High school English language learning resources: future plans

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KS3 Literacy Resources

KS3 Literacy Resources

Three resources focusing on literacy skills including CV writing, constructing a cover letter and writing a persuasive article. The CV Skills material is spread over three lessons. Originally used with a mixed ability year 9 group, this would also work well with higher ability year 8 class.

By omedoto7

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KS3 and 4 English Language and Literacy Activities

KS3 and 4 English Language and Literacy Activities

A range of resources for KS4 English Language Paper 1 covering all questions (10-12 lessons depending on pacing), a standalone creative writing lesson, resources for papers 1 and 2 for KS3 - creative writing and non-fiction as well as standalone literacy lessons focusing on developing cover letter writing skills and persuasive articles. The KS4 material would be suitable for mixed ability year 10 classes and the KS3 material would suit a higher ability year 7 or a mixed ability year 8 class.

By omedoto7

a conversation about a job ad

a conversation about a job ad

This is a worksheet for level 9 students. It includes cards of job ads. They will use this information to do the table completion activity. They will also use the information in the cards in the conversation about looking for a job. Teacher's may also use the cards of job ads in a guessing activity in the class as a warm up of the lesson.

By krulynn

Jobs and Future Discussion Question Cards  - Tutorial or Personal and Social Development Activity

Jobs and Future Discussion Question Cards - Tutorial or Personal and Social Development Activity

A set of 16 question cards on the topic of jobs and the future aimed at 14-19 learners who need to consider career options, future goals, skills and qualities. These ready made question cards in both black and white or colour can easily be printed and cut up to create an easy discussion in groups that would fit nicely into tutorial lessons, lessons on jobs and work well with personal and social development qualifications in units including Working Towards Goals and Career Development. Clear text and easy to print and cut format mean this lesson activity is ready to go.

By islaflood

Persuasive speeches and rhetorical techniques

Persuasive speeches and rhetorical techniques

I have bundled together four resources which I think will be useful when revising speeches and persuasive writing techniques. One of the resources takes Martin Luther King as its inspiration, another looks at Barack Obama's Yes We Can speech. Suitable for ages 11+

By jlimb

Target Setting Bundle for ESOL and Entry Level Learners

Target Setting Bundle for ESOL and Entry Level Learners

In this brilliant time saving bundle you get two target banks aimed at ESOL and entry level learners inluding both academic and pastoral targets as well as templates to write out targets and review them. These are resources I've tried and tested over my teaching career. Target setting can be long and arduous and is hard work with second language learners. These target resources take the strain out of target setting allowing learners to choose their own relevant targets from a set of common areas to improve. These are commended targets that have been tried and tested in an FE environment. This bundle provides the perfect basis for a tutorial lesson on target setting as well as over 20 key targets and over 120 practical actions students can take to achieve their goals.

By islaflood

Pastoral Target Bank - Target Bank for Soft Skills, Study Skills and Behaviour

Pastoral Target Bank - Target Bank for Soft Skills, Study Skills and Behaviour

This comprehensive SMART target bank provides 11 key targets with over 70 specific and measurable actions. Perfect for SMART targets for ILPs. Aimed at teenage or adult students, these targets can be printed as designed and given to learners to identify their own targets and highlight actions they feel are realistic or as a copy and paste target bank for teachers wanting a time efficient way of setting targets for multiple learners on ILPs and paperwork. These targets are drawn from over 15 years experience of teaching 14-19 and adult learners. Within the resource I've covered the most common target areas including study skills, behaviour and communication. The targets cover topics of attendance and punctuality, focus, confidence, health, communication skills and more.

By islaflood

ESL  or Teen - Business Plan

ESL or Teen - Business Plan

This can be used for either an ESL class to encourage discussion or a teen class related to entrepreneurial activities. It's a worksheet with open ended questions to help students in small groups come up with a business idea. This should be discussed thoroughly in order to have a very clear idea that can be presented to the rest of the class. Extension idea - have students create an advert for their new business

By kelcasper