This talk was designed to demonstrate practical activities for the ESOL classroom that can be used to support the development of speaking and listening skills.
Participants were provided with a solid overview of Trinity’s Activities for Integration support packs that are designed to promote higher levels of social engagement and inclusion. The presenter explored a selection of lesson activities from Entry 1 to Level 2 that allow students to draw upon their own day-to-day living experiences, communicate authentically and succeed in their exams.
About Trinity ESOL: Activities for Integration
This new teacher support pack is designed to help address the challenges learners face when integrating into their communities and into wider society. They provide teachers with a coherent and highly practical set of materials at pre-entry, Entry 1-3, and Levels 1-2 of the Adult ESOL Core Curriculum.
They can be used flexibly as a basis for any ESOL lesson, or to support students who are preparing for Trinity’s Step 1 and Step 2 Awards or ESOL Skills for Life exams. Every lesson includes clear objectives, comprehensive teaching notes, handouts and exam tips where relevant.
The Trinity ESOL: Activities for Integration support packs are available in two versions – one for face-to-face delivery, and one for online teaching environments. They are freely available in the ESOL resources area of the Trinity website.
Note: This recording supersedes a previous recording.