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Vocabulary Lists

Arguments and Informal Debates - Vocabulary

https://www.scoilnet.ieuploads/resources/23056/22779.pdf Added: 13 Jun 2017 Contributor: PDST Resource type: Treoir/nótaí

In this one page document there is suggested vocabulary for arguments and informal debates by class level. The purpose of debating and developing arguments is to persuade an audience to accept a particular point of view. Debates provide pupils with practice in giving and justifying opinions. Pupils will be required to research topics to provide relevant information to support their point of view. Debates can be used for exploring issues and different points of view such as topics from literature being studied in class or local concerns such as pollution, phone masts and current affairs.

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How it maps to the curriculum

in
1-2
3-4
5-6
Béarla

Strand: Teanga bhéil

Strand unit: Exploring and Using


Strand: Teanga bhéil

Strand unit: Understanding


Strand: Scríbhneoireacht

Strand unit: Cumais chognaíocha a fhorbairt trí theanga

Strand: Teanga bhéil

Strand unit: Exploring and Using


Strand: Teanga bhéil

Strand unit: Understanding


Strand: Scríbhneoireacht

Strand unit: Cumais chognaíocha a fhorbairt trí theanga

Strand: Teanga bhéil

Strand unit: Emotional & Imaginative Dev through Language


Strand: Teanga bhéil

Strand unit: Competence and Confidence in Using Language


Strand: Scríbhneoireacht

Strand unit: Cumais chognaíocha a fhorbairt trí theanga

Strand: Teanga bhéil

Strand unit: Emotional & Imaginative Dev through Language


Strand: Teanga bhéil

Strand unit: Competence and Confidence in Using Language


Strand: Scríbhneoireacht

Strand unit: Cumais chognaíocha a fhorbairt trí theanga

Asset type: Cáipéis
Language: Béarla
Rights: Gach ceart ar cosaint
Riachtanais Speisialta:


Conversations - Vocabulary List

https://www.scoilnet.ieuploads/resources/23058/22781.pdf Added: 13 Jun 2017 Contributor: PDST Resource type: Treoir/nótaí

Here a list of suggest vocabulary for children to use during conversations. This document can be used to assess Oral Language or as a teaching tool when teaching conversations in Oral Language.

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How it maps to the curriculum

in
1-2
3-4
5-6
Béarla

Strand: Teanga bhéil

Strand unit: Communicating


Strand: Teanga bhéil

Strand unit: Exploring and Using


Strand: Teanga bhéil

Strand unit: Understanding

Strand: Teanga bhéil

Strand unit: Communicating


Strand: Teanga bhéil

Strand unit: Exploring and Using


Strand: Teanga bhéil

Strand unit: Understanding

Strand: Teanga bhéil

Strand unit: Competence and Confidence in Using Language


Strand: Teanga bhéil

Strand unit: Cumais chognaíocha a fhorbairt trí theanga

Strand: Teanga bhéil

Strand unit: Competence and Confidence in Using Language


Strand: Teanga bhéil

Strand unit: Cumais chognaíocha a fhorbairt trí theanga

Asset type: Cáipéis
Language: Béarla
Rights: Gach ceart ar cosaint
Riachtanais Speisialta:


Giving Instructions or Procedures - Vocabulary List

https://www.scoilnet.ieuploads/resources/23059/22782.pdf Added: 13 Jun 2017 Contributor: PDST Resource type: Treoir/nótaí

This is a vocabulary list which guides the teacher as to what language children should be using at each class level when giving instructions.

Giving instructions and outlining procedures involve communicating a series of steps in order to accomplish an end. The language used for this spoken text includes the use of dictate verbs such as put, go, turn, take etc.

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How it maps to the curriculum

in
1-2
3-4
5-6
Béarla

Strand: Teanga bhéil

Strand unit: Exploring and Using


Strand: Teanga bhéil

Strand unit: Understanding

Strand: Teanga bhéil

Strand unit: Exploring and Using


Strand: Teanga bhéil

Strand unit: Understanding

Strand: Teanga bhéil

Strand unit: Cumais chognaíocha a fhorbairt trí theanga

Strand: Teanga bhéil

Strand unit: Cumais chognaíocha a fhorbairt trí theanga

Asset type: Cáipéis
Language: Béarla
Rights: Gach ceart ar cosaint
Riachtanais Speisialta:


Oral Reports - Vocabulary List

https://www.scoilnet.ieuploads/resources/23062/22785.pdf Added: 13 Jun 2017 Contributor: PDST Resource type: Treoir/nótaí

This is a two page document in which the structure of oral reports is given with suggested vocabulary for each class level.

