Activity: Practice Identifying Feelings of Others
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- Totetude Situational Feelings [Microsoft Office - OOXML - Word Document, 133 KB]
- Print the Totetude Situational Feelings.
- Learners brainstorm times when they personally were happy (pizza for dinner, birthday party, new pet, first day of school, etc.).
- Discuss their actions, facial expressions, body language, and sounds they made when they were happy.
- Then learners brainstorm times when they personally were sad (Turnips for dinner, thunderstorm, broke a toy, friend moved away, etc.).
- Discuss their actions, facial expressions, body language, and sounds they made when they were sad.
- Read through the Totetude Situational Feelings.
- Ask learners to either smile or frown depending on how they would feel if this situation happened to them.
- Call on learners to justify the face they chose.
- Conclude by saying that it is important to respect others and how they feel.
- Educator asks, "Do animals have feelings? How do they show their feelings?"
- 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.