ESOL Rw/E3.2a Read & understand words / phrases commonly used on forms

E3.2a Read and understand words and phrases commonly used on forms
(i) Read and respond to form-filling conventions and language commonly used on forms Example: Read forms that contain the following kind of language: nationality, spouse, additional information, evaluation, immigration status, make payable to.
(ii) Be aware of cultural conventions that underpin certain elements of some types of form Example: Decide what is meant by the section of a job application form that asks for any additional information: i.e. that this is the supporting statement and needs to contain details of the candidate's suitability for the job.
(iii) Read and respond to clearly stated instructions on forms

Source: Adult ESOL Core Curriculum (DfES, 2001) 

Three sets of dominoes to use in warm-up and for letter and word recognition activities. The first set, for pre-Entry ESOL and Literacy learners with very low levels of letter and word recognition, matches lower case to capital letter versions, the second set is a set of “doubles”, which can be used alongside the first. The third set, for pre-Entry / Entry 1 ESOL learners, matches a category to an example. Each set has 17 dominoes, so 4 each for a group of 4 learners, plus one to start.

Entry Level 1
Entry Level 2
Entry Level 3
AL Rw/E1.1 Have limited, meaningful sight vocabulary of words, signs, symbols
Functional English reading
Form filling
pre-Entry Rw/M8.3 Recognise & read a growing no. of words signs symbols
ESOL Rw/E3.2a Read & understand words / phrases commonly used on forms
ESOL Rw/E2.1a Recognise words on forms related to personal information
ESOL Rw/E1.1a Recognise a limited number of words, signs and symbols
Employment skills & Public services