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|Title:||Bambi Rules: A Visual Approach to imparfait-passe compose Usage in French||Authors:||Martin-Lau, P.||Issue Date:||2001||Citation:||Martin-Lau, P. (2001). Bambi Rules: A Visual Approach to imparfait-passe compose Usage in French. Francophonie 23 (spring) : 20-23. ScholarBank@NUS Repository.||Abstract:||It is suggested that excerpts from the movie Bambi can be successful used as an introduction to the distinction between two French past tenses (imparfait & passe compose) following general guidelines (eg, choose a brief excerpt with several, distinct scenes). Students (N unspecified) were shown segmented excerpts & asked to focus on various aspects of three different scenes (eg, movement/action, static, dynamic, isolated act, & repeated action). The visual initialization was followed by a more traditional instructional lesson on the two tenses. Students enjoyed the multimedia approach that they found entertaining & clear. D. Ayoun.||Source Title:||Francophonie||URI:||http://scholarbank.nus.edu.sg/handle/10635/129394||ISSN:||09571744|
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