Introduce the concept of damages in the Torah with this
entertaining and engaging slideshow presentation. It outlines the
damage types and their halachos along with their sources in
Chumash. Included are companion notes that the students fill in
which review the ideas in the presentation. This is especially
beneficial for visual learners.
(The actual slideshow is in the zipped folder.)
Very informative and entertaining. Well done. Just one comment about the definition of Tam and Mued, which sounds like it applies to people too, which is incorrect as “adam mued leolam”, a person is always mued, and so are eish and bor. Only an animal can be a tam or mued. May I suggest this definition “Tam– an animal which has not yet been proven violent. Mued - animal which has damaged 3 times and is thereby proven violent.