London, SW1P 3BT 20 December I have pleasure in enclosing my final report on the remit you gave me on 7 April to look into the scope for slimming down the National Curriculum and related issues. As you will recall, the Interim Report in July made a number of firm proposals on slimmed down national tests in the core subjects, and indicated a broad way forward on the National Curriculum. This Report is concerned with developing that preliminary thinking on the National Curriculum into firm recommendations. It also makes recommendations to you and to the Secretary of State for Wales on the development of the quality and standing of teacher assessment; on reducing the work connected with that; and on the ten-level scale.
Note that a pre-course assessment may be required for this course.
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English is a qualification requested and highly regarded by many employers. It is very important for those wishing to go on to study higher-level courses at college and university.
The course provides the opportunity to study writing techniques and use these to help you develop your own ability to write with clarity and imagination.
You will also take part in speaking and listening activities to develop both your presentation and discussion skills. If you do not have either of these qualifications you must complete a pre course initial assessment. You can download this from our website www. Alternatively contact us on or by email adultsenrol priestley.
We will then be able to advise you whether the GCSE course is suitable for you. Development of the skills needed to read, understand and analyse a wide range of different texts covering the 19th, 20th and 21st century time periods.
Develop the skills needed to write clearly, coherently and accurately using a range of vocabulary and sentence structures.
Develop the skills needed to prepare and deliver a short presentation, on which you will be asked questions. The course is suitable for anyone wishing to improve their reading, writing and oral communication skills and gain a nationally recognised qualification.
You should be prepared to work independently at home between classes. This will include reading a variety of texts, some of which may be unfamiliar to you. There will be two 1hr 45 minute exams assessing writing and reading. These exams will take place at Priestley College during the day. Your tutor will inform you of exam dates.
Please be aware that these dates are set by the exam board. You will also be assessed on your spoken language. This will also take place in college but will probably be in place of one of your timetabled classes. You will prepare a 5 minute presentation and then answer questions from the class or teacher on that topic.
You will be awarded a grade of pass, merit, distinction or fail. The Functional English course is designed to give adults the English skills needed to operate confidently, effectively and independently in education, work and everyday life.
The classes are run by highly experienced tutors who are trained to motivate and support you as an adult student.
Functional Skills English is a nationally recognised qualification which stands alone or can help you to access the GCSE course. Functional English in the evening is offered at Level 1 and Level 2:Dear Twitpic Community - thank you for all the wonderful photos you have taken over the years.
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