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澳门六合彩资料 (澳门六合彩资料) has a wide range of CPD courses and resources to support maths and English delivery.

Our offer has been carefully designed to provide solutions to concerns around progress in post-16 maths and English attainment and to develop subject specific skills.  

  • Webinars
    online free of charge
  • National Network Meetings
    online free of charge
  • Level 5 maths GCSE and Functional skills
    20 hour courses, online 2 hours x 10 weeks (also available in-house) 鈥 拢450 per person
  • A range of modules that can be packaged for delivery in-house (online or face to face) to meet organisational needs
    • GCSE
    • Functional Skills
    • Assessment
    • Motivation and engagement
    • Supporting English and maths in vocational classes.

These can be packaged and delivered in-house and tailored to meet the needs of the organisation, either online or face-to-face.

For an in-house group booking, discounts are available for packages of modules 鈥 contact us for details.

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English, ESOL and maths resource library

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“Teaching article – Supporting ESOL learners in FS and GCSE English classes – ten top tips “Functional Skills (FS) and GCSE English classes, you can find very mixed groups of learners. How can you differentiate effectively in this challenging situation?esolzip-folder
‘New to ESOL’ Phonics Pack Section 1 – Sara lives in LondonPhonics focus: One sound to one letter, e.g. consonants / l / / m / / f / / v / / t /. One sound to two letters, e.g. 鈥榯h鈥 / 胃 / with, three., , esollesson-plan phonics word-doc
3 out of 5 Challenge cardsA new approach that encourages people to develop their maths skills outside the maths classroom – such as in the gym, garden, library or in non-maths education., , , , english maths offender-learningactivity-cards pdf word-doc
A Strategic Guide for the delivery of GCSE English and maths to the 16-19 cohortThis Strategic Guide will help education providers to implement a strategic approach to delivering GCSE English and maths across their organisation., english mathsword-doc
Adult ESOL Core CurriculumA zip file with all Entry 1 to Level 2 plus Introduction and Glossary.esolzip-folder
Adult ESOL Core Curriculum – interactive versionClick on the Zip Folder link to be directed to the National Archives website for this interactive resource.esolzip-folder
Advanced Practitioner Case Study – English and Maths, South Devon College and Bridgwater & Taunton CollegeThe project delivery team aimed to agree the focus and timescales of the work., english mathspdf
Appendix 1 100 People Stat Bank鈥業f Britain were 100 People鈥︹ Stat Bank. Maths resources from Entry level to Level 3 and also a guide to support staff in developing their own resources. These were developed by Grimsby institute with 澳门六合彩资料 funding in 2020.mathsword-doc
Communication Starters and Enders cards澳门六合彩资料 has produced a set of cards containing short activities that can be used at the start or end of prison workshops, training or education sessions to help learners develop their confidence and abilities …, , , , english maths offender-learningactivity-cards pdf toolkit
Construction & the built environment: vocational maths guideThis guide focuses on construction and the built environment.mathspdf
Construction & the built environment: vocational maths guideThis guide is aimed at practitioners from a wide range of providers, including FE colleges, independent learning providers and those working in the Secure Estate, who support post-16 vocational learners to develop their maths skills., , , english maths offender-learningguide pdf
Construction & the built environment: vocational maths guideThis guide is one of a series aimed at practitioners from a wide range of providers, including FE colleges, independent learning providers and those working in the Secure Estate, who support post-16 vocational learners to develop their maths …mathspdf
Continuing Professional Development – An introduction to teaching ESOL one-to-oneContinuing Professional Development – An introduction to teaching ESOL one-to-one.esolzip-folder
Continuing Professional Development – Going forward: continuing professional development for ESOL teachers in the UK (British Council)This handbook provides information and guidance on promoting a culture and system of continuing professional development for ESOL.esolzip-folder
Continuing Professional Development – Language experienceContinuing Professional Development – Language experienceesolzip-folder
Continuing Professional Development – Let Refugees Learn: challenges and opportunities to improve language provision to refugees in England (2016)For this report, Refugee Action investigated听refugees鈥 experiences of learning the English听language through ESOL.esolzip-folder
Continuing Professional Development – Teaching mathematics to ESOL learnersContinuing Professional Development – Teaching mathematics to ESOL learners.esolzip-folder
Continuing Professional Development – CPD for managersThe handbook provides an overview of the CPD framework for teachers of ESOL.esolzip-folder
Continuing Professional Development – ESOL in a family learning contextFamily learning has always existed in its natural state where听parental figures pass on skills to their offspring.esolzip-folder
Continuing Professional Development – Language and literacy as social practiceContinuing Professional Development – Language and literacy as social practice.esolzip-folder
Continuing Professional Development – Language for life and workUnion learning representatives (ULRs) play a key role in supporting second听language speakers in the workplace.esolzip-folder
Continuing Professional Development – Teacher CPD handbookThe handbook provides information to help you develop, whether you are starting out as a new teacher, or are already highly experienced.esolzip-folder
Continuing Professional Development – Teaching beginnersContinuing Professional Development – Teaching beginnersesolzip-folder
Developing speaking and listening skills 2013This pack provides an extensive resource to develop teaching and listening skills and will support staff working with offenders for whom English is a first language., , , english maths offender-learningresources zip-folder
Effective practice guide to initial and diagnostic assessmentThis effective practice guide will help you understand the nature of initial and diagnostic assessment and invite you to think about the practice of assessing learners.esolzip-folder
Embedding English, literacy and employability in vocational courses Lambeth Adult LearningA video report exploring the effects of CPD at an adult learning centre, in association with Morley College.englishword-doc
Embedding maths and English in technical and vocational programmes Exploring Careers Through Technical Routes – Legal, Finance and Accounting – Legal SecretaryJob Roles & Progression Exploring Careers Through Technical Routes.englishpdf
Embedding maths and English in technical and vocational programmes Exploring Careers Through Technical Routes – Agriculture, Environmental and Animal Care – Environmental ConservationJob Roles & Progression Exploring Careers Through Technical Routes.englishpdf
Embedding maths and English in technical and vocational programmes Exploring Careers Through Technical Routes – Business and Administrative – Travel AgentJob Roles & Progression Exploring Careers Through Technical Routes.englishpdf
Embedding maths and English in technical and vocational programmes Exploring Careers Through Technical Routes – Catering and HospitalityJob Roles & Progression Exploring Careers Through Technical Routes.englishpdf
Embedding maths and English in technical and vocational programmes Exploring Careers Through Technical Routes – Childcare and Education – Teaching assistantJob Roles & Progression Exploring Careers Through Technical Routes.englishpdf
Embedding maths and English in technical and vocational programmes Exploring Careers Through Technical Routes – ConstructionJob Roles & Progression Exploring Careers Through Technical Routes.englishpdf
Embedding maths and English in technical and vocational programmes Exploring Careers Through Technical Routes – Creative and Design – JournalismJob Roles & Progression Exploring Careers Through Technical Routes.englishpdf
Embedding maths and English in technical and vocational programmes Exploring Careers Through Technical Routes – Digital – Web developmentJob Roles & Progression Exploring Careers Through Technical Routes.englishpdf
Embedding maths and English in technical and vocational programmes Exploring Careers Through Technical Routes – Digital Health and Science – SportJob Roles & Progression Exploring Careers Through Technical Routes.englishpdf
Embedding maths and English in technical and vocational programmes Exploring Careers Through Technical Routes – Engineering and Manufacturing – Vehicle MechanicJob Roles & Progression Exploring Careers Through Technical Routes.englishpdf
Embedding maths and English in technical and vocational programmes Exploring Careers Through Technical Routes – Protective Services – Fire serviceJob Roles & Progression Exploring Careers Through Technical Routes.englishpdf
Embedding maths and English in technical and vocational programmes Exploring Careers Through Technical Routes – Sales, Marketing and ProcurementJob Roles & Progression Exploring Careers Through Technical Routes.englishpdf
Embedding maths and English in technical and vocational programmes Exploring Careers Through Technical Routes – Social CareJob Roles & Progression Exploring Careers Through Technical Routes.englishpdf
Embedding maths and English in technical and vocational programmes Exploring Careers Through Technical Routes -Hair and Beauty – HairdressingJob Roles & Progression Exploring Careers Through Technical Routes.englishpdf
Embedding maths and English in technical and vocational programmes Exploring Careers Through Technical Routes -Transport and Logistics – HGV driverJob Roles & Progression Exploring Careers Through Technical Routes.englishpdf
English for Work – Catering – IntroductionAn introduction to the Materials for Embedded Learning, embedded learning methodologies, factors affecting learning., , esoll1 l2 zip-folder
English for Work – Catering Module 1: The Working environmentThe themes in this module support learners to read and understand important information at work., , esoll1 l2 zip-folder
