The children’s class provides a fun, safe space for your children to connect deeply with their ancestral heritage. From nursery rhymes and common songs to forming thoughts and expressing themselves, your children will quickly master the basics of Yoruba in this course, with the option to continue advanced lessons.
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With older children, we follow standard language acquisition requirements at the different stages of proficiency.Stage I (Formulaic): Learners understand and produce signs, words, and phrases.
Stage II (Created): Learners understand and produce sentences and strings of sentences.
Stage III (Planned): Learners understand and produce paragraphs and strings of paragraphs.
Stage IV (Extended): Learners understand and produce cohesive texts composed of
All courses are taught by experienced instructors who are also native Yoruba speakers.
- Saturday School runs from 10am to 1pm on Saturdays.
- All courses take place in our Bedford Stuyvesant location.
++Africans in the Diaspora who are interested in learning their native languages (other than Yoruba) should contact firstname.lastname@example.org with the name of the language that you would like to learn in order to receive information about classes.++
Please review Tuition & Fee information before registering.