Functional English - writingFunctional English readingGeneral literacy / EnglishAL Ww/L1.1 Spell & use spelling strategiesAL Ww/L2.1 Spell technical wordsAL Rw/E1.1 Have limited, meaningful sight vocabulary of words, signs, symbolsFunctional Skills EnglishAdult Literacy: writing composition (Wt)Adult literacy: reading comprehension (Rt)FE L1.12 Recognise that language & other textual features can be varied to suit different audiences & purposesAL Rt/E2.1 Follow main points of short textsFE L2.14 Understand how textual features/devices can shape meaning for different audiences/purposesFE L1.24 Use format, structure & language appropriate for audience & purposeAL Rt/E3.1 Understand longer textsAL Rw/E1.2 Decode simple, regular wordsFunctional English - speaking, listening & communicatingFE L1.17 Read & understand a range of specialist words in contextAL Rt/L1.1 Understand continuous textsFE L1.9 Identify & understand the main points, ideas & detailsFE L1.13 Use reference materials & appropriate strategies for a range of purposes, inc. to find word meaningsFE L1.18 Use knowledge of punctuation to aid understanding of textsAL Ww/E3.1 Spell common wordsFE L1.14 Understand organisational / structural features use to locate relevant informationFE L2.27 Use language & register (e.g. persuasive techniques, supporting evidence, specialist words) to suit audience & purposeHomophones, homographs & confusablesRw/L1.3AL Rw/L2.3 Vocabulary (language features, synonyms, formality)AL Ww/E3.2 Use phonic knowledge to help spellingAL Wt/E3.1 Plan & draft writingAL Rw/E2.2 Recognise high frequency words & words with common spelling patternsAL Ws/L2.4 Use apostrophes & inverted commasFE E3.9 Identify, understand & extract main points & ideas in/from textsWw/E1.3AL Rt/E1.1 Read short familiar textsWw/E2.2Rw/E3.4Rs/E1.1 Read and recognise simple sentence structuresAdult Literacy: Reading at word level (phonics & vocabulary)FE L2.16 Understand organisational features & use to locate relevant information in a range of sourcesFE L2.15 Use a range of reference materials & resources (e.g. glossaries, legends/keys) for different purposesFE L2.11 Identify when main points are sufficient & when specific details are importantRw/E3.5FS Eng L1.4 Communicate information / ideas / opinions clearly & accurately on range of topicsAdult Lit Wt/L1.1 Plan and draft writingAdult Literacy Rs/E3.2 Use implicit & explicit knowledge of word types/order to help with decoding/predicting meaningAdult Literacy: ReadingFE E3.11 Use strategies to find meaning of words e.g. dictionary, context, word typesFictionWw/E1.1FS Eng L2.5 Communicate information/ideas/opinions clearly/effectively with further detail/development if requiredFE E3.12 Understand organisational features & use them to locate relevant informationAdult Lit Wt/L1.4 Use language suitable for purpose and audienceWw/E2.1Rt/L1.2FE E3.10 Identify different purposes of straightforward textsAdult Lit Ws/E2.2 Use AdjectivesAdult Literacy Rs/L1.1 Use implicit and explicit grammatical knowledgeRs/L1.2Rt/L2.1 Trace and understand the main events of continuous descriptive, explanatory and persuasive textsFE L1.6 Follow / understand discussions & make contributions relevant to situation & subjectFE L2.19 Identify different styles of writing & writer’s voiceFE L1.16 Recognise vocabulary typically associated with specific types and purposes of texts (e.g. formal, informal, instructional, descriptive, explanatory and persuasive)FE L2.24 Write text of appropriate level of detail & length to meet needs of purpose & audienceFE L1.23 Write text of appropriate level of detail & length to meet needs of purpose & audienceForm fillingFE L1.22 Communicate information, ideas & opinions clearly, coherently & accuratelyRw/L2.1FE L1.11 Identify meanings in texts & distinguish between fact & opinionFE E2.8 Understand the main points in textsFE L2.25 Organise writing for different purposes using appropriate format & structure e.g. standard