OLAC Record

Title:The children play "The Lion and the Little Goat"
0259-00000000 - The children play "The Lion and the Little Goat"
Farming, food and yam: language and cultural practices among Ikaan speakers
Contributor:Mathew Sunday Obagaye
Bose Ajibodu
Funke XXX
Kemi XXX
Moses Obagaye
Tosin Obagaye
XXX Obagaye
Contributor (author):Mathew Sunday Obagaye
Contributor (consultant):Bose Ajibodu
Funke XXX
Kemi XXX
Moses Obagaye
Tosin Obagaye
XXX Obagaye
Description:In this short video clip, we see small children playing a game where Tosin, the smallest child, sits in the middle of a circle made by the other children who are holding hands. Bose, the biggest child walks around the circle and all children sing a rhyme. Bose, who is walking around the circle, taps one child on the back each time the rhyme finishes so that this child joins the one walking around. In the end, there are no children left to make the circle.
Language_Name: Ikaan Language_Region: Africa Language_Country: Nigeria Project_Status: Complete Year: 2011 Start_Date: 2011-10-01 End_Date: 2013-09-30
Title The children play "The Lion and the Little Goat"
Identifier (URI):https://lat1.lis.soas.ac.uk/ds/asv?openpath=MPI1069445%23
Publisher:Sophie Salffner
School of Oriental and African Studies
Subject:Yoruba language
Subject (ISO639):yor


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OaiIdentifier:  oai:soas.ac.uk:MPI1069445
DateStamp:  2017-06-17
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Citation: Mathew Sunday Obagaye. 2013-02-17. Sophie Salffner.
Terms: area_Africa country_NG iso639_yor

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Country: Nigeria
Area: Africa

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