English for Work – Catering Module 2: Food preparation and cookingThis module gives learners the opportunity to practise numeracy and literacy skills that they will need in the kitchen., , esoll1 l2 zip-folder
English for Work – Catering Module 3: Fast foodThis module will help learners to develop some of the skills that will underpin their work in a fast food setting., , esoll1 l2 zip-folder
English for Work – Catering Module 4: Food hygieneFood hygiene. This module covers skills required to complete the food safety and hygiene training and in particular looks at the reading and language issues., , esoll1 l2 zip-folder
English for Work – Cleaning – Introduction and curriculum coverageTo support delivery of modules 1-3., , esoll1 l2 pdf
English for Work – Cleaning Module 1The themes in this module support learners with the communication skills (reading, writing, speaking and listening) needed at work., , esoll1 l2 zip-folder
English for Work – Cleaning Module 2In this module, learners are reminded of the importance of health and safety and have opportunities to practise strategies., , esoll1 l2 zip-folder
English for Work – Cleaning Module 3In this module, learners have the opportunity to practise the measuring and reading skills needed for understanding a product label., , esoll1 l2 zip-folder
English for Work – Early years – Introduction and curriculum coverageLearning resources include integrated assignments. These are听a collection of authentic work-based source materials and a glossary of terms., , esoll1 l2 zip-folder
English for Work – Early years Module 1: Working with childrenThe themes in this module support learners to read and understand important information as well as listen to instructions., , esoll1 l2 zip-folder
English for Work – Early years Module 2: Health and safetyThe themes in this module support learners to access and follow health and safety information., , esoll1 l2 zip-folder
English for Work – Early years Module 3: Communicating early yearsIn this module, learners will have the opportunity to explore and practise a range of communication skills they will need in an Early years setting., , esoll1 l2 zip-folder
English for Work – Early years Module 4: The individual childThis module looks at reading and understanding an individual profile, gathering information to contribute to a profile., , esoll1 l2 zip-folder
English for Work – Early years Module 5: Providing a role modelIn this module learners are asked to consider awareness of how books can be used., , esoll1 l2 zip-folder
English for Work – Hairdressing – Introduction and curriculum coverageTo support delivery of modules 1-5., , esoll1 l2 zip-folder
English for Work – Hairdressing Module 1: ReceptionThis module gives learners the opportunity to develop a range of skills required for reception work., , esoll1 l2 zip-folder
English for Work – Hairdressing Module 2: Stylist and clientThe themes in this module support learners to access and follow health and safety information., , esoll1 l2 zip-folder
English for Work – Hairdressing Module 3: Using productsThis module gives learners the opportunity to develop a range of skills required for using products., , esoll1 l2 zip-folder
English for Work – Hairdressing Module 4: Working safely in the salonThe themes in this module support learners to access and follow health and safety information., , esoll1 l2 zip-folder
English for Work – Hairdressing Module 5: Giving a good impressionIn this module teachers and learners will consider ways of creating a good impression, the appraisal process., , esoll1 l2 zip-folder
English for Work – Hospitality – Introduction and curriculum coverageTo support delivery of hospitality modules 1-4. Learning resources include integrated assignments., , esoll1 l2 zip-folder
English for Work – Hospitality Module 1: The working environmentThis module support learners to read and understand important information at work, including staff handbooks, instructions, and health and safety., , esoll1 l2 zip-folder
English for Work – Hospitality Module 2: Reception, reservations and eventsThis module gives learners the opportunity to develop a range of skills required for reception, reservations and events management., , esoll1 l2 zip-folder
English for Work – Hospitality Module 3: Food and drinks servicesThe following topics are developed in this module: stock control, taking orders and bookings, giving information and advising customers., , esoll1 l2 zip-folder
English for Work – Hospitality Module 4: Food hygienThis module covers skills required to complete the food safety and hygiene training and in particular looks at the reading and language issues., , esoll1 l2 zip-folder
English for Work – offender learning – A letter to ‘Inside Time’ – Lesson planThis lesson is about letters to the ‘Inside Time’. It provides learners with language for expressing their opinion on education in prison., esollesson-plan zip-folder
English for Work – offender learning – Buying things in prisonThis teachers鈥 pack teaches the English language needed for managing money and for buying and ordering essential items while in prison.听听esolzip-folder
English for Work – offender learning – Casual conversation – Lesson planThis lesson is about language for casual everyday conversations on the wings and in association., esollesson-plan zip-folder
English for Work – offender learning – Countries I Know – Lesson planThis lesson helps learners to develop their speaking and listening skills using a context in which they are an expert., esollesson-plan zip-folder
English for Work – offender learning – CPD Energising your ESOL lessonsResearch shows that by being 鈥榓ctive鈥 and involved in the process of language learning, learners are able to retain information and knowledge more effectively.esolzip-folder
English for Work – offender learning – Developing reading skills in prison – Lesson planThis lesson is about developing learners鈥 reading ability by introducing and developing听skills through the Six Book Challenge., esollesson-plan zip-folder
English for Work – offender learning – Differentiating for learning in prisonThis听professional development听module will help you meet the challenge of teaching in this unique context.esolzip-folder
English for Work – offender learning – Embedding Equality and DiversityThis module explores broad aspects of equality and diversity as well considering in more detail the implications of the 2010 Equality Act.esolzip-folder
English for Work – offender learning – ESOL self-access workbooks for learnersOur self access workbooks are intended for learners to use independently and to reinforce learning they have done in their ESOL class., , esole1 new-to-esol zip-folder
English for Work – offender learning – Food in prisonThis teachers鈥 pack teaches the English language needed for understanding menus, becoming familiar with the kind of food available in prisons.esolzip-folder
English for Work – offender learning – HIV and AIDS / Sexual health – Lesson planThis lesson develops reading skills within the context of reading a health leaflet about HIV and 听AIDS., esollesson-plan zip-folder
English for Work – offender learning – Induction – Lesson planThis lesson is designed to help learners to understand the process of induction., esollesson-plan zip-folder
English for Work – offender learning – Legal issuesThis teachers鈥 pack teaches the English language needed for understanding the legal system, making appeals and complaining in a polite way while in prison.esolzip-folder
English for Work – offender learning – Looking for work outsideThis teachers鈥 pack听introduces the language learners will need for finding work when they are released.esolzip-folder
English for Work – offender learning – Managing your own Continuing Professional DevelopmentThis module is about developing and recording your own continuing听professional development (CPD) to help you progress as a teacher.esolzip-folder
English for Work – offender learning – Men’s health and well-being in prisonThis resource addresses men’s health in prisons.esolzip-folder
English for Work – offender learning – Men鈥檚 health in Prison – Part 2This resource addresses men’s health in prisons by helping learners to discuss difficult issues including health and hygiene, mental health and addiction.esolzip-folder
English for Work – offender learning – Personal goals in prison – Lesson planThis lesson focuses on language learners can use to talk about their plans for the future., esollesson-plan zip-folder
English for Work – offender learning – Poetry in prison – Lesson planThis lesson is about poetry in prison.听 It provides students with three authentic poems first published in Inside Time 鈥 the National Newspaper for Prisoners., esollesson-plan zip-folder
English for Work – offender learning – Positive strategies for managing negative behavioursThis module is about managing behaviour in a positive way in听ESOL classes in a prison environment and is suitable for听teachers at any stage of their career.esolzip-folder
English for Work – offender learning – PrevocationalThis resource is designed to introduce some of the language needed by ESOL learners, who would like to join a vocational course while in prison.esolzip-folder
English for Work – offender learning – Reporting faults – Lesson planThis lesson focuses on speaking about potential equipment faults in someone鈥檚 cell., esollesson-plan zip-folder
English for Work – offender learning – Using books with learners in prisons – Lesson planThis lesson includes a variety of activities to use with your ESOL learners in prison to encourage reading for pleasure., esollesson-plan zip-folder
English for Work – offender learning – Women’s health and well-being in prison – Part 2This Teachers pack addresses women’s health in prisons by helping learners to discuss related issues.esolzip-folder
English for Work – offender learning – Women’s health and wellbeing in prisonThis resource addresses women鈥檚 health in prisons by听helping learners to talk about looking after their health and feeling unwell.esolzip-folder
English for Work – offender learning – Women鈥檚 reproductive health – Lesson planThis lesson is about women鈥檚 reproductive health and addresses sensitive areas that may be culturally difficult for some learners., esollesson-plan zip-folder
English for Work – offender learning – Working and studying in prisonThis teachers鈥 pack includes speaking and listening, writing and vocabulary activities centred on the topic of jobs and studying in prison.esolzip-folder
