Raising Standards Together

Literacy & Numeracy Framework

Component

Element

Developing and presenting information and ideas
Organising ideas and information
Elements displayed in grid below

Aspects

Aspects displayed in grid below
No aspects in numeracy
Aspects displayed in grid below

Submit

RfL routemap

Aspect

Speaking

Learners have achieved the following on the Routes for Learning (RfL) routemap.

  • Communicates choice to attentive adult [RfL 37]

  • Shared attention [RfL 40]

  • Communicates ‘more’/’no more’ through two different consistent actions [RfL 28]

Aspect

Listening

Learners have achieved the following on the Routes for Learning (RfL) routemap.

  • Changes behaviour in response to interesting event nearby [RfL 25]

Aspect

Collaboration and discussion

Learners have achieved the following on the Routes for Learning (RfL) routemap.

  • Initiates social game [RfL 33]

A steps

Aspect

Speaking

Learners are able to:

Aspect

Listening

Learners are able to:

B steps

Aspect

Speaking

Learners are able to:

Aspect

Collaboration and discussion

Learners are able to:

C steps

Aspect

Speaking

Learners are able to:

Aspect

Collaboration and discussion

Learners are able to:

Nursery

Aspect

Speaking

Learners are able to:

  • express some enjoyment or interest
  • talk about, in simple terms, drawings, models and actions
  • retell, in simple terms, an event or experience
  • speak clearly enough to be understood by adults and peers
  • imitate real-life and make believe experiences within role play
  • Welsh-medium statement: show awareness that some sounds change at the beginning of words through nursery rhymes and songs.

Aspect

Listening

Learners are able to:

  • listen and respond with growing attention and concentration
  • listen and join in with songs, rhymes and stories
  • in simple terms, retell a story or information that they have heard
  • ask an appropriate question about something that has been said.

Aspect

Collaboration and discussion

Learners are able to:

  • participate in discussions with other children and/or adults
  • take part in activities alongside others.

Reception

Aspect

Speaking

Learners are able to:

Year 1

Aspect

Speaking

Learners are able to:

Aspect

Listening

Learners are able to:

Year 2

Aspect

Speaking

Learners are able to:

Aspect

Listening

Learners are able to:

Year 3

Aspect

Speaking

Learners are able to:

Aspect

Listening

Learners are able to:

  • listen carefully and make connections between what they are learning and what they already know
  • check understanding by asking relevant questions or making relevant comments.
  • Key Stage 2 classroom tasks

Year 4

Aspect

Speaking

Learners are able to:

  • explain information and ideas using supportive resources, e.g. on-screen and web-based materials

  • organise talk so that different audiences can follow what is being said, e.g. giving background information, providing a brief summary of main points

  • adapt talk showing understanding of the differences between informal talk with friends and more extended talk with a wider group
  • explore different situations through role play
  • Welsh-medium statement: use the most common mutations correctly, e.g. fy nghalon.

  • Key Stage 2 classroom tasks

Year 5

Aspect

Speaking

Learners are able to:

Aspect

Listening

Learners are able to:

  • listen carefully to presentations using techniques to remember the main points, e.g. making notes, summarising

  • listen to others, asking questions and responding to both the content and the speakers’ viewpoints.
  • Key Stage 2 classroom tasks

Year 6

Aspect

Speaking

Learners are able to:

  • express issues and ideas clearly, using specialist vocabulary and examples
  • speak clearly, using formal language, varying expression, tone and volume, to keep listeners interested
  • explore challenging or contentious issues through sustained role play
  • Welsh-medium statement: mutate correctly after prepositions and pronouns, becoming aware that not every letter follows the usual order, e.g. y llinell.

  • Key Stage 2 classroom tasks

Year 7

Aspect

Speaking

Learners are able to:

  • present topics and ideas clearly, using formal language and varying what they say and how they say it to interest listeners, e.g. expression, tone of voice, volume

  • respond to listeners’ questions and comments constructively and in detail
  • argue a convincing case using subject knowledge effectively, e.g. in role or debate

  • Welsh-medium statement: use a range of mutations (soft, nasal and aspirate mutations) correctly in context.
  • Key Stage 3 classroom tasks

Year 8

Aspect

Speaking

Learners are able to:

Aspect

Listening

Learners are able to:

  • respond positively and thoughtfully to new ideas and alternative points of view
  • listen to information and ideas (on-screen or live) and identify how evidence is used, e.g. to defend a point of view, or misused, e.g. to mislead by exaggeration.

