To plan your day’s learning, here are some ideas for you to consider.
- Include what interests you from Bòrd na Gàidhlig’s internet channel: https://www.gaidhlig.scot/cleachdi-aig-an-taigh/.
- Include what you may watch on BBC Alba and listen to from Radio nan Gàidheal.
- Include what is available by e-Sgoil.
- Choose learning activities from Scotland Learns.
- Remember to make time for daily exercise and wellbeing.
- Include any routines you may have, for example the time that you get-up in the morning, when you have your meals, relax, read and play games.
- With your child, talk about what you will be doing today. Ask your child to draw pictures to show what they will be doing. As you talk use Gaelic.
- Draw a picture to show what you are planning to do today.
- If you can, write the name of each activity, or a sentence to tell what you will be doing. Use as many Gaelic words and phrases as you can.
- Remember to use capital letters and full stops.
- Ask an adult or brother/sister to help you with any tricky words you would like to use.
- In your plan for today, write in Gaelic, or record what you will be doing. Read out aloud what you have written.
- Remember to use punctuation (capital letters, full stops, commas, question marks, exclamation marks).
- Ask an adult or brother/sister to help you with any tricky words.
- Read over your work. Can you make it even better?
- In writing up a plan for today, decide how you will set it out.
- Think of any special reminders, for example telling your parent/carer when you will be going on the internet.
- Use punctuation correctly (capital letters, full stops, commas, question marks, exclamation marks).
- Read over your work. What do you need to do to make it even better?
When you have followed through your plan:
- Describe how your day went.
- Describe what you enjoyed and give a reason.
- Use a range of Gaelic vocabulary and sentence beginnings and endings.
- As you compile your plan, think of any special arrangements you might need to make, for example, any equipment you may need and any safety arrangements you should consider.
- Within your Gaelic writing, use punctuation correctly, including to convey meaning and enhance writing, for example, inverted commas, colons and semi-colons.
- Check your work, including spelling and grammar.
As you reflect on your day’s activities and plan:
- Describe how your day went, including how you felt.
- Ensure you are using a range of Gaelic vocabulary and grammar.
- Use a variety of sentence beginnings.