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IRELAND

Irish adventure

trip 1

trip 2

trip 3

by Lucyna Dąbrowska

A small plant with three round leaves on each stem?

clover

holy

ivy

One of the symbols of Ireland is the shamrock, a white clover with three leaves. Legend has it that Patrick used it to explain the concept of the Holy Trinity. The three leaves are like the Father, the Son and the Holy Spirit - they are separate, but form one plant. St Patrick himself is the patron saint of Ireland on March 17. On this day everybody should wear something green, and even beer is coloured green.Another symbol of Ireland is the Celtic harp, an instrument of old Irish bards. The harp appears on the coat of arms of the Republic of Ireland: it is gold with silver strings on a blue background. Both harp and shamrock are registered by the state of the Republic of Ireland.Other popular Irish symbols are connected with the Celts; the people who lived in ancient Britain before the Romans came. The Celtic cross consists of a cross surrounded by a ring. The cross came from Christian teaching, but the ring is the symbol of old pagan sun worship. The Claddagh ring is perhaps the most famous piece of Irish jewellery. It is the shape of two hands clasping a heart with a crown on top of them.

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Collect numbers. If you find all of them, I'll show you my crock of gold. The first number is 4.

A poet and singer who composed and recited verses of heroes' deeds.

bard

string

worship

One of the symbols of Ireland is the shamrock, a white clover with three leaves. Legend has it that Patrick used it to explain the concept of the Holy Trinity. The three leaves are like the Father, the Son and the Holy Spirit - they are separate, but form one plant. St Patrick himself is the patron saint of Ireland on March 17. On this day everybody should wear something green, and even beer is coloured green.Another symbol of Ireland is the Celtic harp, an instrument of old Irish bards. The harp appears on the coat of arms of the Republic of Ireland: it is gold with silver strings on a blue background. Both harp and shamrock are registered by the state of the Republic of Ireland.Other popular Irish symbols are connected with the Celts; the people who lived in ancient Britain before the Romans came. The Celtic cross consists of a cross surrounded by a ring. The cross came from Christian teaching, but the ring is the symbol of old pagan sun worship. The Claddagh ring is perhaps the most famous piece of Irish jewellery. It is the shape of two hands clasping a heart with a crown on top of them.

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Collect numbers. If you find all of them, I'll show you my crock of gold. The first number is 3.

A KIND OF IRISH JEWELLERY

A SYMBOL OF IRISH BARDS

A gold harp with silver strings on a blue background is

A PART OF THE COAT OF ARMS OF THE REPUBLIC OF IRELAND

One of the symbols of Ireland is the shamrock, a white clover with three leaves. Legend has it that Patrick used it to explain the concept of the Holy Trinity. The three leaves are like the Father, the Son and the Holy Spirit - they are separate, but form one plant. St Patrick himself is the patron saint of Ireland on March 17. On this day everybody should wear something green, and even beer is coloured green.Another symbol of Ireland is the Celtic harp, an instrument of old Irish bards. The harp appears on the coat of arms of the Republic of Ireland: it is gold with silver strings on a blue background. Both harp and shamrock are registered by the state of the Republic of Ireland.Other popular Irish symbols are connected with the Celts; the people who lived in ancient Britain before the Romans came. The Celtic cross consists of a cross surrounded by a ring. The cross came from Christian teaching, but the ring is the symbol of old pagan sun worship. The Claddagh ring is perhaps the most famous piece of Irish jewellery. It is the shape of two hands clasping a heart with a crown on top of them.

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Collect numbers. If you find all of them, I'll show you my crock of gold. The first number is 1.

RING SURROUNDING THE CROSS

The Celtic cross has pagan influences represented by

CROSS

THE CLADDAGH

One of the symbols of Ireland is the shamrock, a white clover with three leaves. Legend has it that Patrick used it to explain the concept of the Holy Trinity. The three leaves are like the Father, the Son and the Holy Spirit - they are separate, but form one plant. St Patrick himself is the patron saint of Ireland on March 17. On this day everybody should wear something green, and even beer is coloured green.Another symbol of Ireland is the Celtic harp, an instrument of old Irish bards. The harp appears on the coat of arms of the Republic of Ireland: it is gold with silver strings on a blue background. Both harp and shamrock are registered by the state as trademarks of the Republic of Ireland.Other popular Irish symbols are connected with the Celts; the people who lived in ancient Britain before the Romans came. The Celtic cross consists of a cross surrounded by a ring. The cross came from Christian teaching, but the ring is the symbol of old pagan sun worship. The Claddagh ring is perhaps the most famous piece of Irish jewellery. It is the shape of two hands clasping a heart with a crown on top of them.

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Collect numbers. If you find all of them, I'll show you my crock of gold. The first number is 4.

