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Yeshiva Shaarei Torah of Rockland | Evaluated Learning Experience
Talmud: Ketubot Survey (TS122, TS322)
Formerly Talmud: Ketubot Survey (T312)
65 hours (13 weeks); in addition, 162.5 hours of supervised peer study.
Yeshiva Shaarei Torah of Rockland, 91 West Carlton Road, Suffern, New York.
September 1998 - July 2003.
Instructional delivery format:
Traditional classroom model
Prepare a textual, linguistic, and legal analysis of the applicable Talmudic material; discuss the underlying principles to derive halachic conclusions; follow the dynamics of Talmudic argumentation leading to halachic resolutions; develop a comparative study of the various opinions raised.
The sixth and seventh chapters of Tractate Ketubot discuss the various rights and responsibilities of husband and wife in marriage. Students prepare the applicable Talmudic texts as well as the major halachic opinions of the rishonim and the opinions of various other commentaries and decisors. The instructor guides students in understanding the issues raised and assists them to deduce the crux of these issues. Topics include: rights of possession of a lost object that has been found; disposition of wife's income from various sources; dowry; evaluations of property; monies brought into marriage; marrying off an orphan; charitable practices; loans as a form of charity; requirements of charity; inheritance laws; laws of vows; blemishes in sales; pre-existing conditions. NOTE: This tractate is studied by all students in a given trimester. While the scope of instruction is the same, the depth of study depends upon what level the student is in.
First Level Students (TS122): In the lower division baccalaureate/associate degree category, 2 semester hours in Judaic Studies, Jurisprudence, Near Eastern Studies, or Religion; or Second Level Students and beyond (TS322): In the upper division baccalaureate degree category, 2 semester hours in Judaic Studies, Jurisprudence, Near Eastern Studies, or Religion (6/99). NOTE: Credit can be awarded for this course, the two other Survey courses of the same title, and the three Intensive Study courses of the same title.