Oral reports give pupils experience in selecting and organising information that will suit specific purposes, situations and audiences. Reports can be planned such as reporting on a project and unplanned such as the plenary part of a lessons. Oral reports are those based on a shared focus of interest or particular topics being studied at that particular point in time. Subjects like science and geography lend themselves to organising reports.

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How it maps to the curriculum

in
1-2
3-4
5-6
Béarla

Strand: Teanga bhéil

Strand unit: Communicating


Strand: Teanga bhéil

Strand unit: Exploring and Using


Strand: Teanga bhéil

Strand unit: Understanding

Strand: Teanga bhéil

Strand unit: Communicating


Strand: Teanga bhéil

Strand unit: Exploring and Using


Strand: Teanga bhéil

Strand unit: Understanding

Strand: Teanga bhéil

Strand unit: Competence and Confidence in Using Language


Strand: Teanga bhéil

Strand unit: Cumais chognaíocha a fhorbairt trí theanga

Strand: Teanga bhéil

Strand unit: Competence and Confidence in Using Language


Strand: Teanga bhéil

Strand unit: Cumais chognaíocha a fhorbairt trí theanga

Asset type: Cáipéis
Language: Béarla
Rights: Gach ceart ar cosaint
Riachtanais Speisialta:


Storytelling and Anecdotes - Vocabulary List

https://www.scoilnet.ieuploads/resources/23066/22789.pdf Added: 13 Jun 2017 Contributor: PDST Resource type: Treoir/nótaí

Here is a 2 page document from the PDST. Storytelling is broken up into 8 parts and there is recommended vocabulary for each class level.

Telling stories, recalling events and relating personal anecdotes has been how many cultures and societies have preserved and passed on their traditions. We constantly communicate information through stories e.g. Wait until I tell you a good one about … Storytelling is a vital part of everyday conversation and so should be an important feature in all classrooms. Teachers can extend storytelling skills into performance opportunities such as play, recital in drama.

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How it maps to the curriculum

in
1-2
3-4
5-6
Béarla

Strand: Teanga bhéil

Strand unit: Communicating


Strand: Teanga bhéil

Strand unit: Exploring and Using


Strand: Teanga bhéil

Strand unit: Understanding

Strand: Teanga bhéil

Strand unit: Communicating


Strand: Teanga bhéil

Strand unit: Exploring and Using


Strand: Teanga bhéil

Strand unit: Understanding

Strand: Teanga bhéil

Strand unit: Competence and Confidence in Using Language


Strand: Teanga bhéil

Strand unit: Cumais chognaíocha a fhorbairt trí theanga

Strand: Teanga bhéil

Strand unit: Competence and Confidence in Using Language


Strand: Teanga bhéil

Strand unit: Cumais chognaíocha a fhorbairt trí theanga

Asset type: Cáipéis
Language: Béarla
Rights: Gach ceart ar cosaint
Riachtanais Speisialta:


Interest Talks - Vocabulary List

https://www.scoilnet.ieuploads/resources/23072/22795.pdf Added: 13 Jun 2017 Contributor: PDST Resource type: Treoir/nótaí

In this one page document you will find a recommended structure for interest talks along with recommended vocabulary broken up by class level.

Interest talks are a way for pupils to share topics of personal interest with others. Choosing a topic they know about well allows pupils to concentrate on developing the skills needed to organise and present the information to others. Interest talks contain information that is used to describe and they can also contain explanations. They can be part of daily sharing sessions with a partner/small group or they can be developed into planned, formal presentations.

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How it maps to the curriculum

in
1-2
3-4
5-6
Béarla

Strand: Teanga bhéil

Strand unit: Communicating


Strand: Teanga bhéil

Strand unit: Exploring and Using


Strand: Teanga bhéil

Strand unit: Understanding

Strand: Teanga bhéil

Strand unit: Communicating


Strand: Teanga bhéil

Strand unit: Exploring and Using


Strand: Teanga bhéil

Strand unit: Understanding

Strand: Teanga bhéil

Strand unit: Cumais chognaíocha a fhorbairt trí theanga


Strand: Teanga bhéil

Strand unit: Competence and Confidence in Using Language

Strand: Teanga bhéil

Strand unit: Competence and Confidence in Using Language


Strand: Teanga bhéil

Strand unit: Cumais chognaíocha a fhorbairt trí theanga

Asset type: Cáipéis
Language: Béarla
Rights: Gach ceart ar cosaint
Riachtanais Speisialta:


Formal Debate Vocabulary list

https://www.scoilnet.ieuploads/resources/23057/22780.pdf Added: 13 Jun 2017 Contributor: PDST Resource type: Treoir/nótaí

This one page document from the PDST provides a guide as to what vocabulary children should use in formal debates. The vocabulary is broken up by class level and structure of the debate from greeting, thesis, position, evidence, alternative position and conclusion.

