Subject Learning Map for MFL

Autumn 1

Year 3

Year 4

(and Y5 and Y6 for 2020-21)

Year 5

(Follow Year 4 2020-2021)

Year 6

(Follow Year 4 2020-2021)

Topic Title

Greetings

Simple classroom instructions

Numbers 1-12

Greetings and Feelings

Numbers 1-20

Days of the week (Text: The Very Hungry Caterpillar)

Greetings ( see you later, see you soon, see you tomorrow) and feelings

Numbers 1-30

Transport

Greeting people appropriately (Madame/Monsieur)

European day of Languages

Introducing myself

Numbers 1-40

Key Content (Skills/knowledge)

Listening: 

Listen and understand some words and short phrases.

Speaking:

Repeat a range of familiar words and short phrases using clear pronunciation.

Begin to respond to simple questions with one word/ short answers.

Reading:

Recognise some familiar words and short phrases.

Writing:

Copy some words / phrases and experiment with writing some simple words from memory with plausible spelling.

Listening:

Listen to and understand a range of words, short phrases and instructions.

Speaking:

Say a range of familiar words and short phrases from memory. Respond to pre learned questions and begin to ask a couple of simple questions.

Reading: Understand and read out familiar written phrases.

Writing:

Write simple words and some short phrases from memory with understandable spelling.

Listening:

Listen to and understand some points from a short spoken passage made up of familiar language.

Speaking:

To ask and answer a range of simple questions. Say some short phrases independently, within a familiar topic.

Reading:

Read and understand familiar words, phrases and short sentences.

Writing:

Write words and phrases and short, simple sentences - with support.

Listening:

Listen to and understand the main points from a short passage of familiar words and basic phrases.

Speaking:
Have a simple conversation with a partner – asking and answering questions and giving opinions.

Reading:

Read and understand the main points from a short written passage on a familiar topic (eg: postcard/ email)

Writing:

Write a short text on a familiar topic, using simple sentences and adapting language already learnt.

KPIs

Understand that different languages are spoken around the world.

Begin to understand a few familiar spoken words and phrases.

Say and repeat single words and short phrases.

Experiment with writing or copying simple words.

Understand a range of familiar spoken phrases.

Answer simple questions and give basic information.

Read out familiar phrases.

I can write a few short sentences to a model.

Understand the main points from a short spoken passage of familiar language.

Ask and answer simple questions.

Understand written phrases and short sentences.

I can write a few short sentences with support.

Understand the main points from a spoken passage in simple sentences.

Understand the main points from a short written text.

Ask and respond to questions in the given language.

Take part in a simple conversation.

I can write a short text on a familiar topic.

Core Vocabulary

‘Francophone’

Salut! - Hi!

Bonjour! – Good morning

Bonsoir! – good evening

Au revoir! - Goodbye!

Bonne apres midi – good afternoon

Bonne nuit – good night

Ecoutez - listen

Regardez - watch

Asseyez vous correctement – sit properly

Taisez Vous – be quiet

Levez vous – stand up

Leve la main – put your hand up

French numbers 1-12

La Toussaint

Salut! - Hi!

Bonjour! – Good morning

Bonsoir! – good evening

Au revoir! - Goodbye!

Bonne apres midi – good afternoon

Bonne nuit – good night

Comment ca-va?/ Comment vas -tu?

Je vais tres bien – I’m very well

Je vais bien – I’m well

Ca-va – I’m ok

Comme ci-comme ca

Ca va mal – I’m bad

Pas tres bien – I’m not very good/well

French numbers 1-20 (see plans)

lundi - Monday

mardi - Tuesday

mercredi - Wed

jeudi - Thursday

vendredi - Friday

samedi - Saturday

dimanche - Sunday

Aujourd’hui - today

Demain- tomorrow

Hier- yesterday

Autumn 2

Year 3

Year 4

Year 5

Year 6

Topic Title

How old are you?

My name is

Useful phrases

French Christmas traditions and some phrases

Body parts

Describing myself

Nativity Story in French

My school day – comparisons to a French school day

Opinions-likes and dislikes.

Opinions about the school day.

French Christmas traditions – comparisons to UK.

Weather and seasons

Months of the year

Birthdays

French Christmas – comparisons to around the world.

Writing letters to Santa

Key Content

(Skills/knowledge)

See Autumn 1 – key skills and knowledge taught throughout the year through different topics.

