Grianghraif de Rang A hAon 2015-16
Márta - Cásc
Máirt Inide - bhí go leor pangóga againn, neam, neam!
Irish Press Cup (Craobh Iomána Mionúr na hÉireann) linn
Ag tógáil le K'Nex; mar chuid de Seachtain Eolaíochta na hÉireann
The class have been encouraged to compose fictional stories in Englishfor most of their year in Rang A hAon. The approach has been to avoid written correction of spelling and grammar mistakes with the focus being on developing their confidence in written story telling. They really loved the idea with many of them filling multiple cóipleabhar saorscríbhneoireachta with short fictional stories and associated illustrations.
The standard story had to have at least three characters and take-up at least three pages, although many of our young authors decided to link pieces together as chapters. Every child had a copy of my basic English dictionary and was actively encouraged to look-up spellings and to re-read their work as part of a reflective editing process.
Over the last couple of weeks before the holidays the gasúir switched from writing in their cóipleabhair to using special leathanaigh designed to allow them show-off their story-telling, joined handwriting and picture drawing skills to a wider audience - to become published authors! Tá a scéalta iontacha anseo thíos agus táim lán cinnte go mbaineadh sibh sásamh astu.
- Batman Fighting
- Cotton Squares
- Gaelic Football
- Minecraft (Zombies)
- Rock Stars
- The Farmer Who Had Lots Of Animals
- The Hurler That Never Learned
- The Ice Cream Truck
- The Knight Killed The Princess
- The Princess Dress-up Party
- The Really Good Golfer
- The Really Good Hurler
- The Red Dragon (A)
- The Red Dragon (L)
- The Red Dragon Jim
- The Scarecrow's Return
- The Story Of A Poor Man
- The Strongest Man
- The Toe Zombies And The Man
- The Tree Sharks
- The Woman In The Shop