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 language learners can use to talk about their plans for the future. It is also a great opportunity for you to raise their awareness of various activities and schemes their prison has to offer as well as getting them thinking about progression.
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.
This teachers’ pack includes speaking and listening, writing and vocabulary activities centred on the topic of jobs and studying in prison. The whole pack consists of three units - Working in prison, Studying in prison, and Behaviour in the workplace.
This lesson is about using the library in prison. It provides students with authentic reading practice, in the context of a library newsletter and prepares them for a visit to the library, to explore what there is for ESOL learners.
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.