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languages:irish_in_ireland [2020/03/24 09:20]
ydwine [History of language education:]
languages:irish_in_ireland [2020/03/24 11:06]
ydwine [Learning resources and educational institutions]
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 === Ongoing projects === === Ongoing projects ===
-  * The National Council for Curriculum and Assessment ​ developed AISTEAR (Journey) in 2009, the Early Childhood Curriculum Framework, for children from birth to six years of age. It is based on four themes and is directed at practitioners and parents. [[http://​www.ncca.ie/​en/​Curriculum_and_Assessment/​Early_Childhood_and_Primary_Education/​Early_Childhood_Education/​]] 
  
-  * Comhar na Naíonraí Gaeltachta (Partnership of Gaeltacht Naíonraí) in collaboration with the Dublin Institute of Technology, ​has developed a specific curriculum for language enrichment and development with Gaeltacht children, entitled Loinnir (Radiance/​Brightness),​ and has published a number of books and CDs featuring rhymes and songs from local traditions. ​+  * [[http://​www.comharnaionrai.ie/​english.php|Comhar na Naíonraí Gaeltachta]] (Partnership of Gaeltacht Naíonraí) ​provides early years services (for naíonraí, crèches, breakfast clubs, afterschool services and parent and toddler groups ​in the Gaeltacht areas as well as administration,​ support and training) through the medium of Irish. \\ In collaboration with the Dublin Institute of Technology, ​CNNG developed a specific curriculum for language enrichment and development with Gaeltacht children, entitled Loinnir (Radiance/​Brightness),​ and has published a number of books and CDs featuring rhymes and songs from local traditions. ​ 
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 +  * The National Council for Curriculum and Assessment ​ developed [[https://​ncca.ie/​en/​early-childhood/​aistear/​|AISTEAR]] (Journey) in 2009, the Early Childhood Curriculum Framework, for children from birth to six years of age. It is based on four themes and is directed at practitioners and parents.  
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 ===== Primary education ===== ===== Primary education =====
  
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 ====== Learning resources and educational institutions ====== ====== Learning resources and educational institutions ======
-  ​* Irish Early Childhood Education, CNNG: http://www.comharnaionrai.ie/english.php+ 
 +Organisations and istitutes 
 +  ​[[http://​www.comharnaionrai.ie/​english.php|Comhar Naíonraí na Gaeltachta]]:​ CNNG, Irish Early Childhood Education 
 +  * [[http://www.gael-linn.ie/|Gael Linn]] operates Coláistí Samhraidh (summer colleges) in addition to school-based initiatives and inter-school debates. These summer colleges are organised by many groups during the summer months in all the Gaeltacht areas, usually for three weeks and with students staying with local Irish-speaking families. For most, it is their first encounter with social inter-personal use of Irish.
   * [[https://​www.stpatricks.qld.edu.au/​|St. Patrick’s College]], Thurles, in affiliation with the [[http://​www.ul.ie/​|University of Limerick]], offers Irish and education in combination with either religious or business studies.   * [[https://​www.stpatricks.qld.edu.au/​|St. Patrick’s College]], Thurles, in affiliation with the [[http://​www.ul.ie/​|University of Limerick]], offers Irish and education in combination with either religious or business studies.
-  * Gateway to the Irish language: http://​www.gaeilge.ie/​ 
   * [[http://​www.colaistenabhfiann.ie/?​lang=en|Coláiste na bhFiann]] is a youth organisation which runs summer courses but also organises clubs around the country during the year.    * [[http://​www.colaistenabhfiann.ie/?​lang=en|Coláiste na bhFiann]] is a youth organisation which runs summer courses but also organises clubs around the country during the year. 
-  * [[http://​www.gael-linn.ie/​|Gael Linn]] operates Coláistí Samhraidh (summer colleges) in addition to school-based initiatives and inter-school debates. These summer colleges are organised by many groups during the summer months in all the Gaeltacht areas, usually for three weeks and with students staying with local Irish-speaking families. For most, it is their first encounter with social inter-personal use of Irish. 
  
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 +Online learning resources
 +  * [[http://​www.gaeilge.ie/​|Gaeilge]]:​ gateway to the Irish language ​
 +  * [[https://​www.duolingo.com/​enroll/​ga/​en/​Learn-Irish|Duolingo]]:​ language learning application
 +  * [[https://​www.bitesize.irish/​|Bitesize Irish]]: online learning platform
 +  * [[http://​multidict.net/​clilstore/​|CLILstore]]:​ online audio-visual learning materials
 +  * [[https://​www.youtube.com/​watch?​v=Dck0MNqz9QU&​list=PLnyNxQk2MpZZMFcJybdysYK_ehWNNcqnk|Learn Irish]]: 6 Youtube lessons by Sian Ó Briain ​
 +  * [[https://​www.teanglann.ie/​ga/​|Foras na Gaeilge]]: dictionary English <-> Irish
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