Valerie Guess which following statements about the book are true. pThe book is written by a British author. pThe book is one of the bestsellers around the world. pThe book contains a lot of recipes. pSpencer Johnson has already died. pSpencer Johnson wrote several other books. Dr Spencer Johnson • Patrick Spencer Johnson, is one of the most beloved authors and respected thought leaders in the world. His books have become a part of our language and culture. • Spencer Johnson was born in Watertown, South Dakota, graduated from Notre Dame High School of Sherman Oaks, California, in 1957, received a Bachelor of Arts degree in psychology from the University of Southern California in 1963, and his medical degree from the Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland. Johnson lived in Hawaii and New Hampshire. He was employed by the Harvard Business School and the John F. Kennedy School of Government. He died in San Diego on July 3, 2017 at the age of 78. Dr Spencer Johnson’s books Guess which following statements about the book are true. pThe book is written by a British author. pThe book is one of the bestsellers around the world. pThe book contains a lot of recipes. pThe author of this book has already died. pThe author wrote several other books. Guess which following statements about the book are true. pThe book is written by a British author. ☑ The book is one of the bestsellers around the world. pThe book contains a lot of recipes. ☑ The author of this book has already died. ☑ The author wrote several other books. • by Spencer Johnson • published in 1998 • more than 26 million copies worldwide • in 37 languages • remains to be one of the bestselling business books • motivational book Who Moved My Cheese? [ˈfɔːrwɜːrd] Right before the story, there is a part where a special guest wrote a foreword to recommend and introduce readers to read this book. Did you find this part? From page ? to page ? The Story Behind The Story by Kenneth Blanchard, Ph.D. ['blæntʃəd] 1. What is the story about? 2. What happened to Charlie Jones, the well-respected broadcaster for NBC-TV? [ˈbrɔːdkæstər] 3. What impact did the story have on Charlie Jones? [ˈɪmpækt] 4. There are three sections in this book, and what are they? [ˈsekʃnz] 5. What is your own idea of CHEESE? Who Moved My Cheese? 1. What is the story about? [ˈmetəfɔːr] Who Moved My Cheese is a story about change that takes place in a Maze where four amusing characters look for “Cheese”—cheese being a metaphor for what we want to have in life, whether it is a job, a relationship, money, a big house, freedom, health, recognition, spiritual peace or even an activity like jogging or golf . Four amusing characters look for “Cheese” in a Maze. 2. What happened to Charlie Jones, the well-respected broadcaster for NBC-TV? He was surprised and upset when he was told to broadcast things he wasn’t familiar with. Then He was frustrated, felt unappreciated and became angry. [ˈɪmpækt] 3. What impact did the story have on Charlie Jones? The story saved his career. He tried to adjust and adapt to the new situa5on and ﬁnally became recognized. [ˈsekʃn] 4. There are three sections in this book, and what are they? •A Gathering •The Story of Who Moved My Cheese •A Discussion 5. What is your own idea of CHEESE? The Story Behind The Story by Kenneth Blanchard, Ph.D. Word bank: metaphor pursue be credited with unappreciated white water complex manuscript recognition spiritual peace become attached to traumatic broadcaster assign frustrated induct be possessive about stressful release in a different light complicate v. to one’s advantage interpret stimulate apply Who Moved My Cheese? Kenneth Blanchard, Ph.D’s foreword His comments on the story An example The story’s main idea The sections of the book [ˈɡæðərɪŋ] A Gathering: Chicago P21-23 a meeting of people for a particular purpose Let’s have a group role-play! P21-23 Narrator——Valerie Angela Michael Jessica Nathan Carlos Read your part between the quotation marks “” [ˈɡæðərɪŋ] A Gathering：Chicago 1. Who were at the gathering? What do you know about them? Jessica Michael storyteller Angela most popular Nathan family business Carlos Captain of the football team Who Moved My Cheese? A Gathering Chicago 2. What did they want to learn at the gathering? P21 They Para.1 They wanted to hear morewhat about what was happening in each lives. oth P21 Para.1 wanted to hear more about was happening in each other’s lives. 