French

French 2016/17    KS3     KS4     Assessment


Year 7
(Modules, Topics)
September - December
Unité 1 – Bonjour! 1Unité 2 – Quel âge as-tu?Unité 3 – Joyeux anniversaire!Unité 4 – Dans mon sacUnité 5 – Ma salle de classe
Meeting and greeting people
Spelling in French
Counting to 21
Saying how old are you
Days of the week/Months of the year
Saying when your birthday is
Saying what there is in a school bag
Using un, une, des – the indefinite article
Using plurals
Describing the classroom
Using le, la, les – the definite article
January - April
Unité 6 – J’adore le judoUnité 7 – Les goûts et les couleursUnité 8 – Tu as un animal?Unité 9 – Ma grand-mère est une hippie!
Saying what you like and dislike
Talking about hobbies
Saying what colours things are
Using adjectives
Talking about animals
Using a dictionary
Talking about your family
Using mon, ma, mes
May - July
Unité 10 – J’habite dans un château!Unité 11 – À table!Unité 12 – Mon paysUnité 13 – La météo
Saying where you live
Using petit and grand
Saying what you eat and drink
Ordering a café
Talking about nationalities and countries
Using the verb être
Talking about the weather
Exploring rhyming and syllables
Year 8
(Modules, Topics)
Unité 1 – Mon autoportraitUnité 2 – Mon kit de survieUnité 3 – Comment je voisUnité 4 – Et les autres?Unité 5 – Il est hypercool!
En plus
Talking about likes and dislikes
Using regular –er verbs (je, tu, il/elle)
Talking about your survival kit
Using avoir (je, tu, il/elle)
Describing yourself
Understanding adjective agreement (singular)
Talking about other people
Understanding adjective agreement (plural)
Describing a musician, using the present tense
Introducing yourself in detail
January - April
Unité 1 – Mes matièresUnité 2 – C’est génialUnité 3 – J’ai coursUnité 4 – Au college en FranceUnité 5 – Miam-miam

En plus
Talking about school subjects
Asking questions
Giving opinions and reasons
Agreeing and disagreeing
Describing your timetable
Using the 12-hour clock
Describing your school day
Using on to say ‘we’
Talking about food
Using the partitive article (du/de la/de l’/des)


Schools in other French-speaking countries
Developing reading skills

May - July
Unité 1 – Mon ordi et mon portableUnité 2 – Tu es sportif/sportiveUnité 3 – Qu’est-ce que tu fais?Unité 4 – J’aime faire çaUnité 5 – Ils sont actifs!
Talking about computers and mobiles
Using regular –er verbs
Talking about which sports you play
Using jouer à
Talking about activities
Using the verb faire
Saying what you like doing
Using aimer + the infinitive
Describing what other people do
Using ils and elles
Year 9
(Modules, Topics)
September - December
Unité 1 – Là où j’habiteUnité 2 – Perdu dans le parc d’attractions!Unité 3 – Le weekendUnité 4 - CoucouUnité 5 - Qu’est-ce qu’on peut faire à …?
Talking about your town/village
Using il y a …/il n’y a pas de …
Giving directions
Understanding when to use tu and vous
Talking about where you go
Using à + the definite article
Asking someone to go somewhere
Using je veux/tu veux + infinitive
Saying what you can do in town
Using on peut + infinitive
January - April
Unité 1 – Les vacances, mode d’emploiUnité 2 – Je me prépare …Unité 3 – Au Café de la PlageUnité 4 - Je vais aller en colo!Unité 5 - Mes rêves
Using nous to say ‘we’
Talking about your holidays
Talking about getting ready to go out
Using reflexive verbs (singular)
Buying drinks and snacks
Using higher numbers
Talking about holiday plans
Using the near future tense
Saying what you would like to do
Using je voudrais + infinitive
May - July
Unité 1 – Bon appétit!Unité 2 – Les repasUnité 3 – On prepare une fêteUnité 4 – On fait des achatsUnité 5 – Au restaurant
Food you like and don’t like
Using the definite article after aimer
Breakfast and lunch
Using du, de la, de l’ and des
Preparing for a party
Using il faut + infinitive
Buying provisions
Using de with quantities
Summary of phrases need in a restaurant
Evening meals

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