Modern Foreign languages
MFL is taught with a focus on promoting an interest and increasing confidence in a variety of different languages. Children are encouraged to be inspired by the cultural diversity in which we live and value the learning opportunities that this gives.
The delivery of MFL at Rednal Hill Junior School utilises a range of resources to ensure full coverage of the National Curriculum programme of study. MFL lessons take place in blocks of six-week periods, each one following a specific topic. French is at the heart of MFL teaching, with the inclusion of other languages linked to the wide variety of topics that are taught. A range of resources are used in order to create an interesting and varied approach to learning.
As MFL is predominantly practically based a class journal is used to document the learning journey. Photographs and written journal entries are used to document the learning that has taken place, as well as examples of any written work that may have been completed. At the end of each topic the children are asked to fill out a questionnaire in order to assess how well they feel their learning has progressed, including their enjoyment of the topic. Along with teacher assessment this is used to adapt and develop the provision and delivery of MFL lessons to ensure the programmes of study are fully fulfilled.
Mrs. E. Fisher
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