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Update by news editor   31-10-2011

Ar tlachd ann an deamhanan-fala

Luchd-sgrùdaidh a' mìneachadh carson a tha uidhir de thlachd ann an deamhanan-fala san 21mh linn

Cha shaoileadh tu gum biodh ùidh aig fìor sgoilearan ann an deamhanan-fala, am biodh?

Uill, an t-seachdain seo tha cuid de sgoilearan àrd-inbhe Oilthigh Dhùn Èideann air togail orra gu Lunnainn gus grèim a ghabhail air co-labhairt mu dheidhinn na creutairean òl-fala sin.

Aig a' chruinneachadh dà-latha leis an t-ainm Deamhanan-fala: Uirsgeulan bhon t-àm a dh'fhalbh agus an t-àm ri teachd, bidh eòlaichean foghlaim a' bruidhinn mu dheidhinn an dòigh anns a bheil deòmhanan-fala air am faicinn air TBh agus ann am filmean.

Bheir iad sùil air seallaidhean dheamhanan-fala thar nam bliadhnaichean, bho bhith nan uile-bhèistean le fiaclan mòra a' fuireach ann an cisteachan-laighe, gu caractaran làitheil a bhios beò mar as àbhaist anns na coimhearsnachdan againn.

Tha an t-Ollamh Cairistiona Knight, a bhruidhneas aig a' cho-labhairt, den bheachd gu bheil deamhanan-fala tarraingeach air atharrachadh mar thoradh air saidheans an latha 'n diugh.

Ann an sreath leabhraichean agus filmean Ciaradh, tha teaghlach Cullen de "dheamhanan-fala luibheanach" beò air fuil bheathaichean, an-àite fuil dhaoine, agus ann an sreath tharraingeach Ameireaganach tha na caractaran beò air fuil fuadan a rinn daoine suas.

Tha an t-Ollamh Knight ag ràdh nach biodh an seòrsa sgeulachdan sin comasach mura biodh leasachaidhean saidheansail nar beatha, mar cheallan fala agus feòil air fhàs bho bhun-cheallan ann an obairlann.

A-nis, seach gun urrainn dha deamhanan-fala a bhith ag ithe gun a bhith a' dèanamh cron oirnn, chan eileas gam faicinn tuilleadh mar dhroch rudan mar a b'àbhaist.

Gu dearbh, cha mhòr nach eil farmad againn ri deamhanan-fala, a-rèir eòlaiche eile leis an t-ainm Matthias Weinroth.

Thuirt esan: "Tha spèis againn a-nis dha deamhanan-fala, oir tha feartan aca a bu mhath leinn a bhith againn fhìn.

"Bidh iad beò fad ùine, tha iad làidir agus fiosrach."

Cliog an seo gus feuchainn air ar ceisneachadh beathach eagallach neo an seo gus sùil a thoirt air na sgeulachdan èibhinn Oidhche Shamhna againn.

Beachdan is molaidhean leasain

Leugh is beachdaich air beachdan leasain air an duilleag Facebook againn

Thig air an liosta puist againn (Feumar logadh a-steach air Glow)

Ar tlachd ann an deamhanan-fala

Is e dìreach an dreachd goirid den sgeulachd seo a tha ri fhaighinn anns a' Ghàidhlig. Cliog air a' phutan What? gu h-àrd gus an dreachd seo a leughadh.

adapted from article by Jasper Hamill
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Experiences & Outcomes

  • I can discuss structure, characterisation and/or setting; recognise the relevance of the writer’s theme and how this relates to my own and others’ experiences; discuss the writer’s style and other features appropriate to genre. ENG 2-19a
  • I can discuss and evaluate the structure, characterisation and/or setting using some supporting evidence; identify the main theme of the text and recognise the relevance this has to my own and others’ experiences; identify and comment on aspects of the writer’s style and other features appropriate to genre using some relevant evidence. ENG 3-19a
  • I can discuss and evaluate the effectiveness of structure, characterisation and/or setting using some supporting evidence; identify how the writer’s main theme or central concerns are revealed and can recognise how they relate to my own and others’ experiences; identify and make a personal evaluation of the effect of aspects of the writer’s style and other features appropriate to genre using some relevant evidence and terminology. ENG 4-19a
  • I can respond to the experience of drama by discussing my thoughts and feelings. I can give and accept constructive comment on my own and others’ work. EXA 2-15a / EXA 3-15a
  • I can analyse technical aspects of drama and scripts, make informed judgments and express considered opinions on my own and others’ work. EXA 4-15a