Functional Skills Maths and English E3

Functional Skills Maths and English E3

Curriculum

Entry Level 3 English

Diagnostic Assessment English Entry Level 3
Diagnostic Assessment English E3 Preview
Initial Assessment
Induction Free Writing Task Preview
Pre-assessment Questionnaire Preview
Screening Test Preview
Screening Test User Guide Preview
How To Support Materials
Unit 1 Vocab and Word Recognition
Unit 2 Reading Strategies
Unit 3 Dictionary Skills
Unit 04 Comprehension
Unit 05 Different Purposes of Text
Unit 06 Sources of Information
Unit 07 Skimming & Scanning
Unit 08 Grammar & Punctuation
Unit 09 Grammar & Context
Unit 10 Handwriting
Unit 11 Spelling Strategies & Key Words
Unit 12 Spelling Rules & Phonics
Unit 13 Writing Composition
Unit 14 Writing Grammar
Unit 15 Writing Punctuation
Unit 16 Drafting Organ, Sequenc, Proofreading
Learner Materials
Activity 1 Getting around Information Speaking listening and communication
Activity 2 Healthy eating Information Text types
Activity 3: Charity money Information: Make your writing good enough
Activity 4: Music on the move Information: Making choices
Activity 5: Bank accounts Information: Small group work
Tracking sheet learner version
Lesson Plans And Scheme Of Work
Activity 1: Getting around lesson plan: Speaking, listening and communication Preview
Activity 2 Healthy eating lesson plan Text types
Activity 3: Charity money lesson plan: Make your writing good enough
Activity 4: Music on the move Sample lesson plan: Making choices
Activity 5 Bank accounts lesson plan Small group work
Functional Skills: English scheme of work: Entry 3
Quality Assurance System
Quality Assurance for Functional Skills English Entry Level 3
FS Annual Assessor Observation Schedule
FS Annual Schedule of Meetings Preview
FS Assessor & QA Staff Training Record
FS QA Annual Planner
FS QA File Checklist

Entry Level 3 Maths

Diagnostic Assessment Maths Entry Level 3
Diagnostic Assessment Maths Entry Level 3 Preview
Initial Assessment
Pre-assessment Questionnaire Preview
Screening Test User Guide 1 Preview
Screening Test
How To Support Materials
Unit 1 Count Read Write Order and Compare
Unit 2 Add and Subtract
Unit 3 Multiply and Divide
Unit 4 Rounding
Unit 5 Using + - etc
Unit 6 Using a Calculator
Unit 7 Fractions
Unit 8 Decimals
Unit 9 Money
Unit 10 Time
Unit 11 Length Width and Height
Unit 12 Weight
Unit 13 Capacity
Unit 14 Temperature
Unit 15 Scales and Measuring
Unit 16 2D-3D
Unit 17 Extracting Information
Unit 18 Presenting Data
User Guide, Routes & Flowchart Preview
Learner Materials
Activity 1: Travel times Information: Numbers and calculations
Activity 2: Food choices Information: Link your ideas Preview
Activity 3: Your charity stand Information: Units and shapes
Activity 4: My music Information: Sort and use information
Activity 5: Get ready for a party Information: Common measures
Lesson Plans And Scheme Of Work
Activity 1: Travel times Sample lesson plan: Numbers and calculations
Activity 2: Food choices Sample lesson plan: Link your ideas Preview
Activity 3: Your charity stand Sample lesson plan: Units and shapes
Activity 4: My music Sample lesson plan: Sort and use information
Activity 5: Get ready for a party Sample lesson plan: Common measures
Functional Skills: Mathematics Sample scheme of work: Entry 3
FS Quality Assurance System
FS Annual Assessor Observation Schedule
FS Annual Schedule of Meetings
FS Assessor & QA Staff Training Record
FS QA Annual Planner
FS QA File Checklist
FS Quality Assurance E3 Mathematics
Instructor
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Barry Joyce

Price
Functional Skills E3 £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.