This activities in this handout allow for students to enjoy the film without having to listen for discreet details. Before viewing, students are asked to define key terms that will help them understand the film. In the first exercise, students are given pictures of the characters and a box of names. They have to match the name with the character. Then they are asked to describe each character. Novice learners can make a list of physical and personality traits while intermediate learners can write in complete sentences. I included a word box with 40 adjectives that are useful for describing personality traits. Next, students have four analysis questions that ask them to explain key elements of the film. Finally, as an extension, I have included two graphics that show the evolution of the school system in France and the breakdown of students who receive their BAC based on socio-economic status. Students are asked to analyze the graphics and use inference to answer questions.
You could copy all of these activities or just choose one.