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The Key Stage 3 Framework for languages guidance: Using the Framework with community languages

Explains how to make best use of the Key Stage 3 Framework for languages when teaching community languages. Provides examples on allocating weighting to the different strands of the Framework depending on where pupils are at.

The National Strategies Last update: 2011

How the Framework for secondary science relates to the programmes of study for Key Stage 3 and 4

Explains how Framework learning objectives link to maps of progression and supplementary guidance, as well as to existing materials and publications. The yearly learning objectives can be used to plan coherent teaching sequences at KS3 & 4. There are 'stem words' used for the learning objectives that help place 'How science works' in context of the range, content and build progression across the years.

The National Strategies Last update: 2011

The Key Stage 3 Framework for languages guidance: Developing the new secondary curriculum

Sets out the programme of study for languages in Key Stage 3 of the National Curriculum, inlcuding key concepts and key processes.

The National Strategies Last update: 2011

The structure of the Key Stage 3 Framework for languages

Explains the two-dimensional structure of the Framework objectives – arranged vertically by year group, and horizontally in five strands of progression across Key Stage 3.

The National Strategies Last update: 2011

The Key Stage 3 Framework for languages guidance: General guidance

An introduction to the renewed Key Stage 3 Framework for languages, setting out the structure of the new framework. Also includes a description of the learning objectives, information about the Framework exemplification and subject leader guidance. The new structure of the Framework of objectives (strands – substrands – objectives) will make it easier for teachers to see the links with the programme of study statements, helping to ensure full coverage of the programme of study. The new interactive online format…

The National Strategies Last update: 2011

The Key Stage 3 Framework for languages: Exemplification and glossary

This is the complete exemplification document for all learning objectives in the Key Stage 3 Framework for languages, plus a glossary of terms for the Framework.

The National Strategies Last update: 2011

Using target language and the Key Stage 3 Framework for languages – general guidance

The Framework does not prescribe when to use or not to use target language. This is a decision for the individual teacher as part of department policy and practice. Sets out the requirements for effective teaching of the objectives.

The National Strategies Last update: 2011

The Key Stage 3 Framework for languages guidance: Creativity

One of the aims of the Framework for languages is to help all learners become more independent. A strong focus on creativity can help achieve this. The Framework has no prescribed content and therefore leaves teachers free to choose contexts likely to motivate learners. For further information see the Creativity e-module

The National Strategies Last update: 2011

The Key Stage 3 Framework for languages guidance: Planning

Explains how the Key Stage 3 Framework for languages can help teachers revise their existing planning so that they can address the 2008 programme of study. Sets out the key principles to inform planning reviews and key questions to use in the process.

The National Strategies Last update: 2011

The Key Stage 3 Framework for languages guidance: Inclusion

Sets out the principles in the National Curriculum for providing effective learning opportunities for all pupils. Includes guidance on how to help pupils with special educational needs (SEN), slow learners, English as an additional language (EAL) learners and Gifted and talented pupils engage with the Framework. Also addresses ways of preventing a gender gap in achievement.

The National Strategies Last update: 2011