Step1 Lead in
1)Show the students some colours, and they name these colours .
2)Students describe the things with proper colours.
3)Tell the students the importance of colours.
1)A guessing game
2)Show a rainbow, learn the colours of the rainbow.
Pay attention to ‘indigo’ [ˈɪndɪgəʊ] and ‘voilot’ [ˈvaɪələt].
Step 3 Practice
1)Read a dialogue about a rainbow, especially practice saying the colours of a rainbow.
2)Talk about the colours of the Olympic rings.
3)Pair work: Students make a dialogue to talk about the Olympic rings and their favourite colours.
4)Read the dialogue of Part B.
Step4 Comic strip
1)Listening to the dialogue between Eddie and Hobo. Then ask some simple questions.
Which colour does Eddie like better?
Why does Eddie choose blue instead of pink?
2)Read the dialogue and answer more questions.
What does Hobo say when Eddie is wearing blue?
Does Eddie really look good in blue? How does Eddie feel?
3)Let the students read the dialogues in different roles and perform Eddie and Hobo.
4)Exercise: Complete the form according to the dialogue.
Step 5 Language points
1. Which one do you want to wear, Eddie?