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Title: Shark Tale


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Shark Tale
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The theme---Nobody VS Somebody
Appreciate a poem by Emily Dickinson
--- Im nobody! Who are you?

Appreciate a poem by Emily Dickinson
  • I'm nobody! Who are you?
  • Are you nobody too?
  • Then there's a pair of us? Don't tell!
  • They'd advertise, you know!
  • How dreary to be somebody!
  • How public--like a frog-
  • To tell one's name the livelong June
  • To an admiring bog!

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The features of the movie I
Looking a little fishy
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Oscar
cleaner wrasse
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Lola
lion fish
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Angie
  • angelfish

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Sykes
puffer fish
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Lenny
Great White Shark
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  • Jellyfish(??)

Octopus(??)
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The features of the movie II
The Imitation of the Voice Actors
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Matching Game
Angelina Julie
Renée Zellweger
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Will Smith
Robert De Niro
Jack Black
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protruding ears
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Look at their mouths similar?
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Thick sexy lips Flowing hair
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  • mole

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Bushy eyebrows Teeth
Martin Scorsese
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  • rounder nose
  • fuller cheeks

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the sweetness in the way her eyes crinkle up
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The features of the movie III
Real Life Scenes in the Movie
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  • Times Square
  • reef version of Times Square

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Flower Shop
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Traffic Accident
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  • Traffic Lights

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Dirt-wagon
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tourists
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News Report
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Pawnshop ??
Note prawn ?? Pawnshop??, ??????? prawnshop.
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trolleybus tour
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Sushi bowl
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Whale Wash
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Horse race
Sea Horse Race
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Walk of Fame
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American Pop Culture
  • Hip-Hop culture
  • New York City Los Angeles City

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Hip-Hop
  • What is hip-hop?
  • The Elements
  • Deejaying (DJing, turntabling)
  • Emceeing (MCing, freestyle rap) --- Master of
    ceremonies
  • MC???Rapper,??MC?????????????????????????,
    ???????????????
  • b-boying (Hip-hop dance ) break dance
  • Graffiti
  • hip hop fashion
  • baggy clothes, multi-finger rings, gold or
    platinum chains , baseball caps, hooded sweaters,
    large glasses, boots or sneakers

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  • Hip-hop is a culture.
  • Hip hop also refers to hip hop music, or rap
    music.
  • Hip Hop is a cultural movement in the Bronx
    borough of New York City
  • among African American and Latino
    communities
  • began in the early 1970s
  • spreading into the mainstream during the
    early 1980s
  • spread all over the world by the 1990s

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  • Graffiti, or graf, started as underground urban
    art boldly displayed in public areas, usually
    sides of buildings or walls.
  • It was used by citizens to make political and
    social commentary, as well as gangs to mark
    territory.

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Graffiti On The Great Wall of China
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Learning English through Movie
  • love ya
  • see ya
  • gimme
  • kinda
  • aint it great?

love you
see you
give me
kind of
e.g. in a weird kinda way
  • (am not,are not,is not,has not? have not
  • ????)

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Learning English through Movie
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Learning English through Movie
  • I'm already punched in? Angie.
  • Good morning. Can I help you? deep One wash and
    lube, please. - Hot wax? - Please. Kelp(??)
    scrape? We're having a special.
  • Why not? It is mating season, and I'm feelin'
    lucky. Sykes' Whale Wash. A whale of a wash, and
    the price... oh, my gosh.

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Learning English through Movie
  • We do a couple of practice runs, badda-bing
    badda-boom, Pop's happy, you're a shark, life
    goes on. Capiche?
  • Okay. Okay, capiche.
  • Bingo. Right there. Dead ahead. You see it? TV
    dinner. Don't get easier than this.

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Learning English through Movie
  • Would you just sit down, okay?
  • - Thank you. I've been goin' over my markers.
    You're into me for five grand.
  • - 5 G's, okay?
  • - 5 G's? Man, you trippin'? 5 G's.
  • Oh, yeah? See if this refreshes your memory.

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Learning English through Movie
  • You had the money to pay me back and you bet it
    anyway?
  • - Hold up.
  • - Gimme that!
  • - Clearly I've made a mistake.
  • - No, no, wait! Lola! Look.
  • Deep down, I'm really superficial. And don't get
    me wrong, you're cute, but... you're a nobody.

