YorubaSeptember 7, 2022 2023-03-07 10:40
The behavioural attributes derive from knowledge of the general functions of language and their application in our daily acts of communicative interactions cannot be overemphasised. Some of these functions impose considerable demands on the competence of both the speaker and hearer. The use of language to establish rapport, social contact, and to extend politeness to one’s interlocutor is a behavioural function which students should learn.
Philosophy and Objectives
The programme philosophy is in line with the national philosophy of Education in the country. The aims and objectives of the programmes however include:
- To inculcate the basic skills in the study of written languages.
- To acquaint students with the basic structures of English languages.
- To inculcate proficiency in the use of languages for communicative purposes.
- To expose students to the basic genres of Languages within and outside Nigeria.
- To prepare students for the teaching of languages, in the school system of Nigeria.
|S/N||Course Code||Course Title|
|1||YOR 111||Introduction to Phonetics|
|2||YOR 112||Introduction to Phonology|
|3||YOR 113||Introduction to Yoruba Oral Literature 1|
|4||YOR 114||Development of Yoruba Drama|
|5||YOR 115||Yoruba Orthography|
|6||YOR 121||Introduction to the History of Yoruba People|
|7||YOR 122||Introduction to Morphology|
|8||YOR 123||Development of Yoruba Poetry|
|9||YOR 124||Introduction to Yoruba Traditional Music|
|10||YOR 211||Use of Yoruba|
|11||YOR 212||Yoruba Syntax I|
|12||YOR 213||Introduction to Yoruba Films|
|13||YOR 214||Ifa Priesthood and System of Divinition|
|14||YOR 215||Literature and Society|
|15||YOR 221||Yoruba Phonology|
|16||YOR 222||Methods of Teaching Yoruba I|
|17||YOR 223||Yoruba Drama|
|18||YOR 224||Yoruba Folktales|
|19||YOR 225||Varieties of Prose in Yoruba|
|21||YOR 312||Literary Criticism I|
|22||YOR 313||The Novels of D.O. Fagunwa|
|23||YOR 314||News Editing for Print and Broadcast Media in Yoruba|
|24||YOR 315||Yoruba Social Institution and Material Culture|
|25||YOR 316||Varieties of Poetry in Yoruba|
|26||YOR 317||Issues of Gender in Yoruba|
|27||YOR 321||Post-Fagunwa Novels|
|28||YOR 322||Literary Criticisms II|
|29||YOR 323||Teaching Method in Yoruba II|
|30||YOR 324||Stylistics II|
|31||YOR 325||Research Methods in Yoruba|
|32||YOR 326||Grammar of Yoruba Language from the earliest to the present|
|33||YOR 327||Yoruba Localized Poetry|
|34||YOR 328||Thoughts and Beliefs of Yoruba People|
|35||YOR 421||Contemporary Yoruba Written Poetry|
|36||YOR 422||Contemporary Yoruba Prose Writing|
|37||YOR 423||Topics in the Structure of Yoruba|
|38||YOR 424||Detective Novels|
|39||YOR 425||The Ifa Literary Corpus|
|40||YOR 426||Creative Writing in Yoruba|
|41||YOR 427||Yoruba Dialectology|
UTME: Five SSCE credit or merit passes including English Language and Yoruba
UTME Subjects: Yoruba and any two subjects chosen from History, Lit. in English, French, CRK, Islamic Studies, Arabic and Geography/Physics.