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Adult Learning and Skills

Scheme of Work

Course name and level/s: Venue:


Tutor/s:
Term: 1
English Language
March Childrens Centre
Mary-Ann Short
Dates:
Beginners
29.9.14 - 8.12.14
Method/s of initial assessment:
Method/s of diagnostic assessment and/or formative
CCC assessment material to assess assessment:
speaking, listening, reading and
Through written homework, speaking assessments and considered
writing skills.
thought about learning through ILPs.

Start time:13:00
No of sessions:10
Length of session:1.5
Total contact hours:15
hours
Method/s of summative assessment:
Reflect back on initial assessment, achievement of goals,
comprehension reading tasks.

Signature of tutor/assessor:

Learning aim number/s or RARPA:

Date:
Course aims:
To improve speaking skills in
a number of everyday
settings.

To improve confidence when


writing or being asked for
personal details.
To improve listening skills and
build on knowledge of
vocabulary.

Session
1

Topic and aim of


session

Name of internal verifier (if applicable):


Signature:
Date:
Course objectives:
To be able to engage in general, polite conversation in
an informal setting.

To be able to write and give personal details orally in


order to fill in forms.

To be able to tell someone how to spell their personal


details.

Students are able to identify past, present and future


(not necessarily reproduce with any degree of accuracy).

To be able to speak about themselves and their own


country, culture, customs and traditions.

Learning outcomes / assessment criteria


addressed (include enrichment core)*

Is accreditation internal
or external, or both (i.e.
where external
accreditation is
optional)?

If accreditation is external, name of


awarding organisation:
Date of learners registration with
AO (where applicable):

Outline activities and note assessment and resources

Informal Greeting

To have a basic conversation and get to know Role play: Informal greeting conversation.
other learners.
Discuss the use of technology in the class - Find out if learners have access to a
*Enrichment core includes: health and safety; equality and diversity; English, maths and language; ILT; education for wider impact; progression
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Adult Learning and Skills

Session

Topic and aim of


session

Learning outcomes / assessment criteria


addressed (include enrichment core)*

Outline activities and note assessment and


resources

To build confidence when speaking to others.


To feel able to ask questions about class
material.

computer (or other device), an internet connection and have the ability to use
technology.

Giving information
about working/personal
life.
Time expressions
Review of questions
and responses.

To use the basic tools exposed to in the


assessment and lesson 1 conversations, to
construct a basic conversation to greet other
learners.
To be able to express the past, present and
future, without the need for accurate verb tenses.

Role play: General, polite conversation.


Using time expressions.
Make a timeline and describe life events as they happened (using time expressions to
express time, not necessarily past tense).
Give learners the URL address for the Padlet for the previous lesson and ask them to
study it for homework.
Direct learners to use the Lesson 3 Padlet to complete homework. (Padlet gives
vocabulary used in the session and sentence stems to start their sentences.)

Present Simple
Giving personal details.
Alphabet
Numbers 1 - 10

To use the present simple to describe facts and


regular events.
To understand questions asking for information.
To be able to give personal details verbally.
To be able to spell accurately.
To be able to give numbers in the form of
telephone numbers or other (NI).

I live... My child goes to...We go on holiday to ...I work...


Role play: Filling in an application form.
Lesson 4 Padlet is for revision purposes. A lot of material will be covered, students may
want further reference but I dont want them to spend time making notes.

Identifying body parts.


Have got
At the doctors

To be able to identify parts of the body.


To be able to produce phrases for describing
ailments.
To be able to have a basic conversation that
could be used with a doctor.

Label a diagram.
Using have got to describe ailments.
Role play: (Bogglesworldesl) A visit to the doctors
Lesson 5 Padlet vocabulary and grammar point reference plus instructions for the
game Simon says which will be played in the session.

Past simple
What happened...?

To be able to use the past simple to describe


past events.
To be able to provide details of an accident.
To be able to answer questions and give
information concerning an accident.

Talk about activities the students have done during the week or weekend/describe a
holiday.
Explanation of past simple.
Students create the details of an accident in the form of a story.
Elicit what questions they may be asked when reporting an accident.
Role play: Making a 999 call/ Reporting an accident
Lesson 6 Padlet will introduce links to English File and Headway interactive exercises.
Give details of particular units to look at. Take in laptop for learners to see how to
access and navigate round the sites.

Describing their country


Use present simple
Culture and customs

To use the present simple to give a description of


a place well known to the learners.
Share and develop vocabulary to describe places

Review present simple (to describe facts)


Students to speak about their country as if to advertise it to travellers or encourage
people to go there.

*Enrichment core includes: health and safety; equality and diversity; English, maths and language; ILT; education for wider impact; progression
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Adult Learning and Skills

Session

Topic and aim of


session

Learning outcomes / assessment criteria


addressed (include enrichment core)*

Outline activities and note assessment and


resources

(adjective)
Use comparatives to make comparisons between
their country and Britain.

Make preparations to make a poster to advertise their country to others. Complete for
homework.
Discussion about their own culture and customs and make comparisons to those they
have witnessed and been part of in the UK.
Lesson 7 Padlet will be an example of what I want them to do for homework. It will also
be used in the session as a reading exercise.
Ask students to review Lesson 5 Padlet for use next lesson.

Review ailments
Have got for
possessions.

To be able to remember and use vocabulary from


week 4.
Use apostrophe s for possession.

Mind map ailments and remedies (medicine and home)


Elicit what questions the doctor would need to ask and the information they would need
to make a diagnosis.
Role play a conversation between a doctor and a patient using the mind maps.
Explanation of apostrophe s, how it is used, and how it represents other things.
Lesson 8 Padlet will be further links to exercises

Making arrangements

Be able to make an appointment over the phone


to see the doctor/dentist.
To be able to use going to to make
arrangements for the future.
To be able to negotiate future events.

Role play making an appointment to see the doctor/dentist.


Making arrangements for the future. (going to)
Use daily diary sheets again for students to make 5 future arrangements within the
week.
Find a time to meet with another student when they have a full diary (information
exchange)
Refer to Lesson 6 Padlet linking to English File and Headway for exercises to practise
the future.

Review course material

Review material from the first four sessions and


introduce new material to assess prior
understanding and learning.

Anagrams of frequently used words. Spell them back for someone to write on the board
to test alphabet pronunciation.
Mingling game using word cards to match ailments and remedies.
Describe a past event using past simple and/or time expressions.
Learners pretend they are meeting for the first time and role play an informal meeting.
Encourage students to give feedback on Padlet

10

Review course material


Christmas vocabulary
Christmas traditions

Review material from lessons five to eight and


introduce new material to assess prior
understanding and learning

Discuss customs and traditions in their own country at Christmas. If they dont
celebrate Christmas are there other festivals happening at around the same time and
what are their meanings. Are there any similarities in Christmas celebrations and other
celebrations?
Elicit vocabulary and label pictures related to Christmas.

*Enrichment core includes: health and safety; equality and diversity; English, maths and language; ILT; education for wider impact; progression
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