ESOL Rs/E3.1b

Use knowledge of syntax and grammar to work out meaning and confirm understanding in other types of text at this level
(a) Name and understand the use of key grammatical forms, such as tenses, conjunctions, articles, adverbs, adjectives, negative, pronoun, phrase and how they carry meaning
(b) Understand that new information is often placed towards the end of the sentence
(c) Recognise the relationship between clauses in sentences in straightforward texts
(d) Use key discourse markers to help prediction and understanding
(e) Know that sentence grammar in poetry - in particular, word order - may be different from that of prose
(f) Recognise which words belong together, e.g. the words that form a noun phrase or a prepositional phrase

Lovely introduction to nouns, verbs and adjectives. For E2-3 ESOL and Literacy.
Start with the PPT which is based on a very tasty bakery theme and includes information and examples for students to work through. Follow this with the handout and a highlighting exercise.

Level
E2
E3
English
Ws/E2.2
Rs/E3.2
Rs/E3.1
ESOL
ESOL Ws/E2.2a
ESOL Rs/E3.1b
Context
Catering Food Nutrition

David Beckham is an Entry 3 cloze exercise which focuses on past tense verbs. Created as a replacement for the now dated Beckham text in the Skills for Life ESOL materials 2003 (Entry 3, Unit 2 Sport & Exercise, page 2) and is ideal for ESOL and Literacy students who are also football fans.

Level
E3
English
Rs/E3.2
ESOL
ESOL Rs/E3.1b
Context
Sport