Ghana girls on skype
In Accra, Ghana, students from Osu Home Junior High School connected with the Bronxville Elementary School in Bronxville, NY.
The Mayor of Accra, the Honorable Alfred Vanderpuije, read to Ghanaian students and video-Skyped with Mayor Mary Marvin of Bronxville and the Bronxville public school students.
Since Ghana is known as the Gold Coast most Ghanaian correspondents are able to convince their victim friend that they carry their inheritance in the form of gold bars that they will smuggle out of Ghana to start their new life with the victim.
Many believe this and have parted with as much as ,000 in the hope of receiving millions of dollars worth of gold when their "friend" arrives to be with them. Hello Sweetness, How are you doing today, I miss you and i love you so much baby.
Regardless of the reason for the request, people are usually so involved in the relationship that they send money on the first request.
Words – and worlds – were shared in celebration of the second annual World Read Aloud Day, organized by Lit World, on March 9, 2011.
As part of Lit World’s much larger celebration of reading, literacy and learning, students from across the Millennium Cities connected with students in the United States via Skype, to share stories and talk about the importance of reading. ,” one group after the next, and then reading to them from a book about peace.
MCI’s ongoing partnership with Lit World, which includes Lit World’s training teachers in the Millennium Cities to organize and lead confidence-building Girls’ Clubs, encourages learning opportunities that foster literacy and other study skills, while building connections, opening windows to a world of educational opportunities and, in so doing, boosting girls’ self-esteem.
The World Read Aloud Day celebrations across two continents, this year including 11 schools in four sub-Saharan and five American cities, contribute to this goal – providing students in some of the world’s most vulnerable communities with an invaluable opportunity to connect and share their own words, stories and dreams with students nearly halfway around the globe.
Only after a relationship is formed does the correspondent advise that they are from Ghana.