Junior Cycle

  • Clock Face Starter Activity

    Get them speaking!

    A fantastically simple yet effective way to get students speaking in the classroom to practise particular topics following the traditional idea of speed dating but in a new and exciting way.

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  • Writing a description of a painting

    Dorota Połatyńska provides us with a very specific way in which we can use paintings and descriptions of them to help them to use adjectives, prepositions and nouns. This activity begins with a reception activity and develops into a production activity where students are writing their own descriptions of paintings.

    It involves students (and teacher!) drawing descriptions of the paintings and comparison of the two to help reinforce their understanding of the target texts.

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  • 20 Ways to Reflect in the Languages Classroom

    Do you want to find out how to get your students to reflect more? The new Junior Cycle curriculum requires students to reflect more on their language learning processes. This document produced by the PPLI gives you 20 quick ways in which you can get reflection into your classroom. Accompanied by photocopiable sheets, these will help you and your students to become increasingly familiar with the language of reflection.

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  • Using Newspapers in the Languages Classroom

    Local, regional and national newspapers give students another insight into the culture of the target country. The following resource has been developed for teachers to show how you could use reading material from the target language culture in the classroom.

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  • Culture boxes

    What do you see in a culture?

    It’s all a question of perspective… “Making the familiar strange and the strange familiar’ and ‘making the general specific’ are two intercultural education strategies.

    Culture boxes can be used as a starting point for intercultural reflection in the languages classroom. They also support the teaching and learning of the socio-cultural knowledge and intercultural awareness.

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  • #ILoveMFL Conference

    #ILoveMFL which took place on the 21st September 2019 at UCC, Cork, a collaborative event between PPLI and JCT.

    This link will take you to the powerpoint presentations, keynote videos, photos and other resources from the day. These will be uploaded to the site periodically as they become available.

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  • Sentence Creation using Authentic Texts

    This activity uses authentic texts to practise key vocabulary in them before dealing with the text as a whole.

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  • Ideas for working on role plays

    This is a strategy to prepare students doing role plays.

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  • Live Fluent (Website) – A community of language learners for language learners

    A fantastic website that deals with language learner from a learner’s perspective. Essentially a blogging platform, this website acts combines actual didactic material, with language learning experiences and reflection. This helps the user to understand the more informal grammar and vocabulary explanations as they are highly personalised to different learner contexts.

    Click here to access the website.

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  • Using song clips in the languages classroom

    Tahis resource from the PPLI provides ideas of how to use songs in the languages classroom. There are a number of quick and helpful tips that you can use to use songs to reinforce vocabulary, grammar, ideas and structures.

    To download this resource as a PDF, click here

     

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    Frazeologia

    FRAZEOLOGIA – co to jest?
    trwałe połączenia dwóch lub więcej wyrazów,
    które w zasadzie zachowują się tak, jak wyrazy pojedyncze.
    Takie trwałe połączenia to związki frazeologiczne (frazeologizmy). Związki frazeologiczne nazywamy łączną nazwą frazeologia. Frazeologia to zatem zbiór trwałych połączeń wyrazowych, takich jak Wyszło szydło z worka, Dzień dobry, Moja chata z kraja, Mimo że…, Ojciec dzieciom, W tym coś jest, Biały kruk, O mój Boże, Daj spokój, Twardy orzech do zgryzienia…
    KARTA PRACY

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    Czytanie ze Zrozumieniem

    Jak czytać ze zrozumieniem? Jak czytać, by rozumieć?

    Aby przeczytać tekst z pełnym zrozumieniem trzeba uzmysłowić sobie, że czytanie ze zrozumieniem składa się tak naprawdę z trzech podstawowych etapów: wstępne rozpoznanie całości, czytanie włąściwe, synteza zdobytej wiedzy. Każdy z tych etapów jest bardzo istotny dla zrozumienia czytanego tekstu. Jeśli nauczysz się tej procedury i będziesz ją zawsze stosował czytanie ze zrozumieniem będzie dla Ciebie naprawdę proste.

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    Zasady Pisowni z “rz’ i “ż”

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    Klarowne wytłumaczenie zasad pisowni wyrazów z “rz” i “ż” z przykłądami oraz wyjątkami. 

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    Ćwiczenie Językowe- Karta Pracy

    Sprawdź się -Karta Pracy.

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    Learn Polish with Babbel

    Babbel is the new way to learn a foreign language. The comprehensive learning system combines effective education methods with state-of-the-art technology. Why not try this free online course in Polish.

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