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  • Lesson 26 The best art critics By Luo Xiao Instructor: GAO GE Zhejiang International Studies University
  • I like observing animals.
  • People like to watch and observe this world. We’ll notice many things.
  • I notice that the sun rises from the East to the West.
    • I notice that …
    • light travels faster than sound.
    • two and four makes six.
    • Jassica always gets up early.
    • Mr Gao often cycle to school.
    • I ____ that…
    • believe
    • remember
    • forget
    • know
    • think
    • feel
    • light travels faster than sound.
    • two and four makes six.
    • Jessica always gets up early.
    • Mr Gao often cycles to school.
  • On my way home, I noticed that people were talking about pictures hanging on the wall.
  • I noticed that pictures were hanging (悬挂) on the wall.
  • Mona Lisa
  • Da Vinci painted Mona Lisa in 1805. It’s a piece of art ( 艺术品) .
  •  
  • Can you appreciate (鉴赏) these pictures? art critics (艺术评论家)
  • Art critics tell people whether (是否) pictures are good or not . They appreciate pictures critically (批评地) .
  • curtain materials 窗帘材料
  • My friend’s house
  • Whether ( 是否) the curtain materials are good or not?
  • Can he really read newspapers?
  • He is pretending to (假装) read newspapers.
  • The best art critics Who? Why? pretend to be?
  • Para 1 I am an art student and I paint a lot of pictures. Many people pretend that they understand modern art. They always tell you what a picture is 'about'. Of course, many pictures are not 'about' anything. They are just pretty patterns. We like them in the same way that we like pretty curtain material. Para 2 I think that young children often appreciate modern pictures better than anyone else. They notice more. My sister is only seven, but she always tells me whether my pictures are good or not. She came into my room yesterday.     'What are you doing?' she asked.      'I'm hanging this picture on the wall,' I answered. 'It's a new one. Do you like it?'     She looked at it critically for a moment. 'It's all right,' she said, 'but isn't it upside down?'       I looked at it again. She was right! It was!
    • Para 1
    • I am an art student and I paint a lot of pictures.
    • Many people pretend that they understand modern art.
    • They always tell you what a picture is 'about'.
    • Of course, many pictures are not 'about' anything.
    • They are just pretty patterns.
    • We like them in the same way that we like pretty curtain material.
    • Para 1
    • I am an art student and I paint a lot of pictures.
    • Many people pretend that they understand modern art.
    • They always tell you what a picture is 'about'.
    • Of course, many pictures are not 'about' anything.
    • They are just pretty patterns.
    • We like them in the same way that we like pretty curtain material.
    What is the writer?
    • Para 1
    • I am an art student and I paint a lot of pictures. Many people pretend that they understand modern art. They always tell you what a picture is 'about'. Of course, many pictures are not 'about' anything. They are just pretty patterns. We like them in the same way that we like pretty curtain material.
    • Para 2. I think that young children often appreciate modern pictures better than anyone else. They notice more. My sister is only seven, but she always tells me whether my pictures are good or not. She came into my room yesterday.     'What are you doing?' she asked.     'I'm hanging this picture on the wall,' I answered. 'It's a new one. Do you like it?'     She looked at it critically for a moment. 'It's all right,' she said, 'but isn't it upside down?'      I looked at it again. She was right! It was!
    The writer must know a lot about art. Can any people appreciate modern art?
    • Para 1
    • Many people pretend that they understand modern art.
    • They always tell you what a picture is 'about'.
    • Of course, many pictures are not 'about' anything.
    • They are just pretty patterns.
    • We like them in the same way that we like pretty curtain material.
    Can any people appreciate modern art?
    • Para 1
    • Many people pretend that they understand modern art.
    Can any people appreciate modern art? NO
    • Para 1
    • They always tell you what a picture is 'about'.
    • Of course, many pictures are not 'about' anything.
    • They are just pretty patterns.
    • We like them in the same way that we like pretty curtain material.
    Can any people appreciate modern art? What do they do ?
    • Para 1
    • They always tell you what a picture is 'about'.
    Can any people appreciate modern art? What do they do ? But actually…
    • Para 1
    • Actually
    • Of course, many pictures are not 'about' anything.
    • They are just pretty patterns.
    • We like them in the same way that we like pretty curtain material.
    Can any people appreciate modern art? What do they do ?
    • Para 1
    • Actually
    • Of course, many pictures are not 'about' anything .
    • They are just pretty patterns.
    • We like them in the same way that we like pretty curtain material.
    Can any people appreciate modern art? What do they do ?
