Open Enrollment! Long Distance Learners Worldwide and Kapolei Classes... E holo mai kākou a leʻa i ke aʻo mai o ko Hawaiʻi... Let us all go and immerse ourselves into learning of #Hawaiʻi.. ALOHA KAKOU,
PUA ANA KA MALANAI
HULA SCHOOL INVITES YOU, E KOMO MAI!
Every Tuesday: 5pm #ʻŌlelo-#HawaiianLanguage $40/month
Every Tuesday: 630pm Oli/Ancient Hula $40/month
ALL 13 years of age and older at 1001 Kamokila Blvd #133
We have a discount for those taking both classes.
We also have livestream with a state of the art digital classroom technology for long-distance learners world-wide.
EMAIL: firstname.lastname@example.org to get started and contact us.
HERE IS A SAMPLE OF TODAY'S #SLACKPOPUP for an idea of some of the great activities we engage in, in our state of the art digital classroom online and in traditional class settings:
William Isaac Kanakanui excerpt from an interview by Clinton Kanahele.
The following audio is from the Clinton Kanahele collection. These are manaleo, or #Hawaiian as a first-language speakers, interviewing other #manaleo. I love listening to the first language speakers as we need to set the standard higher as second language speakers to achieve the best proficiency and live our language.
1) Transcribe at your very best what you hear (or what you think you hear). HINT: Get some #PidginEnglish so #makaʻala, be observant.
2) Be orderly and be sure to differientiate person 1 from person 2 (or person 3, 4, 5 etc. IF there are more than two). Or if you feel sure, pick out Mr. Kanahele and Mr. Kanakanui yourself and label them appropriately.
3) Use the dictionary if needed for spelling as ʻokina and kahakō is essential in #Hawaiian spelling. You can find the puke wehewehe (dictionary) online at this link if needed: wehewehe.org
We will be translating this, after corrections, together.
Note to yourself the inflection of their voices. The way the tone of a question or statement goes "up" or "down" as we have different tonations for questions versus statements in English.