Scroll down the English for Action page until you reach section 6. Here you can find the download link to this superb 76 page toolkit, along with a brief overview. I don't know why I have only just come across this resource! IMO, it makes inspiring and fascinating reading for all teachers, not just ESOL specialists.
The pack is intended for anyone teaching or working with refugees, asylum seekers, or long term immigrant groups in the UK. The Reflect approach is learner centred and challenges teacher or text-driven work. Much is based on the theories of the Brazilian educator and philosopher Paulo Freire. All this and more is explained in the 15 page introductory section.
Section two is bursting with listening speaking, reading and writing resources all based on themes that are pertinent to refugees, asylum seekers and immigrant groups. Examples of mapping to the Adult ESOL core curriculum are included.
The final 15 pages (Section Three) has a selection of the participatory tools used in Reflect. These include timelines, calendars, and many graphic organisers and visual materials (trees, matrices, flow diagrams, rivers).
"Reflect is now used in over 500 organisations in around 70 countries worldwide and was awarded the UN International Literacy Prize in 2003 and 2005 for the way in which it has revolutionised adult learning. Discussion and language learning are based on rich visual materials developed by the practitioners themselves and related to their own immediate experiences."