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Our students should learn about kindness and inclusion during character education and as part of cultural education in foreign language classes. This free activity based on Un Monstre à Paris is to be used to learn about 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 a student handout version suitable for French Immersion as well as for Core French (or French as a foreign language) classes with late beginner to intermediate level skills. #KindnessNation #WeHoldTheseTruths You can find out more about it on my blog.
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 the French as a second language program.
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