Getting to Know... La Haine (2nd Edition)

Suitable for:
  • AQA AS and A Level
  • Edexcel A Level only
  • Eduqas A Level only

Ready-to-use research tasks, worksheets, background information and practice exam questions ensure comprehensive understanding of this famous and polemic film directed by Mathieu Kassovitz (1995), which covers important issues such as immigration, life in the banlieues, racism, police brutality and criminality.

AS and A Level students will get to know La Haine inside out and be fully prepared for the writing exams.

Written specifically for the 2016 specifications, the logical structure offers the ideal balance between guided classwork and independent research:

  • Before: Introductory tasks enable students to study the film’s social and political context, with activities on the banlieues and police violence.
  • During: A comprehensive work-through of the film. Students will gain a deeper understanding of the film through comprehension and research tasks about significant scenes, themes and cinematic techniques.
  • After: Essay-writing advice, exam-style practice questions, model essays and indicative content help students to apply what they have learnt – and refine exam technique!
What do teachers have to say about this resource? (7844)
'Very clearly organised with good level of detail covered. It is attractive and therefore helps students to engage with it. I am a new teacher of La Haire and it gave me the confidence to do so, as I followed the resource content. A great support to pupils and staff!' A Brown, MFL Subject Leader and ZigZag Education Customer
'This resource is of excellent quality and teachers who have never taught La Haine before should feel confident that this will be the only resource that they need to purchase. It is very complete and detailed and provides robust preparation for students taking their AS or A-level. E Baugey, Lecturer and Ind. Reviewer
'An excellent resource, with very useful and carefully considered extras. Extremely comprehensive, it covers everything the student needs, from an overview and background pre-viewing material, to tasks and key info to be used during the film (especially handy for setting homework which can be tricky when showing the film to students), to post-viewing exercises and exam techniques. It really is the only resource you need.' B Phillips, Head of MFL and Independent Reviewer.