Quizzes/Tests - Tuteurs & professeurs d'igbo
I was born and raised in Igbo land, in Nigeria, where I spent uninterrupted 27 years of my life and schooled up to university level. Growing up, I always had the desire to keep Igbo language alive and contribute to its development as much as I can. I have translated report and research articles for government and non-governmental agencies in Nigeria. Despite being formally educated in Igbo language, I design layman friendly lesson plans, materials and homework on each topic to be treated. I will empower you to know how to put Igbo words together and sound like native speakers on your own. I design lessons and homework based on your environment, interests, and learning capacity. Your questions are my guide.
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I was born and raised in a beautiful Igbo town in the South Eastern part of Nigeria .Growing up ,Igbo is the predominant language spoken in my town. Spending a lot of time with my parents and grandparents enriched me with the beautiful stories of the Igbo people and Igbo land. The quest to keep Igbo language and culture alive made me to take it up as a course in the university and my love for Igbo language and culture made me to develop a huge interest in teaching because I know that someone out there needs to learn this beautiful language and rich cultural heritage . I have been teaching Igbo language for over six years and my unique teaching styles has endeared my students to me. I have taught learners of different ages and backgrounds both children and adults. I have prepared students for several Igbo language internal and external examinations and the results were splendid. I have taken learners that have no knowledge of Igbo from beginner to conversational level. My stre...
I am Nigerian and British. I grew up speaking Igbo and loving our culture and worried that if major investments are not made to keep the Culture alive then it will become extinct. I currently live in London and can see the struggle of parents to achieve teaching their children the language. I started to teach out of passion. My first student is my daughter and we use the walk to school time to revise the language. She is getting confident to teach her friends and teachers any new word she learns. I have worked at various levels in the private and public sector but now focused on building a platform that promotes the African culture. My first task is to focus on my native language Igbo. I am enjoying the impact and feedback from my students and parents. I am internally motivated, resilient and driven. I make my class fun, interactive, relaxed creating a home setting so students are comfortable to make mistakes and correct them. I use stories to paint pictures of our culture. I a...