Functional Skills Maths and English L2

Functional Skills Level 2 Maths and English

Curriculum

Level 2 Functional Skills Maths

Diagnostic Assessment Mathematics Level 2
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Initial Assessment
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Learner Induction
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Summary Specifications
How To Support Materials
1 Introduction to Fractions
2 Introduction to Decimal Fractions
3 Introduction to Percentages
4 Introduction to Ratios
5 Introduction To Negative Numbers
6 Introduction To Approximations
7 Introduction To Estimation
8 Introduction to +, -, x, Division
9 Calculating Using Fractions
10 Calculating Using Decimals
11 Calculating Using Simple Percentages
12 Calcultating Using Ratios
13 Calculating Using Simple Formulae
14 Calculating Using Common Units
15 Calculating Using Perimeter & Area
16 Calculating Using Volumes
17 Practical Drawing & Measuring
18 Converting Using Scales & Tables
19 Using Probability
20 Constructing 2D Diagrams
21 Constructing 2D & 3D Diagrams
22 Introduction To Mean, Median, Range & Mode
23 Revising Fractions
24 Revising Decimals
25 Revising Percentages
26 Revising Ratios
27 Powers & Roots
28 Using Formulae
29 Using Networks
30 Using Bar & Pie Charts
31 Revising Mean,median,mode
32 Cumulative Frequency
33 Calculating Accurately
34 Using Estimation
35 Using Approximation
36 Numbers Of Any Size
37 Collecting & Processing Data
38 Graphs & Conversions
39 Area, Perimeter & Volume
FS - Mathematics Workbook List Preview
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Learner Materials
1 Working with Whole Numbers
2 Working with Fractions, Decimals, Percentages
3 Workng with Ratio, Proportion, Formulae & Equations
4 Working with Measures, Units & Space
5 Working with Shape & Space
6 Working with Data & Averages
7 Working with Probability
Lesson Plans 36 Weeks
Lesson Plans
Mapping
Mapping
Progression Summary
Progression Summary
Quality Assurance
Quality Assurance
Scheme of Work
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Scheme of Work 36 weeks
Staff Training & Development Programme
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Progression Summaries
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Staff Training Lesson Plan
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Level 2 Functional Skills English

Diagnostic Assessment English Level 2
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Progression Summaries Preview
Learner Induction
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How To Support Materials
1 English Introduction To Sentences
2 English What is a Comma, Question Mark, Apostrophe
3 English Using Difficult Words
4 Rules Relating to Spelling
5 Reading Skimming & Scanning
6 Reading Identifying Points & Ideas
7 Introduction to Images
8 Working on Spellings
9 Using Plurals
10 Using Capital Letters
11 Using Sentences & Full Stops
12 Using Commas etc
13 Using Question Marks
14 Using Apostrophes
15 Introduction To Oral Presentation
16 Introduction to Written Presentation
17 English Producing Summaries
18 Using Images to Represent Words
19 Communicating Effectively
20 Using Nouns & Pronouns
21 Using Adjectives & Adverbs
22 Using SimilarWords With Different Meanings
23 Using Homonyms Homophones
24 Reducing The Number of Words
25 Using Prefixes
26 Using Punctuation Marks
27 Writing A CV
28 Writing Memos
29 Writing Business Letters
30 Writing Leaflets-brochures
31 Writing Reports
32 Writing Briefings & Factsheets
33 Writing Using Images
34 Taking Part in Discussions
35 English Making Presentations
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Learner Materials
1 Build your Reading Skills Base
2 Widen Your Reading Skills
3 Skillful Speaker & Listener
4 Presenting Texts Clearly
5 Writing for Different Purposes
6 Varying Your Style for Your Audience
7 Test Your Skills
8 Writing a Business Report
Lesson Plans 36 Weeks
Lesson Plans 36 Weeks
Mapping
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Progression Summary FS English
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Quality Assurance
Quality Assurance
Scheme of Work L2
Scheme of Work L2 18 weeks
Scheme of Work 36 weeks
Staff Training & Development Programme
Management Readiness Tool Preview
Progression Summary FS English E1-L2
Staff Training Handbook Preview
Staff Training Lesson Plan Preview
Functional Skills Staff Training Presentation
Summary English Specifications L1&2 Landscape
Instructor
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Barry Joyce

Price
Functional Skills £250.00 Order
About Us

What Functional Skills are? Functional skills are practical skills in English, Mathematics and Information Communication Technology. They will help you gain the most out of work, education and everyday life. What Functional English is and what it involves? Functional English aims to ensure that you are confident and capable when using the skills of speaking, listening, reading and writing, and you are able to communicate effectively, adapting to a range of audiences and contexts. This will include being able to explain information clearly and succinctly in speech and writing, expressing a point of view reasonably and persuasively, and using English to communicate effectively. In a practical context this means that in life and work you should be able to: ■ read and understand information and instructions, and then use this understanding to act appropriately. This could apply to working out which train to catch to reach a specific destination, to organising a series of tasks in the workplace ■ analyse how ideas and information are presented, and be able to evaluate their usefulness, for example solving a problem. ■ make an oral presentation or report and contribute to discussions ■ use speech to work collaboratively in teams to agree actions and conclusions. What Functional Mathematics is and what it involves? Functional Mathematics aims to ensure that you have a sufficient understanding of a range of mathematical concepts and you know how and when to use them. In a practical context, this means learners will develop the confidence and capability to: ■ solve problems ■ process calculations ■ interpret and explaining situations All within the following contexts: work and education, community, citizenship and environment, media and communication, and family, home and social issue.