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Activity: Practice Identifying Feelings of Others

Objective:

to inspect in detail

Materials:

Supporting Media:

Prep:

  • Print the Totetude Situational Feelings.

Instructions:

  1. Learners brainstorm times when they personally were happy (pizza for dinner, birthday party, new pet, first day of school, etc.).  
  2. Discuss their actions, facial expressions, body language, and sounds they made when they were happy.
  3. Then learners brainstorm times when they personally were sad (Turnips for dinner, thunderstorm, broke a toy, friend moved away, etc.).
  4. Discuss their actions, facial expressions, body language, and sounds they made when they were sad.
  5. Read through the Totetude Situational Feelings.  
  6. Ask learners to either smile or frown depending on how they would feel if this situation happened to them.
  7. Call on learners to justify the face they chose.
  8. Conclude by saying that it is important to respect others and how they feel.

Extension:

    • Educator asks, "Do animals have feelings?  How do they show their feelings?"

    Reflections:

    • I am able to examine feelings of other people.
    • I am able to tell/retell stories or everyday experiences.
    • I am able to express my feelings and emotions.

    TAC-SK0009

    Time:

    Prep
    0-15 minutes
    Engagement
    10-20 minutes
    Cleanup
    0-10 minutes

    Location:

    • Indoors

    Meta:

    Theme
    Feeling
    Multiple Intelligence
    Interpersonal
    Bloom Taxonomy
    Evaluate
    Instructional Strategy
    Interactive Instruction
    Subject
    Social Sciences

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