Support opinions and arguments with evidence (a) Understand that productive discussion involves making valid and convincing points, not browbeating people to accept own view (b) Know how to research information for a discussion (c) Use factual information and knowledge to support views and arguments

Creating a presentation

Submitted by Sanchia Hylton-Smith on Thu, 2011-04-07 11:55

Literacy: Functional English - speaking, listening & communication, SLc/L2.3, SLc/L2.4, SLd/L2.4, SLd/L2.5

ESOL: ESOL Speak to communicate

General: Generic resources for literacy, numeracy and beyond

Resource type: Handout or guide

Level: L2

Excellent advice on giving a presentation (this is a required part of Level 2 Functional English assessment and would also be useful for L2 literacy and possibly L2 ESOL). Step by step guide to planning and delivery.

Moral Dilemmas

Submitted by Saul Pope on Tue, 2006-10-24 17:11

Literacy: Writing, Rs/E3.2, SLd/E3.1, SLd/E3.2, SLd/L1.1, SLd/L2.1, SLd/L2.4, SLlr/E3.5, SLlr/E3.6, SLlr/L1.6, SLlr/L2.3, SLlr/L2.4

Resource type: Discussion points, Game, Listening and/or speaking activity

Level: E3, L1, L2

Moral Dilemmas is a great game aimed at 16-18 year olds (easily adapted for other age groups) that provides focus points for group discussion along with reading, writing and listening practice.

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