    • Para 1
    • They are just pretty patterns.
    • We like them in the same way that we like pretty curtain material.
    Can any people appreciate modern art? What do they do ? What are they?
    • Para 1
    • They are just pretty patterns.
    • We like them in the same way that we like pretty curtain material.
    Can any people appreciate modern art? What do people do ? What are they?
    • Para 1
    • We like them in the same way that we like pretty curtain material.
    Can any people appreciate modern art? What do people do? Do we like them? What are they?
    • Para 1
    • We like them in the same way that we like pretty curtain material.
    Can any people appreciate modern art? What do people do? Do we like them? What are they? Yes
    • Para 1
    • We like them in the same way that we like pretty curtain material.
    Can any people appreciate modern art? What do people do? Do we like them? What are they? Yes
    • Para 1
    • We like them in the same way that (同样地) we like pretty curtain material .
    We like pretty patterns and we also like pretty curtain material .
  • Para 1 Can any people appreciate modern art? What do people do? Do we like them? What are they? pretend to…
  • Para 1 Can any people appreciate modern art? What do people do? Do we like them? What are they? pretend to … tell “about”
  • Para 1 Can any people appreciate modern art? What do people do? Do we like them? What are they? pretend to … tell “about” pretty patterns
  • Para 1 Can any people appreciate modern art? What do people do? Do we like them? What are they? pretend to … tell “about” pretty patterns
  • Para 1 Can any people appreciate modern art? What do people do? Do we like them? What are they? pretend to … tell “about” pretty patterns like
  • Some people are the best art critics? No
  • Who are the best art critics?
    • Para 2
    • I think that young children often appreciate modern pictures better than anyone else.
    • They notice more.
    • My sister is only seven, but she always tells me whether my pictures are good or not.
    • She came into my room yesterday.
    • 'What are you doing?' she asked.
    • 'I'm hanging this picture on the wall,' I answered. 'It's a new one. Do you like it?‘ She looked at it critically for a moment. 'It's all right,' she said, 'but isn't it upside down? ‘
    • I looked at it again. She was right! It was!
  • upside down adj. 上下颠倒地
    • Para 2
    • I think that young children often appreciate modern pictures better than anyone else.
    • They notice more.
    • My sister is only seven, but she always tells me whether my pictures are good or not.
    • She came into my room yesterday.
    • 'What are you doing?' she asked.
    • 'I'm hanging this picture on the wall,' I answered. 'It's a new one. Do you like it?‘ She looked at it critically for a moment. 'It's all right,' she said, 'but isn't it upside down?‘
    • I looked at it again. She was right! It was!
    Who?
    • Para 2
    • I think that young children often appreciate modern pictures better than anyone else.
    • They notice more.
    • My sister is only seven, but she always tells me whether my pictures are good or not.
    • She came into my room yesterday.
    • 'What are you doing?' she asked.
    • 'I'm hanging this picture on the wall,' I answered. 'It's a new one. Do you like it?‘ She looked at it critically for a moment. 'It's all right,' she said, 'but isn't it upside down?‘
    • I looked at it again. She was right! It was!
    Who?
    • Para 2
    • I think that young children often appreciate modern pictures better than anyone else.
    • They notice more.
    • My sister is only seven, but she always tells me whether my pictures are good or not.
    • She came into my room yesterday.
    • 'What are you doing?' she asked.
    • 'I'm hanging this picture on the wall,' I answered. 'It's a new one. Do you like it?‘ She looked at it critically for a moment. 'It's all right,' she said, 'but isn't it upside down?‘
    • I looked at it again. She was right! It was!
    Why?
    • Para 2
    • I think that young children often appreciate modern pictures better than anyone else.
    • They notice more.
    • My sister is only seven, but she always tells me whether my pictures are good or not.
    • She came into my room yesterday.
    • 'What are you doing?' she asked.
    • 'I'm hanging this picture on the wall,' I answered. 'It's a new one. Do you like it?‘ She looked at it critically for a moment. 'It's all right,' she said, 'but isn't it upside down?‘
    • I looked at it again. She was right! It was!
    Why? R1
    • Para 2
    • I think that young children often appreciate modern pictures better than anyone else.
    • They notice more .
    • My sister is only seven , but she always tells me whether my pictures are good or not .
    • She came into my room yesterday.
    • 'What are you doing?' she asked.
    • 'I'm hanging this picture on the wall,' I answered. 'It's a new one. Do you like it?‘ She looked at it critically for a moment. 'It's all right,' she said, 'but isn't it upside down?‘
    • I looked at it again. She was right! It was!
