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Posted by abdul at April 20th, 2013
Igalapedia is a result oriented project in nature as conceived by the founder, every key items or objects that found them self for used in IGALAPEDIA have a significance meaning to the concept and the dream for the project. The complete Igalapedia logo is an embodiment of personal struggles from an obscured sphere of life transforming itself into a phenomena that will be celebrated by the noble IGALA ethnic nationality and the world at large.
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Articles for learning Igala language
- Igala alphabet – Ẹ
- The maiden annual conference of the Igala studies association
- Division Of English Language And Literature
- Igala alphabet – U
- Igala Phonology
- IGALA CLAN SALUTATIONS
- Relational opposites in Igala language
- Why and how Igala numeration was recently modernized
- Igala Numeral System: Proposal for Modifications
- ANCIENT IGALA NUMERAL SYSTEM
- Overcoming the scare of language extinction a case for the Igala language
- Igala Studies
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Do you believe language can die?
- Cultivation of positive attitude towards Igala Language.
- What does it mean to say that a language is extinct?
- Lack of Intergenerational Language Transmission as a threath to Igala language
- Who made the UNESCO Atlas of the World’s Languages in Danger?
- Relevance of Igala language in education:
- How do you define an endangered language?
- Which are the regions with the most endangered languages?
- What are the causes of language endangerment and disappearance?
- Do new languages appear today?
- What can be done to save a language from disappearing?
- The effects of Governmental and institutional language attitudes
- Educational potentials of Igala language:
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- Organisation of the Igala Numeral System
- Udogba Olopu Aluka Igala
- Ejubejuailo – the ATA’s pectoral mask
- Phono semantic matching between lgbo and Igala language
- A case for Igala language studies in the curriculum of agricultural extension in schools
- Importance of Ita Alu Igala (Igala Proverbs).
- OHIAKA or OHIALA (Story telling)
- British imperialism and the reign of Attah Ameh Oboni – the inevitable clash)
- Need for adequate materials for Language Education and Literacy.
- Igalapedia Dictionary V1.01 (Gabaidu, Idakwo Ameh Oboni Series)
- Relationship Between Ígálá and Yorùbá Languages