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Unit 2 What is happiness to you? Word power. Brainstorming words related to emotions happy sad love joy/delight angry fear surprised excited regret anger.

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1 Unit 2 What is happiness to you? Word power

2 Brainstorming words related to emotions happy sad love joy/delight angry fear surprised excited regret anger conten t emotions

3 Nowadays children are well provided with food and clothing. They are living a ______ life and enjoying great __________ of their lives. happy happiness

4 She is often moved to tears by those _____ movies, which always bring her _______. sad sadness

5 The woman was so badly treated in the shop that she got ______ with the shop assistant. She left the shop, full of ______. angry anger

6 He was ________ to know that his friend took away all his money, and it was a great _______ for him. surprised surprise shocked shock

7 He was ________ because he had lost his chance of getting a good job, and his _________ always made his parents worried about him. depressed depression

8 On seeing the strange shadows in the dark, he was very ________________ but he tried hard not to let others know his ___________. fearful/ frightened fear/ fright

9 Mary was so ______ to know that the boss had her pay raised and her heart was beating wildly with __________ when she saw so much money. excited excitement

10 I’d found my best love. But I didn’t treasure her. I felt ________ after that, It’s the ultimate pain in the world. My heart sank with ______. regretful regret

11 Although what she sees is not a fact, she has a feeling of__________. satisfaction contentment

12 the glasses because of________. What is he doing? He broke one of jealousy

13 The words we have used just now are listed as follows: happy/happiness sad/sadness angry/anger shocked/shock surprised/surprise depressed/depression fearful/fear regretful/regret excited contentment satisfaction jealousy

14 Nouns Adjectives positivehappinessgladnesspleasurecheerdelightjoyoverjoysatisfactioncontentment happy glad pleased cheerful delighted joyful overjoyed satisfied content

15 Nouns Adjectives negative crazy sad upset anger fury madness craziness sadness upset depression frustration disappointment desperation desperate disappointed frustrated depressed angry furious mad

16 sorrow pain worry regret fright scare fear anxiety astonishment --- shock /surprise --- jealousy sorrowful painful worried regretful frightened scared fearful anxious astonished shocked/surprised jealous

17 Exercises on page 23 Fill in the correct words. The passage is about Flora entering a speech competition. Pay attention to her changes of emotions.

18 Flora’s changes of emotions excitement/excited; fear/afraid frustration/frustrated ;jealousy/jealous anger/angry; unhappiness/unhappy pleasure/pleased; satisfaction/satisfied

19 Write out as many words related to happiness, anger, sadness and fear as possible. Competition:

20 Words describing happiness: Adjective forms: Noun forms: gladness, cheer, joy joyful, happy, delighted, merry, pleased, glad, cheerful happiness,delight, merriness,pleasure,

21 Words describing anger: Noun forms: Adjective forms: anger, fury angry,furious

22 Words describing sadness: Adjective forms: Noun forms: sad, depressed, sorrowful, frustrated sadness,depression,sorrow, frustration

23 Words describing fear: Adjective forms: Noun forms: fearful, scared, frightened, frightful fear,scare,fright

24 Group work: Each group makes up a short play and then acts out, let students describe their feelings and emotions.

25 English idioms about emotions

26 Guess the meanings of the underlined parts (idioms) according to the context. 1. She became hot under the collar when she realized that he had been cheated. 2. When he scored the winning goal, he was over the moon. 3. John flew off the handle when his new bike was stolen. (become angry and embarrassed) (be very happy) (lose his temper)

27 4. I felt down in the dumps the other day because I failed in the exams. 5. He was on cloud nine after winning the English speech competition. 6. Those old sad movies always make me feel blue. (feel sad or depressed) (be happy) (feel sad)

28 emotions angry happy sad hot under the collar fly off the handle over the moon on cloud nine down in the dumps feel blue

29 1.The boss was _____ ____ ____ _____ (发怒的) when he found he had almost lost all his money in that business. 2.I found him down ___ ___ ____ (闷闷不乐的) after he was out of his work 3.She was over ___ ____ to be ______ ( 很高兴得到) a chance to go abroad for further study. hot under the in the dumps the moon given collar

30 4.I understand your feeling, but you shouldn’t have flown ____ ____ ___ ( 发怒的) in front of me. 5.I can’t help ____ ____ _____ (妒忌 的) her success though we are best friends. 6.Joan was refused another try for her entry into the club, and___________ ( 感到沮丧 ). off the handle being jealous of felt depressed

31 Homework: Preview Grammar and usage.

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