English for Work – offender learning – Working as a catering assistant in prisonThis lesson focuses on vocabulary to describe nine typical tasks a catering assistant does.esolzip-folder
English for Work – offender learning – Working to help others in prison – Lesson planThis lesson is about support roles in prison., esollesson-plan zip-folder
English for Work – offender learning -Thinking about self-employment – Lesson PlanIntroduces learners to the idea of self-employment after release from prison as well as equipping them with some of the vocabulary they need., esollesson-plan zip-folder
English for Work – Retail – Developing your careerLevel:听ESOL Entry 3 / SQA ESOL Intermediate 1 in Scotland / A2 鈥 B2 CEFR Framework, esole3 pdf
English for Work – Retail – How to use a tillLevel:听ESOL Entry 3 / SQA ESOL Intermediate 1 in Scotland / A2 鈥 B2 CEFR Framework, esole3 zip-folder
English for Work – Retail – I can鈥檛 see a priceLevel: ESOL Entry 3 / SQA ESOL Intermediate 1 in Scotland / A2 鈥 B2 CEFR Framework., esole3 zip-folder
English for Work – Retail Skills for Life Module 2: SalesThis module deals with many different aspects of sales, including product knowledge, product labels, effective counter service, dealing with cash payments and recording customer information., , esoll1 l2 zip-folder
English for Work – Retail Skills for Life Module 3: Goods inward and storageThis module covers aspects of receiving goods and materials into storage, including checking codes and delivery sheets., , esoll1 l2 zip-folder
English for Work – Retail Skills for Life Module 4: Working effectivelyThis module looks at strategies for reading and understanding a wide range of written information., , esoll1 l2 zip-folder
English for Work – Skills for Construction Module 1 : The construction industryIn this module, learners explore some facts and figures about the construction industry. There is also some material on work processes., , esoll1 l2 zip-folder
English for Work – Skills for Construction Module 2: Health and safetyIn this module, learners focus on the importance of site safety and have opportunities to practise some strategies for reading., , esoll1 l2 pdf
English for Work – Skills for Construction Module 3: Working skills for constructionThis module focuses on metric measures and the numeracy skills involved in accurate measurement and calculation., , esoll1 l2 pdf
English for Work – Skills for Construction Module 4: Using materials and equipmentThis module explores some aspects of reading specifications and drawings to identify the methods, materials and equipment needed for a job., , esoll1 l2 zip-folder
English for Work – Skills for Construction Module 5: Working with othersIn this module, learners will practise a range of speaking and listening activities relating to general aspects of the work environment, including responding to telephone messages., , esoll1 l2 zip-folder
English for Work – Social Care Module 2: Information at workThis module focuses on strategies for reading and understanding a wide range of written information., , esoll1 l2 zip-folder
English for Work – Social Care Module 3: Communication for care planningThis module covers the following areas: understanding the care plan, gathering information to support the care planning process., , esoll1 l2 zip-folder
English for Work – Social Care Module 4: Figure it outThis module focuses on the number skills used in residential care, including: time and time management., , esoll1 l2 zip-folder
English for Work – Social Care Module 5: Develop yourself in the workplaceThis module considers the communication skills learners need to operate effectively and develop at work., , esoll1 l2 zip-folder
English for Work – Transport – Introduction and curriculum coverageTo support delivery of transport modules 1-5.听Learning resources Include听integrated assignments, source material and glossary., , esoll1 l2 zip-folder
English for Work – Transport Module 1: Customer serviceThis generic module covers aspects of customer service in the passenger transport industry., , esoll1 l2 zip-folder
English for Work – Transport module 2: The Working EnvironmentIn this module, teachers and learners will look at a variety of strategies for reading and understanding a wide range of written information., , esoll1 l2 zip-folder
English for Work – Transport Module 3: Bus servicesThis module focuses on some of the underpinning literacy and numeracy skills needed by bus drivers., , esoll1 l2 zip-folder
English for Work – Transport Module 4: Rail operationsThis module focuses on the underpinning literacy and numeracy skills needed by customer-facing employees in the rail industry., , esoll1 l2 zip-folder
English for Work – Transport Module 5: Aviation – operations on the groundThis module focuses on the underpinning literacy and numeracy skills needed by ground operations employees in the aviation industry., , esoll1 l2 zip-folder
English for Work – Working as a volunteer in a charity shop鈥榃orking as a Volunteer in a Charity Shop鈥櫶 is a resource for learners听between Entry 3 – L1/Intermediate 1 – 2.听, esole3 zip-folder
English for Work – Working as a volunteer in a charity shop (Unit 3)鈥榃orking as a Volunteer in a Charity Shop鈥櫶 is a resource for learners听between Entry 3 – L1/Intermediate 1 – 2.听 It听uses authentic sound recordings with ESOL learners., esole3 zip-folder
English for Work – Working as a volunteer in a charity shop (Unit 4)鈥榃orking as a Volunteer in a Charity Shop鈥櫶 is a resource for learners听between Entry 3 – L1/Intermediate 1 – 2., esole3 zip-folder
English for Work – Working as a volunteer in a charity shop (Unit 5)鈥榃orking as a Volunteer in a Charity Shop鈥櫶 is a resource for learners听between Entry 3 – L1/Intermediate 1 – 2.听, esole3 zip-folder
English for Work Retail Skills for Life Introduction and curriculum coverageTo support delivery of modules 1-4.听Learning resources include听assignments, a collection of authentic work-based source materials and a glossary of terms., , esoll1 l2 zip-folder
Entry 1 Introduction and Support MaterialAn overview of the 10 Entry level 1 ESOL learner materials. Included teaching strategies and curriculum coverage., esole1 zip-folder
Entry 2 Introduction and Support MaterialAn overview of the 8 Entry level 2 ESOL learner materials. Included teaching strategies and curriculum coverage., esole2 zip-folder
Entry 3 Introduction and Support MaterialAn overview of the 8 Entry level 3 ESOL learner materials. Included teaching strategies and curriculum coverage., esole2 zip-folder
ESOL Access for ALLESOL Access for All is intended to support inclusive learning for bilingual learners with learning difficulties or disabilities.esolzip-folder
ESOL Activities – A dark and stormy nightESOL Activities – A dark and stormy nightesolzip-folder
ESOL activities – Anna’s wet day outESOL activities – Anna’s wet day outesolzip-folder
ESOL activities – Chain story tellingESOL activities – Chain story tellingesolzip-folder
ESOL Activities – Controversial statementsESOL Activities – Controversial statementsesolzip-folder
ESOL Activities – Discussion wheelsESOL Activities – Discussion wheelsesolzip-folder
ESOL Activities – Doctors and patients – speaking practiceESOL Activities – Doctors and patients – speaking practiceesolzip-folder
ESOL Activities – From picture to storyESOL Activities – From picture to storyesolzip-folder
ESOL Activities – From questions to story writingESOL Activities – From questions to story writingesolzip-folder
ESOL activities – Goodbye gameESOL activities – Goodbye gameesolzip-folder
ESOL Activities – Jigsaw reading activityESOL Activities – Jigsaw reading activityesolzip-folder
ESOL Activities – Making it up: phrasal verb storiesESOL Activities – Making it up: phrasal verb storiesesolzip-folder
ESOL activities – Mingling: true or false?ESOL activities – Mingling: true or false?esolzip-folder
ESOL Activities – Role playESOL Activities – Role playesolzip-folder
ESOL activities – Same as the teacher?ESOL activities – Same as the teacher?esolzip-folder
ESOL Activities – Spot the vocabularyESOL Activities – Spot the vocabularyesolzip-folder
ESOL Activities – Stop, go back dictationESOL Activities – Stop, go back dictationesolzip-folder
ESOL Activities – Story writing – creative thinkingESOL Activities – Story writing – creative thinkingesolzip-folder
ESOL Activities – StorylinesESOL Activities – Storylinesesolzip-folder
ESOL Activities – Strange contraptionsESOL Activities – Strange contraptionsesolzip-folder
ESOL Activities – The memory gameESOL Activities – The memory gameesolzip-folder
ESOL activities – The new student role-playESOL activities – The new student role-playesolzip-folder
ESOL Activities – The soap operaESOL Activities – The soap operaesolzip-folder
ESOL Activities – The Titanic and the third conditionalThis is a way to consolidate the form of the third conditional it is best used at the end of the first lesson in which students meet the form, or at the latest the one after.esolzip-folder
ESOL Activities – To catch a thief: past simple and past continuous practice.ESOL Activities – To catch a thief: past simple and past continuous practice.esolzip-folder
ESOL Activities – Vision off – YouTube techniqueESOL Activities – Vision off – YouTube technique, esoll1 zip-folder
ESOL Activities – Why do we do that?ESOL Activities – Why do we do that?esolzip-folder
ESOL Activities – Word association and story writingESOL Activities – Word association and story writingesolzip-folder
ESOL Activities -Review writing activity: sitcomsESOL Activities -Review writing activity: sitcomsesolzip-folder
ESOL Activities -The holiday mazeESOL Activities -The holiday mazeesolzip-folder
ESOL Activities -When did you last…..?ESOL Activities -When did you last…..?esolzip-folder
ESOL Diagnostic Audio All LevelsA file with all diagnostic audio.esolzip-folder
ESOL Diagnostic Entry 1ESOL E1 Diagnostic Materials, , esole1 skills-for-life zip-folder
ESOL Diagnostic Entry 2ESOL E2 Diagnostic Material – Skills for Life., esole2 zip-folder
ESOL Diagnostic Entry 3ESOL E3 Diagnostic Materials, esole3 zip-folder
ESOL Diagnostic Level 1Diagnostic assessment – ESOL learner materials for assessing L1., esolpdf toolkit
ESOL Diagnostic Level 2ESOL L2 Diagnostic Material, esoll2 zip-folder
ESOL Diagnostic Picture Prompts All LevelsESOL picture prompt task booklet.esolzip-folder
ESOL Diagnostic Tutor Manual All LevelsESOL Diagnostic Tutor guide for All Levels, esolguide pdf
ESOL Dyslexia Support pack for embedded learningA comprehensive guide giving practical ideas and strategies for supporting dyslexic learners in all programmes of learning, including work-based and apprenticeships., esolguide pdf
