"Enjoy , Believe , Achieve"
Modern Foreign Languages – Year 5
Download our Year 5 Modern Foreign Languages curriculum here.
Real Life contexts
- To prepare and practice a simple script
- To understand and express simple opinions
- To listen attentively and understand more instructions/classroom phrases
- To prepare a short presentation on a familiar topic
- To re-read frequently a variety of short texts
- To make simple sentences and short texts
- To write words, phrases and short sentences, using a reference/model
- To look at further aspects of their everyday lives from the perspective of someone from another country
- To recognise similarities and differences between places
- To compare symbols, objects or products which represent their own culture with those of another country
- To have the opportunity to practice conversational skills in role play
- To develop conversational skills needed for shopping – in preparation for French residential in Year 5/6 (bi-annual residential)
Rviewed by CN/CA Summer 2012
Reviewed by N D’Inverno (subject leader) May 2012
Reviewed and moderated to be amended as necessary in accordance to specialist teaching and NC POS Sep 2014 N D’Inverno and S Panting, Subject Leaders, July 2014
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