Ladino, language of the Sephardic Jews

LADINO, LANGUAGE OF THE SEFARDIC JEWS

Grade of class: middle and junior high
Course lesson taught in: transversal during Spanish language and English language lessons
Category of lesson: Jewish Identity/preparation for family root project

Summary of goals: Awaken curiosity for their family roots; broaden their perception of themselves and their cultural heritage; “tearing down” of the virtual walls of their “virtual Ghetto” -> see explanation at the bottom about Roman Jewish comunity in order to understand what is intended.

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