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Jewish sound archive

October 19, 2010 Leave a comment

Here’s an interesting resource I recently learned about, the Jewish sound archives.

Among the materials that you can browse and search are:

  • Jewish humor in many languages
  • Yiddish folk songs
  • Yiddish theater
  • Ladino songs
  • Israeli folk songs
  • Chassidic nigunim
  • Cantorial performances
  • Religious services
  • Children’s holiday stories
  • Classical music by Jewish composers or performers
  • Historical Recordings
  • Radio shows and documentaries

http://www.dartmouth.edu/~djsa/index.php

Avivah

Categories: Jewish Resources

Talmud resources

July 19, 2010 Leave a comment

It’s always nice to learn about new resources that we can use to supplement the gemara learning of older homeschooled boys!  I’m very grateful to those who have invested themselves in projects like these, that make learning accessible for people of all ages and levels.

Torah Anytime– online courses

Talmud for Beginners Series– this is great for those just starting out who aren’t yet familiar with terms, etc.

Animated Talmud – this is a fun to watch animated series of 15 lessons that are suitable for kids of all ages; even my sixteen year old son enjoyed watching this!

Avivah

Categories: Jewish Resources, Talmud