KPIs

Understand that different languages are spoken around the world.

Begin to understand a few familiar spoken words and phrases.

Say and repeat single words and short phrases.

Experiment with writing or copying simple words.

Understand a range of familiar spoken phrases.

Answer simple questions and give basic information.

Read out familiar phrases.

I can write a few short sentences to a model.

Understand the main points from a short spoken passage of familiar language.

Ask and answer simple questions.

Understand written phrases and short sentences.

I can write a few short sentences with support.

Understand the main points from a spoken passage in simple sentences.

Understand the main points from a short written text.

Ask and respond to questions in French.

Take part in a simple conversation.

I can write a short text on a familiar topic.

Core Vocabulary

Quel âge as-tu?

J’ai ….. ans

Comment t’appelles-tu?

Je m’appelle…

Merci – thank you

Merci beaucoup – thank you very much

S’il vous plait- please

Pardon - sorry

Oui/ non – yes/no

Excuse-moi – excuse me

Joyeux Noël!

Voici [this is],

la tête [head],

les épaules [shoulder],

les genoux [knees], les pieds [feet],

les yeux [eyes],

les oreilles [ears],

la bouche [mouth], le nez [nose],

oui [yes], non [no].

Un visage (face) Des yeux (eyes) Des oreilles (ears) Un nez (nose)

 Des joues (cheeks) Une bouche (mouth)

 Un menton (chin)

Des cheveux (hair) Des lèvres (lips) Des dents (teeth)

Je suis grand (I am tall) Je suis petit (I am short) J’ai des grands pieds (I have big feet) J’ai un petit nez (I have a small nose) J’ai des cheveux bouclés (I have curly hair)J’ai des cheveux raides (I have straight hair) J’ai des cheveux blonds (I have blonde hair) J’ai des cheveux longs ( I have long hair) J’ai des cheveux courts (I have short hair) Je porte des lunettes (I wear glasses)

Spring 1

Year 3

Year 4

Year 5

Year 6

Topic Title

Colours (Petit Poisson Blanc book)

Hobbies

Pets  and farm animals - describing size and colour of animals

Telling the time

Clothes

Phrases for spotty, stiped, checked.

La Fete des Rois

Food in France

Food – likes and dislikes

Key Content (Skills/knowledge)

See Autumn 1 – key skills and knowledge taught throughout the year through different topics.

     

KPIs

Understand that different languages are spoken around the world.

Begin to understand a few familiar spoken words and phrases.

Say and repeat single words and short phrases.

Experiment with writing or copying simple words.

Understand a range of familiar spoken phrases.

Answer simple questions and give basic information.

Read out familiar phrases.

I can write a few short sentences to a model.

Understand the main points from a short spoken passage of familiar language.

Ask and answer simple questions.

Understand written phrases and short sentences.

I can write a few short sentences with support.

Understand the main points from a spoken passage in simple sentences.

Understand the main points from a short written text.

Ask and respond to questions in French.

Take part in a simple conversation.

I can write a short text on a familiar topic.

Core Vocabulary

rouge – red

bleu – blue

vert – green

jaune - yellow

noir – black

blanc – white

orange – orange

rose – pink

violet(te) – purple

gris(e) – grey

marron – brown

touchez quelque chose de…

-          Touch something…

arc- en ciel - rainbow

un lapin - a rabbit

un cochon d’Inde - guinea pig

un hamster

une souris - mouse

un poney

un poisson - fish

un chaton - kitten

un chiot - puppy

J’ai un animal de compagnie - a pet

 J’ai un

un cheval - I have a horse

un mouton - sheep

un lapin - rabbit

une poule - hen

une vache - cow

un agneau - lamb

une chèvre - goat

un poulet - chicken

un canard - duck

un âne - donkey

rouge – red

bleu – blue

vert – green

jaune - yellow

noir – black

blanc – white

orange – orange

rose – pink

violet(te) – purple

gris(e) – grey

marron – brown

grand - big

petit - small

gros - fat

mince - thin

long - long

court - short

lourd - heavy

léger- light

ils sont - they are

c’est - it is

Spring 2

Year 3

Year 4

Year 5

Year 6

Topic Title

Family members

Pets

Easter

Zoo animals – African animals

(Text: Cher Zoo)

Easter - French traditions

Sports

keeping fit

Easter- comparisons

Reading menus

Ordering at a cafe

Easter- comparisons

Key Content

(Skills/knowledge)

See Autumn 1 – key skills and knowledge taught throughout the year through different topics.

