Adam, a Jewish boy, gives a multi-sensory guide to the festival of Sukkot. He comments on what he sees, hears, smells, tastes, touches and thinks about at the festival. As they watch the clip, ask students to record their thoughts on the following questions: a) What did Adam see at the festival? b) What did he touch during the celebrations? c) What did he hear? d) What did he smell? e) What did he taste? f) What is remembered at Sukkot? g) What did Adam think about at the festival?
identify the features of a ‘good home’
understand how a sukkah (Jews’ temporary home) is similar to many permanent homes around the world
analyse the fact that people who live in poor housing are often left homeless in times of natural disaster or conflict.
Provide pupils with an opportunity to explore the links between the Pesach theme of liberation, and the importance of human and children’s rights.
Pupils further explore the values that underpin these rights, as well as the responsibility inherent in every right.
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