H1 Irish Essay Writing
Notes | Tutorials | Support
PreviewFREE Course Sample | Éagothromaíocht in Éirinn - Inequality in Ireland (25:17)
StartCeist na Timpeallachta | The Environment Issue (17:14)
StartFadhb na Tithíochta in Éirinn | The Housing Problem in Ireland (21:01)
StartTodhchaí na hEorpa | The Future of Europe (17:13)
StartFadhb an Bhochtanais | The Poverty Problem (16:43)
StartAn Córas Sláinte in Éirinn | The Health System in Ireland (19:22)
What is covered?
A series of 6 'H1 Level' essay notes and grinds focused on some of the most important topics on the syllabus. The grinds are under 20 minutes each, with one exception, and the notes are full of useful phrases and topic specific vocabulary.
The six topics covered are:
- Éagothromaíocht in Éirinn
- Ceist na Timpeallachta
- Fadhb na Tithíochta
- Todhchaí na hEorpa
- Fadhb an Bhochtanais
- An Córas Sláinte in Éirinn
Each student will receive immediate access to the notes (in PDF format), can play the accompanying grind on their device (phone/tablet/computer etc.), and ask the teacher questions via email.
There will be a live support webinar on Monday 20th May which deals with all of the most common questions that students have, before, during and after the live session.
Frequently Asked Questions
B.A.(Gaeilge & History), H.Dip Ed., M.Ed.
Oibrím mar mhúinteoir Gaeilge agus TFC i gcoláiste comhoideachais i gCo. Luimnigh. Is Gaeilgeoir mé agus creidim go láidir gur ‘beatha teanga í a labhairt’. Tá súil agam go gcabhróidh mé go mór leat i rith na bliana seo.
My fundamental belief when it comes to teaching Irish is very simple: “if you can speak it, you can write it“.
I’ve enjoyed more than 18 years of teaching Irish to all academic levels and student abilities. I’ve worked as both an Irish oral examiner and a written examiner with the SEC in the past.
I’m passionate about trying to make the Irish language more accessible to Leaving Cert students. For me, it all comes down to building students’ vocabulary and confidence over time, which enables them to speak the language with a reasonable degree of fluency.