Le Ballon Rouge MP4, MovieTalk Script, Screenshots, Lesson Plans

Le Ballon Rouge MP4, MovieTalk Script, Screenshots, Lesson Plans
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Le Ballon Rouge MP4, MovieTalk Script, Screenshots, Lesson Plans
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Le Ballon Rouge MP4, MovieTalk Script, Screenshots, Lesson Plans
Le Ballon Rouge MP4, MovieTalk Script, Screenshots, Lesson Plans
Le Ballon Rouge MP4, MovieTalk Script, Screenshots, Lesson Plans
Le Ballon Rouge MP4, MovieTalk Script, Screenshots, Lesson Plans
Le Ballon Rouge MP4, MovieTalk Script, Screenshots, Lesson Plans
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(225 MB|13 pages + mp4 of movie)
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This is the MP4 of the film, the narration, 16 screenshots (scrambled and in order), and lesson plans for the Red Balloon. All suitable for French 1 and up. Everything is editable.

I use the Red Balloon film with my French 1 students. It is an authentic, classic French film, and it's a perfect film to narrate because there is (almost) no speaking in it. The movie itself is only about 30 minutes long. It only takes a few minutes for my students to get invested in the story.

This script would be accessible to most French 1 students after a few months of study. It is full of high-frequency vocabulary such as that found in the Raconte-Moi Encore curriculum or the Nous Sommes curriculum materials.

Includes an MP4 downloaded version of the entire film!!

Everything written is uploaded as Word, Powerpoint, or PDF for ease of editing and printing.

I included printed lesson plans, the full script, scrambled screenshots and screenshots in order.

In my French 1 classes, which are 45 minutes long, this usually takes 3-4 days.

STEP 1: Pre-load some vocabulary if needed.

Important words are:

le ballon - balloon

le garçon- the boy

attrape- catches

marche- walks

derrière- behind

se cache - hides

cherche- looks for

court - runs

regarde- looks (at)

flotte – floats

STEP 2: Let students watch the movie as you read the script out, matching the words with what is seen on the movie.

The movie is about 35 minutes long.

STEP 3: Discuss/recap the film with students in French to continue repetition of the vocabulary. You can also PQA, ask what they would do, etc.

STEP 4: Hand out the script that you used to narrate. You can have students read through it silently or work with a partner to try to decode it.

STEP 5: Hand out the page with the screenshots. They are NOT in order of the film. Have students (or small groups) write 1-3 sentences under each picture to describe it. They may use the script or write original sentences.

STEP 6: Have students cut out the pictures and use the script to put them in order of the film.

(For differentiation, students could also have the pictures in order and just write the sentences from that, rather than having to process both language and order.)

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