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  • Unit 05: Game 12

    Unit 05: Game 12

    NOUNS: Re-arrange the sentences, which are entirely written in Ulster-Scots. Do you recognise which one?

  • Voyage to the New World

    Voyage to the New World

    How the Ulster-Scots or Scots-Irish came to America.

    214.35 KB

  • From Folk to Country

    From Folk to Country

    How the Ulster-Scots influenced music in America.

    153.61 KB

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    Loughries Time

    Loughries Time

    637.59 KB

  • 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.

  • Understanding the Ulster Covenant - The Leaders

    Understanding the Ulster Covenant

    The Leaders.

    1.65 MB

  • 'Crowdie' or 'crying cheese'

    In this video Paula makes ‘crowdie’, a ricotta style cheese.

    Ulster Scots

  • Sir Hugh Montgomery: Founding Father (Donaghadee)

    Dr David Hume tells us more about how Hugh Montgomery led the development of Donaghadee.

    NPE Media Ltd

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    I Think I can Drum (1)

    I Think I can Drum (1)

    429.43 KB

  • Lamb in dulse ale with neeps

    Stout with dulse (dried seaweed) is used in this lamb dish which is accompanied by neeps (Ulster-Scots for turnip or swede).

    Ulster Scots

  • Rev Marshall

    The life, word and legacy of Rev. W. F. Marshall

    William Forbes Marshall is best remembered as 'The Bard of Tyrone' and the author of 'Me an' Me Da'.

    2.38 MB

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    Aughrim Time

    Aughrim Time

    567.18 KB

  • A Bit o a Yarn in Ulster-Scots language. Recreation

    In this video two Ulster-Scots speakers have a light-hearted conversation (or yarn) about recreation and a break from hard work.

    Ulster Scots

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    Fermanagh Single Time

    Fermanagh Single Time

    1.87 MB

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    Old Slatt Time

    Old Slatt Time

    586.16 KB

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