I believe that the title is misleading.Question: Is it true that the Libavitcher Rebbe was against teaching english to kids?
please, Sir: what is misleading here?
If you would read up on the history you would find out that it was mandatory to learn a language. So the title is misleading and sensationalist.
do you how old the beirech moshe was when he sat shiva for his father
he was 11.5 years old. Is that a stireh?
so you're in favor of kids learning the language of the land?I'm in!
this is a beautiful גליוןwhere do I get it weekly?thanks so much
You can get it from Ladaat.netyou're most welcome
Your title is misleading by making it sound that the Heylige Atzey Chaim wanted stam, his einikel to know a goyishe shprach.I still didnt get an answer about the Libacitcher Rebbes Shita of not teaching english gramar to kids, is that true Hirshel?
Anon"I still didnt get an answer about the Libacitcher Rebbes Shita of not teaching english gramar to kids, is that true Hirshel?"The Rebbe was against putting in a kids head any secular studies, what dont you understand?????
Anon "Your title is misleading by making it sound that the Heylige Atzey Chaim wanted stam,"what is the story according to your wishes???that he did it for governmental reasons?please explain
what does it mean that he "was against teaching English grammar to kids?"
Several years ago I taught English at Satmar in Williamsburg. I had a Teitelbaum, an eynikel of the Berach Moshe in my class (IIRC R' Lipa's grandson). Though most students barely knew the materials taught, the Twitelbaum kid lnew ir all, including penmanship -- as if he already knew it.Once after class I asked him how he knew these subects so well. To which he replied matter-of-factly that his mother hired a tutor for him & his siblings to learn English & math every week...As they say in Lubavitch: "Tzarske Mishpoche." --ZIY
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