ESOL Wt/L1.1a

Apply genre-specific planning strategies as appropriate (i) Take account of the purpose, context, audience and outcome of a piece of writing when planning it, e.g. college assignments, letters to a local councillor, postcards, e-mails to friends and colleagues, an accident report at work (ii) Know and select from a range of techniques for planning writing, e.g. brainstorm, notes, lists, diagrams, flow charts, using own language and/or English (iii) Decide when planning and drafting are appropriate, and when it is necessary to write something without much planning (iv) Draft and redraft where appropriate, and produce final legible version of text, word-processed or handwritten; understanding when material is ready for presentation

Grandma's story: Living in the Outback

Submitted by Marion Martin on Thu, 2011-12-29 14:00

Literacy: Rt/E3.1, Rt/L1.1, Ws/E3.1, Ws/E3.2, Ws/L1.1, Ws/L1.2, Wt/E3.1, Wt/E3.2, Wt/L1.1

Pre-entry: Text Focus (interest)

ESOL: ESOL Rt/E3.1a, ESOL Rt/L1.1a, ESOL Ws/E3.1a, ESOL Ws/E3.2a, ESOL Ws/L1.1a, ESOL Ws/L1.2a, ESOL Wt/E3.1a, ESOL Wt/E3.2a, ESOL Wt/L1.1a

Free tags: Australia, Equality and Diversity

Context: History

Resource type: Reading comprehension, Wordsearch, Worksheet or assignment

Level: E3, L1

A first person autobiographical account of life in outback Australia.
Exercises include comprehension questions using when, where etc.
A revision of past tense verbs – regular and irregular.
A fill the gap using the correct verb tense.
A writing prompt for students to write about themselves – emphasising the use of conjunctions and short paragraphs.
A Wordsearch.
Includes a glossary of Australian words used in the text.

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