RTE interviews the nominees.  Results will be announced next Wednesday.  Fingers crossed for SAC long-time favourite Paul Howard!!

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Click Bibliography Tutorial Oct 2017 for the presentation I gave on how to prepare a bibliography using the Harvard method.

HTAI Lecture Oct 2017

Did Anne Boleyn Have To Lose Her Head? Analysis And Argument In Your RSR

Please note the presentation I gave yesterday starts on slide no. 8.

This is a very large document and may take some time to open.

Here’s some more EPIC Reads to enjoy if you’ve read your way through my Summer Reading Lists.

As they say themselves, small books about BIG IDEAS

Entitled ‘Beren and Lúthien’, it’s about man and an elf who try to steal from the greatest of all evil beings, Melkor.

Have a look at this BBC report for further details http://www.bbc.com/news/uk-england-oxfordshire-40109396

Here’s a copy of my Seminar slides – ib-extended-essay incl viva-voce and reflections on planning and progress May 2017.  Refer to it on a regular basis for guidance on how to progress through your EE, particularly with ‘Reflections On Planning And Progress’.

Whether mid-air on a long-haul flight, at the beach or at home in the garden I hope you’ll enjoy the books by Irish Authors and those written ‘as gaeilge’.  They have been selected to appeal to 12-18 year olds.  All are available in the St. Andrew’s College Library. Recommended Reading For Young Adults 2017 – Irish Authors  Bain taitneamh as!

Whether mid-air on a long-haul flight, at the beach or at home in the garden I hope you’ll enjoy the Recommended Reading Summer 2017 – Fiction and Non Fiction I’ve selected to appeal to 12-18 year olds.  It comprising a wide variety of genre – contemporary fiction, horror, love stories, mystery and detective stories and my favourite – historical fiction.  All are available in the St. Andrew’s College Library.

David Grann’s best-seller will be coming to a cinema near you soon.  The film is one of the Irish Times six of the best films to see this weekend. The book can be found in the non-fiction section of the Library at 918.11046.

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