新增优胜奖11套授课课件.pptx

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Little Game — Find out who he is!;Unit 2 Section A; Pre-reading Activities ;;Charlie Chaplin;Back;Back;Questions & Answers;返回;返回;返回;Directions: Watch the video and then discuss the topics as follows:;返回; Ways of thinking: 1. What do children usually turn out to be if exposed to a lot of misfortunes? 2. Is the same true for Chaplin? ; By the light of our common sense, children subjected to extreme poverty, homelessness and severe stress usually turn out to be self-abandoned (自暴自弃) or cynical (玩世不恭). But this rule does not hold true for Charlie Chaplin. ; As is known to all, Charlie Chaplin, plain in appearance (貌不惊人)and short in stature(身材矮小), suffered from both hunger and his mother’s mental illness throughout his childhood. All these misfortunes, however, did not wear down his desire for happiness and success. Instead, they helped turn out a smart, resourceful and renowned comic. In a 1995 worldwide survey of film critics, Chaplin was voted the greatest actor in movie history. His life has born out the truth that all misfortune is only a stepping stone to success.; Ways of thinking 1. What does Chaplin’s story tell us? 2. What is your understanding of the proverb “All roads lead to Rome.”? ; In our eyes, Chaplin’s miserable childhood, complete with British audience’s cold attitude toward his “crude” act on the stage, offered him little hope of success. But he did not like himself to be fate’s play thing and tried to look for other ways out. In 1913 he left his native country for good

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