Rs/L2.1

Use implicit and explicit grammatical knowledge, alongside own knowledge and experience of context, to help follow meaning and judge the purpose of different types of text
(a) Understand that some grammatical forms and types of word signal the level of formality of a text, e.g. passive verbs, third person, abstract nouns
(b) Understand that specific grammatical devices are used to persuade, e.g. deliberate ambiguity, rhetorical questions, repetition

Cards to help students recognise what nouns, verbs, adjectives and adverbs.
They can then play the bingo game or use highlighter pens to identify the different parts of speech in a text.

Level
E3
L1
L2
English
Rs/L2.1
Rs/L1.1
Rs/E3.2
Rs/E3.1

Level 1 / Level 2 resource for literacy students exploring Chinese customs. This has proved to be a popular resource with my students. Includes: reading, dictionary work, comprehension and grammatical knowledge with a fun part where learners find their Chinese horoscope animal.

Level
L1
L2
English
Rw/L1.3
Rw/L1.2
Rw/L1.1
Rt/L2.7
Rt/L2.3
Rt/L2.1
Rt/L1.5
Rt/L1.4
Rs/L2.1
Context
History

A worksheet that lists all of the most common word types and has space for the learners to enter their own description and their own examples.

To be completed over a number of weeks as each word type is covered and understood. The completed sheets can then be used as a revision tool / personal glossary.

Level
L2
L1
E3
E2
English
Rs/L2.1
Rs/L1.1
Rs/E3.2

This activity is in two parts.Firstly, learners should use the cards to match the words to their meanings. Next they should use the fill in worksheet to give an example for each one. Full instructions included.In addition to parts of speech it also includes synonym and homophone terms.

Level
L2
L1
E3
E2
English
Rw/L1.3
Rw/L1.2
Rs/L2.1
Rs/L1.1
Rs/E3.2
Rs/E2.2

Wonderful high L1 – Level 2 resource which looks at the purposes and sources of a range of texts. Includes: useful handout with example of the four main types of text; discussion and examples of texts with more than one purpose; examples of badly written texts with mixed and confusing purposes; inferred and hidden meanings; writing practice (for four different purposes); re-ordering a long instructional text; and a set of final multiple choice questions to check skills.
Fully mapped to the Functional English criteria.

Level
L2
L1
English
Functional English - writing
Wt/L2.5
Wt/L1.4
Rw/L2.3
Rt/L2.2
Rt/L1.2
Rs/L2.2
Rs/L2.1
Functional English reading

Passive verb forms is a useful 1 page reference sheet for L1 and L2 ESOL (and tutors).

Level
L1
L2
English
Rs/L2.1
Ws/L2.2
ESOL
ESOL Rs/L2.1a
ESOL Ws/L1.1a
ESOL Ws/L2.2a

An absolutely amazing PowerPoint (created as part of a PGCE assignment). Interactive activities, links and written exercises (these could also be printed as worksheets) plus lots of points for group discussion. Also great for teacher reference / training.

Level
E3
L1
L2
English
Rs/E3.2
Rs/L1.1
Rs/L2.1
Ws/E3.2
Ws/L1.2
Ws/L2.2
Ws/L2.3