ESOL Wt/E2.1a

Compose simple text, selecting appropriate format for the genre and purpose (i) Compose and write short texts for different audiences, depending on the learner's needs and context, e.g. an e-mail to a teacher, a simple formal or informal letter, chat to friends on MSN, a personal narrative, poem or simple story, a message or record at work, a greetings card to a friend, an order form (ii) Develop understanding of the concepts of genre, purpose and audience, e.g. when writing letters and emails, and stating purpose clearly (iii) Recognise that texts of the same genre that share a common purpose will also share common features, such as layout, use of headings or sentence type, and begin to apply this understanding (iv) Generate ideas for writing, decide what to include as appropriate to the purpose and audience (v) Understand that basic proof-reading, checking through what has been written for errors, is part of the process of writing, and apply this

Storyboards

Submitted by June Mill on Tue, 2005-07-19 13:02

Pre-entry: Rti/M7.3, SLc/M7.1, SLc/M7.2, Wt/M8.1, SLlr/M8.2, Rtc/M8.3, SLc/M8.1, SLlr/M8.4

Literacy: Ws/E1.1, Ws/E2.1, Wt/E1.1, Wt/E2.1

ESOL: ESOL Ws/E1.1a, ESOL Ws/E2.1a, ESOL Wt/E1.1a, ESOL Wt/E2.1a

Resource type: Discussion points, Writing prompts

Level: M7, M8, E1, E2

5 hand drawn storyboards – shopping, holidays, swimming, getting-up and a bank robbery! Pictures can be cut up, muddled and re-sequenced; simple sentences written out to match with pictures; sentences written in the present to be changed to past tense (ESOL); write sentences then join with conjunctions e.g. then, next; or simply as prompts for conversation and discussion.

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