templates, paragraphs, bullet points, tablesFE L2.23 Communicate information, ideas and opinions clearly, coherently and effectivelyGCSE English Reading AO2 Explain & analyse language & structureWs/E3.1Rw/L1.2Rt/E3.7Adult Literacy: WritingFE L2.17 Analyse texts, of different levels of complexity, recognising their use of vocabulary and identifying levels of formality and biasPoetryAdult Lit Wt/L1.3 Present information in a logical sequence, using paragraphs where appropriateWt/E2.1Rw/E2.4Rw/E2.1Rt/E3.2FE L2.18 Follow an argument, identifying different points of view & distinguishing fact from opinionWs/E3.4Wt/L1.6AL Rw/E1.3Rt/L1.3Rt/L2.2 Identify the purpose of a text and infer meaning which is not explicitFE L1.15 Infer from images meanings not explicit in the accompanying textFE E1.8 Read correctly words designated for Entry Level 1FE E2.7 Read correctly words designated for Entry Level 2FE E3.17 Spell correctly words designated for Entry Level 3FE E2.15 Use 1st & 2nd letters to sequence words alphabeticallyWs/L1.3Ws/E2.4Ws/E2.1Adult Lit Wt/L2.5 Use formal & informal language appropriate to purpose & audienceWt/L2.1FS Eng L1.5 Express opinions and arguments and support them with evidenceFE SL&C DiscussionFE Writing compositionPrefixes, suffixes & pluralsWt/E3.4Rw/E3.3FE E1.9 Read simple sentences containing one clauseAdult Literacy Rs/E3.1 Recognise & understand the organisational features & typical language of instructional textsRs/E2.2 Use sentence structure to decipher and predict meaningRt/E3.8Adult Literacy: Engage in DiscussionWs/E3.2Wt/E3.2Rw/L2.2AL Recognise and understand a range of wordsFE E1.10 Understand a short piece of text on a simple subjectFE L1.25 Write consistently & accurately in complex sentences, using paragraphs where appropriateFE E2.14 Form regular pluralsFE L1.21 Spell words used most often in work, study and daily life, including specialist wordsFE L2.20 Punctuate writing correctly using a wide range of punctuation markers e.g. colons, commas, inverted commas, apostrophes, quotation marksGCSE Reading AO1a Identify/interpret explicit & implicit information & ideasApostrophesWs/E2.3Wt/L2.7Wt/L2.6FS Eng L2.6 Express opinions and arguments and support them with relevant and persuasive evidenceFE L2.12 Compare information, ideas & opinions in different texts, inc. how they are conveyedFE L1.19 Use a range of punctuation correctly (e.g. full stops, question marks, exclamation marks, commas, possessive apostrophes)Rw/L1.1Rt/E3.4FE L1.1 Identify relevant information & lines of argument in explanations & presentationsFE L2.13 Identify implicit & inferred meaning in textsFE E2.12 Use illustrations, images & captions to locate informationFE READING and understanding wordsAL Ww/E1.2Adult Lit Ws/L1.1 Write in complete sentencesAdult Lit Wt/L2.3 Present information and ideas in a logical or persuasive sequence, using paragraphs where appropriateAdult Lit Wt/L1.5 Use format and structure for different purposesRs/E3.3Rt/L2.4 Read an argument and identify the points of viewRt/L2.3 Identify the main points and specific detailAdult Literacy: Speaking & ListeningFE E1.15 Spell correctly words designated for Entry Level 1FE E1.12 Use capital letter for pronoun ‘I’ and proper nounsFS English E2.20 Use adjectives and simple linking wordsFE E2.19 Write in compound sentences, using common conjunctions to connect clausesRt/L1.5FE L2.2 Follow narratives & lines of argumentFE L2.1 Identify relevant information from extended explanations or presentationsFE L1.10 Compare information, ideas & opinions in different textsFE E2.16 Spell correctly words designated for Entry Level 2FE E1.11 Punctuate simple sentences with capital letter & full stopGCSE Writing AO5(a) Use tone, style and register for different forms, purposes & audiencesFE L2.28 Construct complex sentences consistently & accurately, using paragraphs where appropriateFE 1.16 Communicate information in words, phrases & simple sentencesAL Apply strategies to spell