Seven themes based units are interesting for Transition Year students (for example: CV, holidays, work experience and school events).
Emphasis was placed on interactive learning to foster respect and love for the language in the classroom, with a mixture of games, challenges, group work and fun lessons in each unit.
Opportunities to speak the language regularly to develop pupils' confidence in the oral examination. There is also an introduction to the picture sequences in the book.
Poetry and song range with suitable questions and research opportunities.
Lessons to enhance vocabulary and revise grammar.
Opportunities to conduct internet research in each unit and to use technology resources to target Irish online.
Suitable for Higher and Ordinary level students who will work in classes of mixed standard.
Writing space with each lesson. Shall Explore a portfolio of work at the end of the year.
Many cross - curricular lessons linked to other school subjects.
The ' Comórtas na Gaeilge ' challenge will encourage pupils to use and promote Irish outside the classroom throughout the year.
Exploration and Official Instructions
Explore materials to help you focus properly on language skills : reading, writing, listening, speaking and grammar.
This book links the New Junior Cycle to the Leaving Certificate System to prepare students for this change in fifth year.
This book covers the elements of the Approaches and Methods of Teaching set out for the Transition Year by the PDST .
Authors : Emma Nolan and Oisín Mac Cinnéide