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Shortcuts to Success: Art, Craft, Design Project Guide: for Junior Certificate

Shortcuts to Success: Art, Craft, Design Project Guide: for Junior Certificate (Paperback)

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Shortcuts to Success teach you the exam success tips that have been shown to work. Written by teachers with a proven track record of exam success, they will show you how to achieve your best results.





An invaluable guide for students on how to complete the Art,Craft,Design Project, which is worth 300 marks in the Junior Certificate examShows clearly what is required and how to plan your project over several months.Fully illustrated examples of successful students' projects are includedShows how to select and develop different themesAll the options are coveredPast examination papers are included.

Children'sEducational materialEducational: Art & designChildren'sEducational materialEducational: study & revision guides Publisher: Gill Publication Date: 08/08/2006 ISBN-13: 9780717141166  Details: Type: Paperback Format: Books
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Clodagh Holahan, ANCAD, Dip ASEd., was formerly head of the Art Department in St Brigid's College, Callan, Co Kilkenny. She has held prominent positions in the Art Teachers' Association and has exhibited her own paintings and sculpture in the RHA, RUA and Oireachtas art exhibitions. Maureen Roche , ATC, is head of Art at Scoil Aireagail, Ballyhale, Co Kilkenny. She is a former President of the Art Teachers' Association and has exhibited her prints and wall hangings at numerous venues. Clodagh Holahan and Maureen Roche also wrote the popular Junior Certificate textbook Art, Craft, Design.

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