ESOL Learner Materials, Entry 1 Unit 1Learners will be able to greet others and introduce themselves and ask others about themselves., esole1 zip-folder
ESOL Learner Materials, Entry 1 Unit 10Learners will be able to understand instructions, work with people, ask permission, leave a message, understand signs and symbols., esole1 zip-folder
ESOL Learner Materials, Entry 1 Unit 2Learners will be able to say what they do in their everyday life, express preferences, ask for and listen for information about people, read about other people and write about themselves., esole1 zip-folder
ESOL Learner Materials, Entry 1 Unit 3Learners will be able to listen for information, ask for information, ask for directions, give information in shops, read prices, read leaflets, write a shopping list, read and write notes., esole1 zip-folder
ESOL Learner Materials, Entry 1 Unit 4Learners will be able to ask for and give travel information, listen to travel information, buy a ticket, read a timetable, read signs in the station, read about travel arrangements and write about travel arrangements., esole1 zip-folder
ESOL Learner Materials, Entry 1 Unit 5Learners will be able give personal information about themselves, understand questions and explain when they are ill, make an appointment with the doctor and dentist., esole1 zip-folder
ESOL Learner Materials, Entry 1 Unit 6Learners will be able to talk about their neighbourhood, ask where places are, give simple directions, understand a recorded message., esole1 zip-folder
ESOL Learner Materials, Entry 1 Unit 7Learners will be able to describe where they live, ask for and give information about homes, talk about their possessions., esole1 zip-folder
ESOL Learner Materials, Entry 1 Unit 8Learners will be able to greet and invite people, chat and say goodbye, talk about other people, family and friends, order food., esole1 zip-folder
ESOL Learner Materials, Entry 1 Unit 9Learners will be able to buy clothes and other items, talk about colours and sizes, give personal information, talk about things they like and don鈥檛 like., esole1 zip-folder
ESOL Learner Materials, Entry 2 Unit 1Learners will be able to listen for information about people鈥檚 lives, listen to tone of voice for feelings, give personal information and descriptions of people and things., esole2 zip-folder
ESOL Learner Materials, Entry 2 Unit 2Learners will be able to talk about people鈥檚 lives and things they did in the past, meet and greet people, apologise and give reasons, describe people., esole2 zip-folder
ESOL Learner Materials, Entry 2 Unit 3Learners will be able to listen to travel information, ask for and give travel information, ask for things and respond, ask for and give directions., esole2 zip-folder
ESOL Learner Materials, Entry 2 Unit 4Learners will be able to listen for main points in explanations, understand discussions about education, ask for information on the phone., esole2 zip-folder
ESOL Learner Materials, Entry 2 Unit 5Learners will be able to listen for details about products, listen for main points in conversations in shops, ask about and describe products., esole2 zip-folder
ESOL Learner Materials, Entry 2 Unit 6Learners will be able to talk about things they like doing in their free time, accept and refuse invitations, ask for and get information about leisure activities., esole2 zip-folder
ESOL Learner Materials, Entry 2 Unit 7Learners will be able to ask and give information about people鈥檚 lives and jobs, talk about hopes for the future, compare places and people鈥檚 lives and jobs., esole2 zip-folder
ESOL Learner Materials, Entry 2 Unit 8Learners will be able to listen for general meaning in conversations about jobs, listen for detail in short explanations about job vacancies., esole2 zip-folder
ESOL Learner Materials, Entry 3 Unit 1Learners will be able to listen for information in a radio programme, listen for information about people鈥檚 lives., esole3 zip-folder
ESOL Learner Materials, Entry 3 Unit 2Learners will be able to, give opinions and agree and disagree, listen to the feelings and opinions of others, listen for information on the telephone., esole3 zip-folder
ESOL Learner Materials, Entry 3 Unit 3Learners will be able to listen for detail when making arrangements and appointments, listen for gist from a radio programme., esole3 zip-folder
ESOL Learner Materials, Entry 3 Unit 4Learners will be able to get travel information using the telephone, follow and understand the main points of discussions., esole3 zip-folder
ESOL Learner Materials, Entry 3 Unit 5Learners will be able to listen to and give instructions, ask for help by phone, describe problems and solutions., esole3 zip-folder
ESOL Learner Materials, Entry 3 Unit 6Learners will be able to understand and take part in discussions about education, talk about a course they would like to do., esole3 zip-folder
ESOL Learner Materials, Entry 3 Unit 7Learners will be able to listen for detail in social situations and on the phone, follow, ask for and give directions, follow and take part in discussions., esole3 zip-folder
ESOL Learner Materials, Entry 3 Unit 8Learners will be able to listen to other people talking about their jobs, listen to explanations/ instructions on the phone., esole3 zip-folder
ESOL Learner Materials, Level 1 Unit 1Learners will be able to understand and give a factual account of social trends, listen to explanations and presentations., esoll1 zip-folder
ESOL Learner Materials, Level 1 Unit 2Learners will be able to listen for information in news programmes, understand and retell a news story, analyse radio interview techniques, esoll1 zip-folder
ESOL Learner Materials, Level 1 Unit 3Learners will be able to make phone calls and listen to voicemail messages, use formal and informal language, follow and give instructions in the office., esoll1 zip-folder
ESOL Learner Materials, Level 1 Unit 4Learners will be able to listen to and discuss a radio interview about employment trends, listen to and take part in a job interview., esoll1 zip-folder
ESOL Learner Materials, Level 1 Unit 5Learners will give views and opinions about local issues, get information and advice about a problem, join a meeting to discuss and plan action., esoll1 zip-folder
ESOL Learner Materials, Level 2 Unit 1Learners will be able to listen to and take part in discussions, listen to presentations, prepare and give presentations, use texts as sources of information., esoll2 zip-folder
ESOL Learner Materials, Level 2 Unit 2Learners will be able to listen to a radio interview about a local issue, discuss environmental issues, describe processes., esoll2 zip-folder
ESOL Learner Materials, Level 2, Unit 3These materials, with a theme about working with others, develop and practise speaking, listening, reading and writing skills at Level 2. A set of 3 resources to include teacher鈥檚 notes and audio clips., esollevel-2 zip-folder
ESOL lesson plan – April Fools’ DayThis lesson gives students the opportunity to find out about what happens on April Fool鈥檚 Day, April 1st, in the UK., esollesson-plan zip-folder
ESOL lesson plan – Describing your skills at interviewThis lesson is based around employability and deals with the personal skills and qualities expected by employers.听, esollesson-plan zip-folder
ESOL lesson plan – Environmental problemsESOL lesson plan – Environmental problems, esollesson-plan zip-folder
ESOL lesson plan – Favourite British foodsESOL lesson plan – Favourite British foods, esollesson-plan zip-folder
ESOL lesson plan – Going for chipsThis lesson is based on a short video about a family who has a takeaway meal from the chip shop every Friday., esollesson-plan zip-folder
ESOL lesson plan – How green are you?ESOL lesson plan – How green are you?, esollesson-plan zip-folder
ESOL lesson plan – How new words are createdThis lesson looks at how new words are created in English., esollesson-plan zip-folder
ESOL lesson plan – Job roles and responsibilitiesThis lesson is about identifying different job titles and their associated duties., esollesson-plan zip-folder
ESOL lesson plan – Learning about WalesESOL lesson plan – Learning about Wales, esollesson-plan zip-folder
ESOL lesson plan – Listening to instructionsThis lesson is based around employability and deals with language used in common workplace instructions., esollesson-plan zip-folder
ESOL lesson plan – Making a budgetThis lesson is about understanding the purpose and practice of making a personal budget., esollesson-plan zip-folder
ESOL lesson plan – Making a good first impressionThis lesson is based around employability and deals with different factors which contribute to creating a good first impression, such as dress, punctuality and register of speech., esollesson-plan zip-folder
ESOL lesson plan – Money conversationsA good conversation lesson can often begin with the students not being sure what the topic of the day is., esollesson-plan zip-folder
ESOL lesson plan – Pet maniaThis lesson is about pets and focuses on the recent British trend of having a small dog as a fashion accessory., esollesson-plan zip-folder
ESOL lesson plan – Phoning in sickThis lesson is based around employability and deals with the language needed to phone an employer to report in sick.听, esollesson-plan zip-folder
ESOL lesson plan – Reading a payslipThis lesson is related to employability and focusses on the language and skills needed to understand a payslip.听, esollesson-plan zip-folder
ESOL lesson plan – Registering with an agencyThis lesson is related to employability and focusses on the language and skills needed to understand a website., esollesson-plan zip-folder
ESOL lesson plan – ShakespeareThis lesson looks at a very well-known Shakespeare text, Hamlet’s soliloquy, which begins ‘To be or not to be’., esollesson-plan zip-folder
ESOL lesson plan – Things that make me angryThis lesson is about annoying actions is based on a video anecdote., esollesson-plan zip-folder
ESOL lesson plan – Using a person specificationESOL lesson plan – Using a person specification, esollesson-plan zip-folder
ESOL lesson plan – Writing a CVThis lesson is about CV writing and is aimed at lower level students., esollesson-plan zip-folder
ESOL lesson plan – A birthday partyThis lesson is based on a video about a child attending a birthday party in the UK., esollesson-plan zip-folder
ESOL lesson plan – A job interviewThis lesson is based on a short video, which shows someone going for a job interview., esollesson-plan zip-folder
