ESOL Rt/E3.7a

Scan different parts of texts to locate information (i) Understand that it is not always necessary to read every word, or every word in a relevant section, to find information in a text (ii) Have a clear purpose in mind before starting to scan (iii) Develop strategies for extracting information from various parts of text, e.g. scan headings and sub-headings because they give clues to content, scan for proper nouns, or type in a key word to search online

London Tube

Submitted by Janet Kinsey on Mon, 2008-02-11 16:53

Literacy: Rt/E3.7, Rt/E3.9, Rt/L1.5, Rt/L2.7

ESOL: ESOL Rt/E3.7a, ESOL Rt/E3.9a, ESOL Rt/L1.5a, ESOL Rt/L1.5b, ESOL Rt/L2.7a

Context: Leisure Travel Tourism

Resource type: Reading comprehension

Level: E3, L1, L2

A series of differentiated questions based on the famous London underground map. Great for scanning practice and sparking off further discussion or writing work.
Tube maps can be found at:

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