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# has learnt more phrases about the weather and how to say the temperature (including with negative numbers). ^ also learnt the names of some common articles of clothing and ^ could relate these to the different sorts of weather. ^ has learnt to say the date and to write and say telephone numbers.
^ could repeat words and phrases about the weather spoken by someone else.
^ has use mime and gesture to express what different weather words mean.
^ has used a physical response to show ^ understands.
^ was able to recognise numbers to 40 when someone said them aloud.
^ can pronounce all the numbers to 40 with reasonable accuracy
^ was able to memorise a rhyme.
^ is able to read and understand a range of familiar written phrases about the weather.
^ has used ~ knowledge of grammar to build sentences about dressing for different types of weather.
^ could understand the main points of a French weather report.
^ gave ~ his class a weather report describing the day, date, weather and appropriate clothing.
# has learnt the names of food and drinks related to packed lunches and breaktime snacks. ^ also learnt how to talk about what ^ had eaten and drunk the previous day. ^ has learnt some food vocabulary related to Bonfire Night and ~ intercultural understanding developed through a comparison with Bastille Day. # has practised following and creating ~ own recipes.
^ can listen with care.
^ has make statements in the perfect tense.
^ can use ~ tone of voice to help convey ~ meaning.
^ can identify similarities and differences in everyday life between the English and French.
^ could agree and disagree with statements about food.
^ understands and expresses ~ likes and dislikes about food.
^ can ask and answer questions about food.
^ can use simple connectives to make compound sentences.
^ has created compound sentences using word and phrase cards.
^ can use a physical response to show recognition and understanding of specific phrases.
^ can talk about different traditions that affect peopleãs lives and compare the similarities and differences to British and French traditions.
^ has used word cards or word lists to create phrases and sentences about people’s lives
^ can understand the main points from a spoken language that includes unfamiliar language.
^ could identify key language in a non-fiction text.
^ has read a non-fiction text.
^ choose words, phrases and sentences and wrote them into a gapped text.
^ has used a bilingual dictionary or word list.
^ used French for real purposes and ^ gave instructions for making food.
# has learnt how to say the alphabet in French and ^ is continuing to gain confidence in using numbers. ^ has learnt how to understand and use names for places in ~ local area. ^ followed and gave directions, and ^ has described ~ route to school. ^ has learnt some strategies for keeping a conversation going.
^ can identify and pronounce accurately multiples of 10 up to 100.
^ can identify and pronounce some of the letters of the alphabet.
^ recognised if a statement is true or false.
^ could pick out key words when listening.
^ could identify and pronounce the names of some places in ~ locality.
^ picked out key words when ^ was listening to a short text about going to school.
^ was able to read and understand a selection of sentences on a familiar topic.
^ has used strategies to aid memorisation.
^ can identify similarities and differences in journeys to school between different children.
^ has created oral sentences using some picture prompts.
^ can understand language that includes unfamiliar phrases.
^ was able to write words, phrases and sentences about ~ trip to school using a model.
^ understands the importance of good communication skills and ^ has successfully applied this knowledge in a role-play situation.
^ knows how to ask for a repetition and clarification of a word or phrase.
^ has combined ~ language and communication skills to create a short presentation of ~ journey to ~ school.
^ has made a short presentation of ~ journey to school.
^ can constructively evaluate other children’s work and ^ appreciates the feedback from ~ peers.
^ could pick out key words when listening to a song.
^ remembered how to write the date.
^ can create sentences linking months to seasons.
^ could pick out details from spoken sentences about the weather and seasons.
^ has built sentences about an event in the past using text cards.
^ identified key features of a spoken and written text about the weather.
^ can choose words, phrases and sentences for a class poem.
^ can memorise a rhyme and repeat this with correct pronunciation and intonation.
^ can understand expressions of like and dislike.
^ can select adjectives to describe the different seasons.
^ can ask and answer questions.
^ can memorise a rhyme and repeat this with the correct pronunciation and intonation.
^ used the tone of ~ voice to help convey ~ meaning.
^ has used the tone of ~ voice and ~ gesture to convey meaning.