The Key Stage 2 Framework for Languages
is a key document in the implementation and delivery of primary
languages. It is rooted in primary practice and is designed to be
accessible for the non-specialist language teacher. It provides a
practical reference tool for planning and teaching across all four
years of KS2.
The Framework consists of three core
strands, Oracy, Literacy and Intercultural Understanding as well as
two cross-cutting strands, Knowledge about Language (KAL) and
Language Learning Strategies (LLS). In part one of the
Framework, Learning Objectives for the three core strands set out
what children will be doing in the primary languages classroom.
Subtheme: Introducing the
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