The purpose of debating and developing arguments is to persuade an audience to accept a particular point of view. Debates provide pupils with practice in giving and justifying opinions. Pupils will be required to research topics to provide relevant information to support their point of view. Debates can be used for exploring issues and different points of view such as topics from literature being studied in class or local concerns such as pollution, phone masts and current affairs,

View full description

How it maps to the curriculum

in
1-2
3-4
5-6
Béarla

Strand: Teanga bhéil

Strand unit: Exploring and Using


Strand: Teanga bhéil

Strand unit: Understanding

Strand: Teanga bhéil

Strand unit: Exploring and Using


Strand: Teanga bhéil

Strand unit: Understanding

Strand: Teanga bhéil

Strand unit: Cumais chognaíocha a fhorbairt trí theanga

Strand: Teanga bhéil

Strand unit: Cumais chognaíocha a fhorbairt trí theanga

Asset type: Cáipéis
Language: Béarla
Rights: Gach ceart ar cosaint
Riachtanais Speisialta:


Co-operative Group Work Roles and Vocabulary List

https://www.scoilnet.ieuploads/resources/23060/22783.pdf Added: 13 Jun 2017 Contributor: PDST Resource type: Treoir/nótaí

Here is a document with 4 roles for Oral Language group work along with suggested vocabulary for each role. The roles are manager, encourager, record keeper or data gatherer and spokesperson. There is also a short explanation of the function of each role within the group.

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How it maps to the curriculum

in
1-2
3-4
5-6
Béarla

Strand: Teanga bhéil

Strand unit: Communicating


Strand: Teanga bhéil

Strand unit: Exploring and Using


Strand: Teanga bhéil

Strand unit: Understanding

Strand: Teanga bhéil

Strand unit: Communicating


Strand: Teanga bhéil

Strand unit: Exploring and Using


Strand: Teanga bhéil

Strand unit: Understanding

Strand: Teanga bhéil

Strand unit: Competence and Confidence in Using Language


Strand: Teanga bhéil

Strand unit: Cumais chognaíocha a fhorbairt trí theanga

Strand: Teanga bhéil

Strand unit: Competence and Confidence in Using Language


Strand: Teanga bhéil

Strand unit: Cumais chognaíocha a fhorbairt trí theanga

Asset type: Cáipéis
Language: Béarla
Rights: Gach ceart ar cosaint
Riachtanais Speisialta:


Partner and Small Group Work - Vocabulary List

https://www.scoilnet.ieuploads/resources/23061/22784.pdf Added: 13 Jun 2017 Contributor: PDST Resource type: Treoir/nótaí

Here is a vocabulary list divided by class level for children to use when working in pairs or as part of a small group.

Partner and small group work provides an authentic learning context in which students can develop both speaking and listening skills. Pupils are allowed to become actively involved in the construction of their own knowledge. This can often lead to a greater understanding and internalisation of material. Pupils are allowed to use language to interact and plan, take on a particular role such as the manager, the recorder etc., develop a group activity and monitor and reflect on the task/learning. Small group learning allows the teacher to effectively scaffold students learning by providing guidance towards ensuring that the groups run smoothly, that allocated roles are working and that learning is being fostered.

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How it maps to the curriculum

in
1-2
3-4
5-6
Béarla

Strand: Teanga bhéil

Strand unit: Communicating


Strand: Teanga bhéil

Strand unit: Exploring and Using


Strand: Teanga bhéil

Strand unit: Understanding

Strand: Teanga bhéil

Strand unit: Communicating


Strand: Teanga bhéil

Strand unit: Exploring and Using


Strand: Teanga bhéil

Strand unit: Understanding

Strand: Teanga bhéil

Strand unit: Competence and Confidence in Using Language


Strand: Teanga bhéil

Strand unit: Cumais chognaíocha a fhorbairt trí theanga


Strand: Teanga bhéil

Strand unit: Emotional & Imaginative Dev through Language


Strand: Teanga bhéil

Strand unit: Receptiveness to Language

Strand: Teanga bhéil

Strand unit: Competence and Confidence in Using Language


Strand: Teanga bhéil

Strand unit: Cumais chognaíocha a fhorbairt trí theanga


Strand: Teanga bhéil

Strand unit: Emotional & Imaginative Dev through Language


Strand: Teanga bhéil

Strand unit: Receptiveness to Language

Asset type: Cáipéis
Language: Béarla
Rights: Gach ceart ar cosaint
Riachtanais Speisialta:

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