ESOL lesson plan – A student鈥檚 lifeThis lesson is about school or college rules. It provides learners with practice of listening, speaking and modal verbs., esollesson-plan zip-folder
ESOL lesson plan – Around our collegeThe lesson is based on the principles of the Language Experience Approach (LEA)., esollesson-plan zip-folder
ESOL lesson plan – At the department store (1)ESOL lesson plan – At the department store (1), esollesson-plan zip-folder
ESOL lesson plan – At the department store (2)ESOL lesson plan – At the department store (2), esollesson-plan zip-folder
ESOL lesson plan – Big numbersIn this lesson students revise big numbers in a fun way. First they play a guessing game, then they play Bingo! They finish with a pair work jigsaw reading activity., esollesson-plan zip-folder
ESOL lesson plan – Building relationshipsESOL lesson plan – Building relationships, esollesson-plan zip-folder
ESOL lesson plan – Car insuranceCar insurance, esollesson-plan zip-folder
ESOL lesson plan – Cycling and carbon emissionsESOL lesson plan – Cycling and carbon emissions, esollesson-plan zip-folder
ESOL lesson plan – EbooksIn this lesson, students read about the advantages and disadvantages of electronic books. They look at language for essay writing and the informal language of blog comments.听, esollesson-plan zip-folder
ESOL lesson plan – Encouraging migrationESOL lesson plan – Encouraging migration, esollesson-plan zip-folder
ESOL lesson plan – eShoppingThis lesson is about buying and selling items on online auction sites, such as eBay and eBid., esollesson-plan zip-folder
ESOL lesson plan – Five sensesThis lesson is about the five senses., esollesson-plan zip-folder
ESOL lesson plan – Getting involved in meetingsESOL lesson plan – Getting involved in meetings, esollesson-plan zip-folder
ESOL lesson plan – Getting to know youESOL lesson plan – Getting to know you, esollesson-plan zip-folder
ESOL lesson plan – Going shoppingThis lesson is about going shopping for food., esollesson-plan zip-folder
ESOL lesson plan – Healthy eatingIn this lesson, students will read and talk about balanced diets and learn how to interpret the nutritional information tables on food packaging., esollesson-plan zip-folder
ESOL lesson plan – Helping your child with mathsThis lesson is about ways to support a child develop their numeracy skills and is aimed at learners who are parents or who care for children., esollesson-plan zip-folder
ESOL lesson plan – Housing in the UKESOL lesson plan – Housing in the UK, esollesson-plan zip-folder
ESOL lesson plan – Icebreaking activityESOL lesson plan – Icebreaking activity, esollesson-plan zip-folder
ESOL lesson plan – Improve your health and fitnessThis lesson is about getting fit and healthy., esollesson-plan zip-folder
ESOL lesson plan – Improving your reading with Quick Reads booksESOL lesson plan – Improving your reading with Quick Reads books, esollesson-plan zip-folder
ESOL lesson plan – Internet safetyThis lesson provides students with the opportunity to learn about internet safety., esollesson-plan zip-folder
ESOL lesson plan – Learning to listenESOL lesson plan – Learning to listen, esollesson-plan zip-folder
ESOL lesson plan – Magic mirror storytellingThis lesson uses a simple storytelling technique (magic mirror) to give students speaking practice in a relaxed, non-threatening environment., esollesson-plan zip-folder
ESOL lesson plan – Making British biscuitsThis lesson is about making British shortbread biscuits., esollesson-plan zip-folder
ESOL lesson plan – Managing a meetingThis lesson focuses on two important aspects of managing a meeting: setting up the meeting with a series of emails, and keep the meeting under control.听, esollesson-plan zip-folder
ESOL lesson plan – MemoriesThis lesson focuses on the theme of memory, and there is work on collocation and idioms. The lesson takes an integrated approach to allow for practice in all four skills., esollesson-plan zip-folder
ESOL lesson plan – My favourite seasonThis lesson focuses on spelling and pronunciation of months and seasons in the context of favourite seasons., esollesson-plan zip-folder
ESOL lesson plan – My journey to workThis lesson is about Anne鈥檚 journey to work., esollesson-plan zip-folder
ESOL lesson plan – My neighbourhoodIn this lesson, learners watch a short video about a typical British neighbourhood., esollesson-plan zip-folder
ESOL lesson plan – NewsESOL lesson plan – News, esollesson-plan zip-folder
ESOL lesson plan – Owning a petESOL lesson plan – Owning a pet, esollesson-plan zip-folder
ESOL lesson plan – Parents’ eveningThis lesson is about school parents鈥 evening. It provides students with the chance to read about parents鈥 evening, practise vocabulary associated with meeting a child鈥檚 teacher and to form questions to ask the teachers., esollesson-plan zip-folder
ESOL lesson plan – Phrasal verbs with getThis lesson is a self-contained lesson which presents ten phrasal verbs in the context of a dialogue., esollesson-plan zip-folder
ESOL lesson plan – Plan for retirementESOL lesson plan – Plan for retirement, esollesson-plan zip-folder
ESOL lesson plan – Politics and youthESOL lesson plan – Politics and youth, esollesson-plan zip-folder
ESOL lesson plan – Prepositions on the high streetDo your students need to practise using simple prepositions to describe where places are on a typical high street?, esollesson-plan zip-folder
ESOL lesson plan – Question formsThis lesson is about the people in the room and can be use with a variety of levels., esollesson-plan zip-folder
ESOL lesson plan – Questioning and clarifyingESOL lesson plan – Questioning and clarifying, esollesson-plan zip-folder
ESOL lesson plan – Reading medicine labelsThis lesson is about reading and understanding medicine labels., esollesson-plan zip-folder
ESOL lesson plan – Reading personal informationThe main aim is to develop the students’ ability to read and understand a short text based some on information about a girl called Sharon., esollesson-plan zip-folder
ESOL lesson plan – SchooldaysThis lesson focuses on the use of the past tense of the verb ‘to be’ with common adjectives and prepositions in the context of subjects at school., esollesson-plan zip-folder
ESOL lesson plan – Six Book ChallengeThis lesson shows learners how to take part in the Six Book Challenge run by The Reading Agency., esollesson-plan zip-folder
ESOL lesson plan – Talking about jobsThe aims of this lesson are to provide practice of the vocabulary of jobs and of reading and speaking skills., esollesson-plan zip-folder
ESOL lesson plan – Talking about the futureESOL lesson plan – Talking about the future, esollesson-plan zip-folder
ESOL lesson plan – The British MuseumIn this lesson, students practise their reading skills by reading short texts based on the experiences of students who have visited the British Museum., esollesson-plan zip-folder
ESOL lesson plan – The royal familyThis lesson gives students the opportunity to find out more about the British royal family and to practise their speaking skills.听, esollesson-plan zip-folder
ESOL lesson plan – Things my child needs for schoolESOL lesson plan – Things my child needs for school, esollesson-plan zip-folder
ESOL lesson plan – Unexpected situationsThis lesson plan is all about the language learners need in the outside world when things do not go exactly according to plan! 听, esollesson-plan zip-folder
ESOL lesson plan – Urban sportIn this lesson students read about this activity, focus on informal language, then ask and answer questions about other activities in pairs., esollesson-plan zip-folder
ESOL lesson plan – Watching television: adjectivesThis lesson focuses on the use of 鈥揺d/-ing adjectives in the context of watching television., esollesson-plan zip-folder
ESOL lesson plan – Writing personal information for a job applicationThis lesson is about writing a personal statement on a job application form., esollesson-plan zip-folder
ESOL lesson plan – YesterdayIn this lesson students practise forming, asking and answering 鈥榳h鈥 questions in the past tense. They play two games and do a mingling activity., esollesson-plan zip-folder
ESOL lesson plan – Young people and televisionIn this lesson the students will look at the television viewing habits of young people in the UK and compare them to the habits of young people in their own country. 听, esollesson-plan zip-folder
ESOL lesson plan -Raising money for charityStudents will find out about charity shops and explore ways to raise money for charity., esollesson-plan zip-folder
ESOL Lesson plan- Arranging a playdateESOL Lesson plan- Arranging a playdate, esollesson-plan zip-folder
ESOL Phonics Pack: Section 5 鈥楬abiba鈥Phonics focus: One sound to one or two letters, e.g. text, phone, chat, every, programmer. One grapheme represents different phonemes; 鈥榦鈥 in brother, doctor, home. Schwa sound/letter correspondence. Syllables, e.g. com put er pro gramm er., esole1 zip-folder
ESOL Refugees Guidance for TeachersThis document provides guidance for practitioners on using the ESOL for Refugees resources and approaches to support teaching and learning., , esole1 guide pdf
ESOL Refugees Screening ToolThis screening pack contains guidance and tools to help ESOL practitioners and non-specialists to identify refugee learners at 鈥楴ew to ESOL鈥 level, who may benefit from additional early integration language support., esole1 pdf
ESOL Refugees Units 1-12 Complete set Units 1 to 12Units 1 to 12 of the ESOL for Refugees teaching and learning materials (Audio Files)., esole1 zip-folder
ESOL Refugees Units 1-12 Complete set Units 1 to 12Units 1 to 12 of the ESOL for Refugees teaching and learning materials., esole1 zip-folder
ESOL Retail Skills for Life Module 1 – Customer serviceThis module gives learners opportunities to find out more about customer service and to develop the specific communication skills required to recognise customer needs., , esoll1 l2 zip-folder
ESOL Skills for Construction – Introduction and curriculum coverageAn introduction to the Materials for Embedded Learning, embedded learning methodologies, factors affecting learning, an introduction to the Skills for construction file and curriculum coverage grids., , esoll1 l2 zip-folder
ESOL Social Care – Introduction and curriculum coverageTo support delivery of social care听modules 1-5. Learning resources Include听integrated assignments, source material and glossary., , esoll1 l2 zip-folder
ESOL Social Care Module 1 – Communicating in careIn this module learners can explore and practise a range of communication skills they will need in the care setting., , esoll1 l2 zip-folder
