Áilleacht agus an Bhrúid. Drama as Gaeilge.

Caireachtairí

 

An Bhrúid/Prionsa – Is brúid é leis an masc.

Áilleacht

Daidí

Cailleach

An Clog

An Coinnleoir

Feirmeoir agus a bhean

Siopadóir

Custaméirí

Muintir na háite

Arm de Shaighdiúirí

Crainn

 

Réamhrá

 

 Seo dráma atá oiriúnach do pháistí bunscoile ó na ranganna naíonáin go dtí na meánranganna de réir aidhmeanna agus cuspóirí Curaclam na Bunscoile (1999). Is feidir le chuile páiste bheith páirteach sa dráma seo mar gheall go bhfuil páirteanna gan mórán comhrá agus páirteanna eile gan comhrá ar bith, a bheith oiriúnach do pháistí atá lag ag an teanga nó páistí nach bhfuil mórán muinín acu astu féin.

 

 Radharc 1.

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Suíomh: Caisleán.

Frapaí: Sean éadaí don chailleach, éadaí deasa don phrionsa, rós agus masc uafásach. 

(Tagann cailleach go dtí an doras agus buaileann sí cnag.

Osclaíonn prionsa an doras, é gléasta in éadaí deasa dathúla ).

 

Cailleach: Dia duit.                                                                                                                                 beauty2

Prionsa:  Dia is Muire duit.

Cailleach: Tá mé fuar agus fliuch. An bhfuil

cead agam fanacht anseo?

Prionsa:  Tusa, fan anseo. An bhfuil airgead agat.

Cailleach: Níl, ach tá rós agam.

Prionsa:  Rós! Níl mise ag iarraidh rós.

Cailleach: Tá tú santach. Athróidh mé isteach i do bhrúid thú.

 

(Ritheann an Prionsa den stáite. Cuireann sé masc uafásach air agus tagann sè ar ais mar bhrúid.)

Cailleach: Muna dtiteann tú i ngrá roimh a shroicheann tú fiche haon bliain d’aois, fanfaidh tú mar sin go deo.

 

Radharc 2.

 

Suíomh: An chistin.

Frapaí: Bord, 2 chathaoir, raidió, báisín, éadaí agus clóca.

(Tá Daid ina shuigh ag an mbord ag déanamh raidió. Tá áilleacht ina seasamh ag nigh na h-éadaí i mbáisín ag an mbord in aice lena h-athair. Canann na páistí “Nigh na h-éadaí.” Ansin.)

 

Daidí:  Cén chaoi a bhfuil tú Áilleacht?

Áilleacht:  Tá mé go maith. Céard atá á dhéanamh agat?

Daidí:  Tá mé ag déanamh raidió le díol leis an siopadóir. Tá airgead uaim.

Áilleacht:  An bhfuil cead agam dul go dtí an siopa leat?

Daidí:  Tá cinnte. An bhfuil tú réidh?

 

(Cuireann Áilleacht clóca thart uirthi a bhí ar an gcathaoir taobh léi.)

Áilleacht:  Tá. 

(Fágann Áilleacht agus a h-athair an stáite.) 

 

 

 

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Suíomh: An choill. Daidí agus Áilleacht ag siúl tríd an choill.

Frapaí: Páistí mar chrainn, masc don chlog agus masc don choinnleoir.

(Tagann an clog.)

Áilleacht:  Céard é sin Daidí?

Daidí:  Clog atá ann.

Clog:  Is clog speisialta mé. Tá mé in ann caint. Féach anois. Tic Toc, Tic Toc.

(Tagann an coinnleoir.)

Áilleacht: Agus céard é sin Daidí?
Daidí:  Sin coinnleoir.

Coinnleoir: Is coinnleoir speisialta mé. Lasann mo lámha suas.

Áilleacht: Agus céard é sin?

Daidí: (go faiteach) Sin…sin…sin…

Brúid: Is brúid mé agus tá mé ag iarraidh d’iníon.

 

(Gabhann an Bhrúid Áilleacht agus imíonn sé den stáite léi. Téann Daidí abhaile ag caoineadh.)

 

 

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Suíomh: Ar sráid atá plódaithe le daoine.

