Unit 5 Films. Reading(1) Wang Huiming. Do you know them? Who is your favourite star? Say something about your favourite star. Jay Chou. Jet Li. Ruby. Audrey ’ s whole life. ( Her early life). ( Her acting life ). ( Her late life ). Listen and answer the question(para 1).
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Unit 5 Films Reading(1) Wang Huiming
Do you know them? Who is your favourite star? Say something about your favourite star. Jay Chou Jet Li Ruby
Audrey’s whole life ( Her early life) ( Her acting life ) ( Her late life )
Listen and answer the question(para 1) Is Audrey Hepburn only famous in the USA? No.She is famous not only in the USA, but also in other parts of the world.
Read para 1 ,then answer Who is Audrey Hepburn? Audrey Hepburn is one of Hollywood’s all—time greatest actresses.
Audrey Hepburn is one of Hollywood’s all-time greatest actresses. She is famous not only in the USA, but also in other parts of the world. When Hepburn died in 1993, the world mourned the loss of a great beauty, a great actress and a great humanitarian.
Answer questions(para 2) Her early life • 1.When and where was Audrey Hepburn born? • 2.What was her dream before she entered the film industry?
What is the Oscar? • It is an award that is given in the USA each year for the bestfilm, best actor in the film industry.
Answer questions(para3----6) Her acting life • 1.What film did Hepburn act in 1951 when she met Colette? • 2.Which film made her become famous immediately? • 3. How many Oscar nominations did she enter? • 4.In her only TV series,what did she want to remind us?
Find the films In 1951 Monte Carlo Baby Mark the beginning of her successful career Gigi Win an Oscar Roman Holiday Ondine Win the Tony Awards Some of the famous films she acted in Funny Face Breakfast at Tiffany’s My Fair Lady Play the role of angel Always Gardens of the world with Audrey Hepburn Her final appearance on TV
(Para7---8) Her late life
Fill in the blanks with the right words achievements actress humanitarian • Audrey’s (achieve) went beyond the film industry. People remember her nor just as a great (act) but also as a great (human) because she devoted much of her time to charity. She spend the last of her life working (close) with UNICEF to help children in different parts of the world. Her efforts in this area earned her a number of (award) . In 1992,the president of the United States presented her with the Presidential Medal Freedom for her work. • In 1991, Audrey discovered that she had cancer. On 10th Jan.1993,she took her last walk in her garden. Ten days (late), at the age of 63, she passed away, • (peace), in her sleep. closely poor awards later peacefully
T or F questions: 1. Audrey Hepburn had been a writer before she became an actress. 2. Audrey met Colette when she was filming My Fair Lady. F model F Monte Carlo Baby
3. Audrey Hepburn won the Best Actress Oscar once. 4. Audrey won the Tony Awards for the Play Gigi. T F Ondine
5. Funny Face was Audrey Hepburn’s last Hollywood film. 6. Audrey Hepburn acted in a TV series called Gardens of the world with Audrey Hepburn. 7. Audrey Hepburn loved dancing. 8. Audrey is well known just for her beauty. F Always T T F
Audrey Hepburn’s life time events Was born in Belgium • On 4th May 1929 • At a young age • In 1951 • Shortly after • In 1989 • In 1991 • In 1992 • On 20th Jan. 1993 Learned ballet ,a model, entered film Film ‘Monte Carlo Baby’, Met Colette, played the lead role in ‘Gigi’ Acted a princess in ’Roman Holiday’, won an Oscar for Best Actress Acted in Always Discovered that she had cancer Achieved Presidential Medal of Freedom in the USA Passed away peacefully in her sleep
Discussion What made Audrey successful? 2.
chance + effort + kindness = achievement
Homework: • Read the whole passage again and again. • Finish the exercises B1 B2 C2 on page 84—85.