Our students should learn about kindness and inclusion during character education and as part of cultural education in foreign language classes. This activity based on Un Monstre à Paris explores some names (terms of endearment or insults) that are used in the movie, and to launch a discussion about name calling, and how it is respectful to use terms of endearment only in the right context.
This free product includes versions of a student handout to use while watching the movie suitable for French Immersion as well as another for Core French class (or Beginner French/French as a foreign language) with late beginner to intermediate level skills.
You can find out more about it on my blog. #KindnessNation #WeHoldTheseTruths
The French Immersion version of this freebie is one of two France-focused cultural lessons found in my whole unit for the film Un Monstre à Paris.
Answer key also provided, as well as a page of relevant links to further explore name-calling, terms of endearment and bullying awareness with your students within a French as a second language program.
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You can obtain the movie Un Monstre à Paris from Amazon if you do not already have it or buy it along with another movie on the same DVD here also from Amazon (Jack et la mécanique du coeur).
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