Presentation on theme: "Art and literature Welcome to my class Director: 胡博 Number:20030614093."— Presentation transcript:
Art and literature Welcome to my class Director: 胡博 Number:
Vincent van Gogh Dutch painter suffer from poverty kill himself Sunflower
Old chair sunflower
Italy th century drawing eggs
Spain 20 th century A smoking woman
Qi Baishi Hunan born in a poor family made his living by drawing pictures good at drawing flowers and creatures
listening 1. Art: Place: Time: Ticket price: Adults: Children: Groups: Painting\Picasso Capital Museum Mon.---Fri. 8am----6pm $5 $3 $2 (at least 5 people)
2. Art: Place: Time: Ticket price: Adults: Children: Groups: Peking Opera Music Hall, on Green street next to the cinema Thursday at 7pm $7 Student:$5 under14:$3 $4
3. Art: Place: Time: Ticket price: Adults: Children: Groups: A theatre play the Tempest Grand Theatre March 3, 7pm $10 Under18: $8 $6
A: Hello. May I speak to Lihua? B: This is Lihua. Is that Wang Bin? A: Yes, Wang Bin speaking. There are two films to be shown on Sunday evening. One is called “Last Chance” and the other is called “Under the Moon”. Do you want to go to see one of them? B: Which film do you want to see? A: I’ve decided to see “Under the Moon”. B: What is the film about? A: It is about a girl and her boy friend who had an adventurous vacation. B: Why do you choose this one? A: It’s a romantic comedy. I think it’s sweet and funny. I like this kind of film. B: When and where is this film shown? A: At Green Field Cinema at 8 o’clock in the afternoon. B: How much are the tickets? A: $4. Would you like to go with me? B: Certainly I will. Let’s meet at the cinema gate at 7:30. Ok? A: OK. Bye-bye!
Magic powers Harry Potter riding a broom Harry Potter in a night bus A classroom at Hogwarts
Daniel Alan Radcliffe England 23 July 1989 nickname Dan “David Copperfield” (young David) in 1999 “The tailor of Panama”, 2000
Reading comprehension 1. JK Rowling’s books are not about________. A. Harry Potter, a boy with a scar on his forehead and a secret past B. magic and strange creatures C. habits and languages D. the real world 2. Harry’s life is miserable before he goes to Hogwarts because ____________. A. he doesn’t know what to do about his life B. a bird tells him to go to Hogwarts C. he knows nothing about magic D. his parents are dead and the family he is living with treats him badly. C D
3. At Hogwarts Harry Potter learns the following things except ___________. A. he needs to be strong and help his friends when they need him B. it is difficult to do the right thing C. the truth about his past D. how powerful love is E. magic F. it is enough to be strong in heart and mind G. it is important and difficult to be a good friend H. how to be brave and to do things he used to be afraid of
4. Rowling uses strange creatures in her books for the following reasons except ________. A. she can add to the magic effect of the story B. she is a world famous writer C. the strange creatures can tell us something about the real world D. they can make the books more attractive to children A crow is sending a letter to Harry Potter.
Welcome to the world of J K Rowling! It is a world of magic and wonders, a world where anything can happen. Many of the creatures in Rowlling’s world are not real, and much of what happens is strange. JK Rowling has written a series of books about Harry Potter, a boy with a scar on his forehead and a secret past. The books are about magic and strange creatures, but they still tell us something about the real world In the first book about Harry Potter, we meet Harry Potter before he knows anything about magic. Harry seems like a normal boy, but his life is miserable. His parents are dead and he lives with a family that treats him badly. Harry is very unhappy and doesn’t know what to do about his life. His life changes when a bird tells him to go to Hogwarts and become a student of Witchcraft and Wizardry. something strange or unreal in the world a number of books in order the front part of one’s head when he knows nothing looks the family he lives with does sth bad to him what he should do a school
Hogwarts is an unusual school where the students learn about magic and how to be wizards. But for Harry the most important lesson is about real life, friendship and how to be brave. Harry learns more than magic at Hogwarts. He makes new friends and learns how important and difficult it is to be a good friend. His friends help him when he is in trouble, but he must be also strong and help them when they need him. Harry also learns to be brave and to do things he used to be afraid of. He learns the truth about his past, a dark secret that will make his life and his choices more difficult. At Hogwarts, Harry also learns about the power of love. The magic, many strange creatures and the adventures Harry comes across at Hogwarts help him understand the real world. and at the school for sb, the most important lesson is … Harry not only … but also … He learns how important and difficult it is to learn English well. meets with difficulties are in trouble have courage that the dark secret how powerful love is Harry happens to meet
Harry has to fight against bad wizards and do the right thing. Together with his friends, Harry learns that it is not always easy to do what is right. You must believe in what you do and who you are if you want to succeed in the world—the magical world of Hogwarts or the real one. Where someone is born and what a person looks like is not as important as what he or she grows up to be. Two people may speak different languages, have different habits or even come from two different worlds, but they can still be friends if they share the same goals, hopes and dreams. It is not enough to be strong in heart and mind, we must also believe in ourselves and help others if we want to be happy and live a good life. Harry and his friends learn that… often difficult believe that you can do what you do be successful world What one grows up to be can’t be decided by where he is born or what he … No matter what languages two people speak, what habits they have, or even where they come from, they can still be friends so long as they enjoy with each other the same goals, hopes and dreams. believe that we are good enough to do something well. other people live a happy life live a miserable life
Harry Potter The world of Rowling is a world of magic and wonders, a world where anything can happen. Harry potter is a boy with a scar on his forehead who seems normal enough but has a secret past. Harry’s life is miserable before he goes to the Hogwarts School of witchcraft and wizardry. His parents are dead and he lives with a family that treats him badly. But Harry’s life changes when he goes to the very unusual Hogwarts and becomes a student of witchcraft and wizardry.
At Hogwarts Harry not only learns about magic and how to be a wizard but also makes new friends and learns how important and difficult it is to be a good friend. He learns to be brave. He also learns the truth about his past and learns about the power of love and goodness. The magic, many strange creatures and the adventures Harry comes across at Hogwarts help him understand the real world. Harry feels that you must believe in what you do and who you are if you want to succeed in the world—the magical world of Hogwarts or the real one. Where someone is born and what a person looks like is not as important as what he or she grows up to be. It is not enough to be strong in heart and mind, we must also believe in ourselves and help others if we want to be happy and live a good life. Readers share his feeling as they read Rowling’s books.
123 ArtPaintings / Picasso Beijing OperaA theatre play The tempest PlaceCapital Museum Music HallGrand Theatre Time Weekdays:8am-6pm / weekend: 4-8pm Thursday 7pmMarch 3:7pm Adults$5$7$10 Children$3Students:$5 / under 14: $3 Under 18 $8 groups$2$4$6