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  • Quinn Lopez
    Quinn Lopez

    Step Teachers ​has been instrumental in helping me secure a functional skills English teaching job. They recognised my expertise in this area and connected me with a school that values practical language learning. Their professionalism, prompt communication, and commitment to my success were exceptional. Five stars without hesitation!

  • Rob Hawkins
    Rob Hawkins

    ​I cannot thank Step Teachers enough for their exceptional assistance in finding a functional skills English teaching job. They understood the importance of practical English education and connected me with a school that shares the same vision.

  • Allie White
    Allie White

    ​I am extremely grateful to Step Teachers for helping me secure a functional skills English teaching job. Their understanding of the specific requirements in this field and their dedication to finding the right fit were exceptional. Thanks to them, I am now in a rewarding position.

Frequently asked questions

  • To create an engaging English learning environment for functional skills students, incorporate a variety of interactive and communicative activities into your lessons. Use authentic materials such as literature, newspapers, or multimedia resources to make language learning relevant and meaningful. Encourage discussions, debates, and creative writing exercises to develop language proficiency and critical thinking skills.

  • Supporting struggling students in functional skills English involves identifying their specific needs and providing targeted support. Offer differentiated instruction, providing additional explanations, examples, or practice activities to address individual learning gaps. Use formative assessments to monitor student progress and adjust your teaching accordingly. Provide one-on-one or small-group support sessions to address specific challenges.

  • You can consider volunteering or interning at schools or educational institutions to assist English teachers or English departments. Additionally, offering private tutoring in English, participating in literacy-focused community programs, or assisting with after-school English language clubs can provide hands-on experience working with students in a functional skills English context.

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