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Unit 2 Section A

Charlie Chaplin

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Guess Who is he/she?
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He is one of the best-known entrepreneurs in

the world and widely respected in business circles for his intelligence, foresight, and ambition .

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?He is also widely criticized as having built his business through unfair, illegal, or anticompetitive business practices. Government authorities in several countries have found some of these practices illegal, as in United States.

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He is the co-founder, chairman, and chief software architect of the world's largest software company.

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? He was a great leader in the history of China and one of the founders of the People's Republic of China (PRC). ?He survived 60 years of revolutionary turmoil, five civil wars, two World Wars and 12 years of Japanese invasion.

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? He had excellent shrewdness and wisdom,which made him be an excellent diplomatist. ?When he died in 1976, he was mourned by 900 million Chinese. ? He was regarded as the people's 'beloved Premier' .

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Step 1 Lead-in

Today, we will talk about a famous comic star.

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How about this?

Charlie Chaplin

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Charlie Chaplin

On April 16, 1889, Charlie Chaplin, the world famous movie artist, was born in London, Britain.

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Lead-in

Figure Description Describe the following person in your own words.

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bowler hat

famous Hollywood star

Lead-in

silent movie brought laughter to millions

toothbrush moustache bamboo cane

a funny walk

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famous Hollywood star

silent movie

brought laughter to millions

He is a famous Hollywood star in the era of silent movie and brought laughter to millions.

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Lead-in

bowler hat

toothbrush moustache

bamboo cane

In most of his films, he is a man with the toothbrush moustache, bowler hat, bamboo cane, and a funny walk.

a funny walk

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Lead-in

Sample 1

He is a famous Hollywood star in the era of silent movie and brought laughter to millions. In most of his films, he is a man with the toothbrush moustache, bowler hat, bamboo cane, and a funny walk.

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Sample 2 He was a famous Hollywood star in the era of silent movie and brought laughter to millions. He impressed the world with the image of a small tramp—outfitted in tattered, baggy pants, a cutaway coat and vest, impossibly large, worn-out shoes and a battered derby hat — bearing the inscription I AM HERE TODAY.

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After-class task

Use your own words to describe one of your favorite film stars to your partner. Remember to tell the characteristics of him or her.

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Lead-in

Our topic today is “Charlie Chaplin ”. Charlie Chaplin, though gone for over 30 years, is still a promise of happiness for filmgoers. In a 1995 worldwide survey of film critics, Chaplin was voted the greatest actor in movie history. He was the first, and to date the last, person to control every aspect of the filmmaking process. Now let’s proceed with our topic-centered lead-in.

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Compound Dictation

Back

Directions: You will hear a passage three times. When the passage is read for the second time, you are required to fill in the blanks numbered from S1 to S8 with the exact words you have just heard. For blanks numbered S9 to S11 you are required to fill in missing information. For these blanks, you can either use the exact words you have just heard or write down the main points in your own words. Now listen to the passage.

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Compound Dictation

My first memories of movies are of flickering black images of Charlie Chaplin. The [S2] and white [S1] _______ _______ revival theatre in my neighborhood played silent honesty it was not a true movies often. In [S3] _______, revival theater. The elderly manager had only silent

movies to screen to his small [S4] _________. audiences Still, my
parents, grandparents and I gathered each Saturday

night to see Chaplin movies such as The Gold Rush.

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Compound Dictation

The manager liked this movie and showed it with advertised great [S5] _________ regularity even if he had [S6] _________ another movie. I came to know the [S7] ____ plot of this film very well. Chaplin, of course, played the same [S8] character ________, the Tramp, in all his early films. His clothes were [S9] ___________, mismatched his hat was torn and his cane was [S10]hopelessly _________ cricked. He walked like a penguin. He got into trouble and somehow always managed to get out of it.

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Compound Dictation

Although my family and I watched the same Chaplin’s short films and silent movies many times, we laughed at his predicaments (穷境,困局) as if we were seeing them for the first time. We were never tired of laughing. Chaplin had a special [S11] ____ gift composed for causing laughter. He also [S12] ____________ memorable music for his films. When I was in high school I played his Smile and This Is My Song in a piano recital.