KPIs

Understand that different languages are spoken around the world.

Begin to understand a few familiar spoken words and phrases.

Say and repeat single words and short phrases.

Experiment with writing or copying simple words.

Understand a range of familiar spoken phrases.

Answer simple questions and give basic information.

Read out familiar phrases.

I can write a few short sentences to a model.

Understand the main points from a short spoken passage of familiar language.

Ask and answer simple questions.

Understand written phrases and short sentences.

I can write a few short sentences with support.

Understand the main points from a spoken passage in simple sentences.

Understand the main points from a short written text.

Ask and respond to questions in French.

Take part in a simple conversation.

I can write a short text on a familiar topic.

Core Vocabulary

un lapin - a rabbit

un cochon d’Inde - guinea pig

un hamster

une souris - mouse

un poney

un poisson - fish

un chat - cat

un chien - dog

J’ai un animal de compagnie - a pet

 J’ai un

Joyeuses Pâques

Pâques

La chasse aux oeufs - egg hunt

le poussin - chick

les oeufs - eggs

les bonbons - sweets

les cloches-bells

le chocolat - chocolate

l’agneau - lamb

le lapin - lamb

la poule - hen

un lion

un tigre

un éléphant

un gorille

un zèbre

une giraffe

un ours

un pingouin

un crocodile

un dauphin

Cher Zoo - dear zoo, un éléphant, une girafe, un chameau - camel, un serpent, un singe - monkey, une grenouille - frog, un chien

Il y a… - there is…

il était troup…

grand(e)- big

gros(se) - fat

lourd(e) - heavy

grincheux - grumpy

feroce - fierce

effrayant - scary

effronte - cheeky

parfait - perfect

Joyeuses Pâques

Pâques

La chasse aux oeufs - egg hunt

le poussin - chick

les oeufs - eggs

les bonbons - sweets

les cloches-bells

le chocolat - chocolate

l’agneau - lamb

le lapin - lamb

la poule - hen

le paquerette - daisy

Summer 1

Year 3

Year 4

Year 5

Year 6

Topic Title

Where I live:

-what country

-towns/ villages/ countryside

- my house – different rooms.

Handa’s surprise

  • Fruits
  • Numbers
  • colours

Healthy eating (to tie in with healthy eating week)

Bastille day celebrations

Towns- places in town, directions

Shopping and buying a gift

Asking questions

Talking about the future

Key Content (Skills/knowledge)

See Autumn 1 – key skills and knowledge taught throughout the year through different topics.

     

KPIs

Understand that different languages are spoken around the world.

Begin to understand a few familiar spoken words and phrases.

Say and repeat single words and short phrases.

Experiment with writing or copying simple words.

Understand a range of familiar spoken phrases.

Answer simple questions and give basic information.

Read out familiar phrases.

I can write a few short sentences to a model.

Understand the main points from a short spoken passage of familiar language.

Ask and answer simple questions.

Understand written phrases and short sentences.

I can write a few short sentences with support.

Understand the main points from a spoken passage in simple sentences.

Understand the main points from a short written text.

Ask and respond to questions in French.

Take part in a simple conversation.

I can write a short text on a familiar topic.

Core Vocabulary

Summer 2

Year 3

Year 4

Year 5

Year 6

Topic Title

Revision of all topics.

Revision of all topics.

Revision of all topics.        

Revision of all topics. 

Key Content

(Skills/knowledge)

See Autumn 1 – key skills and knowledge taught throughout the year through different topics.

KPIs

Understand that different languages are spoken around the world.

Begin to understand a few familiar spoken words and phrases.

Say and repeat single words and short phrases.

Experiment with writing or copying simple words.

Understand a range of familiar spoken phrases.

Answer simple questions and give basic information.

Read out familiar phrases.

I can write a few short sentences to a model.

Understand the main points from a short spoken passage of familiar language.

Ask and answer simple questions.

Understand written phrases and short sentences.

I can write a few short sentences with support.

Understand the main points from a spoken passage in simple sentences.

Understand the main points from a short written text.

Ask and respond to questions in French.

Take part in a simple conversation.

I can write a short text on a familiar topic.

Core Vocabulary