Module 6 Unit 1 Laughter is good for you. 南京九中 陆昕. Lead-in. Life consists of laughter and tears. People around the world love to laugh. Which do you think is better for you, laughing every day or an apple per day?. Who am I?. Is that…?. Mr. Bean?. Yes! It’s Mr. Bean!.
Life consists of laughter and tears. People around the world love to laugh. Which do you think is better for you, laughing every day or an apple per day?
It’s Mr. Bean!
you see him?
Who are they?
How do you feel when you see them?
What makes people laugh?
How can we put more laughter in our lives?
What would you say?
A British would say:
“It’s a little damp outside.”
B. In the spring.
A. I didn’t ask when. I asked you where.
Do you like British sense of humour?
Would you like to learn more about it?
1. The British like to make fun of themselves as well as others.
2. To know that the British often use understatement.
Understatement means saying less than you think or feel.
People from different classes of society.
They make jokes about people’s accents, the way they dress and the way they behave.
Body movements and facial expressions.
Because he does things that adults in the real world cannot do.
Because you don’t have to speak English to understand the humour.
Who is the best joke-teller?
Dad, cat! Run, run, run!
I have told you thousands of times to learn a foreign language is very important!
I see, dad.
Homework language is very important!