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Key Stage - Level 4
Unit 1:
Around the house

Pupils will practise how to ask and answer questions about where they live and who they live with. This will include revising types of homes and family members. They will also learn a broad range of vocabulary related to parts of a house and items commonly found in a bedroom. Additionally, they will learn how to apply this vocabulary to construct sentences using the verb 'there is/there are' and answer questions such as 'What is there in your house?' or 'What is there in your bedroom?'. Students will also be taught some prepositions of place to describe the location of items in the bedroom. Pupils will review the grammatical concept of adjectival agreement, which involves using the correct gender and number when describing parts of a house and items in the bedroom.

Unit 2:
Daily Routines

Pupils will be provided with the opportunity to improve their communication skills by incorporating vocabulary related to daily routines into their existing knowledge. They will learn a diverse range of sequence connectives to make their daily routine descriptions more complex. Pupils will also learn how to express time using phrases like 'quarter to', 'half past' and 'quarter past'. While revising how to tell the time, students will practise how to describe when they perform a variety of daily routines using different times by asking and answering the question 'What time + daily routine?'. Additionally, students will review hobbies to discuss what they do during their free time.

Unit 3:
My Town

Pupils will learn about the different places in a town and review vocabulary from previous units. They will also review how to use indefinite articles and make nouns plural. Additionally, they will learn how to construct sentences using the verb 'there is/there are' and answer the question 'What is there in your city?' while applying this vocabulary. Students will also review prepositions of location to describe where these places are located and directional instructions to answer the question 'Where is...?'. The grammatical concept of adjectival agreement will also be reviewed to ensure students use the correct gender and number when describing towns or cities using different adjectives. In addition, they will learn how to compare towns or cities using the phrases 'more...than' and 'less...than'.

Unit 4:
Future Plans

Pupils will have the opportunity to practise expressing their preferences and opinions about what they enjoy doing during their free time. This will include reviewing various hobbies and places around town. Additionally, students will learn how to form the near future tense by using the present tense of the verb 'to go' and infinitive verbs. This new grammatical knowledge will enable them to express their future plans. To further reinforce their learning, students will also review a broad range of vocabulary from previous topics, such as family, countries, transport, and how to tell the time, among others. This will allow them to extend their sentences and make them more complex.

Unit 5:

Pupils will not only learn how to name various professions but also review vocabulary from previous topics, allowing them to expand their repertoire of job-related words. They will engage in meaningful practice of asking and answering questions about other people's professions, fostering discussions about their family members' jobs. Additionally, students will learn how to construct sentences using verbs in the future tense correctly. This will enable them to express their aspirations for future professions, using a range of adjectives to extend their sentences and articulate their reasons for being interested in those specific jobs

Unit 6:
Our World

Pupils will learn how to describe flags of Spanish/French-speaking countries using their previous knowledge of colours and the verb 'to have'. These topics will introduce them to key vocabulary and provide an understanding of how these festivals are celebrated. Throughout this virtual trip, students will engage in several review tasks to reinforce vocabulary related to telling the time, items of clothing, food, weather, shops, and town shops. Finally, students will participate in an escape room to continue reviewing vocabulary.

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