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  • Reading Association of Ireland Children's Book Awards - 2005 | Literacy Association of Ireland
    at the ceremony which was held in the INTO Teachers Club Aubrey was generous in his thanks to the O Brien Press and to his editor Mary Webb for their support and encouragement but singled out his wife Jennifer for particular mention in her unwaving support for both himself and his writing The short list for the 2005 awards was as follows Wings Over DelftAubrey Flegg O Brien Press Epic

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  • Tips For Parents | Literacy Association of Ireland
    is something that you care about and that reading opens up a whole new world of fun and adventure Join the library and go regularly with your child Everyone can have access to good books Encourage your child to choose books Ask the librarian for help Praise your child s interest in books and reading To become a reader your child needs to read and be read to at home it doesn t just come from schoolwork Discuss the pictures and the story with your child Put your finger under the words as you read to give the child the idea of linking words with sounds Young children love to hear the same stories over and over When they become familiar encourage your child to say any of the lines s he remembers at the right time Praise their early reading even when it is from memory because this is an important first step Children who can read independently Keep on reading aloud to your child continue as long as you both enjoy it Children love the cosy feeling of their parent reading to them and it keeps them interested in books Try to find books on their interests librarians can help here Ask in bookshops for particular topics Try starting a new book together to help the child get into it and then see if it takes off for them Try to encourage a varied reading diet comics are fine as long as they are not the only texts read Don t forget how much some children like fact books and list books Libraries have good selections of these Also look out for remainder bargains and second hand books stalls Encourage your young reader to read to you or to a younger child and praise them Talk to them

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  • Tips For Teachers | Literacy Association of Ireland
    on teaching ideas and topics from Irish teachers as well as providing links to international web pages with ideas from other countries Any ideas and inspiration would be greatly appreciated We would like to give credit to you for your ideas so please feel free to add any biographical information Please send any contributions to email protected Or post to Gerry Shiel Reading Association of Ireland Educational Research Centre St

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  • Teagasc na Gaeilge | Literacy Association of Ireland
    Awards 2005 Tips Parent Tips Teacher Tips Gaeilge EAL Links Teagasc na Gaeilge Comhtheacs Ta tabhacht ar leith ag baint le teagasc na Gaeilge Beidh abhar faoi theagasc na Gaeilge ar fail anseo ar ball Muinteoirí Tascanna samplacha Eisteacht Labhairt Leitheoireacht Scribhneoireacht Nascanna PCSP Tobar Aiseanna Teagasc do bhunmhuinteoiri Gaelscoileanna Comhar na Muinteoiri Gaeilge Aiseanna teagaisc san INTO Plean curaclama Achmhainni Eile Printer friendly version Literacy Association of Ireland Cumann

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  • Reading Literacy in an Additional Language | Literacy Association of Ireland
    life we start learning a language the further in the end we are likely to progress Second children i e younger learners seem to enjoy certain advantages as regards mastery of the sound system of a second language Third older learners adolescents and adults often make more rapid progress than children in the short term Fourth it is in principle possible to start learning a new language at any time of life and to make worthwhile progress Little 2000 p 11 Effectively maintaining the child s first language ability has been shown to be more likely to have a positive impact on additional language learning than cause problems While a teacher may not have any skill in the child s first language s he may attempt to enquire into their first language proficiency provide dual language books where possible and recognise that the child may already have accomplished literacy skills Many EAL pupils may develop oral communication skills very quickly It is estimated that it takes 5 years for a learner to develop cognitively academically in an additional language This is an important point to note in particular for new pupils in the senior end of the primary school whose cognitive English skills are already developed across the curriculum It is important that we try to strike a balance between the pupil s phonological pronunciation skills and their thinking and reasoning skills Teachers can give pupils the tools to articulate their thinking in reading and writing through modelling the thought processes involved in writing simple texts or evaluating the merits of a piece of literature for example Teachers need to ensure that after the basics have been achieved their approach to EAL reading instruction is based on reading for meaning Irish Facts Schools are granted a language support teaching post

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  • Links | Literacy Association of Ireland
    teach nology com themes lang arts abc http www theschoolbell com Links Dolch Contents html Assessment http action ncca ie http www erc ie testdept http www theeducatorsnetwork com main rubricindex html Digital Literacy http projects edtech sandi net staffdev buildingblocks p index htm http webquest org index php http webquest sdsu edu webquestwebquest hs html http www cbiproject net http www edunet ie http www kented org uk ngfl

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  • Are tablet computers harming our children's ability to read? | Literacy Association of Ireland
    harming our children s ability to read A recent article in the Guardian Newspaper click here examines the effects of technology on children s reading habits and argues that print based books continue to provide opportunities for reading as a social activity Gerry Shiel s blog Printer friendly version Comments Post new comment Your name E mail The content of this field is kept private and will not be shown

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  • ILA 30 Under 30 Scheme | Literacy Association of Ireland
    ILA 30 Under 30 Scheme The International Liteacy Association has announced a scheme to recognise promising literacy educators under the age of 30 Please consider nominating yourself or a colleage by the deadline of June 21st Visit here for details Gerry Shiel s blog Printer friendly version Comments Post new comment Your name E mail The content of this field is kept private and will not be shown publicly Homepage

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