How can Gaelic help students today?
Despite the usefulness of Gaelic being lain under critical eyes, the education of it through schools remains very useful. It is great to use to those wishing to study Scottish history to explore the language and meanings in greater depth and helps develop a greater understanding of the foundations of our very culture and dialect. It shows a specific competence to the country in which the language partakes on many platforms such as literature, music, art, and dance.
In conclusion, the education and preservation of the Gaelic language remain a very contentious issue. It is rooted deep within Scottish culture, providing the country with a winding, rich history; it also improves the education of school children and provides superior linguistic and cognitive skills. However, it can also be viewed as a dreamer’s language through the attempts to keep it relevant, and it possibly hinders the futures of school children regarding usefulness and relevance. Gaelic is essential to the teachings of the country, for the development of understanding, the arts, and everyday life. Gaelic is not dead; it has never been more alive in so many different forms