can be provided in the classroom is that students can see different dimensions of love through different texts, causing them to think and inquire, and then combine their current thoughts and experiences, listen to their inner voice, and listen to their inner voice. Slowly build personal values. Maybe many students will say that they have no experience, but I also told them in class that because I have no experience, I can first try to understand from these materials, or have an imagination in my heart, when one day I have to meet When it comes to a real emotional relationship, how do you think about yourself in the relationship. What material do you use to talk about love?
The text is like a filter. For students who have already experienced love, they may be able to reflect on their past love. For inexperienced students, they can also open up more emotional sympathy through reading and discussion. Thinking about reason and relationship. This unit lasts for three weeks and consists of six lessons. I have selected three main texts to run through, namely the film "The Blue Door" directed by Yi Zhiyan, "Hot Bun" by Ke Yufen and "I For You" by Jian Di shed moonlight.” Although "Blue Door" is a movie from 20 years ago, he delicately and profoundly describes the psychological confusion of young boys and girls in their youth, as if they Illustrator Art Work have feelings but are not sure what they are feeling. Impulsivity, and sometimes, more often than not, is not sure if the feeling is "love" at all. This film provides a facet, trying to provoke students to think and ask: What does love feel like? "Hot Bun", from the author's point of view, saw a couple who just came out of society having an ambiguous conversation in front of a steamed bun shop.
At this point in time when they just came out of the society, it seems that they are not as confused and young as teenagers, but when they start to encounter more problems from campus to society, facing love, they may have another level of thinking and experience. "I Sprinkle the Moonlight for You" is a gentle brush stroke, sometimes emotionally and sometimes rationally, expressing the mood of reuniting with an old lover after middle age. The two still seem to have some emotions recalling the past, but perhaps this regret , is an inevitable experience in life, and in the end, "I want you to live in peace" is the highest level of blessing and prayer in a relationship.