Project ID - TIS001192
Helping older children with their Irish language. Aims: Helping primary 6 and primary 7 children improve their fluency in Irish language. The student will help the children with their reading skills.

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Project offered at

Gaelscoil Neachtain
BT47 4RS


Mairin Uí Cheallaigh

Student Skills

Irish. The student must have proficient fluency in Irish language and be able to interact with children appropriately.

Expected Pupil Outcomes

Pupils should become more confident in reading and writing in Irish.

Expected Student Tutor Outcomes

The student will have experience in improving children’s literacy skills and learn the layout of using Irish language in a classroom environment.

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