Activity: Use the Skill of Identifying Feelings
to use knowledge in different ways
|(Optional)||1||container||per whole group|
- Totetude Basic Feelings [Microsoft Office - OOXML - Word Document, 490 KB]
- Print, cut, and place the Totetude Basic Feelings printable into a container (optional).
- Have the learners recall as many feelings as they can remember.
- Call on a learner to either take a feeling from a container or chose one of the feelings mentioned during the discussion.
- That learner must make up a short story or retell a time when he/she experienced that feeling.
- More than one learner can use the same feeling to create a different story or retell an event.
- If the story is very short, the audience can ask questions: a) What happened next? b) Why did you/he/she do that? c) How did other people react?
- As the learner is telling his/her story or event, another learner can act out what is being said.
- A learner can first tell a story or personal incident and then the group must decide what feeling was being talked about.
- I am able to use what I know about identifying feelings.
- I am able to talk with others.
- I am able to tell/retell stories or everyday experiences.