Unit to go along with 1992 version of the book (ISBN: 0844212334 ) Paperback. Cost in September 2013 on Amazon.com $16.60
Nine items in the unit. Over 45 pages of materials.
1- In English, a comparison/ contrast chart between this version of the book and the 2004 Andrew Lloyd Weber movie (5 pages)
2-Teaching Keys. This is a 19 page document with the answers to all of the end of chapter exercises for the book named above.
3- Mary Lamb: A student activity to write a one-verse song to go along with the book, to the tune of Mary had a Little Lamb. One page.
3-B: Jeux There are two types of games. There are two of the Vocabulary Bingo games, and two of the Matching Games.
Vocabulary Bingo: Review the vocabulary and then put it up on the board or on a white board or screen. Have the students draw a grid that is 5x5 on a sheet of paper, and then copy the vocabulary words into all the slots of that grid. Call out the English, have them find the French on the grid. The first 5 in a row wins. OR... put half the words in English, and the other half in French and have them put that in their grids...use the same way.
Matching game: Put the grid of questions and answers on the reverse side of the large picture. Glue them together. When the glue is dry, cut apart the grid of questions and answers. Turn them all upside down (picture side UP) on a desk or table. Lay them out in even rows. Divide the class into two groups. Have a student from Team A draw a square. On it is either a question or an answer. Have them draw their second square. Everyone reads both squares. If they consist of a question and the answer to THAT question, the student has made a match, and can have another turn. If there is not a question that goes with an answer in those two squares, they are returned to the row they came from. The next person , from the next team goes next. Eventually, they figure out where the questions and their corresponding answers are on the table, and they make matches. The team with the most matches wins.
Then, when they have finished with matching, have the class put the picture back together, and discuss the picture in French. Have one student say one sentence about the picture in French. Everyone then takes turns repeating that sentence. The second student says another sentence, and everyone must say the two sentences. Keep going until you know that's enough for the group - usually 6-7 sentences is plenty.
4- Quizzes: 6 pages of quizzes and study guides for the book. Each quiz covers 5 chapters. These are essay quizzes, and the study guides are essay questions. The quizzes are two of that sections study guide questions. I use the questions as homework after each chapter, so that they have them done before the quiz, and can just review them.
5-End-of-the-book test, which includes vocabulary matching, "Qui a dit", Vrai/Faux, and a composition question. 5 pages.
6- Study guide for the End-of-the-book test. 2 pages
7- A section for your semester exam on the book. This is a 60 multiple choice question section about the plot of the book, all in French, for you to use as part of your final exam or semester exam. 5 pages long.
8- A study guide for the semester exam section. 2 pages.