Long Term Plan

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FRENCH – LONG TERM PLAN

Year 3          
AUTUMN TERM SPRING TERM SUMMER TERM
1 2 1 2 1 2
Numbers
Greetings
Saying how you are
Gender
Classroom instructions
Songs and rhymes
Giving name
Stating age
Numbers
Christmas French
Numbers
Greetings
Songs and rhymes
Colours
Food
Healthy eating
Seasons
Numbers
Greetings
Age
Songs and rhymes
French cities & regions
French grammar
Easter
French Day
Numbers
Colours
Foods
Songs and rhymes
French culture
Weather
Colours
Food
Numbers
Songs and rhymes

Tour de France
Towns and cities
Days of the week
Months of the year
Numbers
Colours
Foods
Songs and rhymes

           
Year 4          
AUTUMN TERM SPRING TERM SUMMER TERM
1 2 1 2 1 2
Revision of colours
Parts of the body
Noun genders
Asking questions
Following a short text
Numbers
Greetings
Naming zoo animals
Letters of French alphabet
Vowel sounds
Writing simple sentences
French drama
Parts of the body
Rhyming words
Family members
il / elle
Role play
Alphabet
Plural forms
Family life in France
Sounds in words
Traditional stories
Pets
French Day
Alphabet
Rhyming words
Body parts
Le Camp du Drap d’Or
Traditional story
Pastimes
Travel
Pets
French stories

Recognising nouns, verbs, adjectives
Common sounds
Leisure activities
Likes / dislikes
Travel
Numbers

           
Listening and Responding
· I can understand statements and questions
· I can respond to statements, questions and instructions
· I can listen to and understand short passages that use vocabulary I have been learning
· I can fit actions to simple songs and traditional rhymes
Speaking
· I can answer questions with short phrases
· I can describe familiar situations, e.g. in school, at home, in the town
· I can participate in a short, structured conversation
· I can use phrases to express my feeling
Reading and Responding
· I can read short phrases
· I can match single words and phrases to the appropriate picture in a book
· I can use a glossary to find the meaning of unfamiliar words
Writing
· I can copy words and short phrases
· I can write signs that include single words and short phrases
· I can write words and phrases from memory to describe situations
· I can choose words to finish short sentences and to respond to questions

Cultural Understanding
· I can talk about special festivals and events
· I can record my understanding through drawing and simple sentences.
· I can use sources, such as books or the internet, to research special events

 
           
Year 5          
AUTUMN TERM SPRING TERM SUMMER TERM
1 2 1 2 1 2
Buildings, towns & cities
The high street
Directions
Numbers
Greetings
Plurals
Days of the week
Time
Le Petit Thomas
Christmas stories & carols
Christmas French
Directions
Hobbies & interests
Sports
Euros
Time
Plurals
Months of the year
Numbers 0 – 50
French Day
Time
Days of the week
Keeping healthy
Numbers
Food
Months
Higher numbers
Plurals

Likes & dislikes
Comparing UK & French food habits
A French breakfast
Months
Higher numbers
Days and months

           
Year 6          
AUTUMN TERM SPRING TERM SUMMER TERM
1 2 1 2 1 2
Classroom routines
Clothing
Family
Etre & avoir
Numbers
Days
Months
Where I live
Phrases for games
Christmas French
Family
Plurals
Classroom items
Clothes
Opinions
Family
Little Red Riding Hood
Etre Avoir
Numbers
Jobs
Family
House & home
Easter French
French Day
Classroom items
Family
Plurals
Transition unit: Lion a Paris or similar.
Link with local secondary school

Transition unit: Lion a Paris or similar.
Link with local secondary school

           
Listening and Responding
· I can understand short passages containing phrases and questions I have learnt
· I can respond to questions using extended sentences
· I can listen to a passage and identify the subject and the main points
Speaking
· I can have a short conversation of three or four exchanges, using phrases I have learnt
· I can vary phrases or sentences I have learnt for different circumstances
· I can pronounce words correctly and speak with increasing fluency
Reading and Responding
· I can understand short texts that use phrases I have learnt
· I can use a glossary to find meanings to unfamiliar words
· I can read short poems and traditional stories
· I can use contextual clues to help work out the meanings of unfamiliar words
Writing
· I can write two or three short sentences, using words and phrases I have learnt
· I can write a paragraph of three or four sentences
· I can use books, posters or a word bank to help my writing
· I can use my knowledge of grammar to change words and phrases, e.g. using plurals and adding adjectives

Cultural understanding
· I can talk about special festivals and events
· I can record my understanding through drawing and simple sentences in a paragraph
· I can independently use sources, such as books or the internet, to research special events
· I can talk about aspects of everyday life in another country