Exams E1 – ESOL – offender learning – Health and Safety at workThis lesson gives practice in elements of the Skills for Life ESOL exam papers. In each reading paper candidates are required to identify signs, recognise basic text types and purpose and identify capital letters., , esol offender-learninge1 zip-folder
Exams E2 – ESOL – offender learning – Travel and transportThis lesson is about travel and transport within the UK and beyond.听 It provides learners with the vocabulary required to understand exam instruction and for the subject of travel., , esol offender-learninge2 zip-folder
Exams E3 – ESOL – offender learning – Me and my homeThis lesson is about houses and running a home. It provides some language required to understand exam instructions and for the subject of 鈥榟omes鈥 in all modes., , esol offender-learninge3 zip-folder
Fundamental British Values Within MathsAs part of the statutory Prevent duty all FE and training providers are required to explore British values with their learners in the curriculum.mathsword-doc
Guidance to support teachers and providers with the delivery of Functional Skills Maths at Level 1Guidance to support teachers and providers with the delivery of Functional Skills Maths at Level 1.mathspdf
Hairdressing and Beauty Therapy: vocational maths guideThis guide focuses on the maths embedded in Hairdressing and Beauty Therapy.mathspdf
Hairdressing and beauty therapy: vocational maths guideThis guide is aimed at practitioners from a wide range of providers, including FE colleges, independent learning providers and those working in the Secure Estate, who support post-16 vocational learners to develop their maths skills., , , english maths offender-learningguide pdf
Hairdressing and Beauty Therapy: vocational maths guideThis guide is one of a series aimed at practitioners from a wide range of providers, including FE colleges, independent learning providers and those working in the Secure Estate, who support post-16 vocational learners to develop their maths …mathspdf
Health and social care: vocational maths guideThis guide is aimed at practitioners from a wide range of providers, including FE colleges, independent learning providers and those working in the Secure Estate, who support post-16 vocational learners to develop their maths skills., , , english maths offender-learningguide pdf
Hospitality and catering vocational maths guideThis guide is aimed at practitioners from a wide range of providers, including FE colleges, independent learning providers and those working in the Secure Estate, who support post-16 vocational learners to develop their maths skills., , , english maths offender-learningguide pdf
Learner鈥檚 perspectives on the use of online resources for increasing confidence in GCSE maths Stockton Riverside College PosterExamining learner鈥檚 perspectives on whether online resources increase confidence in GCSE maths.mathspdf
Learner鈥檚 perspectives on the use of online resources for increasing confidence in GCSE maths Stockton Riverside College Research SummaryExamining learner鈥檚 perspectives on whether online resources increase confidence in GCSE maths.mathsword-doc
Level 1 Introduction and Support MaterialOverview of the 5 Level 1 ESOL learner materials. Included teaching strategies and curriculum coverage., esoll1 zip-folder
Level 2 Introduction and Support MaterialAn overview of the 3 Level 2 ESOL learner materials. Included teaching strategies and curriculum coverage., esoll2 zip-folder
Maths and English in Prison Work and TrainingThis resource has been inspired by the innovative work carried out by HMP Kirklevington Grange and HMP Haverigg in their exploration of developing prisoners鈥 English and maths alongside learning vocational skills/ working practices in prison workshops and industries., , , , english maths offender-learningpdf toolkit workbook
Maths and English Levels chartThis chart provides examples of the maths and English skills needed at each level from Entry 1 to level 2., , , english maths offender-learningchart pdf
Maths Democracy and Law Entry LevelDuring an election or referendum, two types of data can be collected.mathsword-doc
Maths Democracy and Law Level 1During an election or referendum, there are two types of data that are collected.mathsword-doc
Maths Democracy and Law Level 2During an election or referendum, there are two types of data, how many register to vote, and how many voted.mathsword-doc
Maths Democracy and Law Level 3During an election or referendum, there are two types of data, how many register to vote, and how many voted.mathsword-doc
Maths Pipeline Vocational Films Supporting vocational maths in the post-16 sectorThese short clips show post-16 practitioners and learners in a range of settings engaged in active learning activities aimed at developing skills.mathspdf
Maths Respect and Liberty A4 LandscapeIf Britain was 100 people鈥 Maths resources from Entry level to Level 3 and also a guide to support staff in developing their own resources. These were developed by Grimsby institute with 澳门六合彩资料 funding in 2020.mathsword-doc
Maths Respect and Liberty A4 PortraitIf Britain was 100 People鈥 Maths resources from Entry level to Level 3 and also a guide to support staff in developing their own resources. These were developed by Grimsby institute with 澳门六合彩资料 funding in 2020.mathsword-doc
Maths Respect and Liberty EntryIf Britain was 100 People鈥 Maths resources from Entry level to Level 3 and also a guide to support staff in developing their own resources. These were developed by Grimsby institute with 澳门六合彩资料 funding in 2020.mathsword-doc
Maths Respect and Liberty Level 1If Britain was 100 People鈥 Maths resources from Entry level to Level 3 and also a guide to support staff in developing their own resources. These were developed by Grimsby institute with 澳门六合彩资料 funding in 2020.mathsword-doc
Maths Respect and Liberty Level 2If Britain was 100 People鈥 Maths resources from Entry level to Level 3 and also a guide to support staff in developing their own resources. These were developed by Grimsby institute with 澳门六合彩资料 funding in 2020.mathsword-doc
Maths Respect and Liberty Level 3Using Google Trends and Desmos, we will be looking at mathematical modelling of exponential functions surrounding issues related to Fundamental British Values.mathsword-doc
Maths Starters and Enders cards澳门六合彩资料 has produced some cards with maths activities that you can use at the start or end of prison workshops, training or education sessions., , , english maths offender-learningactivity-cards pdf
New Approaches to Assessment and Tracking in Maths and English澳门六合彩资料 (澳门六合彩资料) recognises that Assessment for Learning (AfL) is an intrinsic part of the learning process. This guide can be used as a reflection tool to develop your practice in AfL approaches., english mathspdf
New to ESOL and New to Literacy Learning ReportThe report summarises the research stage of the ‘Learners New to ESOL’ project. Review of existing research and policy as well as discussion of original practitioner research on the provision of ‘pre-Entry’ and Entry Level 1 ESOL., esolpdf report
New to ESOL Guidance Teaching and Learning Materials for Learners New to ESOLAll of the materials developed for this project are intended to support practitioners (teachers, classroom assistants, volunteers and others) working with ESOL learners who are new to ESOL and new to literacy., , esolguide new-to-esol pdf
New to ESOL learner profilesThe learner profiles are descriptions of real ESOL learners who are new to ESOL and Entry Level 1. The profiles contain samples of their writing, information about their background and details about their engagement in ESOL., esole1 zip-folder
New to ESOL Listening – Resources PackResources to use with the New to ESOL listening activities., , esole1 new-to-esol pdf
New to ESOL Listening Activities Topics 1 to 5 complete packThese listening resources have been designed for use with New to ESOL learners. Each section of the listening resources corresponds to one of the units in the New to ESOL materials., , , esole1 listening-resources new-to-esol zip-folder
New to ESOL Outcomes FrameworkThe framework is intended for commissioners, providers, practitioners and other stakeholders involved in the delivery of 鈥榩re-Entry鈥 ESOL provision, referred to here as New to ESOL., esole1 zip-folder
New to ESOL phonics pack – IntroductionPhonics is an approach to help learners recognise (read) and write or spell words that they say and hear. The materials are designed to increase ESOL teachers’ knowledge and awareness of phonics., esole1 word-doc
New to ESOL Phonics Pack: Section 2 ‘My local area’An ESOL Phonics Pack including: One sound to one letter, e.g. consonants. One sound to two letters. Long vowel sound spelt with two letters. Blending two consonants. Breaking words into syllables.听, , esole1 phonics word-doc
New to ESOL Phonics Pack: Section 3 ‘My name is Ali’The ESOL Phonics Pack includes a Phonics focus on one sound to one letter (consonants), long vowel sound (one letter), split digraphs and suffix 鈥榠ng鈥., , esole1 phonics word-doc
New to ESOL Phonics Pack: Section 4 ‘My Week’Phonics focus: One sound to one or two letters, e.g. on, in, shopping. 鈥榓y鈥 sound/spelling correspondence in days of the week, plus play. Double consonant letters, e.g. swimming, college, hairdresser. schwa sound/letter correspondence, e.g. Saturday, hairdresser, centre, supermarket., esole1 word-doc
New to ESOL picture packContains the pictures used in the teaching materials collated in a PDF. These materials are reproduced here so they can be used independently of the teaching and learning materials., esole1 pdf
New to ESOL Professional Development 10: Participatory approachesNew to ESOL Professional Development 10: Participatory approachesesolzip-folder
New to ESOL Professional Development 1: Starting pointsNew to ESOL Professional Development 1: Starting pointsesolzip-folder
New to ESOL Professional Development 2: The language experienceNew to ESOL Professional Development 2: The language experienceesolzip-folder
New to ESOL Professional Development 3: Teaching beginnersNew to ESOL Professional Development 3: Teaching beginnersesolzip-folder
New to ESOL Professional Development 4: Literacy and language practicesNew to ESOL Professional Development 4: Literacy and language practicesesolzip-folder
New to ESOL Professional Development 5: Digital literaciesNew to ESOL Professional Development 5: Digital literaciesesolzip-folder
