Language Book Readied By Professor At CSU Okwumabua, Chika Ntkogu and Teresa Ntkugo. Copies will be sent to Rep. Clarence J. Brown Jr., Seventh District congressman, congressman, who is requested to find out if the book can be used in other areas. Copies also go to George Washington Univer- WILBERFORCE — Prepara- particular Peace Corps needs, summer 1965 for the Peace Eitv > University of California *t tion of 250 copies of a Peace They provide a functional vo-1 Coros volunteers of the African San Die S°' Calif - and More ~ Corps book on Igbo, langauge cabulary basic to communi- of Nigeria, has become a family family affair for Central State a professor at University. The copies are due by June 20. cations in the country being served, in this case Nigeria. Among the dialogues are greetings and general phrases, village child, at the mar, mar, PCV and some pupils, PCV and student who wants some Richard A. Williams, profes-i Peace Corps Volunteer (PCV) sor of Romance languages and chairman of the Language Department Department at the university, got two of his children involved in sorting pages and preparing them for putting together at the home of Cashin Neal, Stover. Stover. Dr. Neal's ABC Printin Williams also is assistant language 'coordinator at An- ad °P ted house College, all which have for their volunteers Spanish. Aj is getting ready there j tioch College, teaching Peace Corps group to go to Colombia. j In September he plans io. start on a book for mtennedi-J ate Igbo. This book is to be Peace Corps projects. help in precis writing, PCVjready by June and will pro- talks with students on school system in Nigeria, PCV socializing socializing with a student in village, vide self-study for Peace Corps workers while they are in Ni geria. Tos book will go along PCV buying gas at a gas sta- with the trainee, who will al Services is publishing the book. I tion, PCV and houseboy, PCVjready have been insthructed in The book is a revised edi-! havin g an evening chat with a I fee basic Igbo from Williams 'Nigerian counterpart in first book. This book is being tion of a 1964 book on elementary elementary level Igbo which was the partnership in prog r e s s used in training Peace Corps ! program and counselor visits volunteers who went to Nigeria. PCV to End a meeting There are 175 pages in the! ft 3316 with ^ elders of the vfl- book which prepares the stu-j la § e - All wiU be normal situa- dent to go io Nigeria and meet the natural life situations! ^ 0115 ^ Nigeria. Coles, an art student! done for Morehouse College which has an African Language Center and presently has a group in training for Nigeria. Williams said that the book completed now attempts to give Peace Corp volunteers a that he will face ! at Central State, has done il- central Igbo so that the sta- Through the audio-Hngual! 1 ^^ ^ *** book w ^ch dent will be able to speak fee method of language lea?ningj - W .. dialo g ues m action, j language in any part of fee the student is taught , r , Tone drills • I ear to hear tl com P Ies MIex - } Pro * WMam | edm me book I^t year Prot * | \Vilhams did a textbook in which train the country. Volunteers from var- made r * the best speakers available. Commenting on learning a language. Prof. Williams said, « p lfi -^ a mistaken ^ ^ fl feguage ^ be ^^ UP; j ust by j^g - m a countrv _ Krio, language of Sierra Leone, at Morehouse College in Atlanta, Atlanta, Ga. It was published in This is not true and a person might spend two years in a country and never learn fee language." Prof. Williams pointed out feat by using his book fee students students are grounded in the fundamentals fundamentals of the language and will become fluent in fee language. language. "A student that is taught Igbo will be able to speak fee language much better better than someone who has been in fee country for a few years," Williams said. The book contains 11 dialogues. The student memorizes memorizes the dialogue and through a series of dialogue adaptations adaptations makes fee dialogue a part of Ms speech patterns. Williams said feat since language language is a set of habits, machine machine practice becomes necessary, necessary, wife students spending an hour in the laboratory with a tape after each hour in class. The dialogues are tailored to ious areas of Nigeria have been used in fee training so feat mis central language could be completed. Helping wife fee project were Nnaemeka Isirimah, Thomas O.C. Ndubizu, Benjamin NKein DOCTOR AT 56—George E. 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