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Medium (5-11 activities)
England, Wales, Scotland, Northern Ireland
This educational resource based on Nilesh Patel's A Love Supreme encourages pupils to think and talk about film using the French language, and helps them with the technical skill of forming the imperative. Suitable for students aged 10-14, this resource is principally designed for use in the classroom to support French Modern Foreign Language. However, it also encourages engagement with Indian culture through food and with art-house cinema.
You can download the accompanying Food in India PowerPoint Presentation, worksheets within the teachers'' notes and the curriculum links document.
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