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Modern Foreign Languages


SUBJECT OVERVIEW

The aim of the Modern Foreign Languages department is to create compelling learning experiences in which all students enjoy, make progress and achieve through language learning.  Learning languages contributes tointer-cultural understanding, a sense of global citizenship and personal fulfillment.  The ability to understand and communicate in another language is a lifelong skill for education, employment and leisure in this country and throughout the world.
 
The curriculum is based around real life situations both in a leisure and business context.  Students will have access to many different resources including interactive ICT resources, DVDs and CDs.

SCHEMES OF WORK

KEY STAGE 3

MFL

Autumn term

Spring term

Summer term

 

Year 7

 

FRENCH

Bonjour

Quel âge a tu?

Joyeux anniversaire

Dans mon sac

Students  study greetings, numbers and school life.

Les sports

Les couleurs

Les animaux

Ma famille

Students study sport, colours animals and family life.

Où j’habite

À table

Les pays

La météo

Students study countries, nationalities, food and weather.

Year 8

 

FRENCH

Moi

Les opinions

Mon école

Quelle heure est-il?

Students study descriptions of people including themselves, school life and telling the time.

Mes passetemps

Ma ville

Le weekend

La France

Students study hobbies, describing their town, what they do at the weekend and learn about French culture.

Les vacances

Au café

Mes rêves

La poésie

Students study holidays, ordering food, future plans and French poetry.

Year 9

AQA GCSE SPANISH

(1-9)

Family and friends.

Home and neighbourhood and region.

 

Technology in everyday life.

Social media

 

Free time activities.

Customs and festivals in Spanish speaking countries.

 

 
KEY STAGE 4
 

MFL

Autumn term

Spring term

Summer term

 

Year 10

AQA GCSE Spanish

(1-9)

Family and friends.

Home and neighbourhood and region.

Future plans.

Technology in everyday life.

Social media

Opinions of free time activities.

Sport

Food and drink.

Customs and festivals in Spanish speaking countries.

Local and national and international areas of interest.

Year 11

AQA GCSE Spanish

World of work and jobs.

Writing Controlled assessment.

Free time activities-

TV, film, cinema, technology

My area and town.

Healthy lifestyle

Young people and their problems

Environmental issues.

Current spec for year 11

"In Listening and Reading there are two tiers of assessment: Higher (A*-D). Students may be entered for either Foundation these two skills, eg Foundation Listening and Higher Reading

Unit 1: Listening*

20% of the marks

Foundation Tier - 30min (+5 min reading time)

Higher Tier - 40 min (+ min reading time)

A range of question types based on pre-recored spoken material in French.

 

 

 

Unit 2: Reading*

20% of the marks

Foundation Tier - 30min

Higher Tier - 50 min

A range of question types based on written material in French.

   
 

Unit 3: Speaking

Controlled Assessment (internally assessed)  30% of the marks

Students submit for moderation two tasks.

   
 

Unit 4: Writing

Controlled Assessment (externally assessed)  30% of the marks

Students submit for marking two tasks.

   
 

KEY STAGE 5

  • AQA GCE A Level Spanish and/or French: Students will learn how to gain insight into their own society by making comparisons between different countries, cultures, communities and people.  This course is excellent preparation for those who wish to study languages at university or as a starting point for a career in languages.
There is an opportunity for students to take part in a Year 12 Exchange Visit with our partner school, Colegio Santa Ana y San Rafael, in Madrid.

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The Academy of St Nicholas

51 Horrocks Avenue
Liverpool
L19 5NY
Tel: 0151 230 2570
Email: info@theacademyofstnicholas.org.uk

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