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This 6 page movie guide with handouts accompanies the film "Disney's Ratatouille (2007)". This guide will also work well as a sub plan for your substitute teacher.★★ Check out the full preview! ★★Part 1 – This section is comprised of 30 comprehension questions in chronological order on 2 pages. An a
Simple questions that begin with "Est-ce que" about the film Ratatouille with a bonus "Critique de Film" section where students can write a simple opinion and colour in the number of stars they give the film. Great for conversation and accountability during and after viewing. Key words: Ratatouille
Activities with the movie "Ratatouille." This includes (all in English): Overview: basic info (rated, length, release, actors, intro....) 3 questions before the movie. 19 questions during the movie. 3 questions after the movie. 3 critical questions. Also fun facts about the movie. Answer key to que
French questions accompanying the film 'Ratatouille'. Questions are in order and accompany the flashcards for the film. Questions are written in present tense for lower-level learners but can easily be adapted to Passé Composé etc
Who says movies can't be used in math?!? Use Movie Math at the end of the year, on sub days, days when your students have earned a reward, or when you just need a little break with no planning! Questions help keep students responsible and on task. Ratatouille themed math questions. Topics include
This is a three part movie guide, please check each individual listing to see if there is an answer key included.
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This activity has students working online to further enhance a cooking/food unit. Students work with Ratatouille: both a clip from the movie and the dish itself.
This is a movie guide for Ratatouille (2007). Many questions were found on the internet and compiled into a cohesive worksheet. Questions evoke a combination of French and English with the following activities:-Identify key French vocabulary-Match character names with descriptions (French)-Put film
This package is five sets of questions about the film Ratatouille. It includes a list of suggested activities to do when you have finished watching the film as well as an answer key. Each section of the film is 23 minutes when it is broken down into five sections. The movie is one hour and fifty min
This video study guide contains 33 multiple-choice, economics-themed questions that can be used in conjunction with the 2007 film Ratatouille (Rated G - 111 minutes) Each semester I allow my AP Economics students to select a film to watch in class following our final exam, on the condition that the
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Ratatouille movie watching guide in French for beginnings.
This is a bundle of the following Ratatouille resources:Feuille de Patates - BrainstormAs-tu deja? - Questions to introduce vocabularyComprehension Questions for the FilmMenu Project Descriptions and RubricsRatatouille Coloring Sheet
Movie Scavenger Hunt For Ratatouille This print and go activity is perfect for substitute plans or year-end activities, engaging reluctant writers, increasing attention spans, and practicing observation, listening, and critical thinking skills.Students will keep count of events that happen multiple
30 Movie Guide Questions in chronological order written in SPANISH that include pre-listening questions, questions to answer during the movie, and reflection/analysis questions that can also serve as discussion questions after the movie. Rated G for all ages. Includes Answer Keys and other creative
I found this video on Youtube of an adorable French woman teaching how to cook Ratatouille from her kitchen in Aix-en-Provence. She speaks very clearly and explains each step at an easy-to-understand level. (Video is 9 minutes long)https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JkW08cKYaaQ&t=204sThe worksheet
This is a language preview activity to do with students before watching the movie Ratatouille. It is a series of questions that students have to reflect on and answer. This activity will preview the vocabulary needed to have a deeper understanding of the film for FSL learners. I will be adding more
Students use their flashcards (see other document) to fill in the blank. Typically used before viewing the film 'Ratatouille' to familiarize students with the needed vocabulary. 2 sets of definitions per page
This is fun friday activity that can or cannot coincide with a viewing of the Ratatouille movie. First children watch the movie we did a little KWL chart talking about cooking, Paris, rats, recipes. Then we previewed the movie. Then the children incorporate math by converting a Ratatouille recipe fo
This is a follow up composition after watching the film Ratatouille. There are two writing prompts and the handouts includes a portion where students can prepare 40 words to bring into to the in-class composition activity.
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*** answer key included A listening comprehension for the movie Ratatouille. This evaluation contains a short-answer section for 20 points (identify the characters and complete the dialogues) and a long-answer section for 30 points (22 questions). I also included a writing journal with a creati
I use this document with grade 4 and 5 students, in my English as a second language classroom. The goal of the document is to introduce students to answering questions while watching a video/movie. It can also be used to evaluate C2, or the general understanding of spoken English. Of course, the doc
Vocab (more or less in order) to accompany the film "Ratatouille" Students can then use to re-narrate the film, complete definitions (see other document) and answer questions (see other document) Print double sided for photos on one side, French vocab on the other. Gives students a visual dictionar
This is a movie analysis sheet for Ratatouille. It can be used in class, as an at home project, or group work. No answer key is included due to the open-ended nature of most of the questions.
During the film 'Ratatouille', students classify vocabulary and actions that they see and then end by writing a brief character analysis of the main characters. Accompanies 'Ratatouille' film flashcards

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