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Chassidus twice a day - From 7:30 am for 2 hours (but better to start at 7 and learn for 2.5 hours) and 9-11 pm (but those who needed to go to sleep early could come and leave early). See details in Kuntres Etz Hachaim (Written by the rebbe Rashab for the talmidim) pg 51-52 chapter 25


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As per this article, the Mir is composed of a multitude of study groups, called Chaburot. Each Chabura is subdivided by Shiur (class), with one Maggid Shiur (lecturer) teaching an average of 40 to 60 students. As no two individuals are the same, each Maggid Shiur has his own style of learning and teaching. However, according to this article, the Mir ...


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Talmudic style uses the Socratic method of learning, which is somewhat unique. First, it encourages stduenst to learn from each other rather than from the teacher ("chevruta" style). Second, the style of learning in the Talmud is based on questions and answers - proofs and rebuttals - much like a debate. This style is unique to the Talmud. The Torah doesn't ...


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the Rambam prescribes talmud as the first priority as written in Yesodei Torah 4:13 I maintain that it is not proper for a person to stroll in the Pardes unless he has filled his belly with bread and meat. "Bread and meat" refer to the knowledge of what is permitted and what is forbidden, and similar matters concerning other mitzvot. Even though ...


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Yeshivos start learning Gemara too early (the Maharal said this already many centuries ago). However, the overall goal of the Yeshiva curriculum is to train the student to be able to learn Torah She Baal Peh on their own in their lifetimes - specifically the 613 Mitvos and their details. Before Torah She Baal Peh was written down, the Yeshiva had to teach ...



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