This lesson is about housing in the UK and is based on Housing materials from both the NIACE Citizenship materials for ESOL and the ESOL Nexus learner website. The lesson provides an overview of the types of accommodation available in the UK and develops the learner's ability to ask and answer questions, listen for detail and fill in a housing form.
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Going for a job interview is a challenging but exciting experience.
In the UK, many people enjoy eating fish and chips.
Learn how to write a short note to your teacher or employer. Read Leyla’s note to her English teacher and then complete the tasks.
This resource is part of 'English in my home', which aims to give ESOL learners the confidence and the language to deal with situations they may encounter in their homes. in this lesson, Arjun's neighbour compalins about the television. Learners practise complaining politely and dealing with complaints.
This resource is aimed at learners who are considering becoming self-employed. It also explores the language needed by a self-employed cleaners and taxi-driver so it will also be useful for learners who work in these areas. In this section, learners explore the language of note writing further and write their own note.
This lesson, about writing messages to friends on social networks, develops students’ ability to write personal messages and features example threads with comments, which students have the opportunity to contribute to. They can also post new messages, and comment on the postings written by other students.