Looking after your mental health under coronavirus (COVID-19)
This reading resource is designed for Functional Skills English learners. It is aimed at level 1 and level 2, although it may be adapted for Entry level 3 also. The resource is comprised of two texts that suggest how teenagers and young people can look after their mental health during the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak. Text A is adapted from the UNICEF website, and Text B is an informal email written from one worried friend to another. The questions are written to model the reformed Edexcel Functional Skills exams, and are aimed to give learners practice in a range of exam-style reading questions.
The resource is designed to embed genuine mental health helpline numbers and email addresses that young people might find helpful during these very difficult times.
Fully mapped to Reformed Functional English, GCSE and Embedded English for T Levels (General English competencies). Please note there is no answer sheet for this resource. If you would like to write one please get in touch.
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Error in the word 'granddad'.
Can teachers please note, that I have made an error and written 'grand-dad' with a hyphen. According to the Oxford English Dictionary (7th ed'n) 2012, the correct spelling is either 'grandad' or 'granddad'. Many thanks Anne Bush, Access Creative College.