My Promised Land, by Ari Shavit

My Promised Land, by Ari Shavit

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New York Times columnist Tom Friedman suggested that Obama and Netanyahu should read it: the book “is a real contribution to changing the conversation about Israel and building a healthier relationship with it.”  “On an issue so prone to polemic,” Oren Kessler writes in the Wall Street Journal, “Mr. Shavit offers candor.” And it “will be required reading for both the left and the right,” writes Jerome Chanes in The Jewish Week. 
Here we present a discussion guide, commissioned by the Natan Book Award. You will find two kinds of guides for a discussion about the whole book, instructions and guidance for the facilitator, and eight conversation units for more in-depth exploration of this deep and challenging book.
 

For free download and printout:
Facilitator’s guide
Whole book discussion guide – structured approach
Working with Conversation units
Provocative Facilitation
Conversation One
Conversation Two
Conversation Three
Conversation Four
Conversation Five
Conversation Six
Conversation Seven
Conversation Eight
The Whole Lot in One Big Document!
The Whole Lot in One Big Document for b/w printing!

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