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Modern Foreign Languages – Year 4


Download our Year 4 Modern Foreign Languages curriculum here.



Intercultural Understanding

Real Life contexts

  • To memorise and present a short spoken text
  • To listen for specific words and phrases
  • To listen for sounds, rhyme and rhythm in songs and stories
  • To ask and answer questions on a topic related to country studied ( France)
  • To read and understand a range of familiar written phrases
  • To follow a short familiar text, listening and reading at the same time
  • To read some familiar words and phrases aloud and begin to try to pronounce them accurately
  • To write simple words and phrases using a model and some words from memory
  • To learn about festivals and celebrations in different cultures ( France)
  • To know about some aspects of everyday life and compare them to their own
  • To compare traditional stories (from France)
  • 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 – bi-annual residential)

Reviewed by N D’Inverno, Subject Leader, May 2012
Reviewed by N D’Inverno (Year 4 Class teacher) May 2012
Reviewed and moderated to be amended as necessary in line with NCPOS sEP 2014, D N’Inverno and S Panting, Subject Leaders, July 2014.

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