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Unit 8 Color Me Pink Deborah Soong
Teaching Activities Index
Teaching Activities 1st period 1. Warm-upWarm-up 2. The Vocabulary, and Idioms & Phrases within Paragraphs 1-4The Vocabulary, and Idioms & Phrases within Paragraphs Reading – Paragraphs 1-4Reading – Paragraphs 1-4 2nd period 1. The Vocabulary, and Idioms &The Vocabulary, and Idioms & Phrases within Paragraphs Reading – Paragraphs 5-7Reading – Paragraphs Post-readingPost-reading 3rd period 1. Word FileWord File 2. Sentence PatternsSentence Patterns 3. ExpansionExpansion 4. Writing PracticeWriting Practice 4th period Part II Oral&Listening-Unit4, Unit5, Unit6Unit4Unit5Unit6
1. In China, brides used to wear ___ wedding dress. Now, more and more brides choose to wear _____. red white
2. On Valentine’s Day, I expect to receive 99 _____ roses. red
3. In the West, the color for funerals is _____. black
4. Some people wear _______ carnations in remembrance of their dead mothers. yellow
5. ____ and _____ are the colors of the Christmas season. Red green
6. On Chinese New Year’s Eve, many Chinese people put ____ couplets on their doors to greet the coming year. red Back
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Do we fully realize how colors affect us ? We are affected by color more than we realize.
Wearers of what color like to share their happiness with others? Pink.
Wearers of what color love trees, mountains, and other things in nature ? Green.
Why do we subconsciously choose to wear certain colors? To communicate our needs and desires.
Red, white, pink, purple — what is your favorite color? We are all sensitive to color. What is your favorite color? → Which one do you like (the) best/most? be sensitive to/about sth = be affected greatly or easily by sth 易受 … 影響的；對 … 敏感 The eyes are sensitive to light.
There are some colors we like a lot and some we don't like at all. Some colors soothe us, others excite us, some make us happy, and others make us sad. People are affected by color more than they realize. not...at all = not...in the least; by no means; far from 一點也不 … I'm not satisfied with the result at all. → I'm by no means satisfied with the result.
Experts in colorgenics, the study of the language of color, believe that the colors we wear say a lot about us. Experts in the study of the language of color believe that the colors we wear say a lot about us. →According to experts in colorgenics, the colors of our clothes tell/let on/reveal/show others a lot things about ourselves.
Do you know why you choose a shirt or dress of a certain color when you look through your clothes in the morning? Do you know why you choose a shirt or dress of a certain color when you look through your clothes in the morning? →Have you ever noticed why you select a shirt or dress of some color after you look at your clothes carefully every morning?
The experts say that we subconsciously choose to wear certain colors in order to communicate our desires and needs.
Colorgenics experts claim that our clothes send messages to others about our mood, personality, and desires. For these experts, pink expresses the peace and contentment of the wearer. People who often wear pink are supposed to be warm and understanding.
The message is that they would like to share their peace and happiness with others. that 引導名詞子句，當主詞補語。 The message is [that you would like to share your peace and happiness with others]. →If you wear pink, you want to tell others how peaceful and happy you are.
Red clothes, on the other hand, indicate a high level of physical energy. on the other hand 常和 on the one hand 連 用，以引導對比的觀點或意見. On the one hand, if the body doesn't have enough cholesterol, we would not be able to survive. On the other hand, if the body has too much cholesterol, the excess begins to lone the arteries. Next
Red clothes, on the other hand, indicate a high level of physical energy. Red clothes, on the other hand, indicate a high level of physical energy. →Meanwhile, red clothes show that the wearer is highly energetic.
People who wear red like to live their lives at a fast pace. Brown shows a need for independence; wearers of green have a love of nature and enjoy peaceful moments. People who wear red like to live their lives at a fast pace. →Wearers of red like to lead a fast-paced life.
In addition to needs and desires, feelings and physical health are often expressed in colors, too. When we say people turn “red with rage,” we mean that they become angry. → We often use colors to express feelings and physical health besides needs and desires. →“Red with rage”describes anger;
If they are in good health, then we say that they are “in the pink.” When people tell us they “feel blue,” then we know they are sad. “in the pink” means to be in good health; “feeling blue” is a sad way to feel. → “in the pink” has the meaning of being healthy; “feeling blue” means to feel sad.
All of these expressions tell us the role color plays in our everyday communication. Back