correctlyWs/E1.1Wt/E1.1Adult Lit Rs/L2.2 Use punctuation to help interpret the meaning and purpose of textsRt/E3.3FE E3.8 Read correctly words designated for Entry Level 3FE E2.11 Read & understand sentences with more than one clauseFE E2.10 Use effective strategies to find words meanings & check spelling e.g. simple dictionary, spell-checkerFE E2.13 Use basic punctuation correctly (e.g. full stops, question, exclamation marks)FE 1.14 Write letters of alphabet in sequence & in upper / lower caseFE E3.14 Form irregular pluralsGCSE Reading AO1b Select & synthesise evidence from different textsGCSE Reading AO3 Compare writers’ ideas & perspectives across 2 or more textsWord originsWs/L1.2Rt/L2.7 Use different reading strategies to find and obtain information, e.g. skimming, scanning, detailed readingRt/E1.2FE L1.3 Respond effectively to detailed questionsFE L2.8 Make relevant and constructive contributions to move discussion forwardFE E3.16 Use 1st, 2nd & 3rd letters to sequence words alphabeticallyFE E3.13 Use a range of punctuation correctly (e.g. full stops, question marks, exclamation marks, commas)FE E2.17 Communicate information using words & phrases appropriate to audience & purposeWt/E3.3Rt/L2.8Rt/L1.4SLc/E3.3Adult Literacy: Reading - sentence focus (punctuation & grammar)FE E2.9 Understand organisational markers in short, straightforward textsFE E1.13 Use lower-case letters when there is no reason to use capital lettersFE L2.22 Spell words used in work, study & daily life, including a range of specialist wordsGCSE Writing AO5(b) Organise information using structural and grammatical featuresGCSE Writing AO6 Vocabulary, sentence structure, spelling, punctuationFE E3.21 Use compound sentences & paragraphs where appropriateFE E3.20 Use appropriate format & structure inc. appropriate use of headings & bullet pointsFE WRITING Spelling, punctuation and grammar (SPaG)Ws/E1.2Rs/E2.4Rt/L2.5 Read critically to evaluate information and compare information, ideas and opinions from different sourcesRt/E3.5Rt/E2.2AL SLc/E1.3Adult Literacy: writing - punctuation & grammar (Ws)Adult Lit Ws/L2.1 Construct complex sentencesApply grammarAdult Lit Wt/L1.2 Judge how much to write and the level of detail to includePlan, compose and draftRw/E2.3Rw/E3.2Rw/E3.1Rs/E2.3 check plausible meanings of sentences when decoding unfamiliar wordsRs/L2.1 Use implicit and explicit grammatical knowledgeAlphabetical orderTL - Synthesise informationFE E1.4 Make requests & ask straightforward questions using appropriate terms & registersFE E1.1 Say the names of the letters of the alphabetGCSE AO4 Evaluate texts critically & support with textual referencesWs/E1.3Ws/L2.2Rt/E3.6Rt/E2.3Rt/E3.9SLd/L1.1SLd/E3.2SLlr/E3.2FE E3.1 Identify & extract relevant information & detail in straightforward explanationsFE E2.5 Clearly express straightforward information & communicate feelings / opinionsFE E2.3 Respond appropriately to straightforward questionsFE E1.6 Make clear statements, communicate feelings & opinions on straightforward topicsFE E1.5 Respond to questions about specific informationFE E3.6 Make relevant contributions to group discussions about straightforward topicsFE E3.19 Write text of appropriate length & level of detailFE E3.18 Communicate information, ideas & opinions clearly & in logical sequence e.g. chronologically, by taskFE E2.18 Complete a form asking for personal information (e.g. first name, surname, address, postcode, age, date of birth)SyllablesRs/E2.1Rt/L2.6 Use organisational features and systems to locate texts and informationUse knowledge of grammarSLd/E3.1SLd/E2.2SLc/E3.1SLc/E2.3SLc/E2.2SLlr/L1.2SLlr/E2.2SLlr/E1.3FE L2.3 Respond effectively to detailed or extended questions & feedbackFE E3.3 Communicate information & opinions clearly on a range of topicsFE E2.1 Identify & extract main information & detail from short explanationsFE E1.7 Understand & participate in simple discussions or exchanges with another person about a straightforward topicFE E2.6 Make