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Learning English through Movie
  • Oscar Don't swallow.
  • - Oscar? - No, it's Pinocchio. Of course it's me.
  • - Oscar Why did you do that?
  • - I'm sorry.
  • No. "Sorry" is when you step on somebody's fin at
    the movies.
  • "Sorry" is when you say, "When's the baby due?"
    and it turns out the person's just fat.

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Learning English through Movie
  • TV Seems The Sharkslayer not only conquered a
    few sharks today, but maybe a few hearts?
  • Has the reef's most eligible bachelor been
    snapped up?
  • I'm Katie Current, here live, watching the
    Sharkslayer making out.

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Learning English through Movie
  • It's not like you feel the same way about her.
    laughs
  • You know, I don't think this is gonna work out.
  • Wait, are you dumping me? Let me explain
    something to you.

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Learning English through Movie
  • According to the latest Scallop Poll, fear of
    sharks is at an all-time high. Join us tonight
    for an in-depth report. How long must this reef
    live under siege(??) ? Is there no hero among us?
    Who can stop this shark menace(??)?
  • Scallop Poll ????

Gallop Poll ???????
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Presentation Time
  • New York City Attractions
  • Los Angeles Attractions

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Supplementary Materials for Teachers
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New York City--- the Big Apple
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  • Statue of Liberty This gift from France has
    become the symbol of New York City. It was a gift
    from the French government for the 100th
    birthday of America's Independence. The steel
    framework was made by Gustave Eiffel, who also
    built the Eiffel Tower in Paris. The Statue of
    Liberty is 46,5 meters high and together with the
    pedestal it reaches 93 meters. It used to be
    possible to take the staircase inside the statue
    and walk all the way up the 354 steps to the head
    from where you have a nice view on New York City,
    but for security reasons it was not allowed
    anymore for some time after Sept. 11.

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Empire Sate Building More than any other
building in the world, the Empire State Building
represents the ambition of humans to build towers
that reach for the skies. It probably is New
York's best known landmark and is prominent on
many postcards. At the time it was built on 5th.
Avenue, it broke all records and was dubbed 'the
8th world wonder'. It had 64 elevators (now 73)
and was built in only 1 year, 45 days. You can
visit the Empire State Building from where you
have a magnificent view. The Empire State
Building is situated south of Midtown, away from
the skyscraper clusters downtown in the financial
district and midtown, so this is one of the few
places in Manhattan where you have a great 360
degrees view.
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  • Central Park is one of those places that make New
    York such a great place to live. The huge park,
    843 acres large, is located in the center of
    Manhattan. Its design is an example for city
    parks around the world. The park boasts several
    lakes, theaters, ice rinks, fountains, tennis
    courts, baseball fields, many playgrounds and
    other facilities. It is also home to the Central
    Park Zoo and the Metropolitan museum of Art.
    Especially during the weekends, when cars are not
    allowed into the park, Central Park is a welcome
    oasis in this hectic city.

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5 boroughs in New York City
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  • Brooklyn, a borough founded by the Dutch in the
    17th century was an independent city until 1898,
    when Brooklyn decided in a close vote to become a
    borough of New York. At that time the Brooklyn
    bridge had connected the two cities for 15 years.
    The impressive bridge spans the East river from
    Brooklyn to lower Manhattan and stretches for
    about 1.5 km.

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  • Grand Central Terminal is one of the two
    monumental gateways that were built in the heyday
    of railway transportation. The monumental railway
    station was constructed in 1903-1913 for the New
    York and Harlem Railroad company. It is a grand
    Beaux-Arts building which serves as a
    transportation hub connecting train, metro, car
    and pedestrian traffic in an efficient way. It
    has 67 train tracks on two different levels.

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  • Rockefeller Center The design of the complex was
    done by the architect Benjamin Wistar Morris.
    When the Met abandoned the project after the 1929
    stock market crash, Rockefeller came up with a
    plan for a corporate complex to house the new
    radio and television corporations. Radio City was
    born. One of the first buildings completed was
    the RCA building, which served as the
    headquarters of the Radio Corporation of America.

