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高一英语A-taste-of-English-humour课件4


Warming up

Language Points
Reading Supplementary reading & speaking

Warming up: Discussion
? How many kinds of humor do you know? And examples? ? Can you name some famous actors or actresses who are good at humor? ? Do you think foreign people can understand all the Chinese humor? Give your reason.

slide – slid – slid
? (cause sth. to) move or make sth move smoothly along a surface (使某物)滑动 ? Carefully she slid along the ice. ? (cause sth. to) move quietly so as not to be noticed (使某物)悄悄地或偷偷地移动 ? They slid out of the room when nobody was looking.

bump into
? knock into ? He kept falling over and bumping into things. ? I bumped into an old school friend in town today.

content
? ? ? ? ? ? adj. satisfied, happy, not wanting more be content with sth. be content to do sth. Are you content with your present salary? He is quite content to work in this company. I’ll be well content to help you.

? v. content oneself with ? Tom contented himself with one glass of beer even though he could have had more. ? n. that which is contained in sth.所含之物;内容 ? I like the style of her writing but I don’t like the content.

badly off
? in a poor position, esp. financially 潦倒;穷 困 ? well off ? They are too badly off to have a holiday. ? In fact most people are better off than they were five years ago.

astonish v.
? to surprise sb. greatly ? Diana astonished her family by winning three competitions. ? What astonishes me most is his complete lack of fear. ? We were astonished to hear the news. ? an astonishing piece of news ? She looked astonishingly beautiful. ? To my astonishment, the keys were in the door.

inspire v.
? inspire sb (with sth.) / inspire sth (in sb.): to fill sb. with thoughts, feelings or aims激励或鼓舞某人 ? His speech inspired them with hope. ? This inspired in us a love for learning.
? inspire sb. (to do sth.): fill sb with the ability or urge to do or feel sth beyond his usual ability 赋 予某人灵感,启示,启迪 ? His father’s words inspired him to try again.

particular adj.
? (only before noun) used to talk about one thing or person and not others ? Is there any particular restaurant you’d like to go to? ? Fred hasn’t seen that particular film. ? special ? You should pay particular attention to spelling. ? Is there any particular thing that’s worrying you? ? choosing things carefully and not easily satisfied ? Tom’s very particular about his food. ? in particular: specially ? Are you looking for anything in particular? ? It was a good concert – I enjoyed the last song in particular.

entertain v.
? to invite people to your home for a meal or party or take your company’s customers to have a meal, drinks etc. ? The restaurant is mainly used for entertaining important guests. ? to do sth that amuses or interests people ? entertain sb. with ? He entertained us with a funny story. ? entertaining adj. amusing and interesting ? an entertaining party ? entertainment n. shows, films, television, or other performances or activities that entertain people ? popular entertainment ? There is live entertainment in the bar every night.

failure n.
? a person or a thing that fails ? She said she was a failure as a manager. ? His first attempt at ice-skating was a miserable failure. ? lack of success 失败,不成功 ? All of my efforts ended in failure.

overcome – overcame – overcome
? to deal with and control a problem or feeling ? He’s trying to overcome his drug addiction and find a job. ? Let’s hope she overcomes her shyness.
? (usu. passive) to have such a strong effect on someone that they become weak, unconscious, or unable to control their feelings. ? be overcome by excitement / fear / sadness, etc

fortunate
? ? ? ? adj. lucky Think of others less fortunate than yourselves. You’re fortunate that you’ve still got a job. I was fortunate in having such supportive parents

? fortunately adv. ? Fortunately the fire was discovered soon after it started

? fortune n. a very large amount of money ? The guy who invented Post-It notes must have made a fortune by now. ? She paid 50 yuan to have her fortune told.

be caught
? in a bad situation ? We were caught in a rainstorm on the way here. ? Jim was caught in a heavy traffic jam.

pick out
? to choose someone or sth. carefully ? Pick out all the words in the poem that suggest happiness.
? to recognize someone or sth. in a group of people or things. ? It was easy to pick out Bob’s father.

as if
? ? ? ? ? ? He looks as if he had met a ghost. He talks to me as if he were my leader. The black sky looks as if it would fall. It looks as if it is going to rain It seems as if John is right. It seems as if our plan will be more perfect.

cut off
? to separate by cutting it from the main part 切下, 割下,砍下 ? Her little finger was cut off in an accident at the factory.
? to interrupt sb. speaking on the phone by breaking the connection切断电话线;使某人通话 中断 ? We were cut off in the middle of our conversation.

star, starred, starring
? to act the part of the main character in a film or play ? She will star in the film this year. ? starring role

Dictation
1. 2. 3. 4. 5. She has once starred in an entertaining film. He is a failure as an actor, but a success as a director. We find it hard to overcome that difficulty. I am fortunate in having such outstanding parents. I failed to pick out the particular words within the limited time. 6. What astonished me was that his living conditions were worse off than mine. 7. I bumped into an old friend in town today, and his words inspired confidence in me. 8. She contented herself with a few mouthfuls of food.

Reading: understanding ideas
? What kind of humor is unkind? ? Who did Charlie Chaplin use this in his work? ? How did he make a bad situation funny in “The Gold Rush”?

? Watch the movie clip of “The Gold Rush”
? Do you like his style of acting? ? Do you find it funny? Why or why not?

Writing style
? Is this passage written in the first person or in the third person? ? What may be the difference if it is changed? ? What words did the writer choose to express his or her feelings about Charlie Chaplin?

? Watch the movie clip of Mr. Bean. What do you laugh at? What kind of humor is it? ? Read the supplementary reading and see if you can understand all the English humor. ? Which do you think is the funniest? Share your opinion with your partner.

summary

Nonverbal humor

Body language A play on words

HUMOR
Verbal humor

? Watch the movie clip. Rachel is leaving for Paris, but Ross wants her to stay … ? Continue the story in your group, and act it out. How can Ross make Rachel get off the plane?

They are good at making a sad situation entertaining!

? Finish watching the movie clip. ? Write a funny story according to what you’ve acted.

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