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Year 7 Aut 1 Aut 2 Spr 1 Spr 2 Sum 1 Sum 2
TOPIC Introduction to basics Introducing me and my family Where I live School Free-Time French/Spanish culture (film projects)
KNOWLEDGE TAUGHT AlphabetSchool bag items ColoursNumbers Birthdays Present tense  Countries and nationality Family membersAnimalsAppearance Personality  Types of houseLocationRooms in the house Furniture Places in townDirections  School subjectsSchool routineTimeTimetableTeachers Facilities School rules  SportsFree time activitiesMusical instrumentsWeekend plansPresent tense  Description of characters OpinionsFilm genresCultural aspects of French/Spanish-speaking countries 
SKILLS DEVELOPED(Include any trips and visits.) Literacy e.g. reading comprehension Grammar e.g. pronouns, articles, adjective agreements   Listening, writing and speaking Literacy e.g. reading comprehension Grammar e.g. present tense, possessive pronouns   Listening, writing and speaking Literacy e.g. reading comprehension Grammar e.g. infinitive verbs, imperative verbs, prepositions   Listening, writing and speaking Literacy e.g. reading comprehension Grammar e.g. reflexive verbs, negation, conditional tense   Listening, writing and  speaking Literacy e.g. reading comprehension Grammar e.g. irregular verbs, near future tense,    Listening, writing and speaking Literacy e.g. reading comprehension Grammar e.g. irregular verbs, near future tense,    Listening, writing and speaking
ASSESSMENTS(Minimum two per half term, with focussed marking.) 1. Weekly vocabulary tests  1. Weekly vocabulary tests2. KC1 1. Weekly vocabulary tests2. KC2 1. Weekly vocabulary tests2. KC3 1. Weekly vocabulary tests  1. Weekly vocabulary tests2. End of Year Summative Assessment
HOME LEARNING(To be made available via Century Tech; one per week.) 1. Revision for weekly vocabulary tests 2. Linguascope website 1. Revision for weekly vocabulary tests 2. Linguascope website 1. Revision for weekly vocabulary tests 2. Linguascope website 1. Revision for weekly vocabulary tests 2. Linguascope website 1. Revision for weekly vocabulary tests 2. Linguascope website 1. Revision for weekly vocabulary tests 2. Linguascope website
SEQUENCING (What must students already have been taught in order to begin to learn this topic? Identify opportunities to address knowledge gaps) School bag items – gender of nouns (dictionary skills lesson), adjective agreements, colours,  Birthdays – numbers, days/months  Countries and nationality – present tense of the verb ‘to be’Family members – gender of nouns, verb ‘to be’, possessive pronounsAnimals – colours and adjective agreements, gender of nouns, present tense of ‘to have’, conditional tenseAppearance and personality – present tense of ‘to be’, adjective agreements Types of house – present tense of ‘to live’, indefinite articles, subject pronouns, gender of nounsPlaces in the town – present tense of ‘to go’, definite articles, infinitive verbs, prepositionsDirections – places in the town, instructionsTime – numbers, word order Subjects – gender of nouns, opinions, adjective agreements School routine/timetable – reflexive verbs, time Facilities – word oder, adjectives   Sports – present tense of ‘to play’, subject pronounsFree time – irregular verbs Weekend plans – subject pronouns, infinitive verbs, free time activities vocabulary  Opinions and justifications
SCHEMAS (Where might students learn about elements of this topic in other subjects? Which subjects might this topic feed into beyond your own?) English – literacy, grammar terms, oracy skills English – literacy, grammar terms, oracy skills English – literacy, grammar terms, oracy skills English – literacy, grammar terms, oracy skills English – literacy, grammar terms, oracy skills English – literacy, grammar terms, oracy skills Geography – French/Spanish-speaking countries 
CAREERS LINKS(How might this benefit them in the future?) Communication skills, confidence in speaking, problem-solving strategies, writing coherently, broadening horizons, university applications  Communication skills, confidence in speaking, problem-solving strategies, writing coherently, broadening horizons, university applications Communication skills, confidence in speaking, problem-solving strategies, writing coherently, broadening horizons, university applications Communication skills, confidence in speaking, problem-solving strategies, writing coherently, broadening horizons, university applications Communication skills, confidence in speaking, problem-solving strategies, writing coherently, broadening horizons, university applications Communication skills, confidence in speaking, problem-solving strategies, writing coherently, broadening horizons, university applications
Year 8 Aut 1 Aut 2 Spr 1 Spr 2 Sum 1 Sum 2
TOPIC Holidays  Food and drink  Clothes  Interests  Body and illness Festivals
