Jun 17, 1997 - 07:48 -
I have a question:
The best book on the procedures of the Jewish wedding ceremony and the symbolism of the various customs is "Made in Heaven" by Rabbi Aryeh Kaplan, published by Moznaim (a major Jewish press in New York). Another very useful and comprehensive book, although written in a cold prickly style, is "The Jewish Way in Love and Marriage" by Norman Lamm. If you read these two books, you will be able to knowledgably put lessons together that will be appropriate for your students.
There are also many Jewish marriage manuals -- books designed to help relationships survive *after* the wedding; as well as books explaining to couples the laws that regulate sexual activity in marriage. I assume that is beyond the scope of your question.