M "Holocaust scenes"
France - 2010
In occupied Paris, in July 1942, Jewish children with yellow stars sewn to their clothes, play happily, unaware of impending disaster. Even their parents seem confident that, in a civilised country like France, nothing bad can happen. Nevertheless, the French police, under orders from the Nazis, round-up 13,000 men, women and children one night and place them in a huge indoor cycling stadium. Here a Jewish doctor, Jean Reno, and a Christian nurse, Melanie Laurent, try to help them.
Learning activities include: conversation, listening activities, reading comprehension exercises, writing short paragraphs.
Topics covered include: World War 2; the influence of the past on the present; famous people and historical turning points.
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