KNOWLEDGE TAUGHT Countries Nationalities TransportAccommodation Holiday activities Weather Past tense  Food Drink MealtimesWeights and measuresMoney Buying food at the marketProblems at the restaurant  Items of clothingStyles/materialsSchool uniform Past tense Buying clothes Problems with clothesFuture tense Preterite/perfect tense HobbiesNew technologyComparing gadgetsAdvantages and disadvantages of new technologyMusic genresGoing to a concert Body partsMonster Saying it hurts At the doctorsGiving advice  Francophonie/the Spanish-speaking worldFestivals Expressing opinions Excuses Describing a festival experience Weather 
SKILLS DEVELOPED(Include any trips and visits.) Literacy e.g. reading comprehension Grammar e.g. pronouns, articles, adjective agreements   Listening, writing and speaking Literacy e.g. reading comprehension Grammar e.g. present tense, possessive pronouns   Listening, writing and speaking Literacy e.g. reading comprehension Grammar e.g. infinitive verbs, imperative verbs, prepositions  Listening, writing and speaking Literacy e.g. reading comprehension Grammar e.g. reflexive verbs, negation, conditional tense  Listening, writing and speaking Literacy e.g. reading comprehension Grammar e.g. irregular verbs, near future tense,    Listening, writing and speaking Literacy e.g. reading comprehension Grammar e.g. irregular verbs, near future tense,    Listening, writing and speaking
ASSESSMENTS(Minimum two per half term, with focussed marking.) 1. Weekly vocabulary tests 1. Weekly vocabulary tests2. KC1 1. Weekly vocabulary tests2. KC2 1. Weekly vocabulary tests2. KC3 1. Weekly vocabulary tests  1. Weekly vocabulary tests2. End of Year Summative Assessment
HOME LEARNING(To be made available via Century Tech; one per week.) 1. Revision for weekly vocabulary tests 2. Linguascope website 1. Revision for weekly vocabulary tests 2. Linguascope website 1. Revision for weekly vocabulary tests 2. Linguascope website 1. Revision for weekly vocabulary tests 2. Linguascope website 1. Revision for weekly vocabulary tests 2. Linguascope website 1. Revision for weekly vocabulary tests 2. Linguascope website
SEQUENCING (What must students already have been taught in order to begin to learn this topic? Identify opportunities to address knowledge gaps) Countries and nationalities – present tense of ‘to live’, ‘to be’ and ‘to go’, subject pronouns  Transport – past tense of ‘to go’, Holiday activities – forming past tense, subject pronouns, infinitive verbs  Weather – forming imperfect tense  Food and drink – gender of nouns, adjective agreements, opinion phrases, present tense of ‘to eat’ and ‘to drink’, negation, definite articles Weights and measurements – numbers, articles,  How much is it/at the market – asking questions, food and drink vocabulary, numbers Clothes – regular verbs in past tense, opinions, colours, gender of nouns, opinions, adjectives School uniform – adjective agreement, word order, colours, materials, patterns Past tense – subject pronouns, infinitive verbs At the shop – ‘I would like’/conditional tense, asking questions, numbers, adjectives, direct object pronouns Future tense – subject pronouns, infinitive verbs  Hobbies – infinitive verbs, present tense, subject pronouns New technology, comparing gadgets, advantages and disadvantages – gender of nouns, adjective agreements, opinions Future tense – subject pronouns, infinitive verbs, present tense of ‘to go’ Body parts – possessive pronouns, articles, adjective agreements,   Monster – physical appearance vocabulary, adjectives, present tense of ‘to have’ It hurts – possessive pronouns, articles, reflexive verbs         Activities at the festival – common infinitives  Opinions, connectives and justifications  Past tense – subject pronouns, infinitive verbs  Future tense – subject pronouns, infinitive verbs, present tense of ‘to go’
SCHEMAS (Where might students learn about elements of this topic in other subjects? Which subjects might this topic feed into beyond your own?) English – literacy, grammar terms, oracy skills English – literacy, grammar terms, oracy skills English – literacy, grammar terms, oracy skills English – literacy, grammar terms, oracy skills English – literacy, grammar terms, oracy skills English – literacy, grammar terms, oracy skills Geography – French/Spanish-speaking countries
CAREERS LINKS(How might this benefit them in the future?) Communication skills, confidence in speaking, problem-solving strategies, writing coherently, broadening horizons, university applications  Communication skills, confidence in speaking, problem-solving strategies, writing coherently, broadening horizons, university applications Communication skills, confidence in speaking, problem-solving strategies, writing coherently, broadening horizons, university applications Communication skills, confidence in speaking, problem-solving strategies, writing coherently, broadening horizons, university applications Communication skills, confidence in speaking, problem-solving strategies, writing coherently, broadening horizons, university applications Communication skills, confidence in speaking, problem-solving strategies, writing coherently, broadening horizons, university applications
