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Please check out some of the following suggestions for using Jewish Rock Radio at camp. Don’t forget to give us your feedback! We want to learn from you. Please visit: Your Feedback.  Here are some great publicity materials for you to spread the word about Jewish Rock Radio to students and parents.  JRR Publicity Materials
 
 
Jewish Rock Radio is presently developing additional curricular resources for Jewish religious and day schools, camps, youth groups, and Hillels.  Please contact [email protected] for more information about Jewish Rock Radio curriculum and study guides. 
 
  • In addition to playing Jewish Rock Radio on camp computers, you can play JRR on your iPhone, iTouch, iPad, or Android mobile devices.  Download the free Jewish Rock Radio application and play Jewish Rock Radio all over camp.
 
 
 
  • Contact Jewish Rock Radio to request a custom Jewish Rock Radio portable player that you can imbed in your camp website so visitors can access Jewish Rock Radio from YOUR website!
 
  • Play JRR in the Chadar Ochel (Dining Hall) during meal times and outside in common areas throughout the day.
 
  • If you have a camp radio station, play JRR ON your radio station.
 
  • Make JRR the hold music on your camp phone system.
 
  • If there is internet in or near your cabins, play JRR in cabins in the morning to help everyone wake up and at night as everyone is getting ready for bed.
 
  • Play JRR during the first 5 minutes of camp studies as everyone is getting settled. What a cool way to start any Jewish studies!
 
Camp Studies 1: What does it mean to have a Jewish radio station? Listen to JRR and then a regular radio station. Try a Christian radio station. Compare and contrast the stations. Is it important to have a Jewish station? Why? (contact [email protected] for a list of discussion questions for this lesson).
 
Camp Studies 2: What is the significance of Jewish rock music? What significance does Jewish music play at camp? How would camp experiences be different without Jewish music? Why do we have Jewish rock music? Who are the Jewish rock stars and why are they so passionate about playing and writing Jewish music rather than other types of music? Take a tour of www.jewishrockradio.com with your campers. Check out the Featured artists – watch their videos, listen to their music; listen to some of the interviews of Jewish youth on Jewish Rock Radio. ([email protected] for a list of more discussion questions for this lesson).
 
 
Camp Studies 3: Play a JRR Youth Interview. Follow up with a lesson about the opportunities that exist for exciting youth engagement around the world. Consider focusing lesson on particular JRR youth interview topic – such as AIPAC, Nativ, or JNF and discuss the specific opportunities that are presented in that specific program. Try to set up a conference call with the interviewee who was interviewed on JRR for the class ask questions about his or her experience in that particular program. Take time to discuss the amazing programs your camp offers. 
 
 
Camp Studies 4: Learn Hebrew through listening to JRR. Listen to songs and see what words are familiar. What words are not familiar? Keep an ongoing list of Hebrew vocabulary you hear on JRR. Have campers look up the meanings to new Hebrew words. This is how people in many countries begin to learn foreign languages.
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