General ESOLESOL Rw/E1.1a Recognise a limited number of words, signs and symbolsESOL Ww/E1.1a Use and spell correctly some personal key words and familiar wordsESOL Rs/E1.1a Read and recognise simple sentence structures:ESOL Rw/E1.2a Use basic sound-letter correspondence to sound out wordsESOL Engage in discussion (Sd)ESOL Reading (R)ESOL Rw/E1.3a Identify letters of alphabet in both upper & lower caseESOL: Writing - text focus (composition)ESOL: Reading text focus - comprehension (Rt)ESOL Listen and respond (Lr)ESOL Ws/E1.1a Construct a simple sentence, using basic word order & verb formESOL Ww/E1.1b Use basic sound-letter correspondence & letter patterns to aid spellingESOL Sc/E1.4a Make simple statements of factESOL Rw/E2.3a Use context & range of phonic / graphic knowledge to decode wordsESOL Rw/E2.2a Recognise a range of familiar wordsESOL Rt/E1.1a Follow a short narrative on a familiar topic or experienceESOL: Writing sentence focus - punctuation and grammar (Ws)ESOL Rw/L2.3a Recognise & understand vocabulary associated with different text typesESOL Rw/L1.3a Recognise and understand an increasing range of vocabularyESOL Rt/E1.1b Obtain information from textsESOL: Reading word focus - vocabulary, word recognition, phonics (Rw)ESOL Rw/E3.1a Recognise and understand relevant specialist key wordsESOL Rw/E3.5a Use variety of reading strategies to read/understand unfamiliar wordsESOL Speak clearly & with appropriate registerESOL: Follow/participate in exchanges or discussionsESOL Ww/E3.1a Apply spelling knowledge to a wide range of common & special-interest wordsESOL Rw/E3.3a Use a dictionary to find the meaning of unfamiliar wordsESOL Rt/E2.1a Use a range of strategies to trace & understand main eventsESOL Ww/E1.1c Develop strategies to aid spellingESOL Rw/L1.1a Use reference material to find the meaning of unfamiliar wordsESOL Rt/L1.2a Know how language and other textual features are used to achieve different purposesESOL Rt/E3.1a Understand how meaning is built up in a variety texts of more than one paragraphESOL Trace and understand main events of a textESOL Ww/L1.1a Apply knowledge about vocabulary to aid accurate spellingESOL Ww/E2.1b Use knowledge of sound–symbol relationships & phonological patterns when spellingESOL Sc/E1.3b Ask for informationESOL Ww/E1.2a Form the letters of the alphabet using upper and lower caseESOL Speak to communicate (Sc)ESOL Writing: word focus - spelling and handwriting (Ww)ESOL Rt/E3.4a Extract the main points and ideas, and predict words from context.ESOL Rt/L2.2a Identify the purposes of a wide range of texts, whether inferred or explicitly statedESOL Ws/L1.1a Write using complex sentencesESOL Ws/E3.2a Use basic sentence grammar accuratelyESOL Ws/E2.2a Use adjectivesESOL Rs/E2.1b Use knowledge of simple and compound sentence structure to work out meaningESOL Sc/E1.4d Make statements of fact clearlyESOL Ww/E2.1a Spell correctly majority of personal details & familiar common wordsESOL Rw/E2.1a Recognise words on forms related to personal informationESOL Sc/E1.3a  Ask for personal detailsESOL Lr/E1.4b Recognise different question wordsESOL Rw/E1.3b Recognise digitsESOL Ws/E3.1a Write using complex sentencesESOL Rs/L1.1a Use implicit & explicit grammatical knowledge to predict meaning & check for senseESOL Rs/E3.1b Use knowledge of syntax and grammar to work out meaningESOL Rs/L1.2a Use punctuation to help understandingESOL Ws/E2.1a Construct simple and compound sentencesESOL Wt/E1.1a Compose very simple text to communicate ideas or basic informationESOL Rw/L2.2a Use reference material to find the meanings of unfamiliar wordsESOL Rt/L1.1a Understand how meaning is built up in paragraphed textsESOL Rt/E3.2a Distinguish between different purposes of texts at this levelESOL Sc/E1.4b Give personal informationESOL Ws/L2.4a Use a range of punctuation to achieve clarity in simple and complex sentencesESOL Rt/E3.7a Scan different parts of texts to locate informationESOL Rw/E2.5a Sequence words using basic alphabetical ordering skillsESOL Sc/E1.1b Articulate the sounds of English to be comprehensible to a sympathetic native speakerESOL Writing (W)ESOL Sd/L2.2c Express views, opinions, feelings, wishesESOL Sd/L1.2a Express views and opinionsESOL Rw/L2.1a Read and understand technical vocabularyESOL Rt/L2.1a Identify different ways meaning is built up in a range of texts of varying genresESOL