Year 9 Aut 1 Aut 2 Spr 1 Spr 2 Sum 1 Sum 2
TOPIC Me, my family and friends School  Jobs  My environment Free time Colonialism and Empire
KNOWLEDGE TAUGHT Introducing myselfPhysical descriptionsNegatives  Personal descriptionsMy familyDo you get on?Present tense – weekend activitiesDo you like her?Future tense – weekend plans   School subjects Favourite subjectsComparing subjectsTeachersSchool facilitiesSchool routine Future studies Jobs Roles and responsibilities Future plans Unemployment CV and job interview Describing my houseDescribing ideal houseDaily routineChores – past and present tenseDescribing my city – past and present tenseEnvironmental problems Directions Future plans   Sports Musical instrumentsTelevision Films The Oscars France and Colonialism The Zantoko familyMarly-GomontPress review
SKILLS DEVELOPED(Include any trips and visits.) Literacy e.g. reading comprehension Grammar e.g. pronouns, articles, adjective agreements   Listening, writing and speaking Literacy e.g. reading comprehension Grammar e.g. present tense, possessive pronouns   Listening, writing and  speaking Literacy e.g. reading comprehension Grammar e.g. infinitive verbs, imperative verbs, prepositions   Listening, writing and speaking Literacy e.g. reading comprehension Grammar e.g. reflexive verbs, negation, conditional tense   Listening, writing and  speaking Literacy e.g. reading comprehension Grammar e.g. irregular verbs, near future tense,    Listening, writing and speaking Literacy e.g. reading comprehension Grammar e.g. irregular verbs, near future tense,    Listening, writing and speaking
ASSESSMENTS(Minimum two per half term, with focussed marking.) 1. Weekly vocabulary tests2. KC1 1. Weekly vocabulary tests 1. Weekly vocabulary tests2. Summative Assessments 1. Weekly vocabulary tests 1. Weekly vocabulary tests2.KC2 1. Weekly vocabulary tests
HOME LEARNING(To be made available via Century Tech; one per week.) 1. Revision for weekly vocabulary tests 2. Linguascope website 1. Revision for weekly vocabulary tests 2. Linguascope website 1. Revision for weekly vocabulary tests 2. Linguascope website 1. Revision for weekly vocabulary tests 2. Linguascope website 1. Revision for weekly vocabulary tests 2. Linguascope website 1. Revision for weekly vocabulary tests 2. Linguascope website
SEQUENCING (What must students already have been taught in order to begin to learn this topic? Identify opportunities to address knowledge gaps) Descriptions and my family – present tense of ‘to be’, adjectives, adjective agreements, subject pronouns, gender of nouns, possessive pronouns  Do you get on? – reflexive verbs, adjectives Weekend activities – infinitive verbs, present tense conjugations, future tense conjugations, subject pronouns Subjects – gender of nouns, opinions, adjective agreements, opinions School routine/timetable – reflexive verbs, time Facilities – word order, adjectives, ‘there is/is not’   Future tense – subject pronouns, infinitive verbs Understanding of gender of nouns, opinions, adjective agreements  Future tense – subject pronouns, infinitive verbs ‘I would like’/conditional Types of house Rooms in the house  Furniture  Places in town Directions  Time/routine Opinions and justifications  Sports Opinions  Free time activities Weekend plans Musical instruments Present, past and future tenses  Opinions and justifications  Descriptions of people – physical description/personality adjectuves  Family vocabulary  Connectives  Verbs (I have, I am)   
SCHEMAS (Where might students learn about elements of this topic in other subjects? Which subjects might this topic feed into beyond your own?) English – literacy, grammar terms, oracy skills English – literacy, grammar terms, oracy skills English – literacy, grammar terms, oracy skills English – literacy, grammar terms, oracy skills English – literacy, grammar terms, oracy skills English – literacy, grammar terms, oracy skills History – colonialism
CAREERS LINKS(How might this benefit them in the future?) Communication skills, confidence in speaking, problem-solving strategies, writing coherently, broadening horizons, university applications  Communication skills, confidence in speaking, problem-solving strategies, writing coherently, broadening horizons, university applications Communication skills, confidence in speaking, problem-solving strategies, writing coherently, broadening horizons, university applications Communication skills, confidence in speaking, problem-solving strategies, writing coherently, broadening horizons, university applications Communication skills, confidence in speaking, problem-solving strategies, writing coherently, broadening horizons, university applications Communication skills, confidence in speaking, problem-solving strategies, writing coherently, broadening horizons, university applications