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Primary One Igbo Course (First Term—Third Term)

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Primary One Igbo Course (First Term—Third Term)

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This 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. Things one should be taught in primary one is 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 contents are 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 grasp it.

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What Will You Learn?

  • How to listen, call and identity names of things around them.
  • 2. How to respond to command
  • 3. Self Introduction
  • 4. How to have discussion between one another
  • 5. How to Count 1-20
  • 6. How to write and read the Igbo Alphabets
  • 7. Simple word formation
  • 8. How to cite children's poems
  • 9. Music/songs
  • 10. About tell Igbo Folktales
  • 11. Greetings
  • 12. How to keep environment clean
  • 13. Good behaviour
  • 14. How to count days
  • 15. How to spell some Igbo words

Course Content

Ịkpọgasị Ihe A na-ahụ na gburugburu gị aha (Naming things you see in your environment)
Recognizing items and their names in Igbo language

  • Names of Things in your environment ( ịkpọgasị ihe aha na gburugburu gị)

Abụ Ụmụaka (Children’s poems)
This topic discusses the Igbo poems for children. You will be able to cite poems. You will also learn tthe drama associated with poems. You will participate in singing some of them.

Ekele (Greetings)
Students will be able to greet very well.

Ime Ihe E Kwuru (To Respond to Command)
Students will learn how to respond to orders or do what they are asked to do.

Egwu/Uri (Song/Music)
Students will sing music and songs of their locality. They will also dance different kinds of music.

Ọnụọgụgụ (Numbers)
Students will be able to count from 0-20

Akụkọ Ifo (Folktales)
Students will be able to listen to and tell stories regarding the Igbo Folktales.

Idebe Gburugburu Ọcha (To keep the environment clean)
Students will learn basic ways to keep their environments clean

Mkparịtaụka Banyere Onwe (Discussion About Oneself)
Students will learn how to converse and introduce one another.

Ịgụ Ụbọchị (To Count Days)
Students will learn how to count days, weeks, months and year.

Ikwu ihe mmadụ na-eme (to say what one is doing)

Abịdịị Igbo (The Igbo Letters of Alphabet)
Students will be able to know the Igbo letters of alphabet.

Ezi Agwa (Good Behaviour)
Students will be able to explain good behaviour and bad behaviour.

Nsụpe Okwu Igbo Ụfọdụ (Spellings of some Igbo words)
Students will learn how to spell words in Igbo

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