Presentation on theme: "Extension Activity By Joy Huang Does this boy look happy to you? No, he doesn’t. He looks sad ! He is crying!"— Presentation transcript:
Extension Activity By Joy Huang
Does this boy look happy to you? No, he doesn’t. He looks sad ! He is crying!
What is he worrying about? What is he worrying about? Use your imagination! Use your imagination! Discuss with your partner! Now you have 3 minutes to think about it!
Let me use my magic power…
I got it! Let me share it with you!
(1) He is not popular. Please tell me how to be popular …
(2) He gets poor grades. Oh, my goodness. I can’t believe that I failed the exam ! Why?
(3) He doesn't have a good relationship relationship with his parents. with his parents.
(4) He is not satisfied with his appearance ( 外表 ). Mirror, mirror on the wall, who is the fairest of them all?
(5) He doesn't have enough pocket money.
(6) He wants a girlfriend.
Do you have problems? When you are in trouble, who do you usually ask for advice or help?
Sometimes, what you are worried about is really personal and you do not want to tell your parents or your friends… Who else could you turn to?
In the following, you will see some common problems of your ages. Decide what advice you are going to give them. Write down your ‘advice’ to these questions. Then share your advice with the class. In the following, you will see some common problems of your ages. Decide what advice you are going to give them. Write down your ‘advice’ to these questions. Then share your advice with the class. Now, form a group of four.
Dear Amanda, My friends in school said that I smell bad. I sweat a bit when I exercise. No one ever complained about the smell to you. To be honest, I have never noticed it before. Do they really mean it or they are just trying to keep me at a certain distance ? What should I do now? Sam in Taipei
Dear Amanda, I am a 15-year-old girl. I am 175 cm tall, much taller than most of boys and girls in my class. Many people think I look much older than I really am. It is really hard to make friends with people of my age. Will I stop growing? Can you help me? Sally from Taichung
Dear Amanda, I am fed up with my parents. If I had anywhere to go, I would leave home today. I want to play in a band but they won’t let me. They want me to study harder because I am taking the college entrance exam next year. I don’t want to take the exam. Please tell me how I can make my parents understand me? Judy from Tainan