The lesson is based on the principles of the Language Experience Approach (LEA). It is appropriate for ESOL students with low literacy needs. This approach often takes place with individual students, but this lesson shows how the approach is easily adapted for use with a group.
Since the 1980s Britain there have been several changes in government and many important national and international events. Listen and read about about these governments and events as you prepare for the Life in the UK test.
These activities are based on a story written by Xiaoli who moved to London in 1997. By doing the activities, you will improve your language skills as you read about Xiaoli’s first impressions of life in the UK.
This lesson is about the Fairtrade Foundation and offers opportunities to differentiate learning through the use of online web tools. Your students will develop their vocabulary to discuss Fairtrade and will be given reading and speaking practice to consolidate their skills.