Malartú Gás - Gaseous Exchange

Gaseous exchange through Irish

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Posted on January 30, 2024

I love this activity! I would like to know if you shared the file with students so they were able to move the oxygen and carbon-dioxide icons around to where the molecules belong. I could see this being used in biology classes at many levels. Thank you for sharing! [I ran this through English to Irish Gaelic translate]

Is breá liom an ghníomhaíocht seo! Ba mhaith liom a fháil amach má roinn tú an comhad le mic léinn ionas go raibh siad in ann na deilbhíní ocsaigine agus dé-ocsaíd charbóin a bhogadh timpeall go dtí an áit ina mbaineann na móilíní. Bhí mé in ann é seo a fheiceáil á úsáid i ranganna bitheolaíochta ag go leor leibhéil. Go raibh maith agat as a roinnt! [Rith mé seo trí AI chun aistriú]

Posted on February 07, 2024

Dia duit Katie,

I haven’t yet but am very interested in that idea - (not sure how to approach that yet - any suggestions/ ideas greatly appreicated)

I’m only new to Keynote and exploring animations myself at the moment (A shared similar topic inspired me to try my own). My plan is to start getting the students to make their own - they are new to ipads so training will take a bit of time.

Thanks for your comments and lovely to see it in Irish also.

Go raibh maith agat,

Paudie

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