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Comparing Communities [electronic resource]

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In French III, grades 9-12, Ghislaine Tulou's students work in pairs to discuss aspects of their own community. They also discuss a Canadian community that they had read about and plan what they would do if they were to visit. Through individual and group-centered activities, students learn to express conditional statements about personal preferences.
Online
2003
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Interpreting la Belle et la Bete [electronic resource]

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For French IV, grade 11, Michel Pasquier focuses his class on interpreting and adapting film, literature, and music by using the classic tale Beauty and the Beast. The students work in groups to find moral meaning in the 1945 Jean Cocteau classic film and compare the film to the original story and a French rap song.
Online
2003
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Performing With Confidence [electronic resource]

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The lesson for French IV-V, grades 10-12 focuses on advanced conversation proficiency with connections to social, political, and pop culture. Yvette Heno's students play word games, discuss French politics, and stage a mock press conference with students portraying celebrities and journalists.
Online
2003