appropriate contributions to simple group discussions with others about a straightforward topicFE READING main points & detailFE READING understanding and locating informationFE WRITING Clarity, cohesion, length and detailFE WRITING Use format, structure & language (to meet purpose & audience)FE WRITING SpellingWs/E3.3Wt/L2.4Wt/L2.2SLc/L1.2SLlr/E2.3TL - Create texts for different purposes and audiencesFS Eng L2.7 Use language that is effective, accurate and appropriate to context and situationFE E2.2 Make requests & ask clear questions appropriately in different contextsFE E1.2 Identify & extract the main information from short statements & explanationsFE E3.5 Follow & understand the main points of discussionsFE E3.7 Listen to & respond appropriately to other points of view, respecting conventions of turn-takingFE L1.7 Use appropriate phrases / registers & adapt contributions to take account of audience / purpose / mediumFE L1.8 Respect turn-taking rights of others during discussions, using appropriate language for interjectionFE L2.10 Interject & redirect discussion using appropriate language & registerFE SL&C Active listeningFE READING analyse textsFE E3.15 Use mostly correct grammar e.g. subject-verb agreement, consistent use of tense, definite & indefinite articlesGCSE English Spoken Language AO7 Formal presentation skillsFE L2.26 Convey clear meaning & establish cohesion using organisational markers effectivelyFE E3.22 Use language appropriate for purpose & audienceApply punctuation and capitalisationProofreadAL Rt/E2.4 Use illustrations and captions to locate informationSLd/L2.1Adult Lit SLc/L2.3 Express clearly statements of fact, explanations, instructions, accounts & descriptions, using appropriate structure, style & vocabularyAdult Lit SLc/L2.4 Present information and ideas in a logical sequence and provide further detail and development to clarify or confirm understandingUse reference sourcesUse knowledge of punctuation and capitalisationFollow and understandSLc/L2.1SLc/L1.1SLc/E3.4SLlr/E1.6SLlr/L2.2SLlr/E1.2SLlr/E3.4FE E2.4 Follow the gist of discussionsT Levels - General English Competencies (GEC)FE L1.2 Make requests & ask relevant questions to obtain specific informationFE E3.2 Make requests & ask concise questions using appropriate language in different contextsFE SL&C SpeakingFE L2.9 Adapt contributions to discussions to suit audience, purpose & mediumFE WRITING Sentence structure and paragraphsFE WRITING GrammarGCSE English Spoken Language AO9 Use standard EnglishGCSE English Spoken language AO8 Listen and respondFE L1.20 Use correct grammar e.g. subject-verb agreement, consistent use of different tenses, definite & indefinite articlesWw/E2.3Ws/L2.3Use language style and purposeOrganise and present text structureAdult Lit SLd/L2.4 Support opinions and arguments with evidenceSLd/E3.3SLc/E1.4Use reading strategiesIdentify main points and detailSLc/L1.4 Present information and ideas in a logical sequence, and include detail and develop ideas where appropriateSLc/L1.3SLc/E3.2SLc/E2.1SLc/L2.2SLc/E2.4Present informationSLlr/L2.4SLlr/L1.6SLlr/E3.6SLlr/E3.5SLlr/E2.4AL SLlr/E1.4SLlr/E1.1SLlr/L1.4SLlr/L1.3TL - Take part in / Lead discussionsTL - Convey technical information to different audiencesFE L2.4 Make requests & ask detailed & pertinent questions to obtain specific information in a range of contextsFE E3.4 Respond appropriately to questions on a range of straightforward topicsFE E1.3 Follow single-step instructions, asking for them to be repeated if necessaryFE SL&C Communicate information, ideas & opinionsFE SL&C Make requests & ask questionsFE L2.21 Use correct grammar (subject-verb agreement, consistent use of a verb tenses, definite & indefinite articles) & modality devicesAdult literacy curriculumWw/L1.2Ww/E3.3Ww/E1.4SLd/L2.5SLd/L1.2DecodeRecognise purposeSLd/E1.1Use appropriate language and strategiesSLc/E1.2Speak clearly and appropriatelySLlr/L2.3SLlr/E1.5SLlr/L2.1SLlr/E3.1Listen for detailListen for gist