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ESOL Entry Level Award - Writing (Hillcroft)
L01117

You will work on improving your speaking, listening, reading, writing, grammar, spelling and punctuation skills for everyday use in life and work. You will work on improving your writing skills so that by the end of the course you are able to write a variety of everyday texts for different purposes, accurately and fluently.

On this course you will learn how to:
Learn some English words and phrases to use in writing
Write simple sentences with some basic grammar and punctuation.
Write some straightforward personal information for every day purposes.

Entry Requirements

How much homework will I need to do outside of class?
Your teacher will set homework each week for you. It is important that you complete the homework? Students who do homework make better progress.
What will happen if I miss a class?
Please inform your teacher if you are unable to attend a class. Students are expected to attend at least 90% of their classes.
When will exams take place?
Your teacher will advise you when they are. Exams are usually at the end of the course.
Do I need any special equipment?
Please bring an English/English dictionary, a pen and a folder to keep your work in.
What books do I need?
Your teacher will tell you.
What software do I need?
Your teacher will show you useful websites and you can use the computers in the Learning Centres.
Is there any tutorial support?
Your teacher will meet with you individually at least once a term to help you improve areas of weakness.
If you feel you need any further support, you can speak to your tutor. Does the class include a break?
Classes include a 10-15 minute comfort break.
Is there a minimum age? Minimum age is 16.
When are the classes held? Classes are held during term time only.
You can find more information about this in the Terms Dates section.
How big are the classes? Class sizes are a minimum of 12 and a maximum of 19 (depending on classroom size).