Secondary French resources: racism

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Slavery and discrimination (L'esclavage)

Slavery and discrimination (L'esclavage)

The resource is interesting to work on the topic 'Descrimination and Prejudes' (IB, A-Level). The resource includes some basic information about slavery (dates, carts, Le Code noir de 1685 and so on). The students can read the main dates related to the History of Slavery, Le Code noir de 1685 (one of the main documents related to the topic), the process to abolish slavery. Then they can express their opinion using the images p.9-11 (each image has a legend that can help the learners). Finally, the students need to unswer the questions based on the texts read before. The resource heip the students to learn more about slavery, to develop their speaking skills and writing ones.

By olgab8

LA HAINE {Part 2} - Etude des scènes clés du film {New A-level}

LA HAINE {Part 2} - Etude des scènes clés du film {New A-level}

LA HAINE {Part 2} - Etude des scènes clés du film New A-level A study of 9 key scenes with a student booklet and a teacher booklet with detailed answers. This resource includes: - A student booklet with plenty of questions on themes, techniques on the current scenes (at the hospital, at the police station, at Hubert's house, at the corner shop, in Hubert's room, the DJ scene and the view of the cité, the art gallery scene, the skinheads scene and the final scene) - An answer booklet with precise examples and a detailed answer for you to teach confidently those scenes For La Haine {Part 1} - Etude des personnages et du début du film, copy and paste the link below: https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/la-haine-part-1-etude-des-personnages-et-du-d-but-du-film-new-a-level-and-a2-11402606 I will soon add more resources on La Haine so please do not hesitate to visit my shop: https://www.tes.com/teaching-resources/shop/MllePierre I hope you will enjoy my resources and if you have a question on a particular slide or activity, please do not hesitate to contact me or leave me a message. I would really appreciate some feedback :-) Thank you very much. @EloCamden

By MllePierre

GCSE FRENCH SPEAKING INFORMATION FOR EDEXCEL: INTERNATIONAL AND GLOBAL DIMENSION

GCSE FRENCH SPEAKING INFORMATION FOR EDEXCEL: INTERNATIONAL AND GLOBAL DIMENSION

This is the FIFTH AND FINAL GCSE French booklet aimed at supporting students in the NEW speaking exam. It is mainly aimed at EDEXCEL however I have also included any examples of role-play, picture-based discussions and writing questions from AQA and EDUQAS that are available - unfortunately this is not a big topic in the SAMS! Included are: 1. General structures for role-plays, PBD and conversation 2. Examples of RPs, PBDs and conversation questions for the topic of INTERNATIONAL AND GLOBAL DIMENSION (EDEXCEL!) 3. Mark schemes for all exam boards - speaking, writing and translation The conversation questions are adapted from the Edexcel website resources. I will also upload the adapted version of the Edexcel conversation questions for the other topics too (these weren't available when I made the original booklets!) Please let me know if there's something missing/incorrect so I can correct it..... As always - hope this is useful to someone somewhere.....

By madmanphillips

Prejudices about France

Prejudices about France

This resource is destinated to learners of French as a foreign language. The main objective is to work on the notion of prejudices about France. The resource should be used with a short film directed by Cedric Villain 3''Cliché !''

By olgab8

Prejudices about France and French people

Prejudices about France and French people

This resource is destinated to students of French as a foreign language. The main objective is to work on the notion of the prejudices existing about France and French people. This resource should be used with Cédéric Villain's video «Cliché! La France vue de l'étranger»

By olgab8

La Haine- Model Essays BUNDLE AS and A2 French

La Haine- Model Essays BUNDLE AS and A2 French

In this bundle: 6 essay questions with their plan and model answer Questions are: -Expliquez l'intrigue dans La Haine et la position des personnages principaux par rapport à l'intrigue -Eprouvez-vous de la compassion pour Vinz? -'Le titre du film La Haine est bien choisi car il reflète exactement le thème principal du film’. Dans quelle mesure êtes-vous d’accord avec ce jugement? - Dans La Haine, Mathieu Kassovitz a réussi à dépeindre l’exclusion sociale. Etes-vous d’accord? -Analysez les principales techniques utilisées par Mathieu Kassovitz dans La Haine. Que pensez-vous de ces techniques? -Analysez les influences sur le metteur en scène et comment ces influences se manifestent dans La Haine (individual lots are also available for £2 each)

By laprofdefrancais

La Haine model essays (2) AS and A2 French- lot2

La Haine model essays (2) AS and A2 French- lot2

In this folder: 2 La Haine essay questions with their model essay plan and model answer. The questions are: 1. ‘Le titre du film La Haine est bien choisi car il reflète exactement le thème principal du film’. Dans quelle mesure êtes-vous d’accord avec ce jugement? 2. Dans La Haine, Mathieu Kassovitz a réussi a dépeindre l’exclusion sociale. Etes-vous d’accord?

By laprofdefrancais