Lr/L2.1a Extract information from extended texts in a non-face-to-face context, e.g. radioESOL Lr/L1.1a Extract information from texts of varying genre, e.g. radio, TVESOL Rw/E3.4a Alphabetical order 1st & 2nd place lettersESOL Sc/E2.3f Give a short descriptionESOL Lr/E2.2a Listen for detailESOL Sc/E2.3a Express statements of factESOL Sc/E2.2a make requests: ask for things or actionESOL Sd/E1.1a Take part in social interactionESOL Sc/E1.2a Make requests: ask for things or actionESOL Lr/E1.5c Take part in more formal exchangesESOL Lr/E1.4a Listen and respond to requests for personal informationESOL Lr/E1.2b Listen for detail & respond, in a face-to-face situationESOL Sd/E3.1b Take part in more formal interactionESOL Sd/E3.1a Take part in social interactionESOL Wt/E3.3a Show sequence through the use of discourse markers and conjunctionsESOL Rw/L1.2a Recognise & understand vocabulary associated with different types of text, using appropriate strategies to work out meaningESOL Rt/L2.4a Understand and identify how written arguments are structuredESOL Rt/E3.5a Locate organisational features, such as contents, index, menusESOL Ww/L1.1b Use strategies to aid accurate spellingESOL Sd/E3.1d Express views and opinionsESOL Ww/E3.1b Apply knowledge of strategies to aid with spellingESOL Ws/L2.1a Use a range of sentence structure which is fit for purposeESOL Rs/L2.1a Use implicit & explicit grammatical knowledge to help follow meaning and purpose of different textsESOL Rt/L1.5a Use skimming, scanning and detailed reading in different ways for different purposesESOL Lr/E3.2a Listen for detail in narratives & explanationsESOL Rt/E3.8a Read every word to obtain specific informationESOL Sc/E3.3b Ask questions to obtain personal or factual informationESOL Rs/E3.2a Recognise function of CLs, full stops, commas, question- exclamation- and speech marks, bullet points /numberingESOL Sc/E3.4a Express clearly statements of fact ESOL Sc/E3.4f Give a short description and make comparisonsESOL Sc/E2.3d Give an explanationESOL Ws/L1.2aESOL Ws/L2.2aESOL Wt/E2.1b Record information on formsESOL Rt/E2.2a Understand & identify the different purposes of short, straightforward textsESOL Sd/E2.1e Relate to other speakersESOL Ws/E2.3a Use correct punctuation, e.g. capital letters, full stops, question marksESOL Sd/E2.1c Express likes and dislikes, feelings, wishes and hopesESOL Sd/E2.1b Take part in more formal interactionESOL Sd/E2.1a Take part in social interactionESOL Sd/E1.1c Express likes, dislikes, feelings, etcESOL Sd/E1.1b Take part in more formal interactionESOL Reading: sentence focus - grammar, punctuation (Rs)ESOL Speaking (S)ESOL Ws/E3.3a Use punctuation to aid clarity in relation to beginnings and ends of sentencesESOL Sd/E3.1f Make arrangements or plans with other peopleESOL Sd/E3.1c Express feelings, likes and dislikesESOL Sc/L2.5a Present information & ideas in a logical sequence and provide further detail and development to clarify or confirm understandingESOL Sc/L2.4a Express statements of factESOL Sc/L1.4a Present information and ideas in a logical sequenceESOL Sc/L1.3a Express statements of factESOL Sc/L1.2a Make requestsESOL Wt/L1.4a Choose language suitable for genre, purpose and audienceESOL Wt/L1.3a Structure texts sequentially and coherently according to genreESOL Wt/L1.1a Apply genre-specific planning strategies as appropriateESOL Wt/E3.1a Recognise the process of planning and draftingESOL Rt/L2.3a Identify the main points and specific detail in different types of text of varying lengths & detailESOL Rt/L1.3a Understand how main points and specific detail are presented and linkedESOL Rt/E3.6a Skim read key textual features (title, heading and illustrations) for different purposesESOL Sc/L2.3b Ask for informationESOL Sc/L1.2b Ask for informationESOL Lr/L2.3a Respond to detailed or extended questions on a range of topicsESOL Lr/L1.5a Respond to questions on a range of topicsESOL Lr/L1.2e Listen for phonological detailESOL Lr/L1.2d Listen for grammatical detailESOL Lr/L1.2a Listen to explanation or narrativeESOL Give statements, accounts, explanations & instructionsESOL Sd/E3.1g Relate to other speakersESOL Rt/L2.7a Use different reading strategies to find and obtain information, e.g. skimming, scanning, detailed readingESOL Lr/E3.2d Listen for grammatical detailESOL Sc/E3.2a Use formal language and register when appropriateESOL