continuation of Yirmiyahu. Both chapters deal with Yirmiyahu's message of religious hypocrisy. In Chapter 7, Yirmiyahu rails against the lack of social justice and the obsession with korbanot. In Chapter 26, Yirmiyahu is put on trial and faces death
Included are two assessments. Each is easily adaptable to suit more/less chapters. The first assessment requires students to imagine how they would react if they were living during the time period. The second assessment is a social action project,
This unit includes extensive introduction to the historical developments surrounding the Battle of Carchemish as alluded to in chapter 46 and includes an activity to help students empathize and understand the tensions for Judeans living during this
This assessment guides students to create a book jacket to reflect their knowledge and understanding of the events and themes of Melachim Bet Chapters 13-17 (The Fall of the Northern Kingdom). It is easily adaptable to other chapters in Melachim.