First Steps Women’s Centre


thewomenscentre@gmail.com 028 8772 7648
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Course Duration:    24 weeks two days per week 3 hour class

Mondays & Wednesdays  -  9.45am - 12.45pm

Entry Requirements:  Must complete an initial assessment and have passed Entry 2

Course Summary

Speaking & Listening:
• Obtaining/Providing specific information
• Following instructions
• Correct pronunciation
• Contribute to discussions

Reading
• Be able to gain meaning from text
• Be able to identify the purpose of text
• Be able to find information in text.
• Be able to order words alphabetically

Writing
• Be able to produce simple text for a given audience.
• Be able to complete a form.

Assessment:
Speaking & listening: 3 Recorded tasks

Reading: 7 tasks – (Multiple choices) - for main points and events, meaning of words and phrases. Use of images for meaning and alphabetical order ( 1st and second letter).

Writing: 2 writing task one of which is a form

  • Present information in an appropriate format for the intended audience.
  • Structure main points in short paragraphs.
  • Sequence text chronologically
  • Use adjectives, punctuation and upper and lower case letters correctly.
  • Spell correctly and use grammar correctly
  • Record personal details in a form correctly
  • Complete a form with open and closed responses correctly.

Progression Routes: Level 1 ESOL Course

Course Commences   -       Monday 9th September 2019  - 9.45am - 12.45pm &

                                        Wednesday 11th September 2019  -  9.45am - 12.45pm

24 Weeks


If you are interested in this course please contact This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or Tel: (028) 87727648

Or click here to apply online

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