Nkɔmmɔdie Twi Ntoasoɔ (Ɔfa a ɛtɔ so mmienu) Intermediate Conversational Twi
Okunini Ọbádélé Kambon
Intermediate Twi Course Description
Intermediate Conversational Twi is an eight-class course where you will continue building upon essentials to function in a Twi-speaking environment within an Akan cultural context.
You will learn conversational skills regarding the family, time, trade, health, food, games, travel and more. You will learn pronunciation, sentence structure, regular verb tenses and more.
Cultural lessons are part of language learning and you will learn how to appropriately find out information from others, how to address different people, proverbs and more.
Learning activities are appropriate for all ages and will include listening, speaking, reading, role-playing, writing and more.
You will be expected to reinforce learning between classes by completing homework assignments and by learning and using vocabulary words.
A practical assessment of acquired skills concludes the course.
Learn Intermediate Conversational Akan (Twi) Online In One Month!
(A Brand New Online Course from Abibitumi Kasa)
What: You are invited to join one-month (8 class) sessions of Intermediate Conversational Twi.
Who: All Afrikan people who are serious about being Afrikan
When: Next class session starts the week of January 9, 2023
Mondays AND Wednesdays Conversational Akan (Twi) 4:00PM-6:00PM Eastern
Where: Abibitumi Kasa Akan (Twi) classroom
How Much: 4.0000 USD for eight (8) class Intensive Intermediate Conversational Akan (Twi) Session; Contact us about cost of advanced individual tutorials or if you require special payment arrangements.
Why: Repatriation, Visit, Interacting with Family, Returning to Your Afrikan Roots and more.
Access to downloadable/streamed files containing entire lessons with notes, exercises, assignments, and multimedia learning activities in addition to a list of supplementary learning resources will be made available at our website.
Intermediate Twi Course Syllabus
Adesuadeɛ a ɛdi kan: W’abusua
Adesuadeɛ a ɛtɔ so mmienu: Berɛ (time)
Adesuadeɛ a ɛtɔ so mmiɛnsa: Dwa mu (market)
Adesuadeɛ a ɛtɔ so nnan: Ahoɔden/Apɔmuden (health)
Adesuadeɛ a ɛtɔ so nnum: Aduane (food)
Adesuadeɛ a ɛtɔ so nsia: Agorɔ (games/play)
Adesuadeɛ a ɛtɔ so nson: Akwantuo (travel)
Adesuadeɛ a ɛtɔ so nwɔtwe: Awieeɛ dwumadie (Work on final projects)
1.Introduction: lesson review
2.Overview: outline learning objectives
3.Lesson – using listening, speaking, reading and other activities
4.Introduce new vocabulary
5.Exercises and practice
6.Recap the day’s lesson and assign week’s homework.
Lesson Components (presented in any order)
- Nkɔmmɔdie (dialogue) i.e using the language
- Exercises, i.e reciting numbers, place names/locations, etc
- Listening and comprehension exercises.
- Reading and writing exercises.
- Cultural notes i.e. The Akan worldview and customs
- Grammar notes.
Contact us at [email protected] for more information!