These resources aim to give learners confidence and equip them with the language necessary to deal with situations where unexpected callers arrive at the door.
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These resources aim to give learners the confidence and the language to deal with situations they may encounter in their homes.
Li’s story is a resource for all beginner ESOL learners, including those with basic literacy needs. Learners will develop narrative ideas, read and follow a story about a mother whose child is taken ill at school. They will be able to participate in a range of learning activities which develop early language and reading skills.
Tom’s story is a resource for all beginner ESOL learners, including those with basic literacy needs. Learners will develop an everyday story from pictures and develop their listening and speaking skills as they do so. Opportunities are given for role play and drilling of simple, functional language.
Unit 3 is about what happens at places in town. It develops all language skills and can be used in ESOL literacy classes. Learners listen to sound clips and discuss what they can hear and where, build sentences and identify verb-noun collocations. Learners also develop simple transactional dialogues such as buying food in a café, a ticket on the bus, or paying at the checkout.