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A Handy book to have if you want a quick briahtra to regular and irregular verbs in Irish. Yet you know you might have done it over and over again. Inservice days often reminded me of the need for variety, fun, movement and involvement of children back in the classroom.
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Apr 19, Maya rated it it was amazing Shelves: There is so much briathta to get so much done in such a short space of time. I often found that after teaching Irish to a class for gaeiilge whole term or maybe a year that in tests set later you would be wondering who was listening? I often remember on inservice days being totally bored after about 30 minutes and looking forward to the coffee break.
Kay rated it it was amazing Jul 31, Successful classes are where children are involved, creative, role playing, performing. Published by Folens Teo. We plan to bring more variety and integration to the rang Gaeilge with a much greater emphasis on labhairt na gaeilge. Briathta are no discussion topics on this book yet.