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Languages

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Mr J Sharp

Foreign Languages Subject Leader


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In Key Stage 2 Foreign Languages is delivered through four strands:

  1. Oracy
  2. Literacy
  3. Intercultural Understanding
  4. Knowledge about Language

Breadth of Study

  • Personal and social life
  • The world around us
  • Everyday activities
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Oracy

Year 3

  • Identify rhyming words
  • Perform finger rhymes and sing songs
  • Respond to key questions
  • Repeat a sequence of spoken words
  • Understand five classroom instructions and praise words

Year 4

  • Learn finger rhymes
  • Practise asking and answering questions with a partner
  • Listen for a classroom instruction and act upon it
  • Develop and perform simple role plays
  • Compare different sounds

Year 5

  • Agree and disagree with statements
  • Understand and express likes and dislikes
  • Understand the main points from speech which includes unfamiliar language
  • Memorise and present a set of instructions
  • Recall and use words, phrases and sentences

Year 6

  • Listen attentively, retell and discuss the main ideas
  • Agree or disagree with statements made about a spoken passage
  • Present a short piece of narrative either from memory or by reading aloud
  • Develop a role play or presentation and perform to the class
  • Understand the gist of spoken passages contain complex sentences

Year 3

  • Identify and read simple classroom words
  • Read aloud a familiar sentence, rhyme or poem
  • Pronounce letters and make links between phonemes and spellings
  • Write simple, familiar words using a model
  • Write some single words from memory

Year 4

  • Match phrases and short sentences to pictures or themes
  • Identify non-fiction texts by their style or layout
  • Read aloud words they use regularly
  • Write words from memory linked to familiar words
  • Write labels for work on wall displays and in their books

Year 5

  • Read fiction and non-fiction texts
  • Make sentences using single word cards
  • Express opinions
  • Understand that the order of words influence the meaning
  • Choose words and phrases and write them as picture captions
  • Use a bilingual dictionary to check the spelling

Year 6

  • Read and respond to an extract of a story or email message
  • Give true or false responses to statements about a written passage
  • Read and understand the gist of a story or simple magazine article
  • Listen carefully to a model and reconstitute a sentence or paragraph
  • Construct a short text to give a description or tell a story
  • Become more proficient using a bilingual dictionary to check the spelling

Year 3

  • Recognise different languages spoken around the world
  • Locate where languages are spoken in the world
  • Identify now to address people in the target country

Year 4

  • Compare festivals in target language
  • Compare traditional tales in English and target language
  • Know the different ways to travel to countries where target languages are spoken

Year 5

  • Understand everyday lives in target country
  • Recognise similarities and differences of education, food and culture
  • Compare objects and products of their own culture and that of the target country

Year 6

  • Compare attitudes and everyday life of pop music in the target country
  • Present information about an aspect of culture from the target country

Year 3

  • Identify and know specific sounds, phonemes and words
  • Imitate pronunciation
  • Know the letters of the alphabet
  • Recognise question forms and negatives
  • Take turns in small groups

Year 4

  • Recognise categories of words both written and spoken
  • Apply simple agreements to plurals
  • Understand the functions of verbs and to change from ‘I’ to ‘you’
  • Use question forms
  • Apply knowledge of the foreign language in order to decode text

Year 5

  • Develop accuracy when writing sentences using plurals and subjects
  • Apply knowledge of language rules to create longer sentences
  • Understand and use negative statements
  • Understand that words will not always have a direct equivalent in the foreign language
  • Apply phonic and whole word knowledge

Year 6

  • Recognise the importance and significance of intonation
  • Present information and personal ideas
  • Use knowledge of word order and sentence construction to understand written text
  • Notice and use agreements
  • Create spoken and written language using connectives, past tense and subject change
  • Devise questions to use