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Lesson 6 The Great in the Ordinary. Key Points  각 상황에서 주인공의 심정 유추하기  각 단락 글의 내용 요약하기  훑어 읽기로 글의 중심내용 파악하기.

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Presentation on theme: "Lesson 6 The Great in the Ordinary. Key Points  각 상황에서 주인공의 심정 유추하기  각 단락 글의 내용 요약하기  훑어 읽기로 글의 중심내용 파악하기."— Presentation transcript:

1 Lesson 6 The Great in the Ordinary

2 Key Points  각 상황에서 주인공의 심정 유추하기  각 단락 글의 내용 요약하기  훑어 읽기로 글의 중심내용 파악하기

3 능동 vs. 수동 a boy  There was once a boy (nicknaming / nicknamed) Sparky.

4 관 계 사관 계 사 The only team  The only team (that / where) he ever played on (was / were) his school’s golf team.

5 Who is Sparky? (1) shy and insecure (2) poor at studies and sports

6 해 석해 석 not  It was not that people didn’t ;(= ) like him / ;(= ) they simply didn’t notice him. but

7 love loved  He loved (draw) cartoons. to draw drawing

8 How did Sparky feel? depressed, dejected, unhappy

9 표 현표 현  … he submitted some of them to the school paper, but the editors (turned down them / turned them down)

10 해 석해 석 so  Still, Sparky was so (uncertain / convinced) of that his ability / that he decided to become a professional artist.

11 분 사 구 문분 사 구 문  After (graduating / graduated) from high school, he sent some samples of his artwork...

12 병 렬 구 조병 렬 구 조  … he sent some samples of his artwork to Walt Disney and Studios and (apply) for a job there. applied

13 시 제시 제  … when the reply came from Disney Studios, he (reject) once again. had been rejected

14 What happened to Sparky? His cartoons were rejected over and over again.

15 관계대명사 loser  a little boy loser who rarely succeeded at anything. that

16 해 석해 석  Sparky, / (the boy who had lack (so / such) a lack of success in school / and whose work was rejected again and again,) / (was / were) Charles Schulz, the…

17 관계대명사  … the little cartoon character ________ never succeeded in kicking a football… whothat

18 What did Sparky create? Peanuts Comic Strip Charlie Brown

19 수 일 치수 일 치  The characters in Charles Schulz’s comic strip, Peanuts, (is / are) not very smart or…

20 수 일 치 / 병 렬 구 조  They are just normal kids who who (live / lives) in the same neighborhood, go to the same and school, and (play) baseball play

21 수 일 치수 일 치 who  … and a girl who (feel / feels) important but never gets the attention _______ she wants. whichthat

22 해 석해 석  There’s a bird / that has trouble flying straight, / and a dog / that acts like a superstar, / but is only (seeing / seen) as s mere dog.

23 준 사 역 동 사준 사 역 동 사  Charlie Brown is the unlucky get main character who can’t get his kite (fly). to fly

24 What do characters in common? (1) not smart or talented (2) average or normal

25 상 관 접 속 사상 관 접 속 사  These dull characters attracted neither neither cartoon critics (or / nor) the people at Walt Disney, (who / that) didn’t want to …

26 encourage  … the characters did not inspire people to dream or encourage encourage them (hope). to hope

27 해 석 / 단 어  … critics still thought the comic strip would fail, / (criticizing / criticized) it for having (interesting / uninteresting) characters.

28 능동태 vs. 수동태 Snoopy  Some people said that Snoopy, the dog, should (take / be taken) out.

29 관 계 대 명 사 / 해 석 Snoopy  He even kept Snoopy, (who / that) is now one of the most loved cartoon characters of all time. one of the 최상급 Ns: 가장 ~ 한 것 중 하나

30 How did critics react to Peanuts? They criticized it for its dull characters

31 so vs. such  Schulz’s comic strip was (so / successful such) successful because, (like / unlike) critics, ordinary people loved the sympathetic (way / way how) Schulz drew his…

32 해 석해 석  People could even recognize some of their own weaknesses in the characters.

33 How did readers react to Peanuts? They loved Schulz’s sympathetic way of drawing.

34 수 일 치수 일 치 that  The everyday things that (happen / happens) to the kids in Peanuts..

35 관 계 대 명 사관 계 대 명 사 personalities  In addition to the odd personalities _______ Schulz gave his characters, he also gave them / humorous insight and understanding about the world around them. whichthat

36 What are the characteristics of characters? (1) awkward and lonely (2) insight and understanding

37 관 계 대 명 사 / 수 일 치  The wisdom in the sometimes words sarcastic words _______ the characters speak to each other often (leave / leaves) them in silence afterwards, whichthat

38 분 사 구 문분 사 구 문  The wisdom in the sometimes sarcastic words … often leaves them in silence afterwards, (giving / given) readers enough time to both…

39 관 계 대 명 사관 계 대 명 사  … giving readers enough time to both laugh and reflect on the truth of (which / what) they have said.

40 관 계 대 명 사관 계 대 명 사 the humor  In fact, the humor _______ Schulz used in Peanuts sometimes seemed better suited for adults than children. whichthat

41 How did Peanuts affect readers? It gave them enough time to laugh and think about the truth of what characters said.

42 continue  Even today, reruns of Peanuts continue continue (appear) in newspapers around the world. to appear appearing

43 능동태 vs. 수동태  … television shows, movies, Broadway musicals, and commercial products have all been (making / made)…

44 구 vs. 절  Each of the characters that appeared in the cartoon strip (while / during) its fifty-year run run had a unique personality

45 해 석해 석  All of them showed / that human beings have at least one difference or one weakness.

46 관 계 대 명 사 / 보 어 qualities  … we all have qualities ______ make us (different / differently) whichthat

47 수 일 치수 일 치 Being  Being different (is / are) what makes us all special…

48 대 명 사대 명 사  … so we should accept (us / ourselves) for who we are instead of instead of (try) to be perfect in everything. trying

49 What did you learn from Peanuts characters? (1) Everyone has weakness. (2) We should be ourselves.

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