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This resource is based around the experiences learners would have at the seaside. What will they see? What will they eat? What will they play with? Through the use of games, a writing frame and a substitution table, new to English learners will be able to both speak and write about imagined experiences at the seaside.
Learners find out how many times they can write their name, catch a beanbag, walk to the stairs and back and do other fun tasks in one minute and record their results in different ways. There are activities which promote speaking and listening between partners and/or small groups and is suitable for use with the whole class.
This resource can be used to play bingo with up to six players and one caller - all you need to supply are stones or counters to play the game. The bingo boards are visually attractive with photographs of food from different food groups. Flashcards are differentiated for learners who require picture support for reading.
This resource will promote listening skills and encourage learners to listen for particular sounds whilst using the correct sentence structure to describe what they are hearing. Contains a PowerPoint presentation to introduce good listening skills, which should allow learners to tune in and listen for particular sounds.
A word mat listing key concepts with pictures numbers and words which supports the vocabulary needed to access identification of 2D and 3D shapes, the four number operations, simple fractions, numbers up to twenty, 2x, 5x, and 10x tables, coinage, o'clock, half past, quarter to and quarter past times on a clock face.