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KS3 MFL: Punjabi

Please see below curriculum overview and 'I Can' Statements for Modern Foreign Language, Punjabi. 

 

Curriculum Overview

 

Year 7 (as of 19/20)

Year 8 Year 9

  Autumn Term

  • Welcome
  • Alphabet
  • Mukta words (without vowels)
  • Vowels
  • Numbers 1-30
  • Fruit with a focus on listening patterns
  • Time and time phrases
  • Bandi Chor
  • Divas/Diwali
  • Describing your family

 

(20/21 cohort)

  • Holiday activities
  • Countries
  • Transports
  • Giving opinions on holiday
  • Giving an account of a holiday
  • Future trip/future plans
  • Booking accommodation

(19/20 cohort)

  • Numbers 20-40
  • School
  • Time and school routine
  • Classroom items
  • Uniform, likes/dislikes
  • Family
  • Home life and routines
  • Daily routines/life in school
  • Professions
  • Opinions and reasons
  • Future plans and future tense (I would like)
  • Arranging to go out
  • “let’s”
  • Shopping
  • Pocket money
  • Revision of pronouns

Spring Term

  • Gender agreement
  • Opinions on school subjects
  • Present and past tense
  • Classroom items
  • School routines in the present and past
  • Uniform
  • Colours 
  • Hobbies
  • Vaisakhi
  • Weather
  • Sports/hobbies
  • Opinions on sports/hobbies

(19/20 cohort)

  • Opinions on school subjects
  • Present and past tense
  • Classroom items
  • School routines in the present and past
  • Uniform
  • Colours 
  • Hobbies
  • Vaisakhi
  • Weather
  • Sports/hobbies
  • Opinions on sports/hobbies

(20/21 cohort)

  • Celebrities and TV programmes
  • Technology
  • Going to the cinema
  • Future tense to talk about plans
  • Leisure activities
  • Revision of the negative
  • Revision Past tense
  • Using three tenses
     
  • Technology
  • Social media
  • How I use my smartphone
  • Dangers of the internet
  • Advantages of the internet
  • Celebrities and TV programmes
  • Going to the cinema
  • Future tense to talk about plans
  • Leisure activities
  • Revision of the negative
  • Revision Past tense
  • Using three tenses

Summer Term 

  • Describing family
  • Physical/character/ description
  • Describing my home
  • Home life and routines
  • Prepositions
  • Opinions about my home
  • Justify with reasons for the type of house they would like to buy and why
  • Places in local area.
  • Compare the local area with an  area  in the Punjab
  • Where I live
  • Weather
  • To be able to
  • Chores
  • Daily routine
  • Moving house
  • Opinions and comparatives
  • Directions
  • Imperative mood
  • Healthy lifestyles
  • Healthy diet
  • Injuries and illnesses
  • You must and obligation

Year 7, Autumn Term

I can (Foundation)…

I can (Developing)... 

I can (Secure)...  I can (Excellent)... 

I can recognise a few vowels and able to pronounce them.   

I can name some vowels and their sounds, I can form some words using the vowels. 

I can name most of the vowels and their sounds, I am starting to put words together to make a sentence. 

I can name all the vowels and their sounds; I am able to write words and sentences using the vowel sounds. I can translate my sentences. 

I can say numbers 1-10. I can use some of these numbers in a conversation. 

Listen to a short fairy story and give some information using the present tense. 

I can recognise, say, and write all the numbers 1-30 also the numbers in a conversation. 

I can say, read and write as well as translate numbers 1-50. I am also confident in using these numbers in different topics.

I can use simple words to greet someone and reply by using single word. 

I can use some words to greet a person and reply in simple words. Translate familiar short phrases into English. 

Ask and answer some simple question. Exchange simple opinions. Take part in brief dialogues, using short phrases referring to the present. 

I can have a fluent conversation when greeting someone. Ask and answer a range of simple questions. Take part in a range of brief dialogues, using short phrases referring to the present. 

Listen to a short fairy story and explain in simple words. 

Listen to a short fairy story and give basic information using the present tense. 

Listen to a short fairy story and give some information using the present tense. 

Listen to a short fairy story and give detailed opinion as well as answering questions without hesitation. 

Year 8, Autumn Term

Skills I can (Foundation)…

I can (Developing)... 

I can (Secure)...  I can (Excellent)... 

          Listening 

say what pet I have in a simple sentence 

Understand simple question and respond  

describe a range of things using adjectives and adverbs 

Listen to a story in Punjabi and answer questions   

Speaking  describe a family member, giving 2/3 details about their appearance  Say how many family members I have and describe them  

give detailed descriptions of family members using adjectives and adverbs 

give detailed descriptions of 

family members using 

adjectives, adverbs and negatives 

Reading read a text about a family

describe your family including 2/3 examples of adjectives and adverbs 

use possessive adjectives in the first, second and third person with increasing accuracy for family members 

Can read a simple story 

 and translate to the class 

Writing Write simple sentences about my family

Can write couple of sentences using connectives and adjectives

Use wide range of vocabulary to describe my family 

Use wide range of vocabulary to describe my family and translate it to English