    Why? R1 R2
    • Para 2
    • I think that young children often appreciate modern pictures better than anyone else.
    • They notice more .
    • My sister is only seven , but she always tells me whether my pictures are good or not .
    • She came into my room yesterday.
    • 'What are you doing?' she asked.
    • 'I'm hanging this picture on the wall,' I answered. 'It's a new one. Do you like it?‘ She looked at it critically for a moment. 'It's all right,' she said, 'but isn't it upside down?‘
    • I looked at it again. She was right! It was!
    Why? Her little sister can appreciate pictures.
    • Para 2
    • I think that young children often appreciate modern pictures better than anyone else.
    • They notice more.
    • My sister is only seven, but she always tells me whether (是否) my pictures are good or not.
    • She came into my room yesterday.
    • 'What are you doing?' she asked.
    • 'I'm hanging this picture on the wall,' I answered. 'It's a new one. Do you like it?‘ She looked at it critically for a moment. 'It's all right,' she said, 'but isn't it upside down?‘
    • I looked at it again. She was right! It was!
    A conversation between writer and her sister.
    • Para 2
    • I think that young children often appreciate modern pictures better than anyone else.
    • They notice more.
    • My sister is only seven, but she always tells me whether (是否) my pictures are good or not.
    • She came into my room yesterday.
    • 'What are you doing?' she asked.
    • 'I'm hanging this picture on the wall,' I answered. 'It's a new one. Do you like it?‘ She looked at it critically for a moment. 'It's all right,' she said, 'but isn't it upside down?‘
    • I looked at it again. She was right! It was!
    Where did the conversation happen?
    • Para 2
    • I think that young children often appreciate modern pictures better than anyone else.
    • They notice more.
    • My sister is only seven, but she always tells me whether (是否) my pictures are good or not.
    • She came into my room yesterday.
    • 'What are you doing?' she asked.
    • 'I'm hanging this picture on the wall,' I answered. 'It's a new one. Do you like it?‘ She looked at it critically for a moment. 'It's all right,' she said, 'but isn't it upside down?‘
    • I looked at it again. She was right! It was!
    Where did the conversation happen?
    • 'What are you doing?' she asked.
    • 'I'm hanging this picture on the wall,' I answered. 'It's a new one. Do you like it?‘
    • She looked at it critically for a moment. 'It's all right,' she said, 'but isn't it upside down?‘
    • I looked at it again. She was right! It was!
    • Para 2
    • I think that young children often appreciate modern pictures better than anyone else.
    • They notice more.
    • My sister is only seven, but she always tells me whether (是否) my pictures are good or not.
    • She came into my room yesterday.
    • 'What are you doing?' she asked.
    • 'I'm hanging this picture on the wall,' I answered. 'It's a new one. Do you like it?‘ She looked at it critically for a moment. 'It's all right,' she said, 'but isn't it upside down?‘
    • I looked at it again. She was right! It was!
    What was the writer doing?
    • Para 2
    • I think that young children often appreciate modern pictures better than anyone else.
    • They notice more.
    • My sister is only seven, but she always tells me whether (是否) my pictures are good or not.
    • She came into my room yesterday.
    • 'What are you doing?' she asked.
    • ' I'm hanging this picture on the wall ,' I answered. 'It's a new one. Do you like it?‘ She looked at it critically for a moment. 'It's all right,' she said, 'but isn't it upside down?‘
    • I looked at it again. She was right! It was!
    What was the writer doing?
    • Para 2
    • I think that young children often appreciate modern pictures better than anyone else.
    • They notice more.
    • My sister is only seven, but she always tells me whether (是否) my pictures are good or not.
    • She came into my room yesterday.
    • 'What are you doing?' she asked.
    • 'I'm hanging this picture on the wall,' I answered. 'It's a new one. Do you like it?‘ She looked at it critically for a moment. 'It's all right,' she said, 'but isn't it upside down?‘
    • I looked at it again. She was right! It was!
    What was the writer doing? Did her sister like it?
    • Para 2
    • I think that young children often appreciate modern pictures better than anyone else.
    • They notice more.
    • My sister is only seven, but she always tells me whether (是否) my pictures are good or not.
    • She came into my room yesterday.
    • 'What are you doing?' she asked.
    • 'I'm hanging this picture on the wall,' I answered. 'It's a new one. Do you like it?‘ She looked at it critically for a moment. 'It's all right,' she said, 'but isn't it upside down?‘
    • I looked at it again. She was right! It was!
    What was the writer doing? Did her sister like it?
    • Para 2
    • I think that young children often appreciate modern pictures better than anyone else.