Frapaí: Aprún ar an siopadóir, píce ag an bhfeirmeoir agus claíomh ag chuile dhuine den arm.

(Buaileann Daidí le feirmeoir agus a bhean, siopadóir, custaiméirí agus muintir na háite.)

 

Daidí:  Tá brúid sa choill agus ghabh sé Áilleacht. Fáigh an arm chun í a shábháil.

Gach Duine: Caithfidh muid an arm a fháil chun í a shábháil.

 (Tagann páistí ar an stáite mar an airm. Leanann an airm agus muintir na háite athair Áilleacht ag dul i dtreo caisleán an Bhrúid

 

Radharc 5.

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Suíomh: Caisleán an Bhrúid. Áilleacht agus an Bhrúid ar an stáite.

Áilleacht: Ní maith liom thú. Ní maith liom thú. Tá mé ag iarraidh dul abhaile.

(Tosaíonn sí ag caoineadh.) 

Brúid: Ná bí ag caoineadh. Is brúid deas mé. Ní breathnaíonn mé go deas ach tá mé.

Ailleacht: Níl tú  go deas.

Brúid:  Ní raibh mé i gcónaí mar seo. Cabhraigh liom bheith go deas arís.

Áilleacht: Is féidir liom cabhrú leat.(Tosaíonn Ailleacht ag damhsa leis an mBrúid leis an amhrán “Áilleacht agus an Bhrúid”.)

 

 

(Tagann an airm chun an Bhrúid a fháil, iad ag mairseáil agus ag rá:)

Airm: Faigh an bhrúid, faigh an Bhrúid. Sábháil Ailleacht.

Saighdiúir: Féach ansin é.

 

(Tosaíonn Áilleacht ag caoineadh. Gortaíonn an saighdiúir an bhrúid le claíomh. Titeann an Bhrúid ar an talamh. Tugann Áilleacht póg dó. Baineann an Bhrúid an masc óna aghaidh.)

 

Brúid: Ní brúid mé níos mó.

Áilleacht: Is féidir linn bheith le chéile go sásta go deo.

 

(Tugann Áilleacht barróg don Phrionsa. Dúnann na cuirtíní.)

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Amhráin:

 

Áilleacht agus an Bhrúid Nigh na h-éadaí

 Scéal chomh sean le h-am, Nigh na h-éadaí,

Tá Áilleacht léi fèin. Nigh na h-éadaí,

Ní maith léi an Bhrúid, Nigh na h-éadaí a Áilleacht.

Ar chor ar bith. Nigh na h-éadaí,
Tá siad ag damhsa lena chéile, ‘S beidh siad glán amárach.Nigh na h-éadaí,

Tá an Bhrúid go deas,

Is tá sí sásta.

Áilleacht agus an Bhrúid.

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Planning ideas IFD’s Junior & Senior Infants. Teaching practice / DIP

Are you in the midst of teaching practice or your dip? Maybe you are just planning for the next thematic unit of teaching in Infants. Here are a few plans based on themes which may help you organise your thoughts. You will find a weekly plan based on the following topics: animals, clothes, travel and transport, and water; for those of you looking for a magic tie between all of these topics I picked Summer and it worked well.

Please remember we are a community that share resources. If you have plans such as these that you would not mind sharing please email them to fearasscoile@gmail.com the more we get the easier planning becomes for everyone.

 

Thanks

FEARASSCOILE

Theme of Summer or Animals 

Summer or Animals Plans

 

Theme of Clothes 

clothes

 

Theme of Travel and Transport

travel and transport

 

Theme of Water 

water plan

 

The Fox Lesson- Junior Infants to 1st Class

The fox PowerPoint link here:red-foxfox

Video:

 

Worksheet from activity: activity village. 

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Great free printable booklet from a blog called a day in first grade

It looks like this:

 

Plenary The fox song:

What does the fox say:

 

 

Weather lesson for Junior / Senior infants

Lesson on weather for infants

I will begin with:

First Step: Thinking about it.

I begin by asking the students to think about the four seasons.

What are some of the activities you do most in each season? (Going to school, playing football, raking leaves, etc. in the Autumn; swimming, going to camp, watching television, etc., in Summer; playing, planting a garden, etc., in Spring; shovelling, making snow men, ice skating, etc., in Winter.)

