The Museum offers students participatory workshops aimed at discovering Jewish cultures. This workshop meets the expectations of the programs of the courses of philosophy and citizenship and religion in the current Belgian school programs. Several activities are offered: Jewish Rites and Rituals (10 to 20 years). This activity introduces students to the rituals and practices that can be part of the life events of a Jew or a Jewish family. The emphasis is placed on the common points between the social, cultural or religious identity of the students and the rites studied in this activity. Myths and facts (14 to 20 years). This activity offers to analyze several myths and stereotypes related to the Jews (conspiracy theories, deicide ...). The idea is to understand why these myths exist, to deconstruct them, to contextualize them. Students will develop strategies to identify and prevent them. This workshop is elaborated in partnership with the CEJI (a Jewish Contribution for an Inclusive Europe).
Themes : History - Citizenship - Brussels - Europe - Heritage
Duration : 2h00
Language Spoken : fr,en,nl
Participants : Groupes de 20 personnes au maximum
Visit resources : http://www.mjb-jmb.org/outils-pedagogiques/
Picknick : The MJB does not have a catering space for groups. We therefore recommend the following places to picnic in the neighborhood: Cafeteria BIP Brussel Info Plein or Cafeteria KBR - Royal Library of Belgium. Mandatory reservation.
Additional information : This workshop takes on full significance in a contemporary multicultural society. It helps build a more inclusive society where each minority has its place. Do not hesitate to contact us to better adapt this workshop to your expectations and the needs and questions of the students.