This IPA Download Pack is based on two types of authentic resources: an article that describes family structures from around the world by identifying cultural difference regarding the individual within the family, and a two-minute video trailer for the movie C’est quoi cette famille ?/em which is about a large blended francophone family in 100% French.The pack includes step-by-step instructions, and reading and listening comprehension activities that follow the ACTFL model. Complete with an explanation of an IPA and how to use it, and nine Interpretive Tasks that break down the content, increase recognition of key words and phrases, develop context awareness, and promote language usage. In addition, it provides creative options for writing and/or speaking Interpersonal and Presentational Tasks, answer keys, and Novice-level rubrics.French: Novice/High LevelGlobal Theme: La famille et la communaut;eacute;/emTopics: La famille et les rapports sociaux/emEssential Questions: What are the criteria for being considered a family? Why do people consider others family if they are not biologically related?Suggested Grammar ;ldquo;Pop-up;rdquo; Lessons: ;ecirc;/emtre/em vs. avoir /em question with ;ldquo;est-ce que/em;rdquo;span style=”color:#FF0000;”Instant download delivery only./span 22-page PDF (IPA), website, and a 2-minute MP4 video file. Copyright 2018. French. Novice/High level.p align=”center”span style=”color:#FF0000;”Download your free Teacher Notes preview located in “Additional Info.”/spanimg alt=”” src=”//aedownload.net/teachersdiscovery/images/Author_Renee_Beck.jpg” style=”float: left; border-width: 0px; border-style: solid; margin: 0px 6px; height: 140px; padding-right: 10px;” /About the AuthorRen;#233;e Beck/ has a passion for analyzing contemporary francophone culture and motivating her students to understand the importance of culture while learning a second language. She enjoys spending time with family and friends, from relaxing in the back yard to experiencing other parts of the world. Ren;eacute;e has studied in southern France and currently teaches in Ohio.