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Skills matrix: MFL

 

 

 

Skill

 

 

 

Year of learning

Aspect

 

British and school core values

Cultural Capital

Knowledge

1

Listening

listen  and respond to simple rhymes, stories and songs

can respond to topic related questions with a simple answer

Creativity- confident in trying new things

Respect- aware of other cultures

Resilience will have a go even if I get it wrong

Pen friend in another country- e twinning

Opportunities to talk with real

 

Speaking

use short phrases to express personal responses including likes, dislikes and feelings

Reading

use phonic sounds to help read aloud written words and phrases. 

Writing

write words and short phrases from memory with comprehendible spelling

2

Listening

identify and note the main points of a short spoken passage. 

Responsibility –  know some ways to be a responsible global citizen

Curiosity- try new experiences food culture

 

Weather transport

Speaking

can take part in brief prepared tasks of at least two or three exchanges, using cues to help them

Reading

read aloud a familiar sentence, rhyme or poem

can understand short texts and dialogues, made up of familiar language

Writing

write two or three short sentences on familiar topics, using aids for example, textbooks, wall charts. 

3

Listening

identify and note the main points in longer spoken passages

 

 

 

Speaking

take part in short conversations, seeking and conveying information and opinions in simple terms

 

Reading

read a variety of fiction and non-fiction and identify main points in them

Writing

can produce short pieces of writing in simple sentences

can adapt recalled phrases to create new sentences and express ideas clearly

4

Listening

identify and note the main points and specific details, including opinions in longer spoken passages

 

 

 

Speaking

can participate in a conversation, where they can ask questions, respond to others and seek help

use accurate pronunciation in spoken tasks and use intonation to make his/her meaning clear

Reading

read a text in the language and explain the main points and some smaller details.

Writing

adapt his/her recalled phrases to create new sentences and express ideas clearly in written work demonstrating an understanding of basic grammar

 

Deliberately kept as short as possible due to limited curriculum time

5 statements per year- stronger focus on one aspect each year

Add grammar strand? masc/fem/ neuter conjugation of verbs, key grammar features- pluralisation adj before noun

practical purposes/ great literature


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