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ESOL Language for Maths (Multiply Project)

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ESOL Language for Maths (Multiply Project)

Content & overview 

This ESOL and numeracy course is designed to develop the numeracy skills of ESOL learners and to build your confidence in recognising and using numbers in your everyday lives.

There are three units to study:

Unit 1: Introduction to number
You will develop confidence in recognising, saying and writing numbers and learn addition and subtraction in the context of a bank statement.

Unit 2: Fractions, decimals, percentages and rounding
You will learn about money and how to read prices and use decimals in the context of shopping. You will learn the names of coins and notes and practise saying, adding and subtracting prices. You will practise shopping for bargains using fractions and percentages and will have the opportunity to use them to calculate supermarket offers.

Unit 3: Metric and imperial systems of measurement
You will learn the language for weights and measures, including vocabulary for measuring equipment and metric and imperial units. You will follow a recipe further practice of weights and measures in the context of reading a recipe.

You will need to attend two mornings per week for 4 weeks.