Two hands holding a heart with a crown, it is:

THE COAT OF ARMS

A SYMBOL OF IRELAND

THE RING

One of the symbols of Ireland is the shamrock, a white clover with three leaves. Legend has it that Patrick used it to explain the concept of the Holy Trinity. The three leaves are like the Father, the Son and the Holy Spirit - they are separate, but form one plant. St Patrick himself is the patron saint of Ireland on March 17. On this day everybody should wear something green, and even beer is coloured green.Another symbol of Ireland is the Celtic harp, an instrument of old Irish bards. The harp appears on the coat of arms of the Republic of Ireland: it is gold with silver strings on a blue background. Both harp and shamrock are registered by the state of the Republic of Ireland.Other popular Irish symbols are connected with the Celts; the people who lived in ancient Britain before the Romans came. The Celtic cross consists of a cross surrounded by a ring. The cross came from Christian teaching, but the ring is the symbol of old pagan sun worship. The Claddagh ring is perhaps the most famous piece of Irish jewellery. It is the shape of two hands clasping a heart with a crown on top of them.

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Collect numbers. If you find all of them, I'll show you my crock of gold. The first number is 0.

The registered symbols of the Republic of Ireland:

SHAMROCK AND RING

HARP AND RING

HARP AND SHAMROCK

One of the symbols of Ireland is the shamrock, a white clover with three leaves. Legend has it that Patrick used it to explain the concept of the Holy Trinity. The three leaves are like the Father, the Son and the Holy Spirit - they are separate, but form one plant. St Patrick himself is the patron saint of Ireland on March 17. On this day everybody should wear something green, and even beer is coloured green.Another symbol of Ireland is the Celtic harp, an instrument of old Irish bards. The harp appears on the coat of arms of the Republic of Ireland: it is gold with silver strings on a blue background. Both harp and shamrock are registered by the state of the Republic of Ireland.Other popular Irish symbols are connected with the Celts; the people who lived in ancient Britain before the Romans came. The Celtic cross consists of a cross surrounded by a ring. The cross came from Christian teaching, but the ring is the symbol of old pagan sun worship. The Claddagh ring is perhaps the most famous piece of Irish jewellery. It is the shape of two hands clasping a heart with a crown on top of them.

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Collect numbers. Ife you find all of them, I'll show you my crock of gold. The first number is 6.

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Congratulations!!! You've won the letter E.

E

The naughtiest creature that appears in Irish folklore

LEPRECHAUN

BANSHEE

HIBERNIA

Molly Malone, a fishmonger

Ireland is personified by Hibernia - a pretty, young woman. Many creatures, or or "little people", appear in the Irish folklore. Banshees are female spirits whose loud cries signal that somebody is going to die. Fairies live under mounds of earth and bring bad luck if touched. However, the most famous creature is the leprechaun, a mischievous fairy shoemaker with a hidden crock of gold. If you catch the leprechaun, he will take you to his treasure, but eventually he will deceive you and disappear.

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You may be miserable if you touch this creature

LEPRECHAUN

BANSHEE

HIBERNIA

Molly Malone, a fishmonger

Ireland is personified by Hibernia - a pretty, young woman. Many creatures, or or "little people", appear in the Irish folklore. Banshees are female spirits whose loud cries signal that somebody is going to die. Fairies live under mounds of earth and bring bad luck if touched. However, the most famous creature is the leprechaun, a mischievous fairy shoemaker with a hidden crock of gold. If you catch the leprechaun, he will take you to his treasure, but eventually he will deceive you and disappear.

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FAIRIES

CROCK OF GOLD

When you meet a shoemaker you can get:

Molly Malone, a fishmonger

Ireland is personified by Hibernia - a pretty, young woman. Many creatures, or or "little people", appear in the Irish folklore. Banshees are female spirits whose loud cries signal that somebody is going to die. Fairies live under mounds of earth and bring bad luck if touched. However, the most famous creature is the leprechaun, a mischievous fairy shoemaker with a hidden crock of gold. If you catch the leprechaun, he will take you to his treasure, but eventually he will deceive you and disappear.

GOD SAVE THE QUEEN

GOD SAVE THE KING

THE SOLDIER SONG

The national anthem in Nothern Ireland

Molly Malone, a fishmonger

The flag of the Republic of Ireland is a tricolour of green, white and orange. Each stripe has a meaning: the green represents people of native Irish origin (Catholics), the orange represents the descendants of the 17th-century British colonists (Potestants), and the white signifies hope for a truce between the two. The national anthem of the Republic of Ireland is "The Soldier Song" while in Nothern Ireland the anthem is "God Save the Queen".

