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      Default TEACHING SYLLABUS FOR GHANAIAN Language (AKUAPEM TWI)

      MINISTRY OF EDUCATION, SCIENCE AND SPORTS
      REPUBLIC OF GHANA
      TEACHING SYLLABUS FOR GHANAIAN LANGUAGE
      (AKUAPEM TWI)
      (SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL 2 - 4)
      Enquiries and comments on this syllabus should be addressed to:
      The Director
      Curriculum Research and Development Division (CRDD)
      P.O. Box 2739
      Accra, Ghana
      Tel: 021-683668
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