MFL (Grades 3- | 3= |3+)
Pearson 5th Step  | 6th Step

Skills & Knowledge Definition


Listening



Demonstrate understanding of short and longer passages which include opinions with reasons, a range of basic grammatical structures and reference to the present, the past and the future, spoken clearly (including some grammar up to and including the 6th Step).

 

Writing


Write short texts giving and seeking information and opinions, referring to the past or future as well as the present. Translate into the target language longer sentences (including some grammar up to and including the 5th Step).

Mostly accurate and meaning is clear but some minor errors (e.g. spellings, genders, agreements) and some errors (e.g. with verbs and tenses). Write short texts in a range of contexts, giving and seeking information and opinions and referring to the present, the past and the future. Use style and register appropriately in familiar settings.

Translate into the target language longer sentences containing linked ideas (including some grammar up to and including the 6th Step). Mostly accurate and meaning is clear but with some minor errors (e.g. spellings, genders, agreements) and an occasional major error (e.g. with verbs and tenses).

Reading

 

Demonstrate understanding of a range of short and longer texts which include opinions and refer to the past or future as well as the present. Use processes to work out meaning in short authentic texts (e.g. adapted adverts, poems and songs). Translate longer sentences into English, showing awareness of familiar grammar (including some grammar up to and including the 5th Step), especially tenses.

Demonstrate understanding of a range of short and longer texts which include opinions and refer to the present, the past and the future.

Read short authentic texts (e.g. adapted adverts, information leaflets, poems and songs).

Translate into English short passages containing a variety of tenses, vocabulary and grammatical structures (including some grammar up to and including the 6th Step).


 

Speaking


Take part in short conversations on a range of topics, describing, informing, expressing opinions and giving reasons.

Demonstrate spontaneity by asking some unsolicited questions.

Refer to the past or future, as well as the present, using a range of familiar vocabulary and common grammatical structures (including some grammar up to and including the 5th Step).

Use increasingly accurate pronunciation and intonation.

Take part in longer conversations, expressing and justifying opinions, giving detail and referring to the present, the past and the future.

Use a range of common vocabulary and grammatical structures (including some grammar up to and including the 6th Step).

Demonstrate spontaneity by asking unsolicited questions, and expand answers.

Use increasingly accurate pronunciation and intonation.




 

 

 

 


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