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  • Understanding the Ulster Covenant

    Understanding the Ulster Covenant

    At the beginning of 1909 there was nothing to suggest that the Irish problem was about to enter its most acute phase.

    1.29 MB

  • Unit 02: Game 01

    Unit 02: Game 01

    EXPRESSIVE WORDS: Match the first set of Unit 02 Ulster-Scots words with their English translations.

  • Discover Dunluce - the Castle and Lost Town

    Discover Dunluce - the Castle and Lost Town

    Dunluce Castle is one of Northern Ireland’s most iconic historic monuments.

    9.66 MB

  • Cavan & Monaghan Ulster-Scots Heritage Trail

    Cavan & Monaghan Ulster-Scots Heritage Trail

    This trail will introduce you to the Ulster-Scots of Cavan and Monaghan, their historic legacy and their community to

    4.55 MB

  • Buttermilk cream with sloe gin blackberries and oat cakes.

    Buttermilk cream is flavoured with meadowsweet or mead wort, a wildflower that grows in damp environments.

    Ulster Scots

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    Kingshill Single Time

    Hear more on Rhythms of Ulster - County Down.

    1023.31 KB

  • Sons and Daughters of Donegal

    Sons and Daughters of Donegal

    Down through the years Donegal has produced many significant sons and daughters.

    18.9 MB

  • Unit 02: Game 02

    Unit 02: Game 02

    EXPRESSIVE WORDS: Match the second set of Unit 02 Ulster-Scots words with their English translations.

  • Slemish Poem - The Wanderer.mov

    NPE Media Ltd

  • John Getty McGee

    CCEA Multimedia

  • Unit 02: Game 11

    Unit 02: Game 11

    EXPRESSIVE WORDS: Re-arrange these sentences, which are entirely written in Ulster-Scots word. Do you understand them yet?

  • Lough Neagh Pollan and Kohlrabi and Apple Butter

    Pollan is a freshwater whitefish known only to come from five lakes in Ireland, including Lough Neagh and Lough Erne in Ulster.

    Ulster Scots

  • Unit 04: Game 11

    Unit 04: Game 11

    QUANTITIES: Re-arrange these sentences, which are entirely written in Ulster-Scots. Do you understand them yet?

  • Pork griskins with cider and apples

    Apples and cider from County Armagh are used in this pork dish and accompanied with scallions.

    Ulster Scots

  • Unit 01: Game 05

    Unit 01: Game 05

    COMMON WORDS: Match 8 pairs of the Ulster-Scots words you have learned in under 40 seconds to reveal the full picture.

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