ESOL Rt/L2.6a

Use organisational features and systems to locate texts and information
(i) Understand that information can be organised and referenced in different ways and in different layers of detail
(ii) Know that different systems are used to organise whole texts, e.g. library systems, filing systems in an office or on a computer - and make use of these systems to find information
(iii) Recognise and use features of ICT texts, e.g. hypertext links, video content, menus, icons, text messages, URLs and search engines
(iv) Be aware of ICT concepts underlying texts, e.g. what a wiki is, and its implications for text content

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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