SLc/L2.3

Express clearly statements of fact, explanations, instructions, accounts and descriptions, using appropriate structure, style and vocabulary
(a) Know and use an appropriate range of vocabulary and syntax in order to communicate more complex meanings
(b) Adapt the level of formality in language and style depending on the situation and audience
(c) Know how to structure what is said, using markers which help listeners to follow the line of thought

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.

Level
L2
English
SLd/L2.5
SLd/L2.4
SLc/L2.4
SLc/L2.3
Functional English - speaking, listening & communicating
ESOL
ESOL Speak to communicate
General
Generic resources for literacy, numeracy and beyond

Merry Hill Shoppers is a series of tasks based on this Midlands shopping centre. Covers reading comprehension, maps, giving and following instructions and makes a good starting point for discussion about crime (theft) and the police. First used with New Deal students. With ideas for extension and for adapting to your local area.

Level
L1
L2
English
Rt/L1.1
Rt/L2.1
SLlr/L1.2
SLlr/L2.2
SLc/L1.3
SLc/L2.3
Context
Retail Hospitality Customer service

Lots of ideas here for themed Word Level starters. Give your lessons a longitudinal structure and improve students’ dictionary, speaking, spelling and vocabulary skills in small steps across the academic year. Originally used in a series of 30 lessons in a mixed ability classes (E3-L2). With suggestions for further resources and shared texts, related words, revision, spelling tips, speaking activities and more.

Level
E3
L1
L2
English
Ww/E3.1
Ww/E3.2
Rw/E3.1
Rw/E3.3
Rw/E3.4
Rw/E3.5
Rw/L1.1
Rw/L1.2
Rw/L1.3
Rw/L2.1
Rw/L2.2
SLc/E3.1
SLc/E3.3
SLc/L1.1
SLc/L1.3
SLc/L1.4
SLc/L2.1
SLc/L2.3
SLc/L2.4
Ww/L1.1
Ww/L2.1