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English ESOL Maths Science

Free-Online-Learning-Courses Advanced-Learner-Loans-5 Havering-College-Achievement-Rates-2015

The aim of this course is to encourage students to demonstrate their mathematical skills and their ability to apply these, through appropriate reasoning and decision-making, to solve realistic problems. The course encourages students to develop confidence in, and develop an appreciation of, the role played by mathematics in the world of work and life in generaL.

The aim of this course is to encourage students to demonstrate their mathematical skills and their ability to apply these, through appropriate reasoning and decision-making, to solve realistic problems. The course encourages students to develop confidence in, and develop an appreciation of, the role played by mathematics in the world of work and life in general.

You will learn how to:

  • Use numbers and the number system
  • Use common measures, shape and space
  • Handle data and information

The aim of this course is to encourage students to speak, read, listen, communicate and write clearly, accurately and confidently.

Students will learn how to:

  • Listen, understand and make relevant contributions to discussions with others in a range of contexts
  • Apply their understanding of language to adapt delivery and content to suit audience and purpose
  • Read a range of different text types confidently and fluently, applying their knowledge and understanding of texts to their own writing
  • Write texts of varying complexity, with accuracy, effectiveness, and correct spelling, punctuation and grammar

The course encourages students to demonstrate their competence in English by using it in real-world situations, as well as demonstrating a sound grasp of basic English knowledge and skills. There will be units involving speaking, listening and communicating; a reading module; and a writing module.

The aim of this course is to encourage students to speak, read, listen, communicate and write clearly, accurately and confidently. 

Students will learn how to:

  • Listen, understand and make relevant contributions to discussions with others in a range of contexts
  • Apply their understanding of language to adapt delivery and content to suit audience and purpose
  • Read a range of different text types confidently and fluently, applying their knowledge and understanding of texts to their own writing
  • Write texts of varying complexity, with accuracy, effectiveness, and correct spelling, punctuation and grammar

The course encourages students to demonstrate their competence in English by using it in real-world situations, as well as demonstrating a sound grasp of basic English knowledge and skills. There will be units involving speaking, listening and communicating; a reading module; and a writing module.

The aim of this course is to encourage students to speak, read, listen, communicate and write with increasing clarity, accuracy and effectiveness. 

Students will learn how to:

  • Listen, understand and respond to verbal communication in a range of familiar contexts
  • Acquire an understanding of everyday words and their uses and effects, and apply this understanding in different contexts
  • Read with accuracy straightforward texts encountered in everyday life and work, and develop confidence to read more widely
  • Write straightforward texts and articles with clarity and effectiveness, and demonstrate a sound grasp of spelling, punctuation and grammar

Students will, with some direction and guidance, be able to apply these functional skills to informal and some formal contexts in familiar situations. The course encourages students to demonstrate their competence in English by using it in real-world situations, as well as demonstrating a sound grasp of basic English knowledge and skills. There will be units involving speaking, listening and communicating; a reading module; and a writing module.

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