  • Key Stage 3 classroom tasks

Aspect

Collaboration and discussion

Learners are able to:

Year 9

Aspect

Speaking

Learners are able to:

Aspect

Listening

Learners are able to:

  • consider the relevance and significance of information and ideas presented to them
  • listen to information and ideas and identify how they are presented to promote a particular viewpoint, e.g. use of persuasive language, ignoring inconvenient facts, reaching illogical conclusions.

  • Key Stage 3 classroom tasks

Aspect

Collaboration and discussion

Learners are able to:

  • take a range of roles in group discussion with greater autonomy, including in more formal situations, e.g. chair, scribe

  • recognise a range of options for action and reach agreement to achieve the aims of the group.
  • Key Stage 3 classroom tasks

Year 10

Aspect

Speaking

Learners are able to:

  • present ideas and issues to meet the demands of different audiences
  • speak fluently, using a range of techniques, expressions and gestures
  • confidently use formal language in a range of contexts
  • respond to how listeners react, and adapt their use of language for different contexts and purposes
  • sustain a convincing point of view, anticipating and responding to other perspectives, e.g. in role or debate

  • confidently explore challenging or contentious issues through sustained role play
  • Welsh-medium statement: use a range of mutations (soft, nasal and aspirate mutations) correctly in context.

Aspect

Listening

Learners are able to:

  • respond to the ideas of others in thoughtful and considerate ways, seeking clarification through appropriate questioning
  • listen to a range of information and ideas from different viewpoints, identifying how different speakers present specific points of view.

Aspect

Collaboration and discussion

Learners are able to:

  • adapt talk in a range of roles, including in more formal situations, contexts and purposes, e.g. speaking to larger audiences in a formal debate

  • use a range of options and strategies to enable the group to progress and reach agreement.

Year 11

Aspect

Speaking

Learners are able to:

  • present ideas and issues to meet the demands of different audiences
  • speak fluently and confidently, using a range of techniques, expressions and gestures
  • adapt their use of language for different purposes within a wide range of contexts
  • respond confidently to how listeners react, adapting their language in a wide range of contexts and for different purposes
  • speak from a range of convincing perspectives to meet the demands of different situations, contexts and purposes
  • confidently and consistently explore challenging or contentious issues through sustained role play
  • Welsh-medium statement: use a range of mutations (soft, nasal and aspirate mutations) correctly in context.

     

Aspect

Listening

Learners are able to:

  • respond with confidence and sensitivity to the ideas of others in different situations, reflecting on information and ideas and asking relevant questions
  • listen to a range of information and ideas from different viewpoints, identifying how different speakers present specific points of view.

Aspect

Collaboration and discussion

Learners are able to:

  • adapt talk in a range of roles with increasing confidence, including in more challenging and formal situations, contexts and purposes, e.g. presenting a pitch to an external/unfamiliar audience

  • use a range of options and strategies to enable the group to progress and reach consensus.

Extension

Aspect

Speaking

Learners are able to:

  • make a range of contributions to discussions in a wide range of contexts and in a range of formal and informal situations
  • listen to complex information, giving relevant, cogent and engaging responses
  • make effective presentations in a wide range of contexts, presenting complex information, ideas and views persuasively
  • independently fulfil the demands of a range of roles and move discussions forward skilfully
  • confidently vary sentence structures and choose from a broad repertoire of vocabulary to express information and feelings in an engaging and creative manner.

Aspect

Listening

Learners are able to:

  • make a range of contributions to discussions in a wide range of contexts and in a range of formal and informal situations
  • listen to complex information, giving relevant, cogent and engaging responses
  • make effective presentations in a wide range of contexts, presenting complex information, ideas and views persuasively
  • independently fulfil the demands of a range of roles and move discussions forward skilfully
  • confidently vary sentence structures and choose from a broad repertoire of vocabulary to express information and feelings in an engaging and creative manner.

Aspect

Collaboration and discussion

Learners are able to:

  • make a range of contributions to discussions in a wide range of contexts and in a range of formal and informal situations
  • listen to complex information, giving relevant, cogent and engaging responses
  • make effective presentations in a wide range of contexts, presenting complex information, ideas and views persuasively
  • independently fulfil the demands of a range of roles and move discussions forward skilfully
  • confidently vary sentence structures and choose from a broad repertoire of vocabulary to express information and feelings in an engaging and creative manner.
Help us make the Digital Competence Framework better »

Use the form below to send us comments about this site or find out more about this beta version »

Cancel
Need say more? Use the main Contact form »
Thankyou, your feedback has been submitted.
This is a Beta website.
Find out more »