PROTESTANTS

CATHOLICS

BRITISH COLONISTS

Green colour of the Irish flag refers to

Molly Malone, a fishmonger

The flag of the Republic of Ireland is a tricolour of green, white and orange. Each stripe has a meaning: the green represents people of native Irish origin (Catholics), the orange represents the descendants of the 17th-century British colonists (Potestants), and the white signifies hope for a truce between the two. The national anthem of the Republic of Ireland is "The Soldier Song" while in Nothern Ireland the anthem is "God Save the Queen".

EXPECTATION OFPEACE

CATHOLICS

White colour of the flag of Ireland is a representation of...

DESCENDANTS

Molly Malone, a fishmonger

The flag of the Republic of Ireland is a tricolour of green, white and orange. Each stripe has a meaning: the green represents people of native Irish origin (Catholics), the orange represents the descendants of the 17th-century British colonists (Potestants), and the white signifies hope for a truce between the two. The national anthem of the Republic of Ireland is "The Soldier Song" while in Nothern Ireland the anthem is "God Save the Queen".

WHITE, ORANGE, BLUE

GREEN, ORANGE, WHITE

BLUE, RED, WHITE

The flag of the Republic of Ireland consists of three colours

Molly Malone, a fishmonger

The flag of the Republic of Ireland is a tricolour of green, white and orange. Each stripe has a meaning: the green represents people of native Irish origin (Catholics), the orange represents the descendants of the 17th-century British colonists (Potestants), and the white signifies hope for a truce between the two. The national anthem of the Republic of Ireland is "The Soldier Song" while in Nothern Ireland the anthem is "God Save the Queen".

Well done. You have accomplished the second stage. Check your reward.

Molly Malone, a fishmonger

Remember your numbers: 1,7

I'm looking for someone who comes from Ireland. Use the torch below. When you finish this task, click on me.

Niall Horan

Remember numbers: 0,3

Jimin

Andrzej Duda

Ed Sheeran

Nicole Kidman

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I

Congratulations!!! I can give you another letter.

Complete the task and I will give you letters that you need.

birth

St Patrick was born in Britain at the ........... of the 4th cntury AD, but his exact date of birth is unknown.

end

summer

middle

sea

part

Oscar Wilde

Complete the sentences using the following words and phrases.

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banshees

St Patrick was kidnapped by ......... and taken to Ireland.

bishop

patron

vikings

pirates

minstrel

Oscar Wilde

Complete the sentences using the following words and phrases.

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leprechaun

After six years St Patrick escaped and became a ............... .

bishop

patron

banished

cleric

protestant

Oscar Wilde

Complete the sentences using the following words and phrases.

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St Patrick likely died in 461 AD and now his death is celebrated on March 17 as ........... holiday.

cleric

national

summer

splendid

divine

spring

Oscar Wilde

Complete the sentences using the following words and phrases.

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pope

He is said to be the first bishop of Armagh and Primate of All Ireland. Since the 7th century AD Saint Patrick has beenthe ........... saint of Ireland.

sovereign

lord

patron

nobleman

minstrel

Oscar Wilde

Complete the sentences using the following words and phrases.

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He is also known as the Apostle of Ireland. There are no snakes on the island of Ireland. Legend has it that it is because Saint Patrick had .............. all of them, chasing them to the sea.

invited

changed

fired

ended

banished

worshiped

Oscar Wilde

Complete the sentences using the following words and phrases.

R

Congratulations!!!Now, feed the snake and next letter is yours!

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1.You should keep in …………………… with us after you go away. 2. I told you many times, don’t …………………… my things!

mind

touch

break

Compete two sentences with the word which is logical and linguistically correct.

1.Could you give me a …………………… here? I need help. 2. I forgot to …………………… in my essay, the teacher will be angry.

hand

change

head

Compete two sentences with the word which is logical and linguistically correct.

1. He died …………………… an overdose. 2. This is a photo …………………… my family.

of

down

for

Compete two sentences with the word which is logical and linguistically correct.

1. That was a …………………… decision - you should have thought about it.2. I’ve got a …………………… on my skin and it’s really itchy.

rash

rush

quick

Compete two sentences with the word which is logical and linguistically correct.

1. We are struggling to make ends …………………… .2. Would you like to …………………… me at the weekend?

bring

meet

find

Compete two sentences with the word which is logical and linguistically correct.

1. I need to …………………… up with work after being away for two weeks.2. It sounds perfect, but where’s the ……………………?

stand

point

catch

Compete two sentences with the word which is logical and linguistically correct.

E

E

Open the box using one out of four keys.

Enter the password consisting of four letters you have collected so far.

Enter the password consisting of four letters you have collected so far.

Enter the password consisting of four letters you have collected so far.

Enter the password consisting of four letters you have collected so far.

Sorry. Try again. Enter the first letter.

Congratulations!!!Click the crock of gold.

Wykorzystano: R.Ociepa "Let's visit Ireland"

I'm Molly Malone. Send the last password consisting of 4 letters to your teacher. I hope you liked this short journey through Ireland.