Downloads & Links: Josh Mason-Barkin's Hebrew II class, Spring 2015
Note: Download the files labeled "for screen" if you plan to view the texts on a computer, iPad, or similar. Download the files labeled "for print" if you plan on printing them. Files not labeled "print" or "screen" will work fine for either.
May 7, 2015 - for screen
May 7, 2015 - for print
The Torah text (slides 4-7) from May 7 is Genesis 22:1-14.
To hear it read aloud, go to PocketTorah. Use the web version (or download the app). The parshah is Vayera, and it's Aliyah 7.
May 21, 2015 - for screen
May 21, 2015 - for print
The prayer text (slides 1-3) is הַשְׁכִּיבֵנוּ (Hashkiveinu). You can also find it on page 160 of Mishkan Tfilah, our siddur. (If you’re using one of PTBE’s copies, refer to the parenthetical page numbers.)
The Torah text (slides 4-9) is Deuteronomy 31:22-32:13.
If you want your own copy of Mishkan T’filah, I highly recommend (click the titles):
- Mishkan T'filah: A Reform Siddur, non-transliterated edition (Shabbat, weekdays, and festivals)
This is the full version of the siddur, and it doesn’t have any of that pesky transliteration to get in the way.
- Mishkan T'filah: A Reform Siddur, non-transliterated edition (Shabbat only)
This is the same as above, but thinner (since it only has Shabbat).
- iT'filah: The Mishkan T'filah App for iOS (iPad only)
This is an app-version of the siddur. You can zoom in to see the text really big, and you can listen to many of the prayers chanted and/or read.
- iT'filah: The Mishkan T'filah App for Android tablets
The only places I've ever seen an Android tablet were in a Best Buy and on an American Airlines flight (because they made a deal with some company to use their tablets for processing onboard purchases). But if you happen to have one, the Android version of the app is basically the same as the iOS version. (Except Steve Jobs didn't bless it.)
Questions? Email Josh.