How will you use the Zoom revolution to connect with others, as Gaeilge? Group video calls are now ubiquitous. There’s no-one stopping us from connecting with others. So start a Zoom call! Post a link. Find “the others”.
Bitesize Irish member Melinda speaks with Aisling about her journey into Gaeilge. Melinda’s sustainable approach to diving into Gaeilge Gach Lá has always intrigued us. In this interview, you’ll hear how she approaches the learning process,
In August 2010, Bitesize Irish went live to the world. Ten years on, Eoin reflects on the journey of a decade, and how that relates to learning the Irish language itself. Mentioned in the podcast: Bitesize Pobal private learning community is available …
Siobhán, the Language Assistant at Bitesize Irish joins the podcast for this episode. You may recognise her from her many Bitesize Irish videos on YouTube, from our live Q&A sessions, and lesson walk-throughs.
Action informs identity, and identity informs action. We can take action even if we don’t know how to get “there” ultimately. For the Irish language, we can act as if we understand, by listening. Act as if we speak, by participating in conversation.
Gabrielle and Eoin talk about the strong connections between Yoga and the Bitesize Irish approach to learning Irish: Gaeilge Gach Lá. Gabrielle is community manager at Bitesize Irish, and also a yoga instructor.