Wt/L2.2

Judge how much to write and the level of detail to include
(a) Understand that the length of text and the level of detail depend on the nature of the content, and the text's purpose and audience
(b) Understand that planning and drafting involve making decisions on length and detail

A couple of resources for planning a CV.

Firstly, I would check learners understand the term ‘Employability’ and, using the letters in the the word, ask learners to come up with ideas for the personal skills and qualities needed to get a job. For example – E – enthusiastic, energetic, M – motivated, multi-talented …etc. I would then move on to the PPT.

Level
L2
L1
English
Functional English - writing
Wt/L2.2
Wt/L2.1
Wt/L1.2
Wt/L1.1
Context
Employment skills & Public services

A set of comprehension questions, together with vocabulary exercises, anagrams and a writing prompt.
Useful for those working towards Level 2 Certificate in Adult Literacy and anyone with an interest in word origins and English linguistics.
All based on an article from the BBC News website www.bbc.co.uk/news/magazine-10776581
See below for links to other Level 2 exercises.

Level
L2
English
Word origins
Rt/L1.1
Rt/L2.3
Rt/L2.4
Rw/L2.3
Wt/L2.2
Context
History

A fabulous way to teach the importance of style, suitable vocabulary and formal letter writing. Students must read, discuss and edit an over-the-top business letter.

Level
L2
English
Rw/L2.3
Wt/L2.2
Wt/L2.7
Wt/L2.5
Wt/L2.6
Context
Construction Carpentry Plumbing

A super idea for writing informal and formal letters (a writing frame is provided for the formal letter).

Level
L2
English
Wt/L2.1
Wt/L2.2
Wt/L2.3
Wt/L2.4
Wt/L2.7
Wt/L2.5
Wt/L2.6
Context
Animal care, farming & equine