THE IRISH CULTURE BOOK

THE IRISH CULTURE BOOKS are resource books of activities and discussions for anyone with an interest in exploring Irish culture. The books are particularly useful for learners of English as a Second Language (ESL). They can be used as part of a language course or by students as self-access books.

The books are full of interesting and thought-provoking activities. There are over 350 questions, over 100 quotations and proverbs; as well as questionnaires, quizzes and creative problem-solving tasks. Users of the books gain greater cultural awareness and have opportunities for comparative reflection on their own cultures

THE IRISH CULTURE BOOK 1 – INTER / UPPER INTER

Why do the Irish drink more tea than anyone else in Europe? How did Irish traditional music help give rock music its rebellious spirit? Do red-haired Irish people really turn into vampires after they die? How does the weather affect how romantic Irish people are? Why are Irish people so happy? 

These are just some of the questions that are considered in THE IRISH CULTURE BOOK. There are many more.

THE IRISH CULTURE BOOK 2 – UPPER INTER / ADV

Why is green the colour of Ireland? How have Irish inventions changed war, farming and football? Did St. Patrick really force all the snakes out of Ireland? Why are Irish people great diplomats but not such great politicians, great musicians but not such great dancers? Why don’t we eat a lot of fish? 

These are just some of the questions that are considered in THE IRISH CULTURE BOOK. There are many more.

THE IRISH CULTURE BOOK 3 – ELEM / PRE-INTER

This version of the book is specifically aimed at language students of lower levels, from Elementary to Pre-Intermediate (A1-A2). It contains all the best elements of Book 1 & 2 adapted and simplified for lower language abilities.

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