    • They notice more.
    • My sister is only seven, but she always tells me whether (是否) my pictures are good or not.
    • She came into my room yesterday.
    • 'What are you doing?' she asked.
    • 'I'm hanging this picture on the wall,' I answered. 'It's a new one. Do you like it?‘ She looked at it critically for a moment. 'It's all right,' she said, 'but isn't it upside down?‘
    • I looked at it again. She was right! It was!
    What was the writer doing? Did her sister like it? Is there anything wrong with the picture?
    • Para 2
    • I think that young children often appreciate modern pictures better than anyone else.
    • They notice more.
    • My sister is only seven, but she always tells me whether (是否) my pictures are good or not.
    • She came into my room yesterday.
    • 'What are you doing?' she asked.
    • 'I'm hanging this picture on the wall,' I answered. 'It's a new one. Do you like it?‘ She looked at it critically for a moment. 'It's all right,' she said, 'but isn't it upside down ?‘
    • I looked at it again. She was right! It was!
    What was the writer doing? Did her sister like it? Is there anything wrong with the picture? Yes
  • upside down adj. 上下颠倒地
    • Para 2
    • I think that young children often appreciate modern pictures better than anyone else.
    • They notice more.
    • My sister is only seven, but she always tells me whether (是否) my pictures are good or not.
    • She came into my room yesterday.
    • 'What are you doing?' she asked.
    • 'I'm hanging this picture on the wall,' I answered. 'It's a new one. Do you like it?‘ She looked at it critically for a moment. 'It's all right,' she said, 'but isn't it upside down?‘
    • I looked at it again. She was right! It was!
    What was the writer doing? Did her sister like it? Is there anything wrong with the picture? What’s writer’s reaction?
    • Para 2
    • I think that young children often appreciate modern pictures better than anyone else.
    • They notice more.
    • My sister is only seven, but she always tells me whether (是否) my pictures are good or not.
    • She came into my room yesterday.
    • 'What are you doing?' she asked.
    • 'I'm hanging this picture on the wall,' I answered. 'It's a new one. Do you like it?‘ She looked at it critically for a moment. 'It's all right,' she said, 'but isn't it upside down?‘
    • I looked at it again. She was right! It was!
    What was the writer doing? Did her sister like it? Is there anything wrong with the picture? What’s writer’s reaction?
    • Para 2
    • I think that young children often appreciate modern pictures better than anyone else.
    • They notice more.
    • My sister is only seven, but she always tells me whether (是否) my pictures are good or not.
    • She came into my room yesterday.
    • 'What are you doing?' she asked.
    • 'I'm hanging this picture on the wall,' I answered. 'It's a new one. Do you like it?‘ She looked at it critically for a moment. 'It's all right,' she said, 'but isn't it upside down?‘
    • I looked at it again. She was right! It was!
    What was the writer doing? Did her sister like it? Is there anything wrong with the picture? What’s writer’s reaction? Did she agree?
    • Para 2
    • I think that young children often appreciate modern pictures better than anyone else.
    • They notice more.
    • My sister is only seven, but she always tells me whether (是否) my pictures are good or not.
    • She came into my room yesterday.
    • 'What are you doing?' she asked.
    • 'I'm hanging this picture on the wall,' I answered. 'It's a new one. Do you like it?‘ She looked at it critically for a moment. 'It's all right,' she said, 'but isn't it upside down?‘
    • I looked at it again. She was right! It was!
    What was the writer doing? Did her sister like it? Is there anything wrong with the picture? What’s writer’s reaction? Did she agree? Yes
    • Para 2
    • I
    What was the writer doing? Did her sister like it? Is there anything wrong with the picture? What’s writer’s reaction? Did she agree? hang a picture
    • Para 2
    • I
    What was the writer doing? Did her sister like it? Is there anything wrong with the picture? What’s writer’s reaction? Did she agree? hang a picture Yes
    • Para 2
    • I
    What was the writer doing? Did her sister like it? Is there anything wrong with the picture? What’s writer’s reaction? Did she agree? hang a picture like it upside down
    • Para 2
    • I
    What was the writer doing? Did her sister like it? Is there anything wrong with the picture? What’s writer’s reaction? Did she agree? hang a picture like it upside down look again and agree
  • pretend to understand notice more appreciate pictures better just pretty patterns because because Young children Many people contrast
  • Who are the best art critics?
  • any other reasons? Young children are the best art critics They notice more.
  • Young children are the best art critics, because I notice that…
    • they are more creative.
    • they have more gifts.
    Homework