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The film uses non-professional actors and is based on a novel by a teacher who worked in a similar setting.
One of the best achievements of "The Class" is making us feel like we know the characters, and this is despite the fact that personal details are mostly kept hidden.
My students absolutely adore the struggles of these students and teachers, as well as the insight into another culture's school system.
A true film about education. The teachers are neither bad nor good. Some care. Some do not. Some are tired. Some are trying hard. Read morePublished 20 days ago by Donald S. Blumenfeld-Jones
I teach 7th-graders from a poor neighborhood in a large American city, so I had a great interest in this film. Read morePublished 25 days ago by St. Germain
Showed this to my high school students. Great movie that engaged my students. I work in an urban school so they related to the students in the film. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Jonefed
I am a language teacher and this is a "Must See" for all teachers. I personally think that dialogs interactions between the teacher and his students was a little... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Gilles Konan
My students loved this movie. It was good for them to see that not all French kids play tennis and chess (as our text implies).Published 4 months ago by Sonja D. Cojocaru