Journal of Celtic Language Learning Volume 7
Muiris Ó Laoire
Published by NAACLT 2002
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 7
Demythologising Celtic – Celtic as non-exotic compared with other linguistic systems…Robert Orr.
Scots Gaelic in North America : Report from the field…Catriona NicIomhair Parsons.
A preliminary look at the state of welsh language teaching and learning in North America. Wayne Harbert.
Several tired children howling: An introduction to Manx mutation…Phil Kelly
No poor mouthing here: teaching and learning Irish by means of a novel….Brendan M. Kane, Donald McNamara, and Ken McIndoe.
Gruffudd, Heini. 2000. Cymraeg Da: A Welsh Grammar for Learners. Talybont
Gruffudd, Heini. 2000. Ymarferion Cymraeg Da. Talybont.