Wednesday, 27 December 2017

Teaching film - dossiers pédagogiques updated

***** Most of these links no longer work but I had the foresight to download all of the resources. Should you want any, email me: ***** 

A few years ago, I wrote a post about teaching film with links to the institut français' dossiers pédagogiques for its cinéfête.

Earlier this week, Steven Fawkes contacted me and asked if he could use the link.

I had a look and discovered that none of the links worked any more.

I've had a rummage around the internet and discovered that most of the dossiers are still available but only via their Austrian site. Each link takes you to a work pack.

I've used some of these in the past and they're quite accessible to most students, although please check suitability first!

Although they are produced for German speakers, all of the work is in French.

Anyway, I've updated it.

Just for you.

Here goes:





That's as far back as the archive goes, unfortunately, but I'm sure there's something there you can use.

You may just want to use the dossiers for some ideas on how to exploit a film you already use.

Most of these films are available on DVD, internet, etc and most can be obtained with English subtitles.


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