# Informative presentation

A PowerPoint presentation that provides information but does not include student activities or questions

A power point attached that covers the 4 main types of text. Includes objectives and group activities.

Aimed at Level 1 and ideal for Functional English.

This resource uses a flow chart to help guide learners to the correct use of apostrophes.

**Editor’s note**

Updated Aug 2016. now includes irregular plurals such as ‘children’.

Quick addition warm up exercise using one and two digit numbers.

An Excel worksheet with an explanatory introductory PPT (with answers).

This is a practical handling data task at L1 and L2 which uses the Internet to find the necesssary data in order to complete a Expenses claim form.

I work with Landbased students most of whom visit an exhibition at the Bath & West show ground. In this task they have to work out how much it will cost them to travel to the site and how much the entry fee is, then enter this information onto a expenses claim form as if they were submitting it to an employed to reclaim their costs.

For L2 students they need to find the actual cost of the fuel they use for the journey.

A collection of resources based around the BBC programme CrimeWatch.

Designed with L1 Functional English students in mind, the lesson can lead in to further discussion about crime, security, safety etc.

**Editor’s note**

The PPT also acts as a lesson outline which covers the following learning objectives.

A power point and interactive cards to introduce the students to reversing calculations / formulas.

The animated PPT demonstrates the basics of how to rearrange formulae and use reverse calculations to self check answers.

The cards with symbols, can be used to physically rearrange the formula showing the moves of each symbol. These allow the tutor to spend some time talking the less able students through the process. Students can then use the card to complete a short worksheet.

In the construction trades there is still a need for some students to understand the difference between Imperial and metric units of measure. This is a Powerpoint presentation to help with this. I have used it with E3 and L1 students.

**Editor’s note**

I have classified this as L1 and L2.

I created this powerpoint to help my students learn the parts and uses of graphs and charts. They can also revisit it on Moodle to remind themselves of labels etc., while revising for the exam.

**Editor’s note:**

Covers tallies, pictograms, bar charts (vertical, horizontal, single, dual), pie charts, line graphs, conversion graphs and scatter graphs.

This colourful PowerPoint aims to teach learners about the structure of words in the English language. Numerous examples are given to help learners think of their own root words, suffixes and prefixes.

Adapted from old BBC Skillswise worksheets, this PPT presents different ways of adding and subtracting (numberlines, rounding and splitting).