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Personality. Last year you all completed a personality test that corresponded to a color. Do you remember your color? Were you Red? Green? Yellow? Blue? Complete the True Colors Word Sort to find out what color you are. Directions.

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### Personality

Directions corresponded to a color. Do you remember your color?

• In the boxes on your worksheet are groups of words printed horizontally in rows. For each row decide which of the groups of words is most like you. Next to the letter at the bottom of the groups of words rank order the groups in that row from 4 to 1. Score each group of words giving yourself 4-for the groups of words MOST like you and 3-next most like you, 2- for the next and 1-for the lease like you. Do this for each row.

• Ex.

Scoring corresponded to a color. Do you remember your color?

• To score this worksheet write the number that corresponds to each letter in the blank, total up each row of letters to determine your score for that color group.

• Your color schema is your four colors listed from highest total score to lowest. The highest scoring color is the one most like you.

### Does this sound like you? corresponded to a color. Do you remember your color?

If you had a tie listen closely to the descriptions on the next slides and decide which sounds most like you.

Tie Breaker

Reds corresponded to a color. Do you remember your color?

Things that frustrate reds:

Things reds do to frustrate others:

• Rules and laws

• Same routine

• Paperwork

• Too much structure

• Ignoring rules

• Being undisciplined

• Lack of planning

• Being quick-tempered

• Thinking out loud

Reds Value corresponded to a color. Do you remember your color?

• Fun, freedom, spontaneity, leadership, adventure, excitement, risk-taking, flexibility, resourcefulness, independence, play, variety, humor, skillfulness, creativity.

Famous Reds:

John F. Kennedy

Ernest Hemmingway

Winston Churchill

Amelia Earhart

Teddy Roosevelt

Lucille Ball

“Don’t be afraid to go out on a limb. That’s where the fruit is”—Anonymous

Blues corresponded to a color. Do you remember your color?

• Lying

• Violence

• Personal rejection

• Lack of communication

• Lack of close friends

• Sarcasm

• Lack of planning

• Being passive

• Avoiding conflict

• Suppressing problems

• Being too generous

• Being overly sentimental

• Things that frustrate blues:

• Things blues do to frustrateothers:

Blues Value corresponded to a color. Do you remember your color?

• Sensitivity, sharing, spirituality, compassion, nurturing, harmony, honesty, devotion, intuition, friendship, inspiration, warmth, caring, imagination, romance, authenticity.

Famous Blues:

Mozart

Ghandi

Emily Dickenson

Bill Clinton

Martin Luther King, Jr.

“What I am is good enough if I would only be it openly.” --Carl Rogers

Greens corresponded to a color. Do you remember your color?

Things that frustrate greens:

Things greens do to frustrate others:

• Routine

• Small-talk

• Plagiarism

• Illogical arguments

• Social functions

• Incompetence

• Not being sociable

• Living in the future

• Being wordy

• Blowing up when criticized

• Not going with the flow

• Being to independent

Greens Value corresponded to a color. Do you remember your color?

• Logic, independent thinking, facts, time alone, intellectual achievement, strategy, competency, analytical ability, integrity, personal space, invention, emotional stability, respect for self and others, justice, knowledge, ingenuity.

Famous Greens:

Abe Lincoln

Dwight Eisenhower

Eleanor Roosevelt

Socrates

Frank Lloyd Wright

Thomas Edison

“Live to learn and you will learn to live”—Portuguese proverb

Yellow corresponded to a color. Do you remember your color?

• Irresponsibility

• Lack of planning

• Lack of discipline

• Laziness

• High risk taking

• Illegal behavior

• Control freak

• Being bossy and controlling

• Working long hours

• Being obsessive

• Being judgmental

• Planning for everything

• Things that frustrate yellows:

Things yellows do to frustrate others:

Yellows Value corresponded to a color. Do you remember your color?

• Rules, responsibility, stability, civic duty, fairness, punctuality, caring, hard work, reliability, social status, order, consistency, practicality, clear goals, dependability, honesty.

Famous Yellows

Harry Truman

Joan Rivers

George Washington

Nancy Reagan

Gerald Ford

Mr. Rogers

“The Time is always right to do what is right.”--Martin Luther King, Jr.

Assignment corresponded to a color. Do you remember your color?

We will revisit this lesson next week, so you will need to remember your color. In the meantime talk with your friends and find out what colors they are, see if you can guess before they tell you. See if you can guess what color your teachers’ are then ask them their color to find out if you were correct.