ESOL Rt/L2.8a

Summarise information from longer documents
(i) Understand that summarising must be preceded by locating and selecting information through skimming, scanning and detailed reading, and do this efficiently
(ii) Distinguish the main points and supporting detail in a document, and make judgements as to what should be included in a summary
(iii) Understand that what to select and how best to present it in summary form will also depend on knowing the purpose and audience for the summary
(iv) Use of discourse markers and other devices that enable identification of main points

A L2 reading lesson around the optimism of Spring, and Easter and pagan traditions, especially suitable for the start of the Summer term, as a springboard to setting intentions for the rest of the course. Suitable for ESOL or Functional Skills courses.

Editor's note

Fully mapped to the reformed FS content - and GCSE English. Also includes a vocabulary consolidation task for the next lesson.

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