What kinds of weather do we tend to have in each season? (Sunshine, thunderstorms, heat in Summer, fog, hurricanes, cool in Fall, snow, sleet, icy winds in Winter, friendly rain, warm in Spring.)

Second Step: Acting it out.

Next I ask the students to imagine if is Fall (for instance). Think of an essentially Fall activity and begin to act it out. When I call out, “weather!” some kind of typical Fall weather will take place. Each student chooses for herself or himself which kind of weather it happens. When I call out, “weather!” everyone must react appropriately to whatever weather they are imagining.

I will call up some children to mime an activity and the class can guess what season it is. Sometimes I’ll call out “weather!” several times for each season and all the children pretend they are doing this activity in this weather.

What does the weather sound like? Feel like? Does it have a smell? A taste? What do you see?

Here is a PowerPoint showing the different seasons and the class can pick the appropriate weather symbols for the weather.

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I love the Welsh government website for resources like these:

http://resources.hwb.wales.gov.uk/VTC/weather_symbols/eng/Introduction/default.htm

Time permitting I will then discuss the BBC’s what is weather page: http://www.bbc.co.uk/schools/whatisweather/

I will then complete a worksheet based on the above. I have also in the past given the children cut up laminated clothes and a small / boy girl image laminated. The children dressed the image of the child with the appropriate clothes for the season / weather I called out. Similar to this image below:

Image result for weather for ks1

Video all about the weather:

 

 

 

Tíreolaíocht: Ceacht ar an aimsir le dialann aimsire

Aimsir clicéail anseo: anaimsir-pppweather-1


An Aimsir

 

Duilleoga
Duilleoga deasa, deasa,
Duilleoga deasa, buí.
Duilleoga deasa, deasa,
Ag damhsa ar an gcraobh.
Duilleoga deasa, deasa,
Duilleoga deasa, buí.
Duilleoga deasa, deasa,
Ag imeacht leis an ngaoth.

Duilleoga deasa, deasa,
Duilleoga deasa, buí.
Duilleoga deasa, deasa,
Ar thalamh ina luí.
~~~~~~~~~
An Sneachta 
Thit sneachta bog bán
Anuas ón spéir,
Nuair a bhí mé i mo luí
Ar mo leaba aréir.

Tá sneachta bog bán,
anois i ngach áit,
ar theach is ar chrann,
ar shráid is ar pháirc.

Beidh againn spóirt,
Mé féin agus Seán,
ag sugradh inniú
Sa sneachta bog bán.
~~~~~~~~~

Bogha Báistí 
Bhí bogha baistí
Sa ghairdín inné.
Stua ag síneadh
Ó thalamh go spéir.

Dáthanna áille,
ag ionradh go glé,
Glór do Dhia,
A chéad chruthaigh é.
~~~~~~~~~

 

Bogha Báistí 
Dearg agus glas,
gorm agus buí,
Féach sa spéir,
An bogha baistí.

Ag ceann an bogha,
Tá pota breá mór,
Féach isteach ann,
Is leatsa an t-ór.
~~~~~~~~~

An Aimsir

Feic-im an ghrian ag taith-neamh sa spé-ir

Feic-im an ghrian ag taith-neamh sa spé-ir

Is ion-tach é, nuair a fheic-im an ghrian

Ó feic-im an ghrian ag taith-neamh sa spé-ir

 

Clois-im an ghaoth ag séid-eadh sna criann

Clois-im an ghaoth ag séid-eadh sna criann

Is ion-tach é, nuair a chlois-im an ghaoth

Ó clois-im an ghaoth ag séid-eadh sna criann

 

Seol-ann na scam-aill tras-na na spéir-e

Seol-ann na scam-aill tras-na na spéir-e

Is ion-tach é, nuair a fheic-im na scam-aill

Ó seol-ann na scam-aill tras-na na spéir-e

Clois-im an ghaoth ag séid-eadh sna criann

Feic-im an ghrian ag taith-neamh sa spéir.

 

ar-nuacht-aimsirdial

 

 

Halloween Safety for Junior / Senior Infants

Here is a lesson I plan on using with my class about Halloween safety for SPHE.