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Compound Dictation

[S13]______________________________________ My parents and grandparents were there to ____________________________________________. hear Chaplin’s influence on my brief musical career As the years passed, Chaplin and my family passed Charlie was knighted by Queen with them. [S14] _____________________________ Elizabeth in 1975 He died in 1977. In 1981, a _______________. bronze statue of Chaplin standing on the plinth (底 座) was unveiled in London’s Leicester Square. [S15]_______________________________________ Inscribed on it were the words “The comic genius ________________________________. who gave pleasure to so many”

Text Study Notes to the Text Words and Expressions Idea Sharing Writing

Structure Analysis Understanding Summary Reproduction

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Text Study—Structure Analysis

I. Structure Analysis
Part I (Paras. 1-2) A general introduction to Charlie Chaplin Part II (Paras. 3-6) Charlie Chaplin’s artistic achievement Part III (Para. 7-8) Charlie Chaplin’s emotional life Part IV (Para. 9) Incident after Charlie Chaplin’s death

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Text Study—Understanding

II. Understanding
Biography of Charlie Chaplin

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Text Study—Understanding

Part I. General Introduction
A poor area of south London Place of birth: _______________________ Parents: Mother — temporarily declared mad ___________________________________ Fame: a Hollywood comic star 1. __________________________ Receiving permanent fame for __________________________ the comic character of The ________ Tramp. 2. __________________________ Winning reputation in other _____________ countries.

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Text Study—Understanding

Part II. Artistic Achievement
In the time of silent movies The huge success: ___________ The Tramp In the time of sound movies The success: e.g. ______________ Modern Times Secrets of great success immensely talented man; the Why? __________________________ urge to explore and extend his __________________________ talent ______

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Text Study—Understanding

1. The Tramp Special features of The Tramp: famous comic beggar: sport tiny … a character revolted against authority … Critics towards The Tramp: To many English people — too crude; didn’t all that English; not how the English behaved

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The Tramp

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Text Study—Understanding

2. Modern Times Specialties about his singing: Nonsense Language: __________ Effect of his singing: To Chaplin:_______________________ Help to bring about his huge _________ success

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Text Study—Understanding

Secrets of great success: Immensely talented man; The urge to explore and extend his talent Evidences: His script — Not written in advance In his great comedy — Physical senses / physical transformation: Lifeless objects other kinds of objects

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Text Study—Understanding

3. Gold Rush Boots were boiled and their soles eaten with salt and pepper like prime cuts of fish (the nails being removed like fish bones).

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Gold Rush

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Text Study—Understanding

Part III. Emotional Life
Chaplin’s emotional collision: need to be loved & fear of being betrayed Personal disaster; The collision found its way into his comic creations.

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Text Study—Understanding

City Lights Chaplin’s need to be loved.

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City Lights

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Text Study—Understanding

Monsieur Verdoux Chaplin’s fear of being betrayed can be found in this film in which Chaplin acted as a wife killer.

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Text Study—Understanding

Part III. Emotional Life
Chaplin’s In love with Oona O’Neil Stable happiness in his later years; Oona O’Neil gave him the love he needed.

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Text Study—Understanding

Why this marriage is called the “stable happiness”?

Because:

? There is a 37 years age difference between them. ? Oona’s stability and affection spanned this age difference. ? She was well-prepared for the battle.

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Active Expressions
Focus Study

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Notes to the Text—Active Expressions

I. Active Expressions
In English, you may find some expressions formed by very common words, but they are active and powerful. e.g. ? What’s on at the cinema tonight?

? 今晚电影院上演什么?
? What’s he up to? 他忙什么呢?

