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I'm requesting a variety of French movies to appeal to the variety of interests my students have. The movies will be used in different ways, some will be used to support curriculum and vocabulary (for example: Le Petit Prince), others may be used as a plan for a substitute. It is rare to find a substitute who is knowledgeable or fluent in French so the movies will help continue language study when I am absent. I also plan to use the film "Sarah's Key" when discussing World War II. My plan for it is to provide another point of view and discuss what life was like for civilians during this time. These materials will allow for students to be exposed to native French speakers and be able to compare and contrast French and American cinema. Not to mention, it's a fun way to help students make connections between what they see in the United States and what is being shown in Francophone countries.

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I'm requesting a variety of French movies to appeal to the variety of interests my students have. The movies will be used in different ways, some will be used to support curriculum and vocabulary (for example: Le Petit Prince), others may be used as a plan for a substitute. It is rare to find a substitute who is knowledgeable or fluent in French so the movies will help continue language study when I am absent. I also plan to use the film "Sarah's Key" when discussing World War II. My plan for it is to provide another point of view and discuss what life was like for civilians during this time. These materials will allow for students to be exposed to native French speakers and be able to compare and contrast French and American cinema. Not to mention, it's a fun way to help students make connections between what they see in the United States and what is being shown in Francophone countries.

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