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Modern Foreign Languages – Year 6


Download our Year 6 Modern Foreign Languages curriculum here.



Intercultural Understanding

Real Life contexts

  • To understand the main points in a simple story or song
  • To perform to an audience
  • To understand longer and more complex phrases/sentences
  • To use some spoken language to sustain a simple conversation or tell a story
  • To read and understand the main points from a short story
  • To identify different test types and read a short text for enjoyment or for information
  • To match some sounds to sentences and a simple paragraph
  • To write sentences on a topic using a model
  • To compare attitudes towards aspects of everyday life (in France)
  • To recognise and understand some of the differences between people
  • To present information about an aspect of a culture
  • To have the opportunity to practice conversational skills in role play.
  • French residential in the Autumn term (bi-annual)

Reviewed by KP, AD, JB Summer 2012
Reviewed by N D’Inverno (Subject Leader) May 2012
Subject Leaders July 2014
Reviewed and moderated to be amended as necessary in accordance to specialist teaching and NC POS Sep 2014 N D’Inverno and S Panting.

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