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http://subh.ie/ A nicely built sitee with online activities. Its good!
This is a brief list of resources garnered from the CESI email list, I am not in a position to comment on their value or otherwise!
.http://irishstudysite.com/ Another great site from St columba's Gathered from an Irish times article
The BBC oddly enough have some good resources, they are here:#http://www.bbc.co.uk/northernireland/irish/blas/learners/
From Seaghan Moriarty on the CESI network
two more sugestions: scriobh.ie agus nascanna.com
Not Language Help, but coursework / online language Lab - try:
(and for social networking for Post-Primary, its sister site:
not the traditional approach - it's based on spoken native Irish -and the activities (like self-recording, games, drag&drop, etc) hugely interactive, engaging and successful.
http://talkirish.com/media/ A talking Irish Dictionary, very Cool! They also have Irish language flash cards and Audio files to download
And Finally (For now) the contents of an online twitter discussion of how Irish should be taught in Schools
This is an #edchatie session,for those of you who use twitter, #edchatie sessions occur most Monday nights from 8:30 to 9:30, and you can follow them by just searching for the #edchatie hash tag on twitter at around that time.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KD4au-irD3E&feature=youtu.be Irish language youtube videos.
http://www.seomraranga.com/category/video/ another site with a collection of Irish language videos
http://www.raidionalife.ie/gaeilge_nocht.htm The website of a radio na Life radio show for LC students
ICT agus an Ghaeilge a which could prove worth reading., I'll link here after the launch.
http://www.eduweb.vic.gov.au/languagesonline/ online tools for making language games, Australian site
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CrHm9vLWf-k T-rex does an Irish Oral