La Maison De Nina
France - 2005
The story of Nina (Agnès Jaoui), a resilient woman who struggles to integrate 25 children, liberated from the horrors of the Nazi concentration camps, among the other orphans under her care during the final months of the holocaust.
Learning activities include: writing short paragraphs, reading comprehension exercises, conversation, computer-based activities, role plays.
Topics covered include: World War 2; the influence of the past on the present; famous people and historical turning points.
For bookings and enquiries, please contact Margaux Josse at email@example.com.
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