Pedagogy

Reflections on the teaching and learning of Yiddish, as well as downloadable guides, exercises, and lesson plans to use in the classroom.

Pedagogy

לויט די לערערס | Teachers Weigh In: Teaching with Sholem Aleichem

Instruc­tors share their thoughts on teach­ing with Sholem Aleichem.

Pedagogy

Tam – Tastes of Yiddish Culture for Kids & Teens

Klez­Cal­i­for­nia, found­ed in 2003, and locat­ed in the San Fran­cis­co Bay Area, devel­oped an ini­tia­tive to bring mate­ri­als about Yid­dish cul­ture to Jew­ish youth in reli­gious schools and day schools. 

Pedagogy

Teaching Yiddish in the Digital Age

The fourth in a series of reflec­tions on Yid­dish ped­a­gogy in the dig­i­tal age. Here, Paula Teitle­baum dis­cuss­es the way that dig­i­tal tech­nol­o­gy has shaped her teaching.

Pedagogy

Integrating Yiddish Materials in a Jewish Day School Environment

A dis­cus­sion of how Fey­gi Zyl­ber­man, a mid­dle school His­to­ry and Jew­ish Stud­ies teacher at a Pro­gres­sive Jew­ish com­mu­ni­ty day school in Mel­bourne, Aus­tralia, employs Yid­dish in her class­room, with a work­sheet to use along­side the divorce scene in the film Hes­ter Street (1975).

Pedagogy

Who am I and Why am I Here? A Note from the Pedagogy Editor

A note from the new Ped­a­gogy Edi­tor about our plans for the Ped­a­gogy sec­tion of In geveb for the com­ing year. 

Pedagogy

Teaching Yiddish Through Performance

After-school enrich­ment class­es for chil­dren can be dead­ly to teach. Cre­ative per­for­mance is one way to keep stu­dents engaged and learning. 

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