Institute of Education Study Notes

Saturday, 24th February, 2018

Leaving Cert Maths Resources 2018

Tired of the books? We’ve tried to make it easier for you by putting all our Leaving Cert (H) Maths resources in one place. Revision tips, marking scheme analysis, online tutorials, reaction to last year’s papers- they’re all here to give you a head start on your revision.

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CAO Application Advice 2018

Preparing to make your CAO application? Our Career Guidance Counsellor. Mary Dorgan, has 6 key pieces of advice for anyone filling out their CAO form this month.

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Audio Notes: Hopkins – The Main Aspects of his Poetry

Denis Creaven, English teacher at The Institute of Education has recorded a new audio file on the work of Hopkins, one of eight prescribed poets on the Leaving Cert English curriculum. In the latest recording, Denis takes us through the main aspects of Hopkins’ poetry – but be sure to listen back to the previous recordings […]

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Audio Notes: Hopkins – Intense Celebration & Deep Gloom

Denis Creaven, English teacher at The Institute of Education has recorded a new audio file on the work of Hopkins, one of eight prescribed poets on the Leaving Cert English curriculum. In the latest recording, Denis takes us through the themes of intense celebration and deep gloom in Hopkins’ poetry. But be sure to listen […]

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Audio Notes: Lear – A Man More Sinned Against Than Sinned?

Denis Creaven, English teacher at The Institute of Education has recorded a set of three audio files on King Lear, the prescribed Shakespearean drama for Leaving Cert 2018 students. These audio notes are the last in a three part series, but stay tuned for more releases on other topics. Want more great study notes? Tomorrow […]

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Audio Notes: Cordelia’s Contribution to the Tragedy in King Lear

Denis Creaven, English teacher at The Institute of Education has recorded a set of three audio files on King Lear, the prescribed Shakespearean drama for Leaving Cert 2018 students. These audio notes are the second of a three part series, so keep an eye out for the last release next week. We’re making studying over […]

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