Looking to go deeper into the stories and sources behind Girls in Trouble songs? Good news: the Girls in Trouble Curriculum is here!
We will be launching ten study guides over the next year. You can use them in a classroom, a small group, or on your own. Each one is chock-full of Alicia’s thoughts on the character and her song, as well as rabbinic interpretations and visual art. You (and your students) are also invited to create your own interpretations and share them on our “Gallery of Biblical Women”.
These study guides are quite extensive; if you’re leading a brief session, or just looking for Alicia’s thoughts on a song, check out the short versions of each guide hosted by our friends at the Jewish Women’s Archive.
Part of our goal is to embrace the complexity of Biblical women’s stories, so these guides are geared towards teens and adults, but most can be adapted for younger learners. We invite you to join the tradition of keeping our texts vibrantly alive, and help develop our communal body of commentary on the women of Torah!