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Madison Square
United Nations Headquarters
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The centerpiece of the production design was the
fishfied Times Square, with its Jumbotron,
billboards and traffic jams. There are billboards
for Coral-cola, Fish King, Old Wavy.
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Times Square
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  • Whenever you talk to anybody in the world, you
    can safely tell him that the Times Square is
    N.Y.. On 8. April, 2004, the Times Square had its
    100 anniversaries celebration, which lasted more
    than 8 months.
  • Among the world famous city squares, the Times
    Square is the smallest one which is out of most
    peoples expectation. Many tourists dont know
    they are in the Times Square when they are
    actually there. They can not imagine that this
    triangle zone is the famous Times Square .In the
    terms of its area, it can not be considered as a
    square.
  • However, this square attracts more than 2,600
    million tourists per year. It is seen as the
    symbol of N.Y., the accelerator of America.
    People can feel accurately the social beat when
    they are in the square.

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  • In 1904, the New York Times built the Times Tower
    on 43rd street just off Broadway to replace the
    premises in Downtown. The square facing the
    building was called the Longacre square, but was
    soon renamed Times Square. the inauguration of
    the Times' new headquarters was celebrated with a
    fireworks display, starting a New Year's eve
    tradition which still continues today. The first
    famous ball-lowering from the 1 Times Square's
    rooftop pole was held on New Year's Eve 1907.
  • At the start of the first World War, Times
    square was the center of the Theater district and
    attracted a large number of visitors. This made
    the square an ideal place for billboards. In 1917
    the first large electric display billboard was
    installed. The billboards have become such a
    tourist attraction for the area, that the zoning
    now requires the buildings to be covered with
    billboards!

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Los Angeles
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  • The City of Los Angeles also known as L.A. , is
    the second-largest city in the United States in
    terms of population, as well as one of the
    world's most important economic, cultural, and
    entertainment centers.
  • It was incorporated as a city in California on
    April 4, 1850, when the city's population was
    only 1,610, and is the county seat of Los Angeles
    County. As of the 2000 census, it has a
    population of 3,694,820, but a May 1, 2005
    California Department of Finance estimate shows
    the city's population at 3,957,875, with the
    metropolitan area at 17,545,623.
  • The city is also large by geographic standards
    since it sprawls over more than 465 square miles
    (1200 square kilometers), making it physically
    larger than New York City and Chicago.
  • In addition, Los Angeles can be considered to be
    an "Alpha" world city since it has hosted two
    Olympic Games (in 1932 and 1984) and is home to
    world-renowned scientific and cultural
    institutions.

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Hollywood
  • Many people think of Hollywood as the place where
    the stars live, where they keep their million
    dollar homes and live their lifestyles of the
    rich famous - where they shop at the luxurious
    boutiques of Rodeo Drive, and where you might
    glimpse flocks of celebrities at a trendy
    restaurant.
  • Sorry, folks, but that describes Beverly Hills,
    not Hollywood. Hollywood is where the stars work,
    not where they live.

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  • Hollywood is an industrial town, where the
    industry just happens to be film-making - and it
    looks like it.
  • The few studios that remain within the borders of
    Hollywood present only blank walls and faceless
    sound stages to the outside world. To the casual
    passerby, they might just as well be factories.
    And in a sense they are - film factories,
    grinding out their unique product celluloid.

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Hollywood Attractions
  • Grauman's Chinese Theatre The most famous motion
    picture theatre in the world. See the hand
    footprints of the Stars immortalized in
    cement. Have your own hands or footprints
    immortalized. 

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  • Hollywood Highland Shopping Entertainment
    Center that includes shops, restaurants, four
    movie theatres, nightclub broadcasting studios.
    A 640 room hotel, ballroom and the 175,000 sq.
    feet "Kodak" theatre which is home to the Academy
    Awards. Situated next to Grauman's Chinese and
    covers nearly two city blocks.

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  • Hollywood Roosevelt Hotel. From the past to the
    present the Roosevelt is a well known Hollywood
    landmark that has been completely restored to its
    original splendor.  Has a free Hollywood history
    exhibition including the original camera used to
    film "Gone with the Wind" and photos of Hollywood
    past and present. The  full length Mirror next to
    the elevator on the lower floor, is said to be
    haunted by Marilyn Monroe. The mirror used to
    hang in Marilyn's suite and her image now appears
    in it.

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  • Hollywood Entertainment Museum this museum was
    created to preserve and celebrate the
    entertainment industry.  Visitors are given a 
    behind-the-scenes tour of all facets of the
    entertainment industry, including television,
    film, radio, sound recording and the new media.
    Popular exhibits include the bridge of Star
    Trek's U.S.S. Enterprise the bar from "Cheers",
    complete with signatures of cast members carved
    into the bar a Max Factor make-up display, 
    historical camera equipment and a gift shop.

