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1Beautiful Men Teacher: 高巍 Unit 8Beautiful MenTeacher: 高巍
2Main PointsⅠ. Leading inⅡ. New words and expressionsⅢ. Text: What is Yumi like?Ⅳ. Exercise
3Leading InCosmetics or make-up are substances to enhance the beauty of the human body, apart from simple cleaning. Cosmetics include lotions, powders, lipsticks and many other types of products. Their use is widespread, especially among women in Western countries.
4Leading InCosmetics were widely used until the modern period. At some times, cosmetic use was frowned upon For example, In the 1800s, Queen Victoria publicly declared makeup impolite. It was viewed as vulgar and something that was worn by actors and prostitutes.
9Intensive StudyTextDifficult SentencesImportant Words
10TextBeautiful MenSituation: Yumi and Amani have just started dating .They’re talking about each other to their friends. What is Amani like?①
11TextWhat is Yumi like?Yumi: I’m so glad you finally got a chance to meet Amani,because I think I’m falling in love with him.Sara: Wow!Yumi: What did you think of him?Sara: Come on. You can’t think really be serious about aguy who wears makeup?Yumi: Why not? I mean, he’s beautiful and … and I thinkthat men should be beautiful if they want to.
12TextWhat is Yumi like?Sara: But it’s just not natural, you know? I --- okay --- hewas beautiful, and … I don’t know if I prefer a guylooking beautiful. Maybe more, you know, naturallygood looking. Rugged, masculine.②Yumi: Why? I mean, you wear makeup. Look at you: you’vegot on foundation and blush.Sara: I know.Yumi: And how long did you spend on your hair thismorning?
13TextWhat is Yumi like?Sara: Well, an hour. But, okay--- that’s not the point. I’m awoman. Women were makeup. Women spend an hour ontheir hair in the morning. It’s just --- that’s how it is. It’stotally different.③Yumi: And who came up with these social stereotypes? Whycan’t men look beautiful if they want to?Amani: I’m so glad you finally got to meet Yumi, because Ithink I’m falling in love with her.George: Amani: she doesn’t wear any makeup.
14TextWhat is Yumi like?Amani: Well, no. She doesn’t wear makeup, but that’s okay.George: Doesn’t that seem weird to you?Amani: No. What’s wrong with that? There’s no problemwith her not wearing makeup. She looks so beautifulwithout that …George: Well wouldn’t she be, then, more beautiful if shewere to wear makeup? I mean, it’s not a questionof whether she needs it or not … doesn’t it juststrike you as a little…
15Text What is Yumi like? Amani: Well… George: … odd that she doesn’t wear makeup?Amani: Well, I mean, why should she be forced to wear makeup,really, when you think about it? I mean, she doesn’tneed it.George: Because that’s what women do.Amani: Oh but who came up with these social stereotypes?Why do women have to wear makeup to be consideredbeautiful?
16Difficult Sentences1. Situation: Yumi and Amani have just started dating .They’re talking about each other to their friends. What is Amani like?Translation: 故事场景：Yumi和Amani 刚刚开始约会。他们在谈论彼此的朋友。Amani什么样子啊？Yumi 长什么样子？
17Difficult Sentences2. But it’s just not natural, you know? I --- okay --- he was beautiful, and … I don’t know if I prefer a guy looking beautiful. Maybe more, you know, naturally good looking. Rugged, masculine.Translation:但是，就是不太自然，你知道么？我—好吧—他是好看，还有…我不知道我是不是更喜欢漂亮男孩。你知道，我或许更喜欢自然的样子—健壮、有男子气的。
18Difficult Sentences3. Well, an hour. But, okay--- that’s not the point. I’m a woman. Women were makeup. Women spend an hour on their hair in the morning. It’s just --- that’s how it is. It’s totally different.Translation:嗯，一小时。但是，好吧，那并不是重点。我是女的，女人早上用一小时伺候头发，恰恰就是这样的。这是两码事。
19fall in love : begin to experience feelings of love Important Wordsfall in love : begin to experience feelings of lovetowardsvt. 陷入爱河(爱上,喜爱)FOR EXAMPLE:(1) It is natural that he should fall in love with such a beautiful girl.(2) You say you don't believe in marriage, but I bet you sing a different song when you finally fall in love.
20make up: cosmetics applied to the face to improve or Important Wordsmake up: cosmetics applied to the face to improve orchange your appearancen. 弥补, 虚构, 整理, 包装, 化妆,补足FOR EXAMPLE:(1) No benefactions and research endowments can make up for the change in character which the city has suffered. (2) Saying you are sorry won't make up the damage of breaking the vase.
21masculine n. a gender that refers chiefly (but not Important Wordsmasculine n. a gender that refers chiefly (but notexclusively) to males or to objects classified as malen. 阳性,男性 a. 男性的,阳性的,有丈夫气的FOR EXAMPLE:(1) Characteristic of or appropriate to this sex; masculine.(2) This coat is masculine.
22stereotypes n. a conventional or formulaic Important Wordsstereotypes n. a conventional or formulaicconception or imagen. 铅版,陈腔滥调,老套 v. 使用铅版,套用老套FOR EXAMPLE:He doesn't conform to the usual stereotype of the city businessman with a dark suit and rolled umbrella.
23Important Words 5. be forced to vt. 被迫(不得不) FOR EXAMPLE: (1) Donald be forced to forge a signature.(2) He had arranged for me to lodge with his daughter and The building society will be forced to foreclose on this mortgage because regular payments have not been made.
24Important Words 6. come up with v.提出, 想出 FOR EXAMPLE: (1) He's come up with a great idea.(2) No one have come up with a convincing explanation of why dinosaur die out.(3) Edwards's always chasing after rainbows and never come up with a really practical idea.