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									Pathfinder Project South Thames College
         SCHEME OF WORK
Course: New Deal               Lecturer(s) : Bisi Akinola-Arutoghor                                 Easter 2003
                                                                                                               Curriculum Reference
Topic/Context         Accreditation/Grammar/               Outcomes/component skills/
                      Functions/ Vocabulary                knowledge+understanding

Job Search

Selling Yourself      Use of adjectives to describe        Students should be able to sell themselves to           Rw/E2.4-obtain information from a simplified dictionary to find the
                      skills and qualities.                employees, verbally and in the written form, using      meaning of unfamiliar words. Ws/E2.1a –Record information on forms
                                                           appropriate language.                                   Ws/E2.1b –compose simple text, selecting appropriate format for the
                                                                                                                   purpose. Ws/E2.2a – Use adjectives. Ws/E2.3a – use punctuation
                                                                                                                   correctly, e.g. capital letters, full stops and question marks.



Jobs                  Different types of jobs, what is     Students should be able to match skills and abilities   Rt/E2.1b – Obtain information from texts. Rt/E2.3 - identify a range of
                      needed, qualities, skills,           to jobs in general and to know which job would be       common sources of information where everyday information can be
                      experience and qualifications.       appropriate to them and to match their skills and       found. Lr/E2.1b – listen for gist in a short passage, e.g. TV or radio.
                      Articles. Present simple             ability to these jobs.                                  Lr/E2.1c – Listen for a gist in a conversation.Lr/E2.2a – listen for detail
                                                                                                                   in short narratives and explanations.Lr/E2.3c extract straightforward
                                                                                                                   information for a specific purpose.



Job adverts           Passive and Present simple           Student should be able to read and understand job       Rt/E2.2 –Understand and identify straightforward texts.
                                                           adverts from newspapers and the internet.

Application           Terminology e.g. gender, Capital /   Students should be able to access and complete          Rw/E2.1a – recognise word on forms related to personal information and
Forms                 block letters and use of             application forms following instructions: use black     understand explicit and implicit instructions. Rw/E2.2a – recognise a
                      imperatives.                         pen. Should be able to proof read completed             range of familiar words and words with common spelling patterns.
                                                           application forms and phone or write for an             Wt/E2.1a – compose simple text, selecting appropriate format for
                                                           application form.                                       purpose. Ws/E2.1a –Record information on forms. Ws/E2.2a – Use
                                                                                                                   adjectives. Ws/E2.3a – use punctuation correctly, e.g. capital letters, full
                                                                                                                   stops and question marks. Ww/E2.1a –Spell correctly the majority of
                                                                                                                   personal details and familiar common words. Ww/E2.2a – Produce
                                                                                                                   legible text. Sc/E2.2 – Make requests ask for things or action. Sc/E2.4 –
                                                                                                                   ask for clarification and explanation. Wt/E2. 2a – produce eligible text.




Ck/path/report/new deal/new deal scheme of work EASTER COURSE 2/Peter Savage Jones
Pathfinder Project South Thames College
Course: New Deal               Lecturer(s) : Bisi Akinola-Arutoghor                                  Easter 2003
                                                                                                                Curriculum Reference
Topic/Context         Accreditation/Grammar/               Outcomes/component skills/
                      Functions/ Vocabulary                knowledge+understanding




C.V’s                 Format for writing C.V.’s:           Students should be able to draft; write and proof read      Wt/E2.1a – compose simple text, selecting appropriate format for
                      language used, information           C.V to specification.                                       purpose. Ws/E2.1a –Record information on forms. Ws/E2.2a – Use
                      needed to be included i.e.                                                                       adjectives. Ws/E2.3a – use punctuation correctly, e.g. capital letters, full
                      education, profile, qualification,                                                               stops and question marks. Ww/E2.1a –Spell correctly the majority of
                      and reference. Past simple,                                                                      personal details and familiar common words. Ww/E2.2a – Produce
                      prepositions of time, adjectives.                                                                legible text


Letter Writing        Modals and forms: Could you?         Students should be able to write a formal letter to         Wt/E2.1a – compose simple text, selecting appropriate format for
                      Would you? Present and past          apply for jobs; cover letter/letter of application, using   purpose. Ws/E2.3a – use punctuation correctly, e.g. capital letters, full
                      simple. Formal language e.g.         correct punctuation, language and layout.                   stops and question marks. Ww/E2.1a –Spell correctly the majority of
                      Would be grateful.                                                                               personal details and familiar common words. Ww/E2.2a – Produce
                                                                                                                       legible text



Internet Job          ICT Skills                           Students should be able to use search engines to find       Rt/E2.3- identify a range of common sources of information where
search                                                     jobs.                                                       everyday information can be found.




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