SEN Inclusion - A Cat in Paris

Learn how to use French-language animation 'A Cat in Paris' to support chil
Learn how to use French-language animation 'A Cat in Paris' to support chil




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This resource focuses on how to use French-language animation A Cat in Paris with children that have Special Educational Needs/Additional Support Needs.

A Cat in Paris was identified as an extremely effective and engaging film as part of Into Film's Paul Hamlyn Foundation-funded Inclusion Project. This resource highlights best practice from that project and includes the Into Film Reviewing Symbols, which will enable educators to support their learners in reviewing, discussing and analysing the film.

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This Resource Supports

  • Literacy
  • Special Educational Needs

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