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Who Wants To Be A Superhero?

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Program TypeAleph-in-Training (AIT)
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Time RequiredLess then 2 hours
Target Population(s)Girls (BBG)
Boys (AZA)
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Folds TargetedAthletic
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Jewish Heritage
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People Participating100-200

Program Summary:

In this program the participants will explore the differences between real and fictional superheroes as well as their relationship to villains, both real and fictional. Participants will learn how each of them individually can be a superhero at home.

Full Description:

This program was run during the IC 2010 Shabbat Reflection Programming Slot. The program was a great success and can be used in any chapter or region/council. For all information, please see the attached resources.

Here is a sneak peek of the program,

“Superhero—noun. A hero, esp. in children's comic books and television cartoons, possesses extraordinary, often magical powers.This is the definition you will stumble upon if you look up the word superhero in any old dictionary. But is this what a being a superhero really entails? In this program, we’ll be exploring what it truly means to be a superhero”

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