Do five of the following. The three starred are required.
*1. Fulfill the starred Hebrew requirement using material from this parsha.
*2. Read the whole parsha in a language with which you are comfortable, together with an extensive commentary.
As you study the parsha, keep track of ideas or stories that “grab” you.
*3. Memorize, in Hebrew, one pasuk from this parsha that you find particularly meaningful.
4. When you have finished, prepare a major project relating to one of the major themes of the parsha. It should involve a. further study, b. an original creation, and c. a significant chesed.
5. List the questions that occur to you on the parsha and make a serious endeavor to find answers to them. Keep track of which meforshim answer most of your questions: as you continue your studies of Chumash, you will find this list a helpful resource.
6. Learn another extensive commentary on the parsha.
7. Together with your group leader, design some other meaningful activity based on the parsha, and do it.