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Entry Level 3 English
Diagnostic Assessment English Entry Level 3
Diagnostic Assessment English E3

Initial Assessment
Induction Free Writing Task
Pre-assessment Questionnaire
Screening Test
Screening Test User Guide

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
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
FS Assessor & QA Staff Training Record
FS QA Annual Planner
FS QA File Checklist

Learning objectives:- “Learners should be taught to recognise and understand the organisational features and typical language of instructional texts.” These Resource Sheets are meant as teaching aids for this section to use in group activity sessions. It may be prudent to laminate them for repeated use. The resources in this section consist of 5 examples of every day texts the learners may need to read and understand. It is important for them to realise that they do not have to be able to read every single word to be able to get the gist of a piece of text and you should encourage them to use other clues where necessary. There are relevant worksheets for each Resource Sheet to test their individual understanding after group reading and discussion. Learning objectives:- “Learners should recognise the different purposes of texts at this level.” Suggested activities  The Resource Sheets could be laminated and used for group reading activities.  They contain a number of extracts of the same genre of text and are ideal for group discussion about where and when they may be encountered in everyday life.  Each sheet is accompanied by a quick checklist of the kind of language and layout features that are often found in each genre. It is hoped this will be a useful tool for tutors to use as a starting point for discussion.  Encourage the learners to make their own collection of text extracts, which illustrate the different purposes of texts. Not only will this add to their understanding of the different purposes of texts but it can also be a useful store of material for each learner to read to their fellow learners. Remember they are likely to feel more confident reading material they have chosen for themselves

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