This is a short quiz on the theme of books. There are five rounds of six questions as well as a tie-break round. All answers are provided. There are some questions about books in general as well as questions about the novels Under the Hawthorn Tree, The Iron Man, War Horse and Narnia – The Voyage of the Dawn Treader.
Source: Kathleen Byrne [click to continue…]
Table Quiz based on the book “Wildflower Girl” by Marita Conlon Mc Kenna. It consists of 127 Powerpoint slides with all of the questions based on the book. There are eight rounds with six questions in each round. All of the answers, along with a Tie-Break round are provided. Hopefully, there is a mixture of easy enough questions and some to challenge the memory of the pupils. The aim really is that pupils should be able to get a good few correct with the harder ones there to sort out winners. [click to continue…]
Ocht babhta le sé cheist i ngach babhta, babhta réitigh chomh maith le freagraí go léir ar 127 sleamhnán Powerpoint. Tá an tráth na gceist seo an-oiriúnach don CBI (IWB) sa seomra ranga nó i halla na scoile. Tá sé oiriúnach do pháistí sna meán ranganna agus sna hardranganna. I mo scoil fhéin eagraítear é go bhfuil dalta amháin ó rang 3,4,5 agus 6 ar gach foireann. Rinne mé iarracht go mbeadh ceisteanna éasca agus deacair i ngach babhta. (Tá súil agam nach bhfuil botúin ag baint leis na freagraí, ach má tá botúin ann, bígí cúramach agus tá brón orm!) [click to continue…]
“Rabhlaí Rabhlaí“ is a collection of 31 traditional poems and rhymes “as Gaeilge”, a copy of which should be in every primary school in the country. It is especially suitable to be used in junior classes. Pupils in these classes will undoubtedly find the rhymes engaging and they will certainly motivate them to learn and have fun with rhymes as Gaeilge. [click to continue…]
This is the seventh of David Ganly’s ICT in the Classroom eBulletins. David teaches in Donabate Community College and he says that the eBulletin started off as an idea he had to engage and encourage teachers in his school to use ICT in the classroom. After putting the first edition together he soon realised that it would be more beneficial if he made it open for any teacher to use, so he then decided to circulate it through his email contacts, the CESI list and Edmodo. [click to continue…]