Tefillat Rav, Educating for Prayer, Utilizing the Writings of Rabbi Joseph B. Soloveitchik (the Rav); Curricular and Instructional Guidelines.
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There are three parts to this essay. In the first part, we offer a sampling of alternative approaches to overall curriculum design and indicate how each would respond to the pedagogical challenges of prayer and spirituality. In the second, we describe the fundamental, “essential” questions raised by the study and teaching of prayer, and present selections from the writings of the Rav in response. In the third and largest part, we have matched the Rav’s insights on prayer to six specific lessons in Torah according to a didactic format that can be followed by day school—primarily secondary school—teachers.
Scholarly article reprinted in: Azrieli Papers. Vol. 1. Dimensions of orthodox day school education. Edited by David J. Schnall and Moshe Sokolow. ew York : Michael Scharf Publication Trust of Yeshiva University Press ; Jersey City, NJ : Distributed by Ktav Pub. House, c2011- : 284-340.
- The Azrieli Papers. 
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