In this unit pupils learn to talk extensively about their taste in books and films, describe their use of the internet and the weather, review the regular use of the present tense and learn some of the irregular forms. Students are encouraged to give and ask for their own opinions on
For the first assessment of Year 8, students will complete listening and reading assessments where gist meaning will be tested and students will start to see longer texts where they will be looking for more detail. Students will also be assessed regularly through vocab tests.
This unit allows students to broaden their conversational French to allow them to express their free time and reading interests in French. Students will also learn how to speak in the 3rd person which gives them the opportunity to speak about their role-models. Students begin to feel much more comfortable in speaking French as they gain in confidence, as well as in vocabulary.
This unit facilitates student conversation and dialogue as it appeals to their own hobbies and interests thus allowing students to feel more at ease in expressing their opinions and thoughts.
In this unit pupils learn to talk about themselves extensively, by describing theirs and other people’s personality, hobbies, and taste in music and clothing. Grammar: students will study the perfect (past) tense and learn more on irregular present tense.
Students will sit a writing task and complete a speaking presentation based on the content taught during term 2. Students will incorporate the structures and vocabulary they have learnt this module as well as incorporating and revising material from Module 1. Students will also be assessed regularly through vocab tests.
Students are introduced to French in a way which builds confidence in their ability to converse with others in the Target Language. This consolidates their understanding of literacy and will enable students to become more articulate across their learnt languages.
Students are encouraged to speak to each other in French through role-plays and practice dialogues. This creates a sense of fun and students feel safe to make mistakes which leads to a communicative and productive classroom environment.
In this unit pupils learn to talk about where they live extensively and about food (eating and shopping), by using il faut+ infinitive. They also approach the near future tense in more detail.
Students will sit a variety of listening and reading tasks which will mainly include structures and vocabulary from the current unit, but also recall on prior knowledge. Students will also be assessed regularly through vocab tests.
Students will become more aware of their locality and what it has to offer through their own research into where they are from. Students will develop the skills needed to promote the benefits of visiting Bristol, and will also understand the advantages of travelling to other places to see the diversity of other cultures and environments. Students' ability to research and give presentations to groups of people will progress as they also will gain confidence in public speaking in a foreign language.
Students will work together to speak positively about where they are from, and will learn to further appreciate differences within their culture and society thus making them more tolerant, and able to speak about how their community is progressing and changing.
In this unit pupils learn to talk about their particular skills by taking part in a talent show. They express their opinion on the contestants and give them advice, using the imperative.
There are two assessments at the end of Term 6: writing and speaking. The assessments will mainly include structures and vocabulary from the current unit, but also recall on prior knowledge and introduce a creative element. Pupils will be assessed on a wide range of vocabulary to demonstrate their ability to use language in a range of contexts. Students will also be assessed regularly through vocab tests.
Students will build upon all their language skills to complete a variety of creative tasks in this module. They will build upon their writing skills to complete GCSE style extended pieces of creative writing. This will help secure their confidence in writing and will help them to better understand their own English literacy. They will also produce a short spoken presentation, aiming to build their confidence in using the target language to talk about a wide variety of topic areas.
Students look at similarities i TV culture and art between the UK and France. They can also see how TV culture can influence music.