In geveb Pedagogy Poll: Loyt di Studentn
Calling all students! We are interested in learning about what brings you to Yiddish Studies and what your learning experiences have been. Responses will be synthesized and published on In geveb's Pedagogy Section. Thank you for participating!
How old are you?
What was your first exposure to Yiddish Studies? How old were you at the time?
What was your impression of Yiddish before your first exposure to Yiddish studies?
How proficient are you in Yiddish?
fluent or near-fluent reading, writing, speaking, and listening skills
advanced reading, writing, speaking, and listening skills
can manage reading, writing, speaking, and listening but do so haltingly
beginners or basic reading, writing, speaking and listening skills
I know the alephbeys and/or I am comfortable with some key Yiddish vocabulary
I can read but I can't speak
I can speak but I can't read
What would you identify as your primary interest in Yiddish?
What Yiddish Studies classes have you taken? In what contexts (schools, programs, etc.) did you take these classes?
What ideas, themes, or characteristics do you look for in a Yiddish studies class?
What particular texts have you found meaningful or instructive in your development as a student of Yiddish or Yiddish studies?
What activities or assignments have you learned the most from?
What is your favorite piece of Yiddish media?
Is there anything else you'd like to share that our questions didn't cover?
What future subjects would you like to see us poll Yiddish studies students about?
What's your name? (We won't share it without your permission)
Can we publish your response? We might summarize or quote directly.
Yes but keep my answer anonymous
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