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MFL DVD Resource. TOPIC: SOCIAL ISSUES. Au Revoir les Enfants. Au Revoir Les Enfants is Louis Malle ’ s film about life in a French boarding school during WWII. Excerpt from the film: 59:19 > 01:02:19 Père Jean gives a sermon to the schoolboys and their families on the importance

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mfl dvd resource
MFL DVD Resource

TOPIC: SOCIAL ISSUES

au revoir les enfants
Au Revoir les Enfants
  • Au Revoir Les Enfants is Louis Malle’s film about life
  • in a French boarding school during WWII.
  • Excerpt from the film: 59:19 > 01:02:19
  • Père Jean gives a sermon
  • to the schoolboys and their
  • families on the importance
  • of being charitable.
au revoir les enfants1
Au Revoir les Enfants
  • Research the ethnic, religious and cultural make up of France

and the impact changes have been having on French traditions

in recent times.

  • Discuss what you have discovered.
  • Describe the congregation and the atmosphere inside the church.
  • Try to summarise in your own words the messages

in the sermon.

au revoir les enfants2
Au Revoir les Enfants
  • Research for a group presentation the various traditions/

ceremonies/steps in a religion of your choice.

  • Père Jean, the headmaster of Julien’s school, gives a sermon

to the schoolboys and their families on the importance of being

charitable, to the offence of some.

Why do you think one man walks out?

entre les murs
Entre Les Murs
  • This is a semi-autobiographical account of François Marin’s
  • experiences as a French language and literature teacher
  • in a middle school in the 20th arrondissement of Paris.
  • Excerpt from the film: 47:53 > 48:48
  • Esmeralda reluctantly reads out her ‘self portrait’
  • about her home
  • life and her plans
  • for the future.
entre les murs1
Entre Les Murs
  • Introduce yourself in a similar style. What might be controversial
  • about you to your classmates? What might surprise them?
  • Is it right for the teacher always to pick up on any use of more
  • informal registers? Why/why not? Why do you think François
  • insists it is important?
entre les murs2
Entre Les Murs
  • How do you think her home life has affected her aspirations?
  • What does her comment about the police suggest?
  • Do you think that François is correct when he tells her to write in
  • standard French, or should she be able to choose how to express
  • herself?
entre les murs3
Entre Les Murs
  • Excerpt from the film: 01.16.35 > 01.17.32
  • Carl explains why he supports the French football team.
entre les murs4
Entre Les Murs
  • During a class discussion one of the boys starts to talk about
  • the African Cup of Nations, a football competition about to
  • begin. He is clearly annoyed that some of the other boys seem
  • to regard it as very important whereas he clearly doesn’t.
  • Why do you think that he is immediately confronted with the
  • question about whom he supports? What might this mean?
entre les murs5
Entre Les Murs
  • The discussion quickly degenerates into an argument about

nationality. Why do you think this gets so heated so quickly?

  • Do you think it was a good idea for the teacher to allow this

type of discussion to happen in the classroom? What are the

arguments both for and against this?

la haine
La Haine
  • La Haine was written, co-edited, and directed by Mathieu Kassovitz.
  • It is about three teenage friends and their struggle to live
  • in the banlieues (outskirts) of Paris.
  • Excerpt from the film: 01:08 > 05:10
  • Opening credits
  • of the film.
la haine1
La Haine
  • What is happening in this scene? Where is this happening?
  • What do you think is the tone of the news report?
  • You are a journalist living in the area where the riots took place.

Write a report for your newspaper describing the events and

giving your opinions.

OR

  • Imagine the conversation that takes place between two elderly

residents of this area the morning after the riots. What were their

experiences? What do they think? How do they see the future?

la haine2
La Haine
  • This is the opening scene of the film which shows
  • the riot scene in Paris. Describe what is going on.
  • Why do you think this is happening?
  • How do you think the media portray the events?
  • Are they on the side of the police or the protagonists?
  • What impression is given by using black and white in the film?
  • How does the music affect this scene?
  • Do you think it’s real news footage, and why?
persepolis
Persepolis
  • Persepolis is the poignant story of a young girl in Iran during
  • the Islamic Revolution.
  • Excerpt from the film: 49:45 > 51:29
  • Marji introduces herself as French
persepolis1
Persepolis
  • Watch the clip and in pairs discuss why you think Marji

said she was French and her reaction afterwards.

  • In pairs write thought bubbles for Marji to show what she

was thinking when she said she was French and what she

was thinking when she got annoyed with the Austrian girls.

persepolis2
Persepolis
  • What do you feel makes someone feel that they belong
  • to a particular nation or society?
  • What have you done, or what might you do, to ‘fit in’
  • with a social group?