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Cambridge ESOL: Skills for Life: Alphabet and telephone books

Level: Elementary, Pre-intermediate Type: Teaching notes

This lesson aims to help students put words in alphabetical order and locate names.

Using the alphabet to locate information is an important skill ESOL/ESL students will use every day. We take it for granted, but most students need practice. 

  • Age: Adults
  • Level: ESOL entry 2-3
  • Resources: Worksheets and some telephone books (old or new)
  • Skills focus: Alphabetical order, locating names
  • Sub Skills: English names, reading

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Readers' comments (2)

  • Hi Kathryn,

    Thanks for the lovely feedback. It's really nice to hear that you have identified some students who are able to use this resource most effectively.

    Kind regards
    The onestopenglish team

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  • This is particularly helpful for young students requiring support in learning contact details of hosts and/or schools.

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