Ghana girls on skype
Only after a relationship is formed does the correspondent advise that they are from Ghana.
Relationships can last anywhere from 1-3 months before the Ghanaian correspondents will ask you for money.
The ATA students asked their Kumasi partners about the importance of reading aloud with family or friends, and were very impressed to learn how many languages their new Ghanaian friends actually speak.
This initial exchange has planted the seeds for a potentially rich partnership between these three very different schools through MCI’s School2School program.
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One of the day’s first linkages involved an exchange between the DREAM School, a charter school in East Harlem, NY, and Lit World’s Migosi Girls Club, reading and speaking from Xavarian Senior High School in the Millennium City of Kisumu, Kenya. The Migosi Girls Club captured their experiences on video.
DREAM School students had the chance to ask questions and to discuss the importance of reading with the Lit World staff and then watched as Hip Hop artist Spirit pumped up the crowd, leading a chorus of students in proclaiming, “WORLD! Another exchange, this time three-way, involved Washington, DC’s Arts & Technology Academy (ATA), a DC public charter where all the children are entitled to free breakfast and lunch, and Sidwell Friends School, a Washington independent Quaker school, connecting, thanks to global communications giants Ericsson and Airtel Ghana, with Kumasi, Ghana’s Opoku Ware Junior High, bridging not only the physical distance between Washington and Ghana, but also bridging the deep economic divides within Washington itself.
Despite the difficulties of maintaining a consistent three-way video link via Skype, the students were nevertheless able to exchange their own stories and questions.
The students at Opoku Ware greeted everyone at ATA with a loud call of “AKWAABA,” the Twi language word used across Ashanti land for “welcome,” and were answered with shouts of “WELCOME! Students and teachers heard each other read adventure stories composed jointly, thanks to the Internet, by the Opoku Ware and Sidwell Friends students, and then the schools broke off into pairs.
Pictures are generally headshots taken from websites (the most notable coming from a Brazilian transsexual website).