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True Colors

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Diane Lowery

on 9 October 2014

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Transcript of True Colors

TRUE
COLORS

Value differences, respect them and build on strengths
ORANGE
BLUE
GOLD
GREEN
-Relates well to others
-Cares about others feelings
-Expressive, engaging and sincere
-Wants others to get along
Appreciates Quality
Curious
Intellectually
Competent (ability)
Logical
Structure
Time Keepers
Team Players
Responsible
Freedom lovers
Risk taker
Energetic
Creative
Today we will be finding out what color category you fall into depending on your very own personality traits. Teachers will now pass out the TRUE COLORS WORD SORT and explain to the students by reading the directions at the top of the sheet (teachers see "Scoring" sheet")
What was YOUR:

-
Brightest color
(the color of your highest total)

AND

-
Most Pale color
(the color of
your lowest total)


A+H+K+N+S=
Orange
B+G+I+M+T=
Gold

C+F+J+O+R=
Blue
D+E+L+P+Q=
Green

(colors should add up to 50)
Circle highest color/Underline lowest
Now let's see what this says about you! Our next activity will help you to discover more about:

- WHO YOU ARE
-HOW YOU ACT
-HOW YOU LEARN
Who are
BLUES
?
-Good group participant
Who are
GREENS
?
Move to the place in the room with your STRONGEST COLOR. With the other students in your group read the characteristics and in your group:

1.
Come up with 5 things you want others to know about your color and YOU
2.
What is one way others might deal better with people like you?

Conclusion

ALL
traits are important to a school or organization

We have all of the colors within us...but if you know/recognize each other's dominant color(s), you can better understand them.
Who are
GOLDS
?
Who are
Oranges
?
Spontaneous
competitor
Impulsive
optimistic
fun loving
Core Needs of
Blue
is
RELATIONSHIPS

Core Needs of
Gold
is
DUTY & RESPONSIBILITY

Core Needs of
Green
is
INTELLECTUAL COMPETENCE (ability)

Core Needs of
Orange
is
FREEDOM


Cool and Calm
Problem solvers
Organized
Dependable
Knows right from wrong
Orange shares with the class their answers to the questions
Gold shares with the class their answers to the questions
Greens share with the class their answers to the questions
Blues share with the
class the answers
to their questions
-Flexible
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