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This history timeline, ‘Writers from Dublin’ features important dates and factual background information about the world-famous authors, poets and playwrights who were born and lived in Dublin. Their work has gone on to shape literature as we know it today. This is a great resource for broadening students’ historical and cultural knowledge about Ireland and …More

Content Area Reading
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This graphic organiser, ‘Assessing Picture Books’ asks students to look at different children’s books, analyse the art, then write a review of the art from their favourite book.

Art Project
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This art project ‘Be a Curator’ enables students to learn about art curators. It is aimed at developing students’ awareness of basic artistic procedures. It provides a list of materials and easy-to-follow step-by-step art instructions.

Famous Irish People
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This history poster ‘Bono’ features important factual background information about Ireland’s most famous musician and the lead singer of U2. This is a great resource for broadening students’ knowledge of significant figures from Irish history and could be used as a prompt for further discussion or study of Ireland.

Famous South African People
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This history poster ‘Charlize Theron’ features important factual background information about this Academy Award-winning actress who has also founded her own charity to help the children of Africa. This is a great resource for broadening students’ knowledge of significant figures from South African history and could be used as a prompt for further discussion or …More

Famous Irish People
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This history poster ‘Francis Bacon’ features important factual background information about one of the most celebrated painters of the 20th century. This is a great resource for broadening students’ knowledge of significant figures from Irish history and could be used as a prompt for further discussion or study of Ireland or art.

Ireland
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This short nonfiction text, ‘J: James Joyce’ features important factual background information about one of Ireland’s greatest writers, who changed the face of literature around the world. It is aimed at broadening students’ awareness of the symbols and icons associated with Irish culture and also features an activity for students to practise their handwriting.

Famous South African People
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This history poster ‘JH Pierneef’ features important factual background information about this landscape artist who changed the face of painting in Africa. This is a great resource for broadening students’ knowledge of significant figures from South African history and could be used as a prompt for further discussion or study of art and painting.

Famous South African People
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This history poster ‘Nadine Gordimer’ features important factual background information about this Nobel Prize-winning author who refused to be silenced about the unjust system of apartheid. This is a great resource for broadening students’ knowledge of significant figures from South African history and could be used as a prompt for further discussion or study of …More

Kids News Activity
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This kids news activity, ‘Nine-Year-Old Up For Best Actress Oscar’ is about Quvenzhane Wallis, the youngest Academy Award nominee.

Music
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This worksheet, ‘Profile of a Famous Musician’ is a simple yet effective worksheet that provides students with a template to organise information about a famous singer, musician or composer. It is an exercise that requires students to select only the most relevant pieces of information whilst researching, an important skill in any area.

Ireland
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This short nonfiction text, ‘U: U2′ features important factual background information about Ireland’s biggest rock band, U2. It is aimed at broadening students’ awareness of the symbols and icons associated with Irish culture and also features an activity for students to practise their handwriting.

Irish History
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Writing Prompt
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This fun and engaging worksheet ‘Christiaan Bernard or Max Theiler’, uses the popular Would You Rather game as a writing prompt for students to consider whether they would rather be a pioneering surgeon or scientist, and why. It is aimed at broadening students’ awareness of the symbols and icons associated with South African culture and …More

Writing Prompt
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This fun and engaging worksheet ‘Collin Farrell or Oscar Wilde’, uses the popular Would You Rather game as a writing prompt for students to consider which of these two iconic celebrities they would rather be and why. It is aimed at broadening students’ awareness of the symbols and icons associated with Irish culture and can …More

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This fun and engaging worksheet ‘Enya or Ronan Keating’, uses the popular Would You Rather game as a writing prompt for students to consider which of these two iconic Irish singers they would rather be and why. It is aimed at broadening students’ awareness of the symbols and icons associated with Irish culture and can …More

Writing Prompt
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This fun and engaging worksheet ‘Modern Art or Ancient Art’, uses the popular Would You Rather game as a writing prompt for students to consider which of these two South African art forms they would rather be and why. It is aimed at broadening students’ awareness of the symbols and icons associated with South African …More

Writing Prompt
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This fun and engaging worksheet ‘Roy Keane or Michael Flatley’, uses the popular Would You Rather game as a writing prompt for students to consider which of these two iconic Irish stars, one famous for football, the other for Irish dancing, they would rather be and why. It is aimed at broadening students’ awareness of …More

Ireland
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This short nonfiction text, ‘Y: Yeats’ features important factual background information about one of Ireland’s most famous poets, who also founded the country’s national theatre. It is aimed at broadening students’ awareness of the symbols and icons associated with Irish culture and also features an activity for students to practise their handwriting.

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