Musical Ancestries™ is a quarterly program designed to teach school-aged children about their musical and cultural heritage. This episode is devoted to Jewish culture, instruments, music, and traditions! Listeners will meet Cantor Ruth and her four students as they share a lesson on the great diversity of Jewish music and culture through the principle of Tikkun Olam,  or”Repair of the World.” Thus begins an exciting lesson as the students experience diverse Jewish music from around the globe and discover its relevance to their lives.

Incorporated into the Prezi presentation below are visual images, maps, audio clips, text and hands-on activities that students, teachers and parents can use to enhance their learning experience. (If you are new to Prezi, please check out some simple ways to move through the program by clicking here.) In addition, an audio recording of the radio broadcast, the full script for the broadcast, and a list of related resources in the community can be accessed through the content boxes on this page. The See It, Hear It, Do It format fully engages the child in learning.

Musical Ancestries™ is made possible through a grant from the PNC Foundation through PNC Arts Alive, a multi-year initiative dedicated to supporting visual and performing arts.

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