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KNOCK KNOCK MovieTalk resources | French

Resources to support a ClipChat lesson on "Knock Knock" in French

Beginner (Level 1), Novice (Levels 1-2)
40 Pages
2 hours

This short film by Daniel Aragón is a perfect MovieTalk for early language students and/or teachers that are new to MovieTalk. Simple, repetitive, and with a great twist at the end--it is easy for the teacher and interesting to students.

This product contains the following resources to support a MovieTalk lesson:

  • a MovieTalk script for the teacher
  • a captioned slideshow with screenshots from the film: present tense and past tense versions provided; included in PDF, PPT, and Google Slides formats
  • a pictochart for students to use as a retell support
  • a printable booklet for students to use and read
  • a writing extension or assessment
  • detailed lesson plans

Preview the short film here

NOTE: THIS MOVIETALK IS INCLUDED IN NOUS SOMMES 1 UNIT 03: FERME LA PORTE ! - Do not purchase this product if you own the Ferme la porte ! resources (individual unit or bundled). 

  • I love this movie!!!! It's great to watch the students' expressions as they grok the ending!

    Lesley T.
  • Movie talks can be so time consuming to create, so thank you for providing this one! It is easy to implement and the students enjoyed it.

    Charissa F.
  • My students really enjoyed the suspense encountered in this unit. I appreciate how easy it is to engage the students. I highly recommend it.

    Mme Lemoine
  • This was a lot of fun for my students. I also used this to show other teachers in my district how to do a MovieTalk. They really loved it.

    Ada M.
  • My students loved the suspense of the film. It was easy for the students to follow along with and easy for me to implement. I purchased this on my prep the day before I used it and it was so simple to use.

    Caitlin B.

KNOCK KNOCK MovieTalk resources | French


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