ESOL Rw/L1.2a

Recognise and understand the vocabulary associated with different types of text, using appropriate strategies to work out meaning
(i) Extend knowledge of lexis and collocation, associated with main areas of interest in reading
(ii) Understand the use and effect of specialist lexis for work or study
(iii) Work out the meaning of unfamiliar words using a range of strategies, e.g. context, recognising word structure, knowing the meaning of adjacent words
(iv) Use a dictionary and select from a range of definitions
(v) Be aware of how language is used to create different effects, e.g. using descriptive language, slang, jargon, or a formal register
(vi) Recognise where lexis is used creatively, e.g. in poetry
(vii) Recognise connotation of lexis in certain types of text
Example: Contrast several newspaper headlines and decide whether the report that follows each one will present a negative or positive point of view.
(viii) Be aware that words may have different meanings in different contexts, and have negative and positive connotations, e.g. slim, slender, skinny; riot, demonstration; house, home, hovel - and recognise the connotation attached to different words in context

These two lessons explore the Windrush Scandal. 

The video gives an opportunity to listen for gist and detail, and is followed by a focus on sentence stress and intonation.

The article gives an opportunity for learners to analyse the purpose of the text and look at persuasive techniques, and is accompanied by a vocabulary from context exercise.

L2.1 Identify relevant information from extended explanations or presentations
L2.2 Follow narratives and lines of argument
FE L2.11 Identify the different situations when the main points are sufficient and when it is important to have specific details
FE L1.13 Use reference materials and appropriate strategies (e.g. using knowledge of word types) for a range of purposes, including to find the meaning of words
FE L1.17 Read and understand a range of specialist words in context
FE L2.14 Understand the relationship between textual features and devices, and how they can be used to shape meaning for different audiences and purposes
GCSE Reading A1 (a) Identify and interpret
GCSE Reading A2 Analyse language & structure
ESOL Lr/L1.1a Extract information from texts of varying genre, e.g. radio, TV
ESOL Lr/L1.2e Listen for phonological detail
ESOL Lr/L1.6b Follow a discussion without participating e.g. on TV
ESOL Lr/L2.1a Extract information from extended texts in a non-face-to-face context, e.g. radio
ESOL Lr/L2.2a Listen to a narrative or conversation
ESOL Lr/L2.2e Listen for phonological detail
ESOL Rw/L1.2a
ESOL Rt/L1.2a Know how language and other textual features are used to achieve different purposes
ESOL Rw/L2.3a
ESOL Rt/L2.2a Identify the purposes of a wide range of texts, whether inferred or explicitly stated
News, Politics & Government items

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A beautiful set of three resources.

ESOL Ws/L1.2a
ESOL Ws/E3.2a
ESOL Rw/L2.1a
ESOL Rw/L1.2a
ESOL Rt/L2.1a Identify different ways meaning is built up in a range of texts of varying genres
Animal care, farming & equine