ESOL Rt/E1.1a Follow a short narrative on a familiar topic or experience
Rt/E1.1a Follow a short narrative on a familiar topic or experience
- respond to print as a source of meaning
- be aware that words on the page represent words that can be spoken
- read texts for information and enjoyment
- track texts in the right order, left to right, top to bottom (this also applies to readers of other scripts that don't go from left to right)
- use a range of text-level strategies, learners' own knowledge of the content and context of the text, as a whole, to get meaning from text
- use graphics accompanying texts to help identify meaning
- where relevant, use some basic terms that distinguish spoken from written text, such as page, line, sentence, word, letter, letter, sign, form
Read their own composition, which someone else has written down, e.g.: My name is Amina. I come from Somalia.
Read a very simple narrative, with repeated language patterns, on a familiar topic or experience, e.g.: My mother works in a restaurant. My father works in a shop.
Use photos in advertisements and illustrations in an illustrated dictionary to help identify meaning. Platform 3 (in a railway station)