English

This subject teaches young people to speak and write fluently so that they can communicate their ideas and emotions to others, and to read and listen so that others can communicate with them. It covers all aspects of reading, writing, speaking and listening in the contexts of both language and literature.

We found 118 challenges in the Subject area 'English'

Challenge Level NLH
The learner will develop the basic skills needed to provide information in written format, including basic sentence structure, for use in everyday situations.
E1  20
The learner will develop knowledge of structure of familiar words, including sound patterns, vowels and consonants and the use of upper and lower case for use in everyday situations.
E1  30
The learner will develop the skills needed to interact effectively and appropriately when communicating with people in everyday situations.
E1  30
The learner will develop conversational and discussion skills and become an effective participant in spoken exchanges. Improving own contribution and their ability to encourage others to participate.
1  10
The learner will develop awareness of the different presentations and topics of text and identify key elements of basic sentence structure and their function for use in everyday situations.
E1  20
The learner will develop their communication skills through participation in four leisure activities that can be done in the home or in the community.
WTE1  10
The learner will apply developing knowledge and skills to use a simple dictionary in everyday situations.
E2  10
The learner will develop both reading skills and their vocabulary. The focus is on developing skills related to interpreting a range of texts.
1  20
The learner will develop their literacy and numeracy skills through planning an event and experiencing different forms of entertainment.
E1  10
The learner will develop the skills needed to speak effectively to other people to inform or request information in everyday situations.
E1  30
The learner will develop the skills needed to communicate appropriately and effectively in different situations.
E3  20
The learner will develop knowledge and skills to help increase vocabulary and to increase their ability to decode and decipher words independently.
E3  10
The learner will understand writing appropriately for audience and purpose.
2  10
The learner will develop a range of vocal and spoken language skills and be able to effectively structure spoken contributions.
1  20
The learner will develop the skills needed to write and record information for use in everyday situations.
E2  20
The learner will further develop their writing skills on paper and using technology. They will produce effectively written texts and be able to ensure that their work is accurate and clear.
1  20
The learner will develop the skills needed to listen and respond to spoken language, including information and narratives, and follow explanations and instructions.
1  20
The learner will develop knowledge and skills needed to read common words for use in everyday situations.
E1  20
The learner will develop a basic understanding of formats used in simple lists, for use in everyday situations.
E1  10
The learner will develop the skills needed to listen effectively to gain detailed or general information for use in everyday situations.
E1  10