Modern Foreign Languages (MFL)

Modern Foreign Languages (MFL)

Head of Department: Ms Giles

French

Key Stage 3

Year 7

Students develop their linguistic skills and express their opinions on a range of topics. They are given every opportunity to expand their vocabulary and enhance their grammatical and cultural awareness through role-play, ICT and interactive activities.

Year 8

Students further develop their linguistic skills and express and justify their opinions on a wider range of topics. They are encouraged to use a variety of grammatical structures in their written and spoken language with an increased focus on accent and intonation.

Year 9

Students consolidate vocabulary and grammatical structures learned in previous years, with an emphasis on past, present and future tenses. Students are encouraged to become more creative with their written and spoken language through the study of music, film and literature.

Key Stage 4

Year 10

Over the two year course, students consolidate vocabulary and topics studied in Key Stage 3, as required by Edexcel. The course offers a lively, communicative approach, underpinned by a clear grammatical progression and regular vocabulary learning. Controlled written and/or oral assessments take place in both year 10 and 11.

Year 11

Over the two year course, students consolidate vocabulary and topics studied in Key Stage 3, as required by Edexcel. The course offers a lively, communicative approach, underpinned by a clear grammatical progression and regular vocabulary learning. Controlled written and/or oral assessments take place at the end of each unit.

German

KEY STAGE 3

Year 8

Students develop their linguistic skills and express their opinions on a range of topics. They are given every opportunity to expand their vocabulary and enhance their grammatical and cultural awareness through role-play, ICT and interactive activities.

Year 9

Students consolidate vocabulary and grammatical structures learned in Year 8, with an emphasis on past, present and future tenses. Students are encouraged to become more creative with their written and spoken language through the study of music, film and literature.

Key Stage 4

Year 10

Over the two year course, students consolidate vocabulary and topics studied in Key Stage 3, as required by Edexcel. The course offers a lively, communicative approach, underpinned by a clear grammatical progression and regular vocabulary learning. Controlled written and/or oral assessments take place in both year 10 and 11.

Year 11

Over the two year course, students consolidate vocabulary and topics studied in Key Stage 3, as required by Edexcel. The course offers a lively, communicative approach, underpinned by a clear grammatical progression and regular vocabulary learning. Controlled written and/or oral assessments take place at the end of each unit.

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