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Modern Foreign Languages – Year 3


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Intercultural Understanding

Real Life contexts

  • To listen and respond to simple rhymes, stories and songs
  • To recognise and respond to simple sound patterns and words
  • To perform simple communication tasks using ‘copy me’ strategies
  • To listen attentively to instructions, everyday classroom language and praise
  • To recognise some familiar words in written form
  • To make links between some phonemes, rhymes and spellings and read aloud familiar words
  • To experiment with the writing of simple words
  • To learn about different languages (focus on French)
  • To locate country/countries where languages are spoken
  • To identify social conventions at home in other cultures (France)
  • To make indirect or direct contact with a country where the language one of these spoken
  • To have the opportunity to practice conversational skills in role play

Reviewed by S. Trenholm, S. Gills & R. Lawler Summer Term 2012
Reviewed by N D’Inverno (Subject Leader) May 2012
Reviewed and moderated to be amended as necessary in accoradance with NC POS Sep 2014 N D’Inverno and S Panting, Subject Leaders, July 2014

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