kit which includes: a moderator’s guide, discussion questions, FAQs, marketing and promotional materials: poster, template fliers, logos, etc.
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