|Halakhah (Law)||Aggadah [=Haggadah] (Not Law: Does include: Biblical interpretation, ethical maxims, stories, folklore, etc.|
|Midrash (attached to Bible. Usually for traditions that were derived from the Bible.||Halakhic Midrash: [="Tannaitic Midrash"]: Commentaries to most of the Torah by the schools of Rabbi Akiba and Rabbi Ishmael||Aggadic midrash [almost entirely from the Amoraic period]|
|Mishnah (independent of the Bible. Useful for non-Biblical "Oral Law" traditions, enactments, etc.)||The Mishnah (by Rabbi Judah the Prince).
|Very rare: e.g. Tractate Avot ("Ethics of the Fathers")|