A complete unit of work for speaking and listening Y10 and Y11. Eleven lessons which include writing and presentation skills to prepare students for their speaking and listening presentations. I know there are some issues with some of the links but here are all the links you may need: Lesson One: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SqnMQ0RhdaA https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=v5vMV3Ke6kQ https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=v5vMV3Ke6kQ Lesson Two and Eight: https://www.ted.com/talks/matt_cutts_try_something_new_for_30_days?language=en Lesson Nine: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=S5c1susCPAE
This resource will help students boast their confidence about speaking and listening in a group This resources contains 2 templates on what I would spend A million pound on 1 blank template for the students to complete
Do you need to boost group speaking skills in Years 7-11? These Oracy Mats are printable placemats or posters, designed to show kids the ways in which different sentence starters can be used for impact and precision in discussions and presentations. You will receive a file of four documents: 2 plain-text editable versions so you can customise the sentence starters for your own class, and 2 PDFs with slightly more jazzy fonts and graphics that are ready to print. These can be printed in different sizes and easily laminated for durability. If you found this helpful, you might also like: Oracy | Free Choice Talk | Individual Presentation | Planning Accuracy Passport | Improve Punctuation and Grammar | Literacy Secondary Grammar Mat | Supporting Writing | Literacy Secondary Punctuation Mat | Supporting Writing | Literacy Ambitious Sentence Structures Mat | Literacy Stretch | Challenge MAT Ambitious Punctuation Mat | Literacy Stretch | Challenge MAT
Use this differentiated and extensive resource to take your students through the GCSE Speaking and Listening Endorsement. All the lessons have learning objectives and takes students through the process of writing a speech.
Powerpoint activity that allows students to form an opinion on a certain topic. You could then snowball the debate by getting them to discuss in pairs, then fours then 8s then one side of the class versus the other. Useful as a speaking and listening activity for KS4 assessment.
This resource has been designed for students working towards Entry Level 2 Functional Skills English certification. It contains an age-appropriate, 40-page booklet with fifteen speaking, listening and communication tasks on the Entry Level 2 speaking and listening component. The tasks have been designed to achieve the following learning outcomes: to Identify and extract the main information and detail from short explanations to make requests and ask clear questions appropriately in different contexts to respond appropriately to straightforward questions to follow the gist of discussions to clearly express straightforward information and communicate feelings and opinions on a range of straightforward topics to make appropriate contributions to simple group discussions with others about a straightforward topic The speaking and listening tasks include: School Christmas Fair - group discussion about what activity to do - cake stall, face painting or ‘beat the goalie’ Which Charity? - small group discussion on which charity the proceeds from the fair should go to - Childline, The Trussel Trust (supports food banks) or the RSPCA Missing Jeans - paired role play telephone conversation enquiring about jeans ordered on-line have not arrived A Dilemma - role play about a friend asking to borrow money when they previously had not paid back their last loan A Dilemma - group discussion Part-Time Job at Coffee Cafe - paired role play telephone enquiry about the part-time job Dental Appointment - paired role play about making a dental appointment on the telephone for a check up Driving Lessons - paired role play about enquiring about driving lessons Getting to Know You - asking questions in pairs Favourite Singer Band - pair or small group discussion Food Likes and Dislikes - pair or small group discussion Supermarket Announcement - listening task - accompanying differentiated worksheets Airport Announcement - listening task - accompanying differentiated worksheets News Report - listening task - accompanying differentiated worksheets Cafe Menu - listening to instructions task Making Requests Please note that the watermark on the preview images is not present on the resource itself. If you buy this resource and are pleased with your purchase, I would be extremely grateful if you could leave a review. As a token of appreciation, you can have a free resource of your choice up to the same value as your purchased resource. Just email email@example.com with your user name, the resource you have reviewed and the resource you would like for free. You may also be interested in: More Entry Level English Resources Entry Level Maths Resources
