This lesson contains 25 slides, with interactive quizzes and text slides.
Items in this lesson
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Expected Learning Outcomes
know more about Charlie Chaplin and his mother.
state the importance of a mother in one's life
read and comprehend the text to answer the factual and inferential questions.
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When you are sad or upset, how does your mother make you feel better?
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Did you know?
Charlie Chaplin won the Honorary Oscar in the year 1972. Such was his contribution to his field that he received a 12-minute standing ovation from the audience, which is still the longest standing ovation in Oscar history.
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Despite limited resources, how did Hannah make sure that her children were always happy?
Slide 11 - Open question
"Little Charlie lived with his mother and brother Sydney in a small shabby room." Choose the antonym of shabby.
Slide 12 - Quiz
What were the things that had a great impact on Charlie Chaplin in his role as an entertainer?
Slide 13 - Open question
There just wasn't enough money for even their most basic needs. The pronoun 'their' refers to:
Slide 14 - Open question
List few instances from the extract which suggest that Charlie Chaplin and his family lived in poverty.
Slide 15 - Open question
Sydney did a number of odd jobs. The phrase odd jobs implies:
Slide 16 - Open question
I remember him leading me by the hand. The pronouns "I" and "Him" refer to:
Slide 17 - Open question
What qualities do you think Charlie Chaplin exhibited as a comedian/actor?
Slide 18 - Mind map
What were some of the harsh realities Charlie Chaplin learnt about the entertainment world, during his tenure with Lancashire Lads?
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Why do you think that Charlie was heartbroken when his mother was admitted to a mental institution?
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Charlie and his mother often did stage shows together.
Slide 21 - Quiz
What are the learning that you can take from Hannah and Charlie Chaplin's life ?
Slide 22 - Mind map
Chaplin's health had declined to the point that he needed constant care.
On 25 December 1977, Chaplin died at home after suffering a stroke in his sleep.
He was 88 years old. The funeral, on 27 December, was a small and private Anglican ceremony, according to his wishes.
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Now I CAN: know more about Charlie Chaplin and his mother. state the importance of a mother in one's life read and comprehend the text to answer the factual and inferential questions.