French at St Mark's...
At St Mark's we focus on French throughout Key Stage 2 as this is one of the main languages taught by our feeder secondary schools. We aim to heighten the children's understanding of a different culture and foster a growing interest in speaking another language.
Key Stage 2 Objectives
Pupils should be taught to:
Please see below for the French Curriculum Plan, created by Subject Lead Mrs Jo Hunt
What does "Mastery" in French actually look like?
Children working at greater depth in French should show flair and curiosity for language and its culture. They eagerly engage in learning new vocabulary, building on their current knowledge and seek to learn new phrases which they can apply within their spoken and written work. They will play with language and develop a greater understanding of grammatical rules and the start to link matching sound words from previous topics.
Top Tips for Parents...
Wibbly Wobbly Web Links..
(for food and drink) http://primarygamesarena.com/Play/Food-and-drink-in-the-French-l-2127
(for fruit and vegetables) http://primarygamesarena.com/Play/Fruit-and-vegetables-in-French-2111
http://www.nicurriculum.org.uk/pl/ (just make sure you take the mute off particularly in stories/rhymes)
http://www.french-games.net/ There are little ‘lessons’ to learn new vocabulary and then games linked to this.
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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