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Curriculum Intent - Languages

 

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Characteristics of a John Bamford Linguist 

Implementation

 

Cycle 1

Autumn 1

Autumn 2

Spring 1

Spring 2

Summer 1

Summer 2

Years 1 and 2

Answer the register in French

 

Listening to and singing ‘London’s Burning’ in French

 

Counting 1 – 10

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Answer the register in French

 

Singing

 

Counting 1 – 10

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Answer the register in French

 

Singing

 

Counting 1 – 10

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Listen to Little Red Riding Hood in French

 

Answer the register in French

 

Singing

 

Counting 1 – 10

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Listen to national fairy tales in French

 

Introduction of lessons:

 

 

Hello, my name is …

Emotions

Family

Singing

Listening to stories

 

Counting 1 – 10

Descriptions of pets

Describing my friend

Singing

Listening to stories

 

Years 3 and 4

* These objectives will be taught throughout the term through various topics e.g. holidays, greetings, festivals – KW and FB to update half-termly.

Reading:

Recognise written phrases

Read and understand familiar phrases

Read carefully and show understanding phrases and sentences

 

Writing:

Write familiar words and short phrases using models

Write simple sentences, leading to more complex sentences

Write short sentences from memory

Begin to write in short paragraphs

Understand basic grammar

 

Speaking:

Speak clearly, working hard on pronunciation

Speak in sentences

Take part in songs, stories and games

 

Listening:

Show understanding by responding to instructions

Listen to stories and be able to understand certain words

Begin to identify phonemes that are the same in the English language

Appreciate stories, songs and rhymes

Show understanding by joining in discussions and responding

 

Greetings

Naming people and asking their name

Numbers 1 – 10

Family members

Age

Counting to 20

Animals

Learning a song in French

Playground games

Months of the year

Numbers to 31

Birthdays

Things I do well

Colours

Parts of the body

Colours

Adjectival agreement

Physical description

Story: Four Friends

Building on their knowledge of colours and verbs

Imperative verbs

Negative sentences

Perform a play

Vegetables

Life cycle of a plant

Asking for items

Role play of buying vegetables at a supermarket

Jack and the Beanstalk

Years 5 and 6

* These objectives will be taught throughout the term through various topics e.g. holidays, greetings, festivals – KW and FB to update half-termly.

Reading:

Recognise familiar words in short written texts.

Recognise cognates.

Read and understand short texts and pick out some of details.

 

Writing:

Write short paragraphs in past tense.

Use knowledge of grammar when writing.

Include words to enhance writing e.g. adjectives, adverbs.

Use dictionaries and glossaries to check words.

 

Speaking:

Be understood with little or no difficulty.

Extend sentences giving more information and reasoning using conjunctions.

Communicate with a partner, seeking and giving information.

 

Listening:

Engage in conversations and respond accurately.

Ask and answer questions with confidence.

Listen to a poem and dissect its meaning.

Enjoy and take part in stories, songs and rhymes.

Understand the main points and opinions in spoken passages.

Greetings

Naming people and asking their name

Numbers 1 – 10

Family members

Age

Sound and spelling links

Phonics in common words

Counting to 20

Animals

Learning a song in French

Playground games

Transport

Countries

Weather

Building sentences

Future tense

 

Simple opinions

Opinions with reasons

Numbers up to 69

 

Story: Little Red Riding Hood (developing memory)

Masculine, feminine and plural

Read a script

Ball sports

Revisit days of the week to create a diary

Past tense

Healthy eating

 

 

 

Cycle 2

Autumn 1

Autumn 2

Spring 1

Spring 2

Summer 1

Summer 2

Years 1 and 2

 

 

 

 

 

Answer the register in French

 

Singing

 

Counting 1 – 20

Add translated key vocabulary to displays

 

 

Answer the register in French

 

Singing

 

Counting 1 – 20

Add translated key vocabulary to displays

 

Answer the register in French

 

Singing

 

Counting 1 – 20

Add translated key vocabulary to displays

 

Answer the register in French

 

Singing

 

Counting 1 – 20

Add translated key vocabulary to displays

 

Answer the register in French

 

Singing

 

Counting 1 – 20

Add translated key vocabulary to displays

 

Singing heads, shoulders, knees and toes in French.

 

Answer the register in French

 

Singing

 

Counting 1 – 20

Add translated key vocabulary to displays

 

Years 3 and 4

* These objectives will be taught throughout the term through various topics e.g. holidays, greetings, festivals – KW and FB to update half-termly.

Reading:

Recognise written phrases

Read and understand familiar phrases

Read carefully and show understanding phrases and sentences

 

Writing:

Write familiar words and short phrases using models

Write simple sentences, leading to more complex sentences

Write short sentences from memory

Begin to write in short paragraphs

Understand basic grammar

 

Speaking:

Speak clearly, working hard on pronunciation

Speak in sentences

Take part in songs, stories and games

 

Listening:

Show understanding by responding to instructions

Listen to stories and be able to understand certain words

Begin to identify phonemes that are the same in the English language

Appreciate stories, songs and rhymes

Show understanding by joining in discussions and responding

 

Transport

Countries

Weather

Building sentences

Future tense

 

Simple opinions

Opinions with reasons

Numbers up to 69

 

Story: Little Red Riding Hood (developing memory)

Masculine, feminine and plural

Read a script

Ball sports

Revisit days of the week to create a diary

Past tense

Healthy eating

Colours

Adjectives

Animals

Animal noises

Habitats

Weather (including weather report and temperatures)

Dressing for the weather

Revisiting numbers

 

Years 5 and 6

* These objectives will be taught throughout the term through various topics e.g. holidays, greetings, festivals – KW and FB to update half-termly.

Reading:

Recognise familiar words in short written texts.

Recognise cognates.

Read and understand short texts and pick out some of details.

 

Writing:

Write short paragraphs in past tense.

Use knowledge of grammar when writing.

Include words to enhance writing e.g. adjectives, adverbs.

Use dictionaries and glossaries to check words.

 

Speaking:

Be understood with little or no difficulty.

Extend sentences giving more information and reasoning using conjunctions.

Communicate with a partner, seeking and giving information.

 

Listening:

Engage in conversations and respond accurately.

Ask and answer questions with confidence.

Listen to a poem and dissect its meaning.

Enjoy and take part in stories, songs and rhymes.

Understand the main points and opinions in spoken passages.

Year 5

Transport

Countries

Weather

Building sentences

Future tense

 

Simple opinions

Opinions with reasons

Numbers up to 69

 

Story: Little Red Riding Hood (developing memory)

Masculine, feminine and plural

Read a script

Ball sports

Revisit days of the week to create a diary

Past tense

Healthy eating

Colours

Adjectives

Animals

Animal noises

Habitats

Weather (including weather report and temperatures)

Dressing for the weather

Revisiting numbers

 

Year 5/6  - Year 6

Foods - Likes and dislikes

Lunchtime (including past tense)

Building sentences

Following a recipe – imperative verbs

Music – instruments – Likes and dislikes / sharing opinion

Speaking around ‘going to a concert’

The X-Factor – a pop star interview

Planets

Colours

Adjectives for size

Prepositions

Compound sentences

Presentation of their learning

Alphabet

Spelling

Places in a town

Directions

Clothes

Third person – he wears, she wears

Colours

Describing an outfit using opinions and conjunctions

Past tense – irregular verbs

Seasons

Past tense weather

Opposite adjectives (warm/cold)

Write a poem

Perform poem

  
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