This Teachers pack addresses women's health in prisons by helping learners to discuss related issues including personal hygiene, mental health and being pregnant in prison. It also makes learners aware of support available to them.
This lesson focuses on speaking about potential equipment faults in someone’s cell. Some activities also involve reading the phrases above but differentiation suggestions are given for those with weaker literacy skills.
Our self-access workbooks are intended for learners to use independently and to reinforce learning they have done in their ESOL class. Most of the activities are reading and writing tasks that can be done and checked independently using the answers at the end of each workbook.
This lesson is about using the gym. It provides students with the vocabulary and speaking practice to feel more confident in understanding and talking to gym staff and users about gym equipment and exercise.
This lesson is designed to help learners to understand the process of induction. It covers commonly heard terms around the prison and provides practice in asking for directions to various places around the prison so a new arrival will understand facilities available.
This teachers’ pack teaches the English language needed for understanding menus, becoming familiar with the kind of food available in prisons; for talking about managing money and for buying and ordering essential items while in prison.