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Notes to the Text—Active Expressions

Find out the active expressions:
1. Chaplin quit Britain for good in 1913… (L8) 2. …he made up a nonsense language… (L26) 3. Chaplin didn’t have his jokes written into a script in advance... (L40) 4. The Tramp never loses his faith in the flower girl... (L51)

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Notes to the Text—Active Expressions

Active Expressions
1. quit: go away or leave; give up or resign from a position 2. for good: for ever 3. make up: to invent an excuse, fact, or story

4. in advance: beforehand; earlier
5. lose faith in: lose one’s trust or confidence in someone or something

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Notes to the Text—Active Expressions

Translation

1. 他愤然离开房间。 2. 我没有意识到她将永远离开我了。 3. 整件事都是她编造出来吓她父母的。

4. 你应该提早预订那场音乐会的票。
5. 我们再也不相信他了。

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Notes to the Text—Active Expressions

Key
1. He quit the room angrily. 2. I hardly realized she was leaving me for good. 3. She made the whole story up to shock her parents.

4. You should book tickets for the concert well in advance. 5. We’ve lost faith in him.

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Notes to the Text—Active Expressions

More Practice

1. 别对我大喊大叫,我不干了!

2. 我希望他们永远不要回来。 3. 不要为此编理由了。

4. 请把贵公司行程电邮给我,以便我预先 安排。 5. 自从考试不及格,他对自己的能力失去 了信心。

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Notes to the Text—Active Expressions

Key

1. Don’t shout at me. I quit! 2. I hope they’ve gone for good this time! 3. Don’t make an excuse for that.

4. Please e-mail me your plan so that I can arrange in advance. 5. He have lost faith in his ability since he failed in the exam.

Word Using Glossary

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1. He wore his mother’s old red stockings cut down for ankle socks. (L2)

Meaning: He wore a pair of ankle socks that were made from his mother’s red stockings.
他穿的短袜是从妈妈的红色长袜上剪下来的。

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Words and Expressions—Word Using

1. cut down (L2) to reduce

e.g.

She cut the old stockings down for ankle sock. I have to cut my essay down to 2000 words. You should cut down on fatty foods.

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Notes to the Text—Focus Study

2. Dickens might have created Charlie Chaplin’s childhood. But only Charlie Chaplin could have created the great comic character of “the Tramp”, the little man in rags who gave his creator permanent fame.

狄更斯或许能创作出查理· 卓别林的童年 故事,但只有查理· 卓别林才能塑造出了不 起的喜剧角色 “流浪汉” ,这个使其创 作者声名永驻的衣衫褴褛的小人物。

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Notes to the Text—Focus Study

2. Dickens might have created Charlie Chaplin’s childhood. But only Charlie Chaplin could have created the great comic character of “the Tramp”, the little man in rags who gave his creator permanent fame. might have v-ed: used to say that something was possible in the past, but it did not in fact happen Practice

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Notes to the Text—Focus Study

Translation ? The plan might easily have gone wrong, but in fact it was a great success. ? 这个计划可能很容易失败,但事实上却大大 成功了。 More ? 如果我早知道那部电影是周杰伦演的,就 可能会去看了。 ? If I’d known that Jay had starred in the film, I might have gone to see it.

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Words and Expressions—Word Using

3. the little man in rags who gave his creator permanent fame.(L5)

... Chaplin won himself long-lasting fame by creating the little character, “ the Tramp”, who is in poor clothes.

in rags: wearing clothes that are very old and
torn

Translation 穿着破破烂烂的小孩们向游客讨钱。 Key
Children in rags begged money from the tourists.

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Words and Expressions—Word Using

4. applause (L7) ① n. clapping of hands; praise, commendation ② v. to clap hands; praise sb. / sth.

Translation

The audience broke into applause.
Key

? 观众爆发出一阵掌声。

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Notes to the Text—Focus Study

5. Sad to say, many English people in the 1920s and 1930s thought Chaplin’s Tramp a bit, well, “crude”. (L11) sad to say: 遗憾的是;很遗憾

Practice

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Notes to the Text—Focus Study

Translation ? 遗憾的是,她没有允许我们做这件事。
? Sad to say, she hasn’t given us permission to do it.

Translation ? 遗憾的是婚约已被宣布解除。
? Sad to say, the engagement was declared off.

