Saturday, March 25, 2006

Sedarim schedule for Yehoshua and Shoftim

Just a clarification\reminder for those of you embarking on the Sedarim system--Shabbos and Yom Tov Rishon are not included (these days are for chazara\parsha, etc.). But Yom Tov Sheini IS included. B'Hatzlacha.

Yehoshua:
March 30th 1:1-3:6
March 31st 3:7-4:23
April 1: Shabbos
April 2 4:24-6:26
April 3 6:27-8:32
April 4 8:33- 10:7
April 5 10:8-10:41
April 6 10:42-12:24
April 7 13:1-14:14
April 8: Shabbos
April 9 14:15-17:3
April 10 17:4-19:26
April 11 19:27-19:50
April 12 19:51-21:40
April 13: Pesach
April 14 21:41-22:33 (Yom Tov Sheini)
April 15:Shabbos
April 16: 22:34-24:33

Shoftim
April 17 1:1-2:6
April 18 2:7-3:30
April 19: Pesach
April 20 3:31-5:30 (Yom Tov Sheini)
April 21 5:31-6:39
April 22: Shabbos
April 23 6:40-8:2
April 24 8:3-9:6
April 25 9:7-9:56
April 26 10:1-11:31
April 27 11:32-13:23
April 28 13:24-16:2
April 29 :Shabbos
April 30 16:3-18:5
May 1 18:6-19:19
May 2 19:20-20:26
May 3 20:27-21:25

3 Comments:

Blogger Natan said...

Great! Thank You for this.

3:50 PM  
Blogger Kehuna Rabba said...

This is a great project and I'm enjoying the learning already. I'm confused about one thing, though - there are 293 sedarim in Nach, plus 71 days for Shabbatot and chagim yields 364. Koren says in a footnote that the number 71 is obtained by adding the number of Shabbatot in a solar year (52), 7 days of Pesah, 1 day of Shavuot, 8 days of Sukkot (including Shemini Atzeret), 2 days of Rosh Hashanah, and 1 of Yom Kippur. So it seems to me that to learn Nach by sedarim and finish in 365 days, we would not learn during hol haMoed Pesah, right? The current sedarim schedule lists learning on April 14, 16, 17, and 18. Anyway, let me know if I have this right or not - thanks.

6:24 AM  
Blogger qwerty said...

This is really great, and im trying to do the nach yomi by simanim. however, it is really frustrating when i have a hard time finding things on this blog site and the sedarim schedule is either untimely posted or not posted at all. if this is to be taken seriously, please do keep things up to date and make it more user friendly for the computer illiterate but trying to be nach literate. thank you.

10:01 PM  

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