Rt/E1.1

Rt/E1.1 Follow a short narrative on a familiar topic (a) know that text on page goes from left to right and form top to bottom and be able to track a simple text as they read it aloud for themselves (b) know and use a range of text level strategies to get at meaning: their own background knowledge of content, the context of the text as a whole, presentational devices (c) know that it is not always necessary to read every word in order to comprehend or get information from a text (d) understand that texts can be sources of information and enjoyment (e) know some basic meta-language that distinguish written text from spoken texts e.g. text, page, format, layout, print, image, caption, line, title, sentence, word, letter

CVC words

Submitted by Hawa Lunat on Sat, 2017-01-07 11:35

Literacy: Functional English - reading, Rt/E1.1, Rw/E1.2, Wt/E1.1, Wt/E2.1, Functional English - writing

ESOL: ESOL Rw/E1.2a, ESOL Reading

Context: Animal care & Equine

Resource type: Worksheet or assignment

Level: E1, E2

The first page of this resource will help students to identify consonants and vowels, which then leads onto CVC word building and reading skills.

Pages 2 & 3 have two short texts that my students enjoyed very much. These help students practise reading and identifying the structure of CVC words. They will then be able to answer simple comprehension questions.

You may want to cut up the passages and set up a jigsaw reading activity.

999 Real emergencies

Submitted by Phoebe McLeod on Tue, 2013-09-10 15:48

Literacy: Functional English - reading, Rt/E1.1, Rt/E2.1

ESOL: ESOL Rt/E1.1b, ESOL Rt/E2.1a

Context: Employment skills & Public services

Resource type: Cut and stick, Sort or match cards

Level: E1, E2

Photos and pictures to match with accounts of real emergency situations. All in the present tense. All the accounts are true. Accounts can be cut in to strips and given to pairs of learners who can put them in to a sequence to tell a story.

Literacy: Rs/E1.1, Rt/E1.1

Pre-entry: General pre-Entry

ESOL: ESOL Rs/E1.1a, ESOL Rt/E1.1a

Context: Independent living

Resource type: Cloze exercise, Reading comprehension, Writing frame, Writing prompts

Level: M8, E1

This is a lower-level version of ‘My Busy Day’ Housework by Laurence Fletcher (see below) for a basic literacy for ESOL class. Also suitable for M8-E1 literacy.
Reading comprehension, simplified cloze and sentence exercises.

My name is Anna

Submitted by Marion Martin on Wed, 2012-01-04 22:27

Literacy: Rt/E1.1

ESOL: ESOL Rt/E1.1a, ESOL Rt/E1.1b

Free tags: Australia

Resource type: Reading comprehension, Worksheet or assignment

Level: E1

An easy reading for beginners followed by complete the sentence exercise and a prompt to write about themselves. Two sheets – one for British students, one for Australian learners.

My name is Adumbi

Submitted by Marion Martin on Wed, 2012-01-04 21:52

Literacy: Rt/E1.1

ESOL: ESOL Rt/E1.1a, ESOL Rt/E1.1b

Free tags: Equality and Diversity

Resource type: Reading comprehension, Worksheet or assignment

Level: E1

A short reading text for beginners followed by comprehension exercises. Useful for revising early family vocabulary.

My name is Marco

Submitted by Marion Martin on Wed, 2012-01-04 21:52

Literacy: Rt/E1.1

ESOL: ESOL Rt/E1.1a, ESOL Rt/E1.1b

Free tags: Australia, Equality and Diversity

Context: Catering Food Nutrition

Level: E1

Resource type: Reading comprehension, Worksheet or assignment

A short reading text for beginners, followed by fill the gap sentences. Two sheets – one for British students and one for Australian students.

My name is Fred

Submitted by Carrie Bray on Thu, 2011-12-22 19:09

Literacy: Rt/E1.1, Rt/E2.1

Resource type: Reading comprehension

Level: E1, E2

Reading comprehension and practice in writing in sentences for E1/E2. It can also act as a springboard to get students to write about themselves.

Sending a text - personal safety workbook

Submitted by Sarah Horsley on Sat, 2011-05-21 17:37

Literacy: Functional English - reading, Rt/E1.1, Wt/E1.1, Functional English - writing

Numeracy: MSS2/E1.2

ICT: Developing, presenting and communicating information

ESOL: ESOL Rt/E1.1a, ESOL Wt/E1.1a

Context: Health and safety, Independent living

Resource type: Discussion points, Worksheet or assignment, Writing frame, Writing prompts

Level: E1

Lovely workbook for E1 ESOL, Literacy or Functional English. Use a prompt for discussion about the importance of keeping in touch, letting people know where you are, and asking for help. With plenty of opportunities for students to write their own texts.

A separate blank mobile template is also included – ideal for writing texts. Also useful for E1 Numeracy and Functional Maths positional vocabulary work. E.g. Which number is directly below the 6 key? Which number is in the middle on the top row? Etc.

Reading and writing letters - Functional English

Submitted by Emma Shaw on Wed, 2011-03-30 17:22

Literacy: Functional English - reading, Rt/E1.1, Rt/E2.1, Wt/E1.1, Wt/E2.1, Functional English - writing

Resource type: Reading comprehension, Writing prompts

Level: E1, E2

Two sets of reading comprehension questions and a writing task – all based on a simple everyday letter informing a friend of a change of address. Ideal for, and fully mapped to, E1-E2 Functional English or any literacy lesson that is focusing on informal letters.

High frequency words

Submitted by Margaret Adams on Sat, 2010-02-06 21:13

Literacy: Ww/E1.1, Rs/E1.1, Rt/E1.1, Rw/E1.1, Rw/E1.2, Ws/E1.1

Resource type: Flash cards, Shared text, Worksheet or assignment, Writing prompts

Level: E1

An amazing series of 16 worksheets that focus on the 100 most frequent words as used in the school-based Letters & Sounds reading scheme (available free – for details see teaching notes within the resource or visit http://nationalstrategies.standards.dcsf.gov.uk/ and type Letters and Sounds in the search box).
The sheets are all written for adults (topics include domestic violence, being jilted at the altar, old age, family arguments and much more) and include reading and writing activities, sets of small word cards, a word checklist and large flashcards.

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