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French films for KS3

Discussion in 'Modern foreign languages' started by smicer07, May 18, 2011.

  1. smicer07

    smicer07 New commenter

    I always show Belleville Rendez-Vous and Le petit Nicolas to my year 7s. For sensible groups, Kirikou is quite nice but has some animated boobs on it- I usually give a lecture on other cultures before showing this one :)
     
  2. henriette

    henriette New commenter

    les choristes
    bienvenue chez les chtis
    neuilly sa mère


     
  3. noemie

    noemie Occasional commenter

    Astérix et Cléopâtre
    Taxi 2 (Taxi 1 is a 15)
    Au revoir les enfants
    Ratatouille?
     
  4. Jonntyboy

    Jonntyboy New commenter

    Etre et Avoir - simple French from the kids on the film in a situation yours could relate too, at least in part. And of course with subtitles in English.
     
  5. badra

    badra New commenter

    Has Le petit nicolas got subtitles? I cannot find it with English subtitles so...
    Merci
     
  6. http://www.amazon.co.uk/s/ref=nb_sb_ss_i_3_15?url=search-alias%3Ddvd&field-keywords=le+petit+nicolas+with+english+subtitles&sprefix=le+petit+nicola%2Cdvd%2C756 this link has with Subtitles. La chorale is also a great film for all ages.
     
  7. Do you think etre/avoir would hold attention for the duration? I have thought about showing it, but felt it would appear dull, although strangely captivating. Did it work?
     
  8. I agree.I thnk that it is a film that appeals to adults who feel a nostalgia for childhood and small, rural schools. I suspect that teenagers would find it dull and be scornful about lack of 'facilities'.
    I love the film, but need a box of tissues to watch it. Another reason not to show it in class.
     

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