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Pamma's Panjabi Class

A project of SikhVille
WhatsApp Image 2018-09-04 at 10.26.31 AM.jpeg SUKHWINDER SINGH
Los Angeles, California, US
$8,530pledged of $41,660 goal
$8,530goal: $41,660
20donors
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The traditional approach to teaching Panjabi i.e. first learning the 35 Panjabi letters by rote, then learning the ‘muharni’ and then finally trying to read, is something that the new generations find very difficult and boring. This has resulted in a very negative image of Panjabi as either being too difficult or/and unnecessary. It is imperative this negativity must not be allowed to be passed on to the next generation. 
 
To say Panjabi this difficult cannot be further from the truth, because Panjabi is the EASIEST script in the world, largely due to it being a most perfect phonetic script.
 
Pamma’s Panjabi Class shall demystify this fear by bringing power of animation and a unique approach to learning Panjabi developed by Mr. Paramjeet Singh Sohal, a primary school teacher at UK Schools for over 20 years. This innovative Panjabi teaching method uses only 7 letter sounds (phonetic) initially and vowel symbols are then quickly introduced with a V.A.K (visual, auditory & kinesthetic) approach.
 
Any adult who has either missed an opportunity to learn Panjabi or were put off by the traditional approach will fall in love with Panjabi at Pamma’s Panjabi Class. After all learning Panjabi is “Fun & Easy”!!
 
About Mr. Sohal:

  1. UK born, learnt to read & write Panjabi at a typical Panjabi Sunday School run by the local Gurdwara Sahib at the age of 13.
  2. 1st Class (Hons) degree in Primary Education and has worked as primary school teacher in London for over 20 years.
  3. Respected as an experienced teaching practitioner, with great knowledge and understanding of pedagogy as one of his main strengths
  4. Had an invaluable insight into teaching Panjabi, when he took up the post for ‘Head of Panjabi & Sikh Studies’ at Khalsa School, Southall.
  • 01/11/2022

    a unique approach to animation production

    ਵਾਹਿਗੁਰੂਜੀਕਾਖਾਲਸਾ। ਵਾਹਿਗੁਰੂਜੀਕੀਫਤਿਹ।

    We are pleased to share the update on our ambitiuos project Pamma's Panjabi. The project took some delay in start as Mr. Sohal wasn't available during November & December due some important community projects that he couldn't say no and the process of his application for medical retirement got started during this period. 

    We are taking a novel approach to this project as Mr. Sohal and the animation team are located in England & Panjab respectivelty. I am also shuffling my time between California & Panjab. The novel approach is that Mr. Sohal would be recording the classes on video from which we'll be preparing the script and screenplays for the animation prodcution. 

    We are glad to give our worthy supporters a sneak preview of this process (kindly do not share the link in public).

    https://youtu.be/VecOEzC9Su4 

    Waheguru bless

    Sukhwinder Singh

Name Donation Date
N. K. $10.00 January 2022
Anonymous $50.00 December 2021
N. K. $10.00 December 2021
Hirday Samrai $200.00 December 2021
Brindarjit Gill $100.00 November 2021
Surjeet Singh $200.00 November 2021
Sukhdeep Singh Randhawa $100.00 November 2021
Anonymous $500.00 November 2021
Match Fund $100.00 November 2021
Narinder Kochar $10.00 November 2021
Tarlochan Singh $100.00 November 2021
Match Fund $250.00 November 2021
Sumitpal Singh $250.00 November 2021
Match Fund $200.00 November 2021
Kawaldeep singh $200.00 November 2021
Match Fund $400.00 November 2021
Anonymous $400.00 November 2021
Match Fund $400.00 November 2021
Prebhdev Singh $500.00 November 2021
Match Fund $400.00 November 2021
Match Fund $100.00 November 2021
Anonymous $100.00 November 2021
Match Fund $400.00 November 2021
K. S. $400.00 November 2021
Paramdeep Singh $400.00 November 2021
Match Fund $400.00 November 2021
Harshwinder Singh $400.00 November 2021
Anonymous $500.00 November 2021
Sarabjit Singh $1,200.00 November 2021
Tarandeep Singh $250.00 November 2021

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