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English from Stanley Kubrick’s Films

Name: H.U

 

Event Date: December 11, 2019

Time: 13:00-13:30

 

Write a summary of your Event (100 words or more)

I am going to feature some quotes from popular Stanley Kubrick’s films to learn English. I also hope students to be inspired by some of the quotes from the films. Some quotes are poetic and implicit. Others are simple and explicit. First, I will explain the quotes grammatically to help students understand literally. After that, I will also share my understanding of the quotes without the context of them. Letting students know that even if they do not know the stories, they can always guess and get some ideas what those films would be like from the good quotes. I’d like to introduce Stanley Kubrick’s films along with the explanation of the quotes.

 

What do you want your audience to gain from your Event (50 words or more)

I would like my audience to learn some easy phrases and words in Englis. Also, some good quotes that could be meaningful to them or inspire them. I would be very happy if I could provide them some opportunities to learn good English phrases and movies.

 

What do you want to gain from doing your Event? (50 words or more)

I would like to gain the ability to earn students’ attention more on my presentation and actually make them have fun. I will try to make my presentation and slides simple in order to accomplish that goal.

 

List 5 key vocabulary words (or phrases) that you plan on using during your Event to help students understand the content/main message of your presentation/activity. Be sure to introduce these words sometime at the beginning of your Event.

•      cease – come or bring to an end

•      literally – In a literal manner or sense; exactly

•      context – the circumstances that form the setting for an event, statement, or idea, and in terms of which it can be fully understood.

•      cradle – a baby’s bed or cot, typically one mounted on rockers

•      implicit – suggested though not directly expressed

•      explicit – stated clearly and in detail, leaving no room for confusion or doubt.

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