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Words and Expressions—Word Using

6. crude a. (L12)
① rude; ② in its natural state

e.g.
? He’s always telling crude jokes.

? crude oil 原油
辨析

? crude rubber 天然橡胶 ? native iron 生铁 ? raw cotton 原棉

4 2 7. Certainly middle-class audiences did; the workingclass audiences were more likely to clap for a character who revolted against authority, using his wicked little cane to trip it up, or aiming the heel of his boot for a well-placed kick at its broad rear.(L2)
Meaning: There is no doubt that middle-class audiences thought so (Chaplin’s Tramp was a bit crude); this character was more popular among working-class audiences because he showed his discontent with authority by using his little cane to make them fall or by kicking them in the rear.

中产阶级当然这样认为。劳动阶层反倒更有可 能为这样一个反抗权势的角色拍手喝彩:他以 顽皮的小拐杖使绊子,或用皮靴后跟对准权势 者肥大的臀部踢一下。

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Words and Expressions—Word Using

7. trip it up (L14) to cause sb. to fall or nearly fall over; force someone to make a mistake by tricking them

Translation ? Jack伸出脚把Mike绊倒了。

? Jack stuck out his foot and tripped Mike up.

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8. Chaplin’s comic beggar didn’t seem all that English or even working-class. (L15)

Meaning: … Chaplin’s amusing character, the beggar, wasn’t like an Englishman very much, neither was he like a working-class person.
…卓别林的滑稽乞丐形象并不那么像英国人, 甚至也不像劳动阶级的人。

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Words and Expressions—Word Using

8. all that (L16) very; particularly

Translation
Things aren’t all that good.

? 事情并不那么顺利。

Key ? 他并不比我们年纪大多少。
He wasn’t all that older than we were.

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9. English tramps didn’t sport tiny moustaches, huge pants or tail coats: European leaders and Italian waiters wore things like that. (L16)
Note: “Pants” is American English and always in the plural form whereas British English-speaking people prefer to say “trousers”. “Pants” in British English refer to underwear worn under one’s trousers.

英国流浪者并不留小胡子,也不穿肥大的裤 子或燕尾服:欧洲的领导人和意大利的侍者 才那样穿戴。

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Words and Expressions—Word Using

9. sport v. (L17) to wear or show publicly and sometimes proudly

e.g.

Back in the 1960s he sported bellbottom trousers, platform heels and hair down past his shoulders. 回顾20世纪60年代, 他那时穿着喇叭裤、 木屐式坡形高跟鞋、 蓄着过肩的长发。

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Words and Expressions—Word Using

10. behave v. (L20) to act; to conduct (oneself) properly

Translation
? Behave yourself!

? 放规矩点! Key ?你不觉得他近来举动十分古怪吗?
? Don’t you think that he has been behaving very strangely recently?

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11. But for over half of his screen career, Chaplin had no screen voice to confirm his British nationality. (L21)
Meaning: Since more than half of the roles Chaplin played were in silent films, therefore there was no way to confirm that he was British. 而在卓别林大半的银幕生涯中,银幕上的他 是不出声的,也就无从证明他是英国人。

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12. Indeed, it was a headache for Chaplin when he could no longer resist the talking movies and had to find “the right voice” for his Tramp.(L21)
Meaning: Indeed, it was a difficult thing for Chaplin when he had to accept talking movies and had to find “ a proper voice” for his Tramp. 事实上,当卓别林再也无法抵制有声电影, 不得不为他的 “流浪汉” 寻找 “合适的声 音” 时,他确实很头疼。

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13. He postponed that day as long as possible: In Modern Times in 1936, the first film in which he was heard as a singing waiter, he made up a nonsense language which sounded like no known nationality.(L23)
Meaning: He put off that day as long as he could: In his first talking movie, Modern Times in 1936, he played the role of a waiter who sang in a silly language that sounded like no other known language.

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他尽可能地推迟那一天的到来:在1936年 的《摩登时代》里,他第一次在影片里发声 唱歌。在片中,他扮演一名侍者,满口胡言 乱语,听起来不像任何国家的语言。

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Words and Expressions—Word Using

13. postpone vt. (L24) delay something to a later date or time

Translation 比赛被推迟到了下周。 Key
? The game has been postponed until next week.

