Extras

IslandVoicesVidsOver the early years of project growth a number of additional videos were produced in association with the core Guthan nan Eilean/Island Voices materials. More may yet be created in various languages. These tables provide links to these videos (and transcripts where available) as well as brief descriptions.

English

Video Description
Craigard – Client Narration (YouTube)

Craigard – Client Narration (Vimeo)

Transcript

Donald Mackinnon re-wrote the commentary on the original documentary and recorded his own voiceover for the same picture sequence. An Innovation in ICT and Literacies project.
Kallin Shellfish (YouTube)

Kallin Shellfish (Vimeo)

Transcript

ESOL learners planned, shot, and edited their own picture sequence before scripting and recording the voiceover commentary. An Innovation in ICT and Literacies project.
Nicosia – Video Workshop (YouTube)

Nicosia – Video Workshop (Vimeo)

This demo video was created by pooling and then editing the footage taken by participants in a POOLS-2 project workshop for language teachers, following the Island Voices model.

Gaelic

Video Description
Craigard – Client Narration (YouTube)

Craigard – Client Narration (Vimeo)

Transcript

Donald Mackinnon re-wrote the commentary on the original documentary and recorded his own voiceover for the same picture sequence. An Innovation in ICT and Literacies project.
Nicosia – Video Workshop (YouTube)

Nicosia – Video Workshop (Vimeo)

This demo video was created by pooling and then editing the footage taken by participants in a POOLS-2 project workshop for language teachers, following the Guthan nan Eilean model.

The “Gaelic Journey” trilingual collection

Video and Audio

Description

Benbecula to Ranafast: A Gaelic Journey. Online Table of Contents

The Guthan nan Eilean/Island Voices project visited Donegal, at the invitation of The University of Ulster’s School of Irish, and with the support of Colmcille. This trilingual suite of recordings was produced during the visit.

Multilingual/Non-specific

Video Description
Grogarry Lodge (YouTube)

Grogarry Lodge (Vimeo)

Learners of English and Gaelic gathered for a ceilidh at community-owned Grogarry Lodge in South Uist. In a final meeting before the summer under the Guthan nan Eilean/Island Voices banner they worked each other hard, and also enjoyed a grand night of international food and community music.
Stoneybridge Workshop Weekend The film-making class at the Stoneybridge Workshop Weekend in South Uist made a short film about some of the classes. Many human stars, but the oscar must go to the canine participant who brought a whole new meaning to the concept of an “archaeological dig”… A Make a Splash project.
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