Setswana mini word marathon: 50th anniversary of Botswana's Independence
|Mini-word marathon: 50th Botswana Independence Day||Would you like to be part of the Setswana living dictionary, and leave your contribution in a fun and easy way? |
To extend the celebration of Botswana's 50th Independence Day, we are going to have a fun online session about Botswana's history and culture.
Join our Language Manager, Ms Warona Makafu, for our mini word marathon, when we'll get together online for a brief talk on Botswana's history, followed by a session where we will collect and translate vocabulary related to Botswana's cultural identity: food, music, dance, clothing and more!
|Theme:||Botswana's 50th Independence Day|
|When?||Friday, 07/10 at 10:00 am (time in Botswana)|
|For how long?||45 min|
What will you have to do?
|Just log in on our online meeting space (desktop or tablet recommended) and have the Setswana living dictionary open on another window or on your mobile-phone. |
We will have an interactive session where you will be able to add 10-20 words to the living dictionary. We'll provide all the directions and you can ask questions at any point.
|Why take part in it?||You'll become part of the living dictionary and help preserve digital resources for Setswana, which will then be made available to the community on the living dictionary site. |
You will also have a change to meet our Language Manager, Ms Warona Makafu, and fellow community members who share a love an interest for Setswana.
And it will be fun!
|How do I sign up?||If you want to join us, click here to register and book a place. |
You will also need to be signed up to the Indonesian living dictionary: if you haven't yet, sign up for a free account here.
You will receive an email confirming your booking. If you have any trouble registering or joining the session on the day, please consult our webinar quick guide.
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