I read Teacher Education with Yoruba and History as teaching subjects. I had my Bachelor's degree (B. Ed.) in 1988 at the University of Ibadan.
After the Nigeria Youth Service Corps service in 1989, I had the opportunity to teach the Yoruba language at many private homes, before securing an appointment as a Yoruba language teacher in the following secondary schools:
* Home Science Association Secondary School, Ruxton Road, Ikoyi, Lagos (1991-1992).
*Corona Secondary Schools, Agbara, Ogun State (1992-1996).
Next, I proceeded to obtain my Master's degree in Educational Management at the University of Ibadan, Ibadan in 1998. During this period I still taught several private learners the Yoruba language, within and outside the University campus.
At different times, I had opportunities to teach non-Yoruba groups and individuals and foreigners, the Yoruba language. I find teaching foreigners and non-Yoruba language-speaking people not only fascinating but also expository
It's easy, because Lagos is part of Yoruba land, but harbors non-Yoruba ethnic individuals and foreigners. So, there are always means of interacting with Yoruba people after each class experience.
For a beginner to ignite interaction with good understanding, it will be determined by the frequency of class. For instance, 3 - 4 classes in a week for 4 months (beginners) will produce an encouraging result.
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