New to ESOL Professional Development 6: focus on readingNew to ESOL Professional Development 6: focus on readingesolzip-folder
New to ESOL Professional Development 7: Focus on writingNew to ESOL Professional Development 7: Focus on writingesolzip-folder
New to ESOL Professional Development 8: Phonics for ESOL learnersNew to ESOL Professional Development 8: Phonics for ESOL learnersesolzip-folder
New to ESOL Professional Development 9: Localisation and mixed levelsNew to ESOL Professional Development 9: Localisation and mixed levelsesolzip-folder
New to ESOL Professional Development: IntroductionOverview of the trainer resources as well as introductory and plenary slides to contextualise each training event so that participants have the opportunity to influence the content of sessions., esole1 zip-folder
New to ESOL Professional Development: Useful resources and readingA list of resources that practitioners working with New to ESOL learners may find useful.esolzip-folder
New to ESOL Reading textsContains the reading texts that accompany the teaching materials and are also used with the screening package. These materials are reproduced here so they can be used independently of the teaching and learning materials., esole1 pdf
New to ESOL Screening guidanceThis screening pack has been developed primarily for non-ESOL specialists, such as volunteers working to support learners, or providers of non-educational services., , , esole1 guide new-to-esol pdf
New to ESOL Screening Interview questionsThe screening interview questions include descriptions of the type of language and literacy expected at each level, and examples of typical responses., , esole1 new-to-esol pdf
New to ESOL Screening reading and writing textsThe reading and writing tasks are to be used with the screening questions, record sheet and screening guidance., , esole1 new-to-esol pdf
New to ESOL Screening record sheetThe record sheet is designed to be used with the screening questions and guidance., , esole1 new-to-esol pdf
New to ESOL Time saving templatesNew to ESOL Time saving templates., esole1 pdf
New to ESOL Topic 1 MeEach unit contains a series of learning activities and resources to support practitioners to deliver the topic to new to ESOL learners., , esole1 new-to-esol zip-folder
New to ESOL Topic 2 My local areaEach unit contains a series of learning activities and resources to support practitioners to deliver the topic to new to ESOL learners., , esole1 new-to-esol zip-folder
New to ESOL Topic 3: Language and other skillsTopic 3 entitled ‘Language and other skills’ contains four units: My languages, My skills, Making a hot drink, Skills exhibition., esole1 zip-folder
New to ESOL Topic 4 My occupation all speakersNew to ESOL Topic 4 My occupation all speakers., , esole1 new-to-esol zip-folder
New to ESOL Topic 4 My timeEach unit contains a series of learning activities and resources to support practitioners to deliver the topic to new to ESOL learners., , esole1 new-to-esol zip-folder
New to ESOL Topic 5 What’s important to meEach unit contains a series of learning activities and resources to support practitioners to deliver the topic to new to ESOL learners., , esole1 new-to-esol zip-folder
New to ESOL Topics 1-5 complete setThe teaching materials are made up of five topics, each divided into four units. This document contains all of the materials for all five topics, which can be delivered in any order., esole1 zip-folder
New to ESOL 鈥 English My WayNew to ESOL 鈥 English My Way, , , , esole1 e2 lesson-plan new-to-esol zip-folder
New to ESOL 鈥 Reading about familyThis lesson is based on a short text which 鈥楻ana鈥 is writing about herself. Students can read the text while listening to the audio., , , , esole1 e2 lesson-plan new-to-esol zip-folder
New to ESOL 鈥 Accommodation (Audio)New to ESOL 鈥 Accommodation (Audio), , , , esole1 e2 lesson-plan new-to-esol zip-folder
New to ESOL 鈥 Accommodation (forms)New to ESOL 鈥 Accommodation (forms), , , , esole1 e2 lesson-plan new-to-esol zip-folder
New to ESOL 鈥 Accommodation Teacher’s pack part 1New to ESOL 鈥 Accommodation Teacher’s pack part 1, , , , esole1 e2 lesson-plan new-to-esol zip-folder
New to ESOL 鈥 Accommodation Teacher’s pack part 2New to ESOL 鈥 Accommodation Teacher’s pack part 2, , , , esole1 e2 lesson-plan new-to-esol zip-folder
New to ESOL 鈥 Describing a personThis lesson develops learners鈥 ability to describe a person, using the context of a lost child in a supermarket., , , , esole1 e2 lesson-plan new-to-esol zip-folder
New to ESOL 鈥 ESOL and numeracyNew to ESOL 鈥 ESOL and numeracy E2, , , , esole1 e2 lesson-plan new-to-esol zip-folder
New to ESOL 鈥 ESOL and numeracy (Audio)New to ESOL 鈥 ESOL and numeracy (Audio) E2, , , , esole1 e2 lesson-plan new-to-esol zip-folder
New to ESOL 鈥 Every dayNew to ESOL 鈥 Every day, , , , esole1 e2 lesson-plan new-to-esol zip-folder
New to ESOL 鈥 Filling in school formsThis lesson develops learners鈥 ability to understand and fill in forms, in the context of a school data collection form., , , , esole1 e2 lesson-plan new-to-esol zip-folder
New to ESOL 鈥 FoodThis lesson develops learners鈥 vocabulary of food items and focuses on words beginning with 鈥榖鈥 and 鈥榩鈥., , , , esole1 e2 lesson-plan new-to-esol zip-folder
New to ESOL 鈥 How we travelNew to ESOL 鈥 How we travel, , , , esole1 e2 lesson-plan new-to-esol zip-folder
New to ESOL 鈥 Parts of the bodyThis lesson is aimed at beginner learners who haven鈥檛 encountered this topic before, and who are possibly beginner readers and writers., , , , esole1 e2 lesson-plan new-to-esol zip-folder
New to ESOL 鈥 Question wordsNew to ESOL 鈥 Question words, , , , esole1 e2 lesson-plan new-to-esol zip-folder
New to ESOL 鈥 Reading a letter from hospitalThis lesson develops learners鈥 ability to read and understand a letter about going into hospital for an operation., , , , esole1 e2 lesson-plan new-to-esol zip-folder
New to ESOL 鈥 Reading job advertsThis lesson develops learners鈥 reading skills and enables learners to understand important information contained in job adverts., , , , esole1 e2 lesson-plan new-to-esol zip-folder
New to ESOL 鈥 Reading texts from schoolThis lesson develops learners鈥 ability to read and understand typical text messages that parents receive from school., , , , esole1 e2 lesson-plan new-to-esol zip-folder
New to ESOL 鈥 ShoppingThis lesson builds learners鈥 range of vocabulary in the context of shopping and aims to develop their confidence in reading and writing shopping lists., , , , esole1 e2 lesson-plan new-to-esol zip-folder
New to ESOL 鈥 Talking about the weatherThis lesson develops learners鈥 speaking and listening skills in the context of talking about the weather., , , , esole1 e2 lesson-plan new-to-esol zip-folder
New to ESOL 鈥 We live in the UKNew to ESOL 鈥 We live in the UK, , , , esole1 e2 lesson-plan new-to-esol zip-folder
One to One Teaching English in the local community: Out and aboutOne to One Teaching English in the local community: Out and aboutesolzip-folder
One to One Tutoring – About the houseOne to One Tutoring – About the houseesolzip-folder
One to One Tutoring – Me and my familyTeaching UK life – Me and my familyesolzip-folder
One to One Tutoring – Money and shoppingOne to One Tutoring – Money and shoppingesolzip-folder
One to One Tutoring – Teaching English in the local community: Me and my cultureOne to One Tutoring – Teaching English in the local community: Me and my cultureesolzip-folder
One to One Tutoring – Teaching English in the local community: Out and aboutOne to One Tutoring – Teaching English in the local community: Out and aboutesolzip-folder
Pictorial approach to engaging learners with workshop activity at HMP GarthSeries of process flowcharts from HMP Garth to help instructors breakdown work that takes place in the workshops/ work areas, so that they could articulate to prisoners and education staff what skills were required., , , , english maths offender-learningflow-chart toolkit zip-folder
Post -16 Phonics Approaches: A ToolkitThe toolkit has been specifically designed for the post-16 sector, exploring approaches to phonics teaching, the essential concepts, how to assess learners鈥 needs and resources designed for adult learners.englishpdf
Reading skills How To sheetsA set of How To sheets to develop a range of reading skills linked to a variety of vocational contexts., , , english maths offender-learninghow-to-guides zip-folder
Returning to Albania, Poland and Romania guidesThree guides to support people resettling in Albania, Romania or Poland at the end of serving a sentence for a criminal offence., , , english maths offender-learningguide zip-folder
Speaking and listening skills How To sheetsA set of How To sheets to develop a range of speaking and listening skills linked to a variety of vocational contexts., , , english maths offender-learninghow-to-guides zip-folder
Strategic Guide for the delivery of GCSE English and maths to the 16-19 cohort Case StudiesThese case studies from five FE Colleges outline different aspects of effective practice to improve provision for English and maths., english mathsword-doc
Study skills for beginner level ESOL learnersStudy skills aims to give beginner ESOL learners an introduction to study skills and language learning techniques, particularly time management, learning vocabulary and practising spelling.听, , esole1 new-to-esol zip-folder
Subject Content Functional Skills EnglishThis document sets out the purpose, learning aims and outcomes, and subject content for Functional Skills English at Entry Level, Level 1 and Level 2.englishpdf
Teacher UK life The teacher鈥檚 phone callThis resource, ‘Someone on the phone: the teacher鈥檚 phone call’, aims to give ESOL learners the confidence.esolzip-folder
Teaching article – A framework for planning a listening skills lessonTeaching article – A framework for planning a listening skills lessonesolzip-folder
Teaching article – Action researchTeaching article – Action researchesolzip-folder
Teaching article – An introduction to using visualisationTeaching article – An introduction to using visualisationesolzip-folder
Teaching article – Art in the ESOL classroomTeaching article – Art in the ESOL classroomesolzip-folder
Teaching article – Asking questionsTeaching article – Asking questionsesolzip-folder
Teaching article – Blogging for ELTTeaching article – Blogging for ELTesolzip-folder
Teaching article – Collocation with advanced levels 1Teaching article – Collocation with advanced levels 1esolzip-folder
Teaching article – Collocation with advanced levels 2 – classroom activitiesTeaching article – Collocation with advanced levels 2 – classroom activitiesesolzip-folder
