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English Functional Skills - 8 Main Purposes of Texts

English Functional Skills - 8 Main Purposes of Texts

**Get 90% off the cost of your first resource worth up to £10 with code JANUARY90. New buyers only! ** https://www.tes.com/resources/search/?authorId=22930014 A 10-page comprehensive, colourful, detailed and user-friendly document of the 8 main purposes of texts that students are required to know for the English Functional Skills exam. Tutors will find the document useful as a convenient ‘go-to guide’ to use with their students. Listed alphabetically, there is a clear explanation of every purpose of text along with definitions. There are a minimum of three examples for each text purpose.
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Present Continuous

Present Continuous

A brief information about Present Tense, its usage rules. It includes examples and usage rules. Can be great supplement for your classroom if you are teaching this tense.
Wiiner
modal verbs, know examples, understand function, use creatively,  guinness 'surfer horses' advert

modal verbs, know examples, understand function, use creatively, guinness 'surfer horses' advert

Teach modal verbs in the context of the amazing 'Guinness surfer with horses' advert (young teachers: google it). Assessment focus: I know some modal verbs, and I can explain why they are useful. I can use modal verbs statements and questions. I can use modal verbs creatively to show possibility/likelihood. In this fully resourced lesson, pupils learn about modal verbs and then use them in sentences about the doubts and worries of the surfer in the advert and the dangers he faces. There is clear differentiation for high attainer, on track learners and SEN learners. The powerpoint will guide you through. Enjoy!
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General revision for elementary students.

General revision for elementary students.

EXERCISES INCLUDED: READ A TEXT AND ANSWER QUESTIONS. FILL IN GAPS WITH VERBS IN SIMPLE PRESENT,PAST,PRESENT CONTINUOUS,WILL OR GOING TO. MAKE SENTENCES USING COMPARATIVES OR SUPERLATIVES ACCORDING TO THE PROMPTS. ANSWER PERSONAL QUESTIONS
Olynj
TENSES - REVISION OF ALL TENSES

TENSES - REVISION OF ALL TENSES

TENSES - REVISION OF ALL TENSES (180 Questions) All the verb tenses are included in this worksheet. IF a student is able to do ths worksheet , that means she knows tenses very well !! GREAT WORKSHEET!
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English Language Techniques Beginning with T & V

English Language Techniques Beginning with T & V

**Get 90% off the cost of your first resource worth up to £10 with code JANUARY90. New buyers only! ** https://www.tes.com/resources/search/?authorId=22930014 Language techniques include the following: Tenses Text Tone Verbs This is part of a complete resource: a 42 page comprehensive, colourful, detailed and user-friendly glossary of English language techniques designed for Secondary, Further Education, Functional Skills and ESOL students. The resource is a helpful revision tool for students who wish to fine-tune their understanding of language and grammar techniques in preparation for GCSE English and English Functional Skills exams. English teachers will also find the glossary useful as a convenient ‘go-to guide’ to use with their students. There is a clear explanation of every language technique, along with definitions, and what is effective about each technique. I have provided a minimum of three examples for each language technique.
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Glossary of English Language Techniques: GCSE, Functional Skills and TEFL/ESOL

Glossary of English Language Techniques: GCSE, Functional Skills and TEFL/ESOL

**Get 90% off the cost of your first resource worth up to £10 with code JANUARY90. New buyers only! ** https://www.tes.com/resources/search/?authorId=22930014 A 42-page comprehensive, colourful, detailed and user-friendly glossary of English language techniques, designed for Secondary, Further Education, Functional Skills and ESOL students. This is a helpful revision tool for students who wish to fine-tune their understanding of language and grammar techniques in preparation for GCSE English and English Functional Skills exams. English teachers will also find the glossary useful as a convenient ‘go-to guide’ to use with their students. Language techniques have been listed in alphabetical order. There is a clear explanation of every technique, along with definitions, and what is effective about each technique. I have provided a minimum of three examples for each technique.
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