Project ID - TIS001154
Literacy in the Irish Medium School To help children reach their level of achievement through additional reading lessons To give children one to one experience or the experience of working in a small group to aid concentration and progress To assist the teacher in teaching reading in Irish To improve the literacy skills of the children through focussed reading lessons

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Scoil na Fuiseoige
BT17 0RL


Eilís O Neill

Student Skills

Irish speaker required, someone with a genuine interest in teaching as a career

Expected Pupil Outcomes

Pupil's confidence in reading improved after programme Pupil's reading skills improved Pupil's love of reading enhanced due to nature of individual/small group attention Pupil's literacy skills improved overall due to enhanced reading programme

Expected Student Tutor Outcomes

Knowledge of teaching of reading in an Irish Medium School

Extra Information

The children's literacy is predominantly taught through Irish

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