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14. make up (L26) invent a story, etc. in order to a later date or time

Translation 我正试图为迟到这么长时间编个恰当的理由。 Key

? I was trying to make up a good excuse for being so late.

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Words and Expressions—Word Using

15. come down in the world (L28) to have less money and a worse social position than one had before

Translation
She felt she had really come down in the world.

Key 她感到她的确已经穷困潦倒了。

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16. He was an immensely talented man, determined to a degree unusual even in the ranks of Hollywood stars. (L33)
Meaning: He was a man of great talent, whose determination seemed unusual even among Hollywood stars.
他是一个才能非凡的人,他的决心之大甚至 在好莱坞明星中也十分少见。

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17. He already had the urge to explore and extend a talent he discovered in himself as he went along. (L35)
Meaning: He then had a strong desire to further discover and develop his talent as he progressed in his career.
在事业发展之初,他就感到一种冲动要去发 掘并扩展自己身上所显露的天才。

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Words and Expressions—Word Using

17. have the/an urge to do sth. (L35) have a strong desire to do something

Translation 他十分想成为电影明星。 Key

He has an urge to become a movie star.
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当心情不好时,她总是 有一种要做· · · · · · 的 欲望: 有一种购物的欲望。

to have the urge / a deep need to do sth.

When she is in bad mood, she always in bad mood / go shopping has the urge to go shopping.
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Words and Expressions—Word Using

18. go along. (L36) advance; move further with something

Translation 像你这样的工作做着做着就变得乏味了。 Key

? Work like this becomes less interesting as you go along.

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19. “It can’t be me. Is that possible? How extraordinary, ” is how he greeted the first sight of himself as the Tramp on the screen. (L36)
Meaning: When Chaplin first saw himself acting the role of the Tramp on the screen, he was surprised and couldn’t believe it was him. 当他第一次在银幕上看到自己扮演的 “流 浪汉” 时,他说:“这不可能是我。那可 能吗?瞧这角色多么与众不同啊!”

Words and Expressions—Word Using 4 2 20. But that shock roused his imagination. (L39)

rouse v. (L39) to make sb. very angry, excited, interested; to make sb. wake up;

e.g.

She was sleeping so soundly that I couldn’t rouse her.
辨析
arouse 唤醒 arise 出现

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21. Chaplin didn’t have his jokes written into a script in advance; (L40)
Meaning: Chaplin didn’t write down his jokes beforehand.
卓别林并没有把他的笑料事先写成文字。
in advance: beforehand, earlier

你应该提前订好音乐会的票。
You should book ticket for the concert well in advance.

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22. He already had the urge to explore and extend a talent he discovered in himself as he went along (L35)
Meaning: He then had a strong desire to further discover and develop his talent as he progressed in his career.
在事业发展之初,他就感到一种冲动要去发 掘并扩展自己身上所显露的天才。

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Words and Expressions—Word Using

24. find one’s way (L51) to arrive or get somewhere after some time

Translation ? 条条江河通大海。 ?Rivers find their way into the sea. Key

? 据说多媒体将很快进入家用市场。
It’s said that multimedia will soon find its way into the home market.

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25. The Tramp never loses his faith in the flower girl who’ll be waiting to walk into the sunset with him; (L51)
Meaning: The Tramp always believes that the flower girl will be waiting to join him to enjoy their life together.
“流浪汉” 始终没有失去对卖花女的信心, 相信她正等待着与自己共同走进夕阳之中;

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Words and Expressions—Word Using

25. lose faith in

(L36)

lose one’s trust or confidence in someone or something

Translation 人们对英国议会已经失去了信任。 Key

? People have lost faith in the British Parliament.

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Words and Expressions—Word Using

26. relief n. (L55) the easing of a burden or distress

e.g.
What a relief! I pass the exam finally!

