Journal of Celtic Language Learning Volume 4
Thomas W. Ihde
Published by NAACLT 1999
North American Association for Celtic Language Teachers.
Journal of Celtic Language Learning is an international review for researchers and teachers of modern Celtic Languages.
The official publication of the North American for Celtic Language Teachers, JCLL includes papers presented at the association’s annual conference in addition to manuscripts submitted by Celtic language scholars world-wide. It is also a forum in which Celtic language teachers can share insights into methodology with their peers.
Contents of Volume 4
Inneal-Ciuil an Diabhail/The Devil’s Instrument: Popular Culture and the Rise of the Gaelic Learner……..John Moffatt.
Examining the acquisition of Welsh phonology in L1 English learners…..Nicole Mũller and Martin J. Ball.
Preparation aid for text based Irish course…..Annette McElligott and Gearóid Ó Néill
Assessing the suitability of Scottish Gaelic dictionaries for the classroom…. Moray J. Watson
Celtic Studies in the University of Ottawa …….Paul Birt.
Exercising a Little imagination with the Virtual Picture Album….Ann E. Mulkern
Ron Crow. (1997). St. Patrick’s Irish Primer, Book 1: Sanctus Patricius. Carroll, Ohio…. Connor Hartnett.
David Singleton & Zsolt Lengyel, eds. (1995). The Age Factor in Second Language