Detailed Lesson Planning. Northern Ireland (English/ Geography): Laura Bruns
Twenty-Second Detailed Annual Report of the Registrar-General (Ireland):Containing a General Abstract of the Numbers of Marriages, Births and Deaths Registered in Ireland During the Year 1885 (Classic Reprint) Great Britain Parliament
This audio program will help you plan and enjoy a hassle-free vacation to the magical country of Ireland. Ireland is a magical place that will stimulate all your senses. There are very few countries in the world that can compare to its beauty. Whether your idea of the ultimate vacation is soaking in spectacular views or taking part in a unique culture that is steeped in music, literature, and history, Ireland is every traveler’s dream come true. This audiobook guide will give you relevant information to help you plan your Irish adventure. You’ll get detailed information and expert tips to help you make the most out of your trip to the Emerald Isle. From reasons to visit to practical tips on how to get around, to itinerary ideas that will bring you to the best sites Ireland has to offer, this audiobook is all you need to make your trip to a unique and memorable experience. So, what are you waiting for? Ireland is calling, so book your flights today! Bon voyage! Here is a preview of what you´ll learn:Ten reasons to visit Ireland Everything you need to know about traveling to Ireland Top 10 foods to eat in Ireland The ultimate travel itinerary to Ireland And basically everything you need to know when you are visiting Ireland Download your copy today! 1. Language: English. Narrator: John Hays. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/132188/bk_acx0_132188_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
Report of the Transactions at the Annual Meeting of the Archaeological Institute of Great Britain and Ireland:Held at Chichester, July 12th to 19th, 1853, With a General Notice of Memoirs Communicated to the Sections, and a Detailed Catalogue of Antiquit John Russel Smith
Northern Ireland´s capital, Belfast, nestles in a semicircle of hills, where the River Lagan enters Belfast Lough. About a third of the population of Northern Ireland live here. The Titanic was built here and the dock where that was done has been preserved, along with the cranes and equipment used. Even the offices where the ship was designed remain as they were. Then there is County Antrim, which is beautiful. Its coast is dotted with beaches and rocky inlets. Inland there are nine glens, which descend to the sea. In addition to wonderful scenery, with forests, rivers and waterfalls, the landscape is dominated by spectacular ruins of fortresses built by Gaelic chieftains and Norman invaders. The area called Cityside includes at its core the only intact medieval walled city in Ireland or the British Isles. Facing it is the Waterside area. Saint Columba founded a monastery here in 546. Take a walk along the walls of the medieval city. Criss-crossed by mountains, moorland and inland waters, the Sperrins has been designated an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. What makes it so wonderful is that it is so peaceful. Tyrone is the largest county in the North yet has the smallest population. There are also nature trails and forest parks to explore. From the 18th to the last century, a huge number of its people left to seek new lives in North America and there are many places closely associated with them - ancestral family homes of US Presidents and other prominent figures, such as the Mellons, who founded Pittsburgh, Davy Crockett, President Woodrow Wilson and Ulysses S. Grant. Next comes County Down, where St. Patrick settled. He landed on the shore of Strangford Lough in 442 AD and is believed to be buried at Downpatrick. All of the hotels and places to eat are detailed as well, plus the hikes, walking tours, bike trips, boat tours and more. Entertainment, shopping, how to get around, sightseeing and more are described as well. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Nicholas Patrella. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/022877/bk_acx0_022877_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
Cv/VAR 66 interviews Dr. Michael Ryan of the National Museum Dublin recorded at the opening of the exhibition The Work of Angels at the British Museum in 1989. He describes pieces found at Derrynaflan dating from the eighth century including an ecclesiastical paten, jewelry, accessories, and domestic artifacts. It carries a detailed account of Celtic and Pictish craftsmanship and iconography. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Mark Isham. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/100558/bk_acx0_100558_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
The Origin, Progress, and Difficulties of the Achill Mission:As Detailed in the Minutes of Evidence Taken Before the Select Committee of the House of Lords, Appointed to Inquire Into the Progress and Operation of the New Plan of Education in Ireland, And Edward Nangle
This introductory textbook provides a wide-ranging survey of the political, social, cultural and economic history of early modern Britain, charting the gradual integration of the four kingdoms, from the Wars of the Roses to the formation of ´Britain´, and the aftermath of England´s unions with Wales and Scotland. The only textbook at this level to cover Britain and Ireland in depth over three centuries, it offers a fully integrated British perspective, with detailed attention given to social change throughout all chapters. Featuring source textboxes, illustrations, highlighted key terms and accompanying glossary, timelines, student questioning, and annotated further reading suggestions, including key websites and links, this textbook will be an essential resource for undergraduate courses on the history of early modern Britain. A companion website includes additional primary sources and bibliographic resources.
English Accents and Dialects is an essential guide to contemporary social and regional varieties of English spoken in the British Isles today. Together with invaluable overviews of numerous regional accents and dialects, this fifth edition provides a detailed description of key features of Received Pronounciation (RP) as well as several major non-standard varieties of English.Key features:main regional differences are followed by a survey of speech in over 20 areas of the UK and Ireland, audio samples of which are available to download at www.routledge.com/cw/hughesrecent findings on London English, Aberdeen English and Liverpool Englishcontains new entries on Hull, Manchester, Carlisle, Middlesbrough, Southampton, London West Indian, Lancashire and the Shetlandsadditional exercises with answers online accompany the new varieties clear maps throughout for locating particular accents and dialects. This combination of reference manual and practical guide makes this fifth edition of English Accents and Dialects a highly useful resource providing a comprehensive and contemporary coverage of speech in the UK and Ireland today.