This resource has been designed for students working towards Entry Level 3 Functional Skills English certification. It contains an age-appropriate, 40-page booklet with twenty speaking, listening and communication tasks on the Entry Level 3 speaking and listening component. The tasks have been designed to achieve the following learning outcomes: to identify and extract relevant information and detail in straightforward explanations to make requests and ask concise questions using appropriate language in different contexts to communicate information and opinions clearly on a range of topics to respond appropriately to questions on a range of straightforward topics to follow and understand the main points of discussions to make relevant contributions to group discussions about straightforward topics to listen to and respond appropriately to other points of view, respecting the convention of turn-taking The speaking and listening tasks include: Fund Raising for Charity - group discussion about how to raise money Famous Person to have dinner with - paired or group Favourite meals A wish for someone Desert Island School Uniform - group discussion Missing pizza - paired role play telephone conversation enquiring about a take-away pizza order that has not arrived Booking a Haircut - paired role play on making an appointment for a haircut A Dilemma - role play about a friend asking to borrow your trainers when they have previously borrowed your jeans and he/she has not yet returned them Part-Time Job at Costless Supermarket - paired role play telephone enquiry about the part-time job Job interview at Costless Supermarket Apartment to rent - paired role play telephone conversation about asking for a viewing of the apartment Joe’s Gym - paired role play telephone conversation enquiring about month’s free trial Getting to Know You - asking questions in pairs Supermarket Announcement - listening task - accompanying differentiated worksheets Liverpool Station Announcement - listening task - accompanying differentiated worksheets News Report - listening task - accompanying differentiated worksheets Clothes list - listening to instructions task Making Requests Please note that the watermark on the preview images is not present on the resource itself. If you buy this resource and are pleased with your purchase, I would be extremely grateful if you could leave a review. As a token of appreciation, you can have a free resource of your choice up to the same value as your purchased resource. Just email firstname.lastname@example.org with your user name, the resource you have reviewed and the resource you would like for free. You may also be interested in: More Entry Level English Resources Entry Level Maths Resources
This resource has been designed for students working towards Entry Level 1 Functional Skills English certification. It contains an age-appropriate, 30-page booklet with twenty speaking, listening and communication tasks on the Entry Level 1 speaking and listening component. The tasks have been designed to achieve the following learning outcomes: to participate in and understand the main points of simple discussions/exchanges about familiar topics with another person in a familiar situation. to take part in and contribute to a discussion in a small group. to understand the main points of short explanations. to understand and follow instructions. to respond appropriately to comments and requests. to ask simple questions to obtain specific information. to make simple requests. There are eighteen speaking and listening tasks. They include: Birthday plan partner discussion Class trip small group discussion Favourite TV programmes small group discussion Sport - small group discussion Making a haircut appointment Booking a taxi Ordering a take-away by telephone Ordering food and drink in a cafe Getting to know you - asking questions to a partner Calling and asking about a part-time job at a pizza parlour Taking part in an interview for part-time job Supermarket announcement Weather forecast Train station announcement Making requests Listening to instructions - three tasks Please note that the watermark on the preview images is not present on the resource itself. If you buy this resource and are pleased with your purchase, I would be extremely grateful if you could leave a review. As a token of appreciation, you can have a free resource of your choice up to the same value as your purchased resource. Just email email@example.com with your user name, the resource you have reviewed and the resource you would like for free. You may also be interested in: Entry Level 1 Writing - Capital Letters and Full Stops - 50 Slide PowerPoint Lesson Entry Level 1 Writing - Capital Letters and Full Stops - 50 Slide PowerPoint Lesson and 17 Page Workbook Entry Level 1 Spelling Practice and Spelling Tests Entry Level 1 Reading 20 Page Workbook More Entry Level English Resources Entry Level Maths Resources
This resource is perfect for enabling students to build both their persuasive writing and their speaking and listening skills. Based upon the popular BBC series 'Dragons' Den', students have the opportunity to research, design, pitch, and evaluate arguments for their own inventions, whilst simultaneously analysing persuasive pitches, revising persuasive techniques, structuring arguments and articulating convincingly. Included is a 16 page booklet (I would say at least 4-5 hour lessons of tasks) that lead students to: - Introduce themselves and their interests; - Watch persuasive pitches (links included) and identify persuasive devices; - Analyse why persuasive devices are effective; - Structure an analysis appropriately; - Brainstorm ideas for an invention using imagination and helpful aiding questions; - Formulate an argument by considering key questions and counter arguments; - Write and present a persuasive pitch; - Peer-evaluate and self-evaluate persuasive pitches. I have also provided some examples of news stories featuring the worst and best pitches from the den, in order to provoke discussion about what makes a strong pitch. All images are licensed for commercial use and are cited throughout.
