ESOL Rw/E3.2a

Read and understand words and phrases commonly used on forms (i) Read and respond to form-filling conventions and language commonly used on forms Example: Read forms that contain the following kind of language: nationality, spouse, additional information, evaluation, immigration status, make payable to. (ii) Be aware of cultural conventions that underpin certain elements of some types of form Example: Decide what is meant by the section of a job application form that asks for any additional information: i.e. that this is the supporting statement and needs to contain details of the candidate's suitability for the job. (iii) Read and respond to clearly stated instructions on forms

Personal Data Dominoes

Submitted by Eleanor Kliffen on Sun, 2016-09-18 20:24

Literacy: Form filling, Functional English - reading, Rw/E1.1, Rw/E2.1, Rw/E3.2

Pre-entry: Rw/M7.2, Rw/M8.3

ESOL: ESOL Rw/E1.1a, ESOL Rw/E2.1a, ESOL Rw/E3.2a

Context: Employment skills & Public services

Resource type: Ice breaker, Sort or match cards, Warm-up

Level: M7, M8, E1, E2, E3

Three sets of dominoes to use in warm-up and for letter and word recognition activities. The first set, for pre-Entry ESOL and Literacy learners with very low levels of letter and word recognition, matches lower case to capital letter versions, the second set is a set of “doubles”, which can be used alongside the first. The third set, for pre-Entry / Entry 1 ESOL learners, matches a category to an example. Each set has 17 dominoes, so 4 each for a group of 4 learners, plus one to start.

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