3. What did they have in common? P22 Para.3 They They werewere experiencing similar feelings. P22 Para.3 experiencing similar feelings. 4. According to Michael, how did the funny little story change him? P22 Para.8 Thechanged story changed way heatlooked at changefrom losing P22 Para.8 The story the way the he looked change—from losing something something to gainingitsomething-and it showed to gaining something—and showed him how to do it.him how to do it. 5. According to Michael, what did the four characters in the story represent? P23 Para.1 The fourThe characters in the story represented the various of himself. P23 Para.1 four characters in the story represented the parts various parts of Who Moved My Cheese? himself. A Gathering Chicago Word bank: vi. 随声附 和；发出 回声 echo /ˈekoʊ/ resist refuse to do simplicity /sɪmˈplɪsəti/ n.简单、朴素 deal with cope with adapt to handle adjust have difficulty doing /əˈdæpt/ v. 适应 Who Moved My Cheese? kid P25-27 The Four Characters 1. Who are the characters? Anything special about them? 2. Where do they live? How is it like? 3. What do the characters do there? 4. How do they do it? Do they use same methods to do it? What do they do after they find Cheese Station C? P28-32 The mice The Littlepeople My comments on the characters What do you think about the mice and the Littlepeople based on their behaviors after finding cheese in the Station C? My prediction on the following story What do you think will happen in the following story? Retell what you’ve learned about the story 1-minute speech who what where why how + Your comments on the characters + Your prediction clear logic!!逻辑 Who Moved My Cheese? The Story [ˈkærəktər] 1. Who are the main characters of the story? two mice two Littlepeople Who Moved My Cheese? Who Moved My Cheese?: The Story 2. About the four characters: • Name: ___Sniff____ • Meaning: breath in air through the nose in order to discover or enjoy the smell of sth. • Name:__Scurry___ • Meaning: run with quick short steps —— •Name: __Hem__ •Meaning: take a long time to make a decision or before you say sth (hem and haw) • Hem and Haw • Name:___Haw__ Meaning: take a long time to make a decision or before you say sth (hem and haw) Who Moved My Cheese? Who Moved My Cheese?: The Story 3. 4. [ˈlæbərɪnθ] ['kɔrɪdɔrs] there is a labyrinth of corridors and delicious This is a maze where chambers, some containing . cheese, dark corners, blind alleys. ['tʃembɚ] [ˈæliz] Why did the four little characters run through the Maze every day? P25Para.1 They …looking for cheese to nourish them and make them happy. Who Moved My Cheese? Who Moved My Cheese?: The Story 5. How did the mice and the Littlepeople look for the cheese they liked? Find something in common and uncommon between the two mice and two little people. Common Uncommon 1.Each morning, they each put on their running suits and running shoes (running gear) , and raced out into the maze for their favorite cheese . 2.They used their ability to think and learn from their past experiences. 1. simple brains, but good instincts, 2. search for the hard nibbling cheese 3. use a simple trial-and-error method 1. complex brains, filled with beliefs and emotions 2. search for the cheese with a capital C 3. develop more clever and complicated methods Who Moved My Cheese? Who Moved My Cheese?: The Story 5. How did the mice and the Littlepeople look for the cheese they liked? Find something in common and uncommon between the two mice and two little people. Who Moved My Cheese? Who Moved My Cheese?: The Story 6. How did the mice and the Littlepeople act after finding Cheese Station C? List the differences in their action as many as possible. 1) continued to wake early every day 2) raced through the Maze 3) followed the same route 4) hung the running shoes around their necks (to get to them quickly in need) 5) enjoyed the cheese 1) awoke each day a little later 2) walked to Cheese Station C 3) settled in and made themselves at home l hung up their jogging suits l put away their running shoes l put on their slippers 4) moved their homes closer 5) built a social life l decorated the walls/drew pictures l take their friends by Who Moved My Cheese? Who Moved My Cheese?: The Story 6. How did the mice and the Littlepeople act after finding Cheese Station C? List the differences in their action as many as possible. Who Moved My Cheese? Who Moved My Cheese?: The Story Word bank: nourish instinct chamber trial-and-error bump into cloud v. nonetheless await settle in make oneself at home eventually waddle arrogance Who Moved My Cheese?