辨析
v. relieve
release 释放,放开

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Words and Expressions—Word Using

27. find … in sb. (L56) to discover that sb. has certain qualities

Use It
Who is your idol? What did you find in him/her?

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Notes to the Text—Focus Study

28. In Oona O’Neill Chaplin, he found a partner whose stability and affection spanned the 37 years age difference between them that had seemed so threatening, that when the official who was marrying them in 1942, turned to the beautiful girl of 17 who’d given notice of their wedding date and said, … (L61)
Structure Analysis of the Sentence

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Notes to the Text—Focus Study

① he found a partner
② whose stability … age difference between them ③ that had seemed so … that …

④ when the official … turned to the beautiful girl of 17 … and said ,… ⑤ who was marrying them in 1942 ⑤ who’d given notice of their wedding date

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Words and Expressions—Word Using

28. unfounded a. (L63) not based on fact

Use It
What would you like to react to the unfounded rumors(谣言) to you?

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Words and Expressions—Word Using

29. spark vt. (L65) make something happen

Translation The proposal would spark a storm of protest around the country. Key
? 这个提议会引起全国范围的抗议浪潮。

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30. The police recovered it with more efficiency than Mack Sennett’s clumsy Keystone Cops would have done…. (L68)
Meaning: The police found Chaplin’s body much more quickly than the silly policeman in Mack Sennett’s comedies would have… 警方追回了他的尸体,其效率比麦克· 塞纳 特拍摄的启斯东喜剧片中的笨拙警察要高得 多…

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30. but one can’t help feeling Chaplin would have regarded this strange incident as a fitting memorial— (L69)
Meaning: We can easily imagine that Chaplin would have seen it as a proper way to commemorate him…
但是人们不禁会感到,卓别林一定会把这一奇怪的 事件看作是对他的十分恰当的纪念

Word Using
Old to New

Chinese to English IV. Check Yourself

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Words and Expressions—Glossary

II. Glossary
comedy act talent scout audience character/role

喜剧
表演,演出 星探 观众 角色

talking movie
script

有声电影
剧本

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After-class Tasks

IV. Check Yourself
Put the sentences below into English, with words and expressions of this unit.

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After-class Tasks

1.You can check in _________________ two hours in advance (提 前两小时). 2. Because of the crude manner of his boss, he decided to quit his job (他决定辞职). _____________________ will lose faith in the bank 3. In the end the masses ____________________ (将对这家银行失去信心) which will hamper its development.

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After-class Tasks

make up a good excuse for 4. I was trying to _______________________ being so late (为迟到这么长时间编个恰当 ___________ 的理由).

gets increasingly short-tempered 5. My father __________________________ (越来越容易发火) as he gets older. he got the upper hand 6. In the third round _____________________ (他占了上风) over his opponent and knocked him out.

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After-class Tasks

had been subject to 7. Everyone interviewed __________________ unfair treatment (都受到了不公正的对待). _____________

might have chosen anyone for the job 8. They ________________________________ (也许可以选择其他任何人做这个工作), but they picked me.

don’t feel like doing anything (什么都 9. I just ________________________ 不想做) tonight.

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After-class Tasks

in him a man of music talent (发现 10. We found ___________________________ 他是一个有音乐天赋的人).

Imitation Show

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Idea sharing

Imitation Show
Type:Group Activity Instructions: Choose any one clip of Charlie Chaplin’s films (silent or talking ones), imitate the performance and show it to your classmates. Tips:Students may choose the clips shown on class or go to More Choices.

