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: The Place of the Khurbn in Yiddish Language Classes

Sandra Chiritescu

The latest in our series in which we poll Yiddish studies instructors about a topic related to their teaching. This time, we want to know whether and how you introduce the topic of the Holocaust in your Yiddish language instruction.

Pedagogy

Guidelines for Yiddish in Bibliographies: A Supplement to YIVO Transliteration

Isaac L. Bleaman

The purpose of this document is to fill some of the gaps in the YIVO system of transliteration for bibliographies.

Pedagogy

Using Yiddish to Teach About German Antisemitism

Sonia Gollance

Nineteenth-century German attitudes toward Jewish speech are a powerful way to understand the pervasiveness and normalization of antisemitism in German society even at a time when genocide was unthinkable.

Pedagogy

Teaching Guide to Jacob Glatstein’s Anti-Fascist Poem “Goblin Nogood Has Run Out of Clout” (trans. Shandler)

Mark I. West

Mark I. West offers suggestions for teaching Jacob Glatstein’s 1943 Anti-Fascist children’s poem.

Pedagogy

Teaching Guide to Erotic Yiddish Poetry

Jessica Kirzane

This teaching guide offers suggestions and reflections from several scholars about teaching erotic Yiddish poetry.

Pedagogy

Invitation to Participate: Yiddish Student Survey

Jonah Lubin

Calling all students! Participate in our pedagogy poll.

Pedagogy

Teaching Yiddish Through Song

Jessica Kirzane

Pedagogy

Yiddish in ale lender! Yiddish Summer Programs Roundup 2019

Miranda Cooper

Looking to improve your Yiddish this summer? There are options all over the world, from traditional classroom-based programs to music festivals, and everything in between — and we’ve done the research so you don’t have to.

Pedagogy

Online Yiddish Language Instruction: A Conversation

The Editors

A conversation between language instructors who teach and think about online courses, answering a series of questions that we posed in order to reflect on the state of online Yiddish language learning.

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