Teaching article – Concordancers in ESOLTeaching article – Concordancers in ESOLesolzip-folder
Teaching article – Connected speech 1Teaching article – Connected speech 1esolzip-folder
Teaching article – Connected speech 2Teaching article – Connected speech 2esolzip-folder
Teaching article – Controversies in using technology in language teachingThere are many controversial issues in the area of technology-enhanced language teaching. This article explores some of these areas of disagreement.esolzip-folder
Teaching article – Delexicalised verbs 1Teaching article – Delexicalised verbs 1esolzip-folder
Teaching article – Delexicalised verbs 2Teaching article – Delexicalised verbs 2esolzip-folder
Teaching article – Differentiation in the ESOL ClassroomDifferentiation has been defined as 鈥榓n approach to teaching that attempts to ensure that all students learn well, despite their many differences鈥 (original emphasis).esolzip-folder
Teaching article – Effective practice guide to individual learning plansThis effective practice guide introduces individual learning plans (ILPs) and is essential reading for practitioners, managers.esolzip-folder
Teaching article – Employability 鈥 an exercise in more than just vocabularyAmid dwindling further education funding, courses which support learners to become economically viable members of society are becoming more widespread.esolzip-folder
Teaching article – Flashy stuffTeaching article – Flashy stuffesolzip-folder
Teaching article – Grammar vs lexis or grammar through lexis?Teaching article – Grammar vs lexis or grammar through lexis?esolzip-folder
Teaching article – Integrating pronunciation into classroom activitiesPronunciation work has traditionally taken a secondary role in language teaching to work on grammar and more recently lexis.esolzip-folder
Teaching article – IntonationTeaching article – Intonationesolzip-folder
Teaching article – LSIS Practitioner Research Programme 2012-13: Bringing formative assessment to life – using video to give feedback on ESOL learners鈥 writingA poster exploring ESOL learners’ reactions to receiving video feedback and tutor’s experience of giving feedback by video.esolzip-folder
Teaching article – LSIS Practitioner Research Programme 2012-13: Close encounters of the human kind – Using reading circles to engage and motivate L1 ESOL learners to achievePoster produced by Sarah Peters from Hull College as part of the LSIS Practitioner Research Programme 2012-13.esolzip-folder
Teaching article – LSIS Practitioner Research Programme 2012-13: Closing your own gap – ESOL speaking self-assessment built upon Clarke鈥檚 methodThis is a poster summarizing an enquiry into how using formative assessment of speaking skills affected learner ability and motivation in a L2 ESOL class.esolzip-folder
Teaching article – LSIS Practitioner Research Programme 2012-13: Does reading and talking about reading within the context of an ESOL reading group help learners to develop their confidence?Poster produced by Molly Drake from Kirklees College as part of the LSIS Practitioner Research Programme 2012-13.esolzip-folder
Teaching article – Managing maths and English provision – ten top tipsThere is not one simple solution to improve Maths and Engligh and each organisation will have its own sort of unique challenges.esolzip-folder
Teaching article – Supporting ESOL learners on vocational courses – ten top tipsESOL learners often have a ‘Spiky Profile’, with their listening, speaking, reading and writing skills听often at different levels.esolzip-folder
Teaching article – Task-based approachTeaching article – Task-based approachesolzip-folder
Teaching article – Teaching ESOL learners with basic literacy needs – ten top tipsESOL learners with basic literacy needs can be found in ESOL, functional skills and vocational classes.esolzip-folder
Teaching article – Using basic mobile phones for ESOL learningSeven Ideas for Using Basic Mobile Phones for ESOL Learning.esolzip-folder
Teaching article – Using smartphones for ESOL learningA Smarter Way to Learn: Seven Ideas for Using Smartphones for ESOL Learning.esolzip-folder
Teaching article – Using video in ESOL teaching practice (CELTA)This Powerpoint presentation outlines an action research project carried out by the City College Birmingham CELTA team.esolzip-folder
Teaching article – Working with ESOL learners with basic literacy needsAre you working with learners who have great difficulty with reading and writing?esolzip-folder
Teaching Beginners – Refugees Unit 1 – HelloUnit 1 of the ESOL for Refugees teaching and learning materials., esole1 pdf
Teaching English in the local community – Me and my cultureMe and my culture will give your learner the language needed to talk about who he or she is and aspects of his or her culture., esole1 zip-folder
Teaching English in the local community – Out and aboutOut and about focuses on speaking skills and functional language that your learner might need to use in the local communities. This is supplemented with vocabulary work and a small amount of reading., esole1 zip-folder
Teaching UK life – Ambulance emergencyTeaching UK life – Ambulance emergencyesolzip-folder
Teaching UK life – An emergencyTeaching UK life – An emergencyesolzip-folder
Teaching UK life – Call 999Teaching UK life – Call 999esolzip-folder
Teaching UK life – Changing an appointmentTeaching UK life – Changing an appointmentesolzip-folder
Teaching UK Life – Charity collectionTeaching UK Life – Charity collectionesolzip-folder
Teaching UK life – Cold callTeaching UK life – Cold callesolzip-folder
Teaching UK Life – Driving documents – court reportsTeaching UK Life – Driving documents – court reportsesolzip-folder
Teaching UK life – Driving in the UK – documents (1)Teaching UK life – Driving in the UK – documents (1)esolzip-folder
Teaching UK life – Driving in the UK – documents (2)Teaching UK life – Driving in the UK – documents (2)esolzip-folder
Teaching UK life – Fire safety 1: safety in the homeTeaching UK life – Fire safety 1: safety in the homeesolzip-folder
Teaching UK life – Fire safety 2: make your home safeTeaching UK life – Fire safety 2: make your home safeesolzip-folder
Teaching UK life – Fire safety 3: bedtime checksTeaching UK life – Fire safety 3: bedtime checksesolzip-folder
Teaching UK life – Getting a plumberTeaching UK life – Getting a plumberesolzip-folder
Teaching UK life – Learning to driveTeaching UK life – Learning to driveesolzip-folder
Teaching UK life – Meter readingTeaching UK life – Meter readingesolzip-folder
Teaching UK Life – Parcel deliveryTeaching UK Life – Parcel deliveryesolzip-folder
Teaching UK Life – Places in the town 1Teaching UK Life – Places in the townesolzip-folder
Teaching UK Life – Places in the town 2Teaching UK Life – Places in the townesolzip-folder
Teaching UK Life – Places in the town 3Teaching UK Life – Places in the townesolzip-folder
Teaching UK Life – Places in the town 4Teaching UK Life – Places in the townesolzip-folder
Teaching UK life – The neighbourThese resources aim to give learners confidence and equip them with the language necessary to deal with situations where unexpected callers arrive at the door.esolzip-folder
Teaching UK life – What’s happening in the town?Teaching UK life – What’s happening in the town?esolzip-folder
Teaching UK Life – Where’s the supermarket? 1Teaching UK Life – Where’s the supermarket?esolzip-folder
Teaching UK Life – Where’s the supermarket? 2Teaching UK Life – Where’s the supermarket?esolzip-folder
Teaching UK Life – Where’s the supermarket? 3Teaching UK Life – Where’s the supermarket?esolzip-folder
Teaching UK Life – Where’s the supermarket? 4Teaching UK Life – Where’s the supermarket?esolzip-folder
Teaching UK Life – Wrong numberThese resources aim to give learners the confidence and the language to deal with situations they may encounter in their homes.esolzip-folder
Teaching UK Life The noisy televisionTeaching UK Life – The noisy televisionesolzip-folder
Teaching UK life 鈥 The teacher鈥檚 visitTeaching UK Life – The teacher鈥檚 visitesolzip-folder
Unit 2 – A community classUnit 2 of ESOL for refugees teaching and learning material., esole1 pdf
Unit 3 – Family and friendsUnit 3 of the ESOL for Refugees teaching and learning materials., esole1 pdf
Unit 7 – DentistUnit 7 of the ESOL for Refugees teaching and learning materials., esole1 zip-folder
Unlocking EnglishThis guide is for everyone working in the prison estate, as it is everyone鈥檚 responsibility to provide space and opportunity for prisoners to improve their lives through effective communication., , , english maths offender-learningguide pdf
Using film to teach English – ESOL – offender learning – Lesson planFilm is invaluable in the prison environment as a way of focusing on communication skills., , , , , esol offender-learninge1 e2 e3 lesson-plan zip-folder
Using the gym – ESOL – offender learning – Lesson planThis lesson is about using the gym. It provides students with the vocabulary and speaking practice to feel more confident in understanding and talking to gym staff and users about gym equipment and exercise., , , , , esol offender-learninge1 e2 e3 lesson-plan zip-folder
Using the library – ESOL – offender learning – Lesson planThis lesson is about using the library in prison.听, , , , , esol offender-learninge1 e2 e3 lesson-plan zip-folder
Using Vocaroo to develop speaking skillsIn this lesson, students will learn how to use the Vocaroo website to record and listen to themselves., , esoll1 lesson-plan zip-folder
Vocational flyers澳门六合彩资料, the Adult Learning Improvement Network and vocational instructors in Hull and Humber prisons have created a series of flyers to highlight opportunities that workshops bring to gain skills for employment., , , english maths offender-learningflyers zip-folder
Working as a volunteer in a charity shop (Unit 2)鈥榃orking as a Volunteer in a Charity Shop鈥櫶 is a resource for learners听between Entry 3 – L1/Intermediate 1 – 2.听 It听uses authentic sound recordings with ESOL learners., esole3 zip-folder
Writing skills How To sheetsA set of How To sheets to develop a range of writing skills linked to a variety of vocational contexts., , , english maths offender-learninghow-to-guides zip-folder

Modules for ESOL Learners

Our learning management system houses free, self-access modules for ESOL Learners mostly migrated over from the British Council’s Nexus website. These are online activities that learners can complete by themselves or with the support of their teacher. .