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Paula Teitelbaum

Paula Teitelbaum is a language instructor who has taught Yiddish as well as Spanish and English to Speakers of Other Languages (ESL) in a variety of settings, including college, and pre-K through high school and adult education classes. She teaches Yiddish at the Uriel Weinreich Intensive Summer Program, and during the year at the YIVO Institute and the Workmen's Circle in New York. Since 2013 she has also been providing private and small group Yiddish classes online for students whose diverse interests range from improving their conversational fluency to refining their pronunciation for performing Yiddish songs, to being supported in their reading of Yiddish literature in the original. Her website for these services is located at http://learnyiddishlive.com.

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