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Progression Map: MFL

As Spanish is new to Northgate, all KS2 children will begin on year 3 objectives to enable them to build the foundational knowledge they need. This progression map will evolve as Spanish is taught each year to reflect our growing understanding of this amazing language!

Oracy – speaking / listening

EYFS

Year 1

Year 2

Year 3

Year 4

Year 5

Year 6

 

To repeat & then recall from memory some Spanish words.

 

To develop good

Pronunciation.

 

To know a high variety of nouns. 

 

To build up a bank of core vocabulary that they can relate to and re-use in the foreign language. 

 

 

To move from single words to short, simple phrases.

 

To understand very short passages of spoken language that they hear.

 

Pupils are taught to listen to short,

familiar stories and songs in the foreign

language.

 

 

Pupils are exposed to key spoken everyday useful and relevant language.

 

Pupils build on previous knowledge by starting to create short, spoken simple sentences.

 

To develop 1st person singular of high frequency verbs.

Examples include 'My name is...', 'I play the

violin', 'I like apples', 'I would like a kilo of carrots

 

To engage in short, simple spoken tasks using supported short conversation scaffolds and role play activities.

 

To learn ask and answer a variety of simple key questions in Spanish: 'What is your name?' 'My name is…' 'How old are you?' 'I am ... years old.'

 

To start to be able to give a simple positive and/or negative opinion in spoken form. EG: 'Do you like apples?'

'Yes, I like apples.' 'No, I do not like apples.'

 

 

To match the language they hear to images and/or words that they have been

taught in their lessons.

 

Using simple, familiar stories

like Little Red Riding Hood we

encourage pupils to listen to stories they

will be familiar with in English but in the

foreign language.

 

Literacy – reading / writing / grammar

EYFS

Year 1

Year 2

Year 3

Year 4

Year 5

Year 6

 

 

Pupils learn to identify cognates (words that are similar in English and the foreign language) and start to learn how to decode written text they are presented with.

 

 

To be aware of the concept of gender.

 

 

To learn to  gist read by “hunting” for

key words in a sentence

 

To know how to circle key nouns and articles in word puzzles and word searches.

 

To know how to circle key nouns and articles in word puzzles and word searches.

Pupils learn to identify cognates (words that are similar in English and the foreign language) and start to learn how to decode written text they are presented with.

 

To develop their writing skills in the

foreign language by filling in missing letters with relative accuracy for vocabulary taught in our Early

Language lessons.

 

Pupils are encouraged to attempt to spell and write some simple words and vocabulary from memory.

 

 

Pupils start to attempt to write a short simple sentence with an article, noun and verb. They do this as a supported activity (possibly using a word bank and not always being able to do this from memory).

 

To understand the concept of gender.

 

To start to understand the concept of nouns and articles (el,  la, los and las)

 

To have better knowledge & recall of 1st person singular of high frequency verbs such as I am, I have, I live, I am called, I play.

 

  • Relationships
  • Respect
  • Resourcefulness
  • Reflection
  • Resilience
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