- No exceptions to the requirements below
- Students must have a internet accessible laptop
- Student must have laptop camera turned on at all times
- A positive attitude and respect for themselves and others
- Students will learn conjugation, parts of speech, sentence structure, forming long sentences, parts of the body, telling time, counting from 11-100 (maybe more if time allows).
- At the mall/At the Market- Parts of clothing and student will learn various supermarket items, build more Swahili vocabulary, and become better speakers of this language.
- An exam is taken in the final class.
- Student may have a guest speaker in the final class as well
- students receive (1) Weekly Flash cards (2) Weekly handouts (3) Access to our exclusive Student Audio Lounge.
- Students will receive Student Welcome Packet to include login credentials 1-3 days before the class.
- Please email info@ResplendenceLanguageArts.com with questions, concerns, feedback. Thank you!
Section: Beginner’s Level 2A (BL2A)
Start Date: Starting April 15th 2023
Course meets: Sundays 1pm est & Saturdays 1pm est
Students in this level should have successfully completed beginners level 1 or should have command over all topics treated in this level. This is also a good continuation for students who took Beginner’s level 1. Students in this level will revise the sound systems learnt in beginner level 1 as well as forming simple sentences, negation, situational greetings, plural formation and pronouns. As part of the process, students will be exposed to the syntactic structure of the language. At the end of the course, they should be able to understand sentences and use commonly used expressions related to personal information and their immediate environment.
Briefly, the course objectives are :
- Introduce the origin and cultural plurality in Wolof culture.
- Plant interest and curiosity about our African heritage and a broader understanding of its spectrum
- Make it easy and accessible to approach the learning of a new language.
in a simple, succinct, and effective way, with the support of learning tools and the association of sounds to create basic concepts of the language for the student.
Requirements and Expected Outcomes
The student will need a good internet connection and some time to study and research.
We hope that the student feels familiar with basic concepts of language and culture and is able to be evaluated on what he/she/they learned during the course.
The evaluation will be made at the end of the course in order to understand how much of the content has been assimilated and the possible need for clarification or reinforcement. A student might receive assessments and/or quizzes throughout the semester
Attendance and participation in classes will also have a bearing on your final experience.
Attendance and Participation
Attendance is mandatory. Student experience will also depend on in-class
Activities to include roleplay and pronunciation. In addition, I’ll explain assignments in class, hand out related
materials, and discuss and clarify assigned readings. Missing class during that time will hurt not only the student but the group as well.
If a class is missed, they’re still responsible for any assignments and materials presented in class.
2 days before class 100% Refund.
day of class 50% refund
2nd class 25% refund
3rd class 5% refund
4th and 5th no refunds allowed.
Students will learn conjugation, parts of speech, sentence structure, forming long sentences, parts of the body, telling time, counting from 11-100 (maybe more if time allows), At the mall/At the Market- Parts of clothing and student will learn various supermarket items, build more Swahili vocabulary, and become better speakers of this language. An exam is taken in the final class. The student may have a guest speaker in the final class as well
(1) Weekly Flash cards (2) Weekly handouts (3) Access to our exclusive Student Audio Lounge.