Secondary Irish gaelic resources: grammar

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Gaeilge SOW - LCA

Gaeilge SOW - LCA

This is a scheme of work for LCA Irish. We do it over one year in our school so you may have to adapt for a two year program. Claddagh Classrooms

By CladdaghClassrooms

An Aimsir Display - The Weather in Irish Display

An Aimsir Display - The Weather in Irish Display

Simple display for the top of your board for the weather to change and use everyday. The display includes the following: Cad é an aimsir inniu? Uafasach Ceomhar Go hiontach Fuar Té Ag cur sneachta Gaofar Scamallach Tintreach & Tornach Ag cur baistí Grianmhar. PLEASE NOTE THESE ARE .PDF files only! Claddagh Classroom

By CladdaghClassrooms

Bia - Meabhia (Fastfood in irish)

Bia - Meabhia (Fastfood in irish)

Simple display & task to introduce students to the topic of fast food. Once finished I add these cards to the word wall at the back of our classroom. There are more tasks relating to this topic in my shop:) Bain taitneam as Claddagh Classrooms Clipart from Kate Hadfield designs

By CladdaghClassrooms

Irish Gaelic - Fun Way To Learn Bundle

Irish Gaelic - Fun Way To Learn Bundle

Are you learning Irish Gaelic? Are you looking for a fun way to learn Irish Gaelic? I have developed a way to learn different languages based on my experience as an ESL teacher. This pack has 57 different settings for students to talk about in Irish Gaelic. The worksheets themselves are in English and the students do need to translate the places and objects they see into Irish Gaelic. At the end of the session, the students can play a fun game of word bingo to show they have mastered that day's vocabulary. Try it, it is a lot of fun for everyone!

By peterfogarty

Gaeilge, Gutaí,

Gaeilge, Gutaí,

3rd-6th, age 8/9+ These 5 posters show words containing vowels with and without the 'fada'. They show how a 'fada' changes the pronunciation of words. They can be printed off and used in classroom display. You could also add words from your class spellings, readers and workbooks to make it more relevant.

By mcleanedel

Gaeilge: Gramadach, GutaÍ,

Gaeilge: Gramadach, GutaÍ,

These 5 posters show how adding a 'fada' to a vowel changes the pronunciation. Each poster gives words that contain each vowel, with and without the 'fada'. They can be printed out and used in a classroom display. You can add words that the children are learning to spell and words from their readers/workbooks.

By mcleanedel

Gaeilge san Aimsir Laithreach

Gaeilge san Aimsir Laithreach

3rd-6th classes age 8+ These 4 posters show verbs in the present tense with the endings highlighted in red font. There is a verb with each of the two endings plus two verbs beginning with vowels. These can be printed out large for classroom displays or smaller for children to use at home.

By mcleanedel

Gaeilge: Gramadach, An Aidiacht Shealbhach

Gaeilge: Gramadach, An Aidiacht Shealbhach

3rd-6th classes This is a set of 7 posters displaying 'An Aidiacht Shealbhach' for each of the 7 persons and showing how the base word changes.The changes are highlighted in red font. It includes the nouns: bríste, bróg, oráiste, úll, cóta agus pancóg. It also includes, 'I mo chonaí. They can be printed out large for classroom displays or smaller for pupils to make into a booklet for work at home.

By mcleanedel

Gaeilge: Leabhair Bheaga- briathra, an maith leat?, cé hé/hí seo?

Gaeilge: Leabhair Bheaga- briathra, an maith leat?, cé hé/hí seo?

classes 1st-4th, ages 6-10. These mini booklets can be printed out and completed as a whole class or group activity at the end of a unit of work, as revision or for homework. They can be laminated when completed and bound/stapled to make a class library of Irish 'Books' for children to read. These 'books' can be sent home to read with parents and used as revision. They can also be edited to add in more verbs/phrases of your choice to reflect the work done in your own classroom and also to differentiate for weaker/stronger children in your classroom. This idea can also be developed with other areas of the Irish Curriculum to make it useful for older classes. It can also be developed for the English Curriculum to make books on specific topics.

By mcleanedel