This unit of work is designed to help build the skills necessary for success in the speaking and listening assessment for AQA Functional Skills English as well as those valued by employers. It is a discussion based unit and explores skills such as asking questions, leading a discussion, researching and planning a presentation. It leads to two assessment activities, a ‘meeting’ in which students discuss setting up a series of lunchtime clubs for younger pupils followed by an individual presentation in which students showcase their own plans for a school club. I have included a detailed set of teacher’s notes, a 42 slide teaching PPT and all resources in both word and pdf format. More AQA Functional Skills in English Units AQA Functional Skills in English: Level 1 - Complete Course https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/resource-12458768 AQA Functional Skills in English: Level 1 Unit - Climate Change Crisis https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/resource-12458750 AQA Functional Skills in English: Level 1 Unit - Leisure https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/resource-12446306 AQA Functional Skills in English: Level 1 Unit - Taking the Next Step https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/resource-12443289
Full lesson plan with powerpoint and resource aimed at prepping learners for the speaking and listening element for functional skills English. The exam board we use is city and guilds however the resource is transferable to other awarding bodies.
This PowerPoint is for teaching over a 4 week period completing the AQA 3 speaking and listening tasks (Role Play, Group Discussion and Presentation)
A range of PPT presentations and tasks to prepare pupils for a speech/presentation. Initially created to guide Year 8 pupils through presenting a talk and reciting a poem for their English Speaking Board examination, but could be used for any speaking and listening prep for KS3/4.
Great for turn taking! laminate the lips and ears and connect them with a treasury tag, during talk partners, one child holds the ear and one holds the lips, and then swap half way through. This is really good for starting out, ensuring each child gets a turn to talk and a time to listen.
This bundle includes a variety of subtopics for the “Education topic - A level. Subtopics included are : *Le suicide des profs (reading) *Le stress du BAC (reading) *Le stress des exams (reading) *Le redoublement (reading) *Le port du voile à l’école (listening) *Parcoursup (reading) *Le nouveau BAC (reading) *Les stylos rouges (reading) *Le harcèlement (listening) *Les types d’écoles (reading) *école privée ou publique ? (reading) *École obligatoire dès 3 ans (reading) *Le conseil de classe (reading) *Le Brevet (listening) The worksheets include a variety of activities from : vocabulary search / match-up / match-up with synonyms / true or false / exam style questions These worksheet are also full of cultural references. Some of which are gathered in the speaking mat that is also available in this BUNDLE. The speaking mat also includes some potential speaking questions ANSWERS ARE PROVIDED Do not hesitate to let me know what you think of it, I also have a Facebook page should you have any questions.
This PowerPoint presentation provides the necessary information for years 10-11 to plan and complete their speaking and listening assessment. This PowerPoint is aimed at the EDUQAS spec, but could be very easily amended if the criteria were changed for a different specification. I use this presentation as an introduction to S&L and then let the students complete research on the computer to start creating their presentations. With my classes, I find it is very helpful to print this PowerPoint for them so that they have a reference / guide to help them throughout the planning of their S&L presentation. This PowerPoint includes: - an overview of what the students are expected to present - what the students can use to support them during their presentations - criteria from the EDUQAS mark scheme - FAQs
Two PowerPoints with a selection of lessons for use during Speaking and Listening/ Form/ Oracy/ Philosophy/ debate lessons.
A helpful guide to the Spoken Language component of the GCSE English Language qualification. The starter exercise on page 1 assists students in not only identifying a suitable topic, but also distinguishing between ‘challenging’ topics and those of a more simplistic kind. Page 2 then introduces some of the most important criteria by which presentations are assessed and an example presentation is provided (in video form) together with a tick-sheet that students can use to gauge the success of the student exemplar. Page 3 then includes a planning guide, with questions to prompt the student in ways that will enable them to plan the presentation. This covers the student’s choice of topic, organising the main points of their speech and also possible techniques to engage their audience. Page 4 finally provides a tick-sheet plenary which students can use to assess readiness for the subsequent delivery of their presentation.
A selection of great speaking and listening activities with a structure given for each. Celebrity Dinner Party? My Rant? Helps pupils decide what to include for a really effective presentation. Suitable for GCSE or KS3.
Presentation helps students to understand what makes a good conversation; To understand different types of discussion, and to identify formal and informal speech. Also contains additional powerpoint to show how to prepare for discussion and an example.
This a speaking and listening session about the topic of homophobia in football. There is a lot of controversial questions and in appropriate language used as would be in a football match. There is a number of discussion points which culminate with students being asked to write a speech to appeal to their team supporters to stop homophobia in football.