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  • El Capitan Theatre. Marvelous old theatre
    purchased and restored by the Disney Corporation
    to its former splendor. Used by Disney for all
    their new film premieres in the United States.
    Now one of the highest grossing cinema's in the
    U.S.A. You can now watch the latest Disney films
    in a sumptuously restored theatre from a bygone
    age

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  • Hollywood Walk of Fame  A  tribute to over 2000
    artists who have made significant contributions
    to  film, radio, television,  theatre and the
    recording industries. 
  • The first star placed on February 9 1960, was for
    Joanne Woodward. 
  • One of  Hollywood's most popular tourist
    attractions, the Walk of Fame lies on both sides
    of Hollywood Blvd. from Gower to La Brea and both
    sides of Vine Street, from Yucca to Sunset. The
    Silver Four Ladies of Hollywood Gazebo, at Lea
    Brea, should not be missed.

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  • The lyrics of "Celluloid Heroes", an old song by
    The Kinks, tell us "You can see all the stars as
    you walk down Hollywood Blvd
  • Well, most days you are unlikely to see any real
    movie stars here on the Boulevard, but if you
    look down at your feet, you'll see the kind
    "stars" Ray Davies sang about the bronze
    star-plaques, embedded in pink charcoal
    terrazzo squares on the world's most famous
    sidewalk the Hollywood Walk of Fame.
  • These renowned sidewalk "stars" salute the
    celebrities who made Hollywood great - from the
    silent film stars of yesteryear to the modern
    action heroes of today's blockbusters.

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  • These sidewalk "stars" honor not only movie
    actors, but radio, TV, and stage performers,
    directors, singers, songwriters, and other
    well-known show-biz personalities.
  • Right below the name of each celebrity on the
    five-pointed stars is a small, round emblem which
    illustrates the celebrity's category, with one of
    five symbols a motion picture camera (for movie
    stars directors), a television set (for those
    in the television industry), a phonograph record
    (for singers, songwriters, and recording
    artists), a radio microphone (for radio
    luminaries), and the twin theatrical masks of
    comedy tragedy (for live stage performers).

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  • The Walk of Fame used to stop at Sycamore, but
    in 1994 it was expanded a block west to La Brea
    Avenue. New "stars" have been added along the
    sidewalk here, as have distinctive new street
    lights (resembling studio lights with
    "barn-doors"). And anchoring west end of the
    Walk of Fame, at the corner of Hollywood
     La Brea, is a gleaming silver gazebo, topped by
    a spire which reads "Hollywood," and featuring
    sleek, life-size statues of four silver screen
    goddesses in evening gowns.

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trolleybus tour
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  • Hollywood trolleybus tour. A familiar sight on
    Hollywood Boulevard is the old yellow trolley
    buses, pick one up by the wax museum for a tour. 
     

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All Loops Double Decker Tour
  • Your sightseeing tour ticket is valid for 48
    hours and you can hop on and hop off the
    double-decker buses at any of the 40 stops in
    Manhattan. Spend as much time as you wish to
    explore, sightsee or visit attractions before
    boarding the next bus to continue your tour. This
    is a great way to see New York City's landmarks
    at your own pace!

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Assignment for Shark Tale
  • Choose one of the following tasks
  • Advertise one of the New York City or Los Angles
    attractions with pictures (on paper or on PPT).
    individual work
  • 1) Statue of Liberty 2) Empire State Building 3)
    Central Park 4) Rockefeller Center
  • 5) Madison Square 6) Times Square 7) United
    Nations Headquarters 8) Chinatown
  • 9) Grand Central Terminal 10) Wall Street 11)
    World Trade Center 12) Hollywood
  • 13) Beverly Hills 14) Disneyland 15)Walk of Fame
    16) Sunset Strip 17)Universal Studio 18) 5th
    Avenue 19) Broadway 20) World Trade Center
    Site/Ground Zero
  • 2. Role-play part of the movie or adapt part of
    the movie with role-play. group work
  • Get script from http//www.script-o-rama.com/movi
    e_scripts/s/shark-tale-script-transcript.html
  • Requirements no more than 3 mins for an
    individual and no more than 10 mins for a group.
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