Modern methods of education pertaining to Jewish prayer services in schooling had been seen to be lacking when looking at the connection students feel while praying. Students will often be distracted or deliberately avoiding prayer since they are unaware of what is happening. The following research hopes to propose a system to increase engagement and connection by having individuals follow the prayers during the orated portions of prayer. By exposing a set of participants with limited knowledge of the Jewish prayer services to repeated exposure of reading while following along with the words, we hope to show an increase in connection and retention of the prayer to take with them to the next service they attend so they can feel a part of the community.
Bachelor of Science (B.S.)
College of Medicine
Burnett School of Biomedical Sciences
Groman, Akiva, "The Overlooked Importance of Repetition and Retention in Jewish Prayer" (2023). Honors Undergraduate Theses. 1353.