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Minutes and Agendas (Functional Skills ICT)

This activity is part of a series of resources to help teachers delivering Edexcel Level 2 Functional Skills in ICT. All resources provided here are the strict copyright of What2Learn Ltd and must not be published elsewhere without our written consent.

In this lesson students will develop skills in following the standard layouts for minutes and agendas. They will also develop an understanding of the value of templates.

Standards addressed in this activity
  • 3.1 manage files, folders and other media storage to enable efficient information retrieval.
  • 6.1 apply a range of editing, formatting and layout techniques to meet needs.
  • 9.2 work accurately and check accuracy.
  • 10.1 evaluate the selection, use and effectiveness of ICT tools and facilities used to present information.

Click here to download the worksheet ‘Memo and Agenda’

Interactive assessments

Teachers – reduce your marking and develop your student’s knowledge and motivation with W2L games. There are several activities with the title ‘Business Documents’. The best way to play these is for students to register for a free W2L account, log in and enter share code ‘832263’ to unlock the Functional Skills ICT topic. By logging in to play the activities scores will be recorded and attainment rewarded.

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Teacher Guidance

Suggested method of delivery:

Ask students what information they would need to know before a meeting – this should lead to them developing their understanding of the required content for agendas. Students should also be shown how to access standard templates within Microsoft Word.

Full instructions for this task are on the worksheet downloadable above.

As plenaries (and home learning) for all lessons, students should be encouraged to complete the interactive assessment tasks detailed above.

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