MFL (French)

 

When teaching French, learning is practical and fun.

Children learn new vocabulary through games and quizzes. They are then encouraged to put this vocabulary into practice. For example, children will learn how to hold a conversation. Children also find out about the French culture and how French speaking countries are different. As well as French, other modern foreign language clubs are offered during school times at various times throughout the year.

Going for Gold!

To be Gold in MFL:

  • To be able to engage in conversations asking and answering questions, to express opinions and to respond to the opinions of others.
  • To be able to broaden their vocabulary and develop their ability to understand new words that are introduced into familiar written material, including through using a dictionary.
  • To be able to write phrases from memory and adapt these to create new sentences, to express ideas clearly.
  • To be able to understand basic grammar, including feminine and masculine forms and how to apply these when build sentences.

 

 

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