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How old is the Irish word clábar and when did it first appear in Hiberno-English? Find out in this episode of Spreading the Words.
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A word dear to Seamus Heaney, how does 'dulse' feature in medieval Irish law, literature and medicine?
What's the relationship between the Irish adjective bog ‘soft’ and the English noun meaning ‘bogland’?Wednesday, 16 September 2020
In this episode of Spreading the Words we learn about Seamus Heaney's use of the word bog.
Lesson plans based on our award-winning book for history teachers to use at Junior and Leaving Certificate levels.
Tune in to Mooney Goes Wild on Monday 14 September and listen to Tom Kelly talk about the birds of Clare Island.
The Royal Irish Academy has developed teaching material that is of use in the classroom. Designed to be both stimulating to students and integral to the relevant school curriculum, the goal is to motivate and inspire...
Lesson plans tied to the Irish curriculum to support Art and Architecture of Ireland at Junior and Leaving Certificate levelTuesday, 8 September 2020
These teacher-written activities cover each of the five volumes, spanning from the early middle ages to the end of the last century.
Find out why it is a favourite phrase among Irish speakers and learners.
Histories of Irish words from literature and everyday life by the authors of A history of Ireland in 100 words.