With the Leaving Cert Irish oral fast approaching, Gaelchultúr is offering a range of courses to help students achieve their potential.
You’re very welcome to the March edition of Gaelchultúr’s newsletter. We hope you enjoy it!
In late January 2011, Gaelchultúr published a new learning resource, QuickGuide Irish Grammar, which is a glance card focusing on the main aspects of the grammar of the language. An interactive course based on that card is now available on Gaelchultúr’s e-learning website, www.ranganna.com.
Gaelchultúr has provided Irish language training in over 100 public sector bodies and departments since 2005 and is now offering a free Irish language training audit.
In an exclusive interview with Nuachtlitir Ghaelchultúir, the successful author Anna Heussaff talks to Michelle Ryan, administrator of ClubLeabhar.com, about her new detective novel, her life and experiences as an author, and her participation in the upcoming Dublin Book Festival.
Among the many events which took place as part of Temple Bar TradFest this year was a series of sean-nós singing and dancing workshops run by Gaelchultúr. We’ve put together a short video about those workshops so that our newsletter readers can get a taste of what happened in them.