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III. Summary
Chaplin is a great comic not only for his own mother country but more for the world. Chaplin’s Tramp was considered a crude and thought that he had too much of an eye for little _____ appearance the ladies and that his clothes gave him an __________ more like an Italian waiter than anything else. He resisted talking movie until 1936 when he made up a making a ______ nonsense language which sounded like no known _________ nationality. Chaplin achieved great success because he talented man and the kind of comic who was an immensely _______ used his _______ physical senses to invent his art as he went along. (To be continued)

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collision between the need to be loved However, the _______ and the fear of being _______ betrayed resulted in disaster in his ________ emotional life which was shown in his movies. Eventually, life gave Chaplin the stable _________, happiness that is, his marriage with Oona O’Neil. Chaplin died on _________ Day 1977. Christmas

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IV. Reproduction
An Exhibition of Charlie Chaplin’s Artistry and Life Class Set-up Class Activity

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? Class Set-up
The students will be divided into several groups to participate in the exhibition of Charlie Chaplin’s Artistry and Life including the 4 parts mentioned in the text. Every group will get its own part by drawing lots (抽签) and set up its booth ( 展位 ) in the classroom. Necessary pictures or film clips or music are allowed to make the exhibition better.

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? Class Activity Every group has 2 exhibitors to introduce the exhibited part and answer the questions from visitors, while the rest members of each group will act as visitors to view and raise questions about other groups’ display. After the exhibition, one representative from each group will report their own job, then the whole class will choose the best exhibitor.

Structured Writing Practical Writing

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Structured Writing

I. Structured Writing
A General Statement Supported by Details A general statement (G.S.)

Detail 1

Detail 2

Detail 3

Sample

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1. A Sample
G.S. Lifeless objects especially helped Chaplin D1
make “contact” with himself as an artist. He turned them into other kinds of objects. Thus, a broken alarm clock in the movie The Pawnbroker became a “sick” patient undergoing surgery; boots were boiled in D2 his film The Gold Rush and their soles eaten with salt and pepper like prime cuts of fish (the nails being 45 removed like fish bones).

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2. Your task
Write a short composition with a general statement and its corresponding supporting details.
Topic: The Hazards of Movie-going

Sample

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Sample
Although I love movies, I’ve found that there are drawbacks to movie-going. One problem is just the inconvenience of it all. It can take me long time to drive to the theater and find a parking spot. Another problem is my lack of self-control at the theater. I often stuff myself with unhealthy calorie-laden snacks for the limited choices. The worst problem is some of the other movie-goers. Kids run up and down the aisle. It’s noisy and messy in the theater. All in all, I would rather stay home and watch TV comfortably.

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Practical Writing

II. Practical Writing
Graduation Certificate (毕业证书) Features: 1. With the signature of the president of the university; Begins with “I hereby certify that…”

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2. With the words: “成绩合格”, “修业期满”, “准予毕业” pass all the examinations “成绩合格” fulfill all the requirements prescribed by the Department “修业期满” “准予毕业” Complete the four years’ courses was allowed to graduate graduated from the university

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Sample 1

毕业证书
学生 赵虎君,性别 男,上海市人,一九八五年 五月二日生,二零零四年九月至二零零八年七月 在本校计算机科学工程系计算机及应用专业肆年 制本科就读,修业期满,成绩合格,准予毕业。
学校印 章 上海交通大学 校 长 (签名)

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Sample 1 GRADUATION CERTIFICATE

I hereby certify that Zhao Hujun, male, born on May 2, 1985, was a student of the computer application major of the Department of Computer Science & Engineering and, having completed the four years’ courses from September 2004 to July 2008 and fulfilled all the requirements prescribed by the Department, graduated from Shanghai Jiao Tong University in July 2008.
STAMP

(Signature) President Shanghai Jiao Tong University

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Sample 2 毕业证书 学生陈松系浙江省宁 波市人,现年二十四 岁,于二零零四年九 月入本校外国语言文 学系英语专业,学习 四年,按教学计划完 成全部学业,成绩合 格,准予毕业。 第0364号 照片

北京师范大学 校长 公章 (签名)
二零零八年七月一日

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Sample 2 Graduation Certificate NO.0364 I hereby certify that Chen Song, aged 照片 24, a student from Ningbo, Zhejiang Province, who was admitted to the English Program of the Department of Foreign Languages and Literature, Beijing Normal University (signature) 2004, has completed the four years’ Chancellor courses and, having satisfied all the stamp requirements set by the syllabus, graduated from Beijing Normal Date: July 1, 2008 University.

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Your Task
Write a graduation certificate for yourself in English.

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