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Primary Four Igbo Course (First — Third Term)

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Primary Four Igbo Course (First — Third Term)

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About Course

Primary Four Igbo course is designed to teach you everything you need to learn in Primary Four. The course is designed using the Educational curriculum from the Federal Ministry of Education in Nigeria through the Nigerian Educational Research and Development Council (NERDC). The course is a foundational level for anyone learning the Igbo language from the scratch or basic level. Things one should be taught in primary four have been discussed here. Additionally, we blend our courses with Igbo culture, history, oral tradition and literature to ensure that students have solid ground in the course of their study and life endeavors. The course content is audio and written materials. Bilingual contents as well; we realised that curriculum for teaching Igbo has no second and foreign language learners in mind. They are not considered. We use English to explain every word here in order to help anyone who never had any experience with the language to grasp it and grow to a professional level. We give foundational training and language nurturing here.

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What Will You Learn?

  • Students will learn everything in primary four curriculum to strengthen their Igbo foundational, cultural and communicative competence. They will be able to communicate in a great extent, know how to read and write as well. Students will learn Igbo arts, culture and tradition.

Course Content

Ọrụ Aka Dị Icheiche (Different Skills/Occupations)

  • Ọrụaka Dị Icheiche (Different Skills/Occupations)

Akụkọ Ifo: Ihe Mere Nkịta Ji Bụrụ Anụụlọ (Folktales: How the Dog became a domestic animal)

Njirimara Ndị Igbo (The Igbo Identity)

Ikwu/Ịgụ Oge (Time)

Ọnụọgụgụ 1-1000 (Numbers 1-1000)

Agwụgwa (Riddles)

Asụsụ: Tensị/Aspekịtị (Language: Tense/Aspect)

Agụmagụ (Literature)

Omenala: Ihe Ọma Na Ihe Ọjọọ (Culture: Good and Bad Things)

“Na” Dịka Enyemakangwaa (“Na” As Auxiliary Verb)

Ilu (Proverbs)

Edemede Leta (Letter Writing)

Ịzụ Ahịa (Buying and Selling)

Nkejiasụsụ: Nnọchiaha (Parts of Speech: Pronouns)

Mmepụta Na Mbawanye Akụnaụba Ala Anyị (Wealth Creation and Economic Development in our Country)

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