Sc/E3.4c Give an account/narrate events in the pastESOL Sc/E3.4d Give an explanationESOL Ws/L1.3a Use punctuation to aid clarity and meaningESOL Lr/E3.2b Listen for detail face to face or on the phoneESOL Wt/E2.1a Compose simple text, selecting appropriate format for the genre and purposeESOL Lr/E2.5b Respond to requests for informationESOL Lr/E2.3a Extract the main points when listening to presentationsESOL Ws/E2.4a Use a capital letter for proper nounsESOL Sc/E2.3b Give personal informationESOL Rs/E2.1a Use grammatical structures that link clauses and help identify sequenceESOL Sc/E2.2c Ask for personal detailsESOL Rt/E2.1b Use reading strategies to obtain information from textsESOL Lr/E2.3c Listen for a specific purposeESOL Sd/E2.1d Express views and opinionsESOL Sc/E2.1b Articulate the sounds of English to make meaning understoodESOL Ws/E1.3a Use basic punctuation to write about oneself using "I"ESOL Sc/E1.3dc  Ask for clarificationESOL Sc/E1.1a Use stress & intonation to make speech comprehensibleESOL Lr/E1.5a Recognise a speaker's feeling and attitudeESOL Lr/E1.2e Listen & extract key informationAdult ESOL CurriculumESOL Sd/L2.4a Support opinions and arguments with evidenceESOL Sd/L1.3a Involve other people in a discussionESOL Sd/L1.1c Express likes, dislikes, feelings, hopes, etc.ESOL Sd/E3.2a Ask about people's feelings and opinionESOL Sd/E3.1e Make suggestions, give adviceESOL Sc/L2.4b Give factual accounts ESOL Sc/L2.3a Make requestsESOL Sc/L2.2a Respond to criticism & criticise constructivelyESOL Sc/L2.1c Use formal language and register where appropriateESOL Sc/L1.3e Describe and compareESOL Sc/L1.3b Give factual accountsESOL Wt/L2.3a Use different types of paragraph structure and linguistic features to aid sequencing and coherenceESOL Wt/L2.5aESOL Wt/L1.5a Select format and appropriate structure for different purposes and genresESOL Wt/L1.2a Select how much to write and the level of detail to includeESOL Wt/L1.1b Make notes to aid planningESOL Wt/E3.2aESOL Rw/E3.2a Read & understand words / phrases commonly used on formsESOL Rt/E3.3a Identify the key organisational features of instructional textsESOL Lr/L2.4a Follow and participate in a discussion or conversationESOL Lr/L2.2e Listen for phonological detailESOL Lr/L2.2d Listen for grammatical detailESOL Lr/L2.2a Listen to a narrative or conversationESOL Lr/L1.1b extract relevant information from a narrative or explanation face-to-face or on the telephone, and respondESOL Rt/L2.5a Read critically to evaluate and compare information, ideas and opinions from different sourcesESOL Make requests, ask questions, respondESOL: Understand instructions, explanations & narrativesESOL Wt/L2.1aESOL Rs/L2.2a Use wide range of punctuation to help interpret meaning and purposeESOL Rt/L2.8a Summarise information from longer documentsESOL Rt/L2.6a Use organisational features and systems to locate texts and informationESOL Lr/E3.2e Listen for phonological detailESOL Sc/E3.4e Give directions and instructionsESOL Lr/L1.6b Follow a discussion without participating e.g. on TVESOL Rt/L1.5b Use reference material to find informationESOL Rt/E3.9a Relate an image to print and use it to obtain meaningESOL Ww/E2.2a Produce legible textESOL Lr/E3.5b Respond to requests for informationESOL Lr/E3.4a Clarify and confirm understanding through verbal and non-verbal meansESOL Lr/E3.2c Listen for detailed instructionsESOL Sc/E3.3d Ask for descriptions of people, places & thingsESOL Sc/E1.4c Give directions and instructionsESOL Lr/E2.2d Listen for phonological detailESOL Rw/E2.4a Use simplified dictionary to find word meaningsESOL Rs/E2.1d Use punctuation and capitalisation to aid understandingESOL Rs/E2.1c Use sentence context to decode unknown wordsESOL Sc/E2.2d Ask for factual information (present, past, future)ESOL Rt/E2.4a Obtain information from illustrations, maps, diagrams and captionsESOL Ws/E1.2a Use basic punctuation to show where sentences begin and endESOL Rt/E1.2a Recognise that the way a text looks can help predict its purposeESOL Sc/E1.3c Ask for directions and locationESOL Sc/E1.2b Make requests: ask permissionESOL Lr/E1.5b Take part in social conversationESOL Lr/E1.3b Follow directionsESOL Lr/E1.2d Listen for phonological detailESOL Lr/E1.2c Listen for grammatical detailESOL Lr/E1.2a Listen for detailESOL Ww/E1.2b Form digitsESOL Lr/E1.1d Listen for gist & respond