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VIDEO: LOS JÓVENES QUE PRESERVARON LA MEMORIA
THIS LINK WILL TAKE YOU TO “PART 1” AND THEN THE LINK TO “PART 2” IS AVAILABLE THERE. Total time is only a little over 15 minutes.
This video was made in 2007. Participants who had helped after the terrorist attack in 1994, obviously, were being interviewed as adults.
I am posting this without charge with the author’s permission. We simply want to share the story.
In 1994 the Jewish Cultural Center in Buenos Aires was bombed. This video tells the story of the demonstration of love and respect of the young people who volunteered to help rescue the cultural materials damaged and lost in the rubble.
I accidentally found this video on-line. Having lived in Buenos Aires, I can understand their accent fairly well. Parts of the video were a bit hard for me to understand, so I contacted the author and director, Señor Rodolfo Compte, who graciously emailed me the written script, including clarification of things that would confuse someone who does not know the city—or some of the different vocabulary used in Argentina.
I HAD even included listening activities, but I noticed that the free kits are limited to 10 pages. In the listening activities, words are left out, giving the students the opportunity to hear the missing words. There is a word bank so they will know what they are listening for. If you will e-mail me, I will send you that additional part of the lesson. firstname.lastname@example.org
If you do use this lesson, please contact Rodolfo and thank him for this story.
"Rodolfo Compte" email@example.com
Rodolfo has given all teachers permission to share this information with other teachers.
No limits at all.