I couldn’t find a PowerPoint and worksheet so I edited some  great pictures from http://elementarysafety.com/colouring-section/coloring-halloween-safety and made my own version of both.

I will begin with a discussion on Halloween safety in think, pair, share and create a KWL chart.

I will then discuss the presentation with the class.

I will ask the children to think/pair/share again this time trying to recall three ways we should be safe at Halloween.

I will provide the children with a worksheet and discuss the pictures with them.

Play video to reiterate the objectives of the lesson

PowerPointhalloween-safety                           worksheet: worksheet-safety-hall

Another good halloween safety PowerPoint here: halloween-saefty-2

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This is for educational uses only. No sharing or copying allowed. For Personal use only. Images from: http://elementarysafety.com/colouring-section/coloring-halloween-safety

David Goes to School

I will use this lesson as an SPHE lesson at the beginning of the school term to reinforce why we should follow school rules.

 

I found a great worksheet already prepared at firstgradewow.blogspot.com  based on the above story and it’s a wonderful way to reinforce school rules.

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Here is the story in PowerPoint version found on slideshare

http://www.slideshare.net/leidydussan/david-goes-to-school-27757222

 

 

 

Time – Math Infants

  1. Here is a website with a whole class clock and some printable templates

http://www.teachingtime.co.uk/

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2. Game Hickory Dickory Dock

http://www.ictgames.com/hickory4.html

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3. Rhymes

Telling Time, Clocks

The Clock Poem

I’m in the clock crew and I’m okay!
I tick all night and I tick all day.

I’ve got two hands, I’m having a ball,
Because I’ve got no arms at all!

My big hand can move sixty minutes in one hour,
I’m the one with the strength and power.

My small hand isn’t quite as fast.
If they were in a race, it would come last!

It takes so long just to get around (12 hours you know),
It’s careful, small, and slow.

Now meet my friends that help me tick-tock,
Half past, quarter past, quarter to and o’clock.


The Faces Of The Clock

The Big Hand is busy
But the Small Hand has power.
The large one counts the minutes.
But the Little One names the hour.

When both Hands stand at the top together,
It’s sure to be Twelve O’clock. But whether
That’s twelve at noon or twelve at night
Depends on if it’s dark or light.


Clock Song

(to the tune of “The Wheels on the Bus”)

The hands on the clock go round and round,
Round and round, round and round.
The hands on the clock go round and round.
To tell us the time.

The short hand on the clock
Goes from number to number,
Number to number, number to number.
The short hand on the clock
Goes from number to number.
To tell us the time.

The long hand on the clock
Goes around by fives,
Around by fives, around by fives.
The long hand on the clock
Goes around by fives.
To tell us the minutes.


Hickory Dickory Dock

HIckory Dickory Dock,
The mouse ran up the clock;
The clock struck One,
The mouse ran down,
Hickory Dickory Dock!

Hickory Dickory Dock,
The mouse ran up the clock;
The clock struck Two,
The mouse said BOO!
Hickory Dickory Dock!

Hickory Dickory Dock,
The mouse ran up the clock;
The clock struck Three,
The mouse said Wheeeee…
As he slid down the clock!

Glenda Banks and Elizabeth Matterson

4.

12 Hour / 24 Hour Clock

 

12 Hour Clock 24 Hour Clock
1am 01:00
2am 02:00
3am 03:00
4am 04:00
5am 05:00
6am 06:00
7am 07:00
8am 08:00
9am 09:00
10am 10:00
11am 11:00
12 Noon 12:00
1pm 13:00
2pm 14:00
3pm 15:00
4pm 16:00
5pm 17:00
6pm 18:00
7pm 19:00
8pm 20:00
9pm 21:00
10pm 22:00
11pm 23:00
12 Midnight 24:00

5. clock2tellingthetime1

 

6. Time board game 2time board game

7. Make a Clock – Template

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9. PowerPoint explaining time there are 18 page in this download

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10. Quiz about months of the year, days in the week etc.

time quiztime quiz1Time _Quiz 2

 

11. list of games on this website

http://interactivesites.weebly.com/timeclocks.html

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12.  Song The Time

13.

 

Hickory Dickory Dock Rhyme