Learning Emotions with SpongeBob - Student

Learning Emotions with SpongeBob - Student

Learning Feelings SWBAT: Know the meaning of the words for basic feelings; Describe feelings; Develop the awareness of feelings in different cultures. ou y e r A ? ready

Content Get to know the meaning of the emotion words Practice the words with the videos Role play Emotions and culture Get to know the meaning Read each sentence and choose the correct word.

If you see a monster, will you f eel scared or sad? scared sad If you receive a gift that you wante d it for a long time, will you be shy or surprised? shy surprised

If you get straight As on your report card, will you feel happy or bored? happy bored If you only sleep for 2 hours last ni ght, will you be excited or sleepy ? excited

sleepy If your best friend lies to you, will you feel angry or bored? angry bored If you finished this game you have a better understanding of the vocabulary for emotions.

Practice with the videos Watch each video and choose the correct answer. SpongeBob feels sad _______ and angry _______, s o he leaves. Sad Surprised No

Sleepy No Happy No Angry Next When SpongeBob says oh, dear, he

scare_______, so he is sweating. feels d Surprised No Bored No Scared

Next SpongeBob tries to sleep, because he sleepy_______. feels very Surprised No Sleepy Bored

No Next When SpongeBob gets his license, he surprised happy so he laughs. is _______ and _______, Board No Sleepy

No Surprised Happy Shy No Next After the snail (Gary) licks SpongeBob, shy SpongeBob feels _______

and ______. excited Shy Bored No Excited Sleepy No Sad

No Next excited SpongeBob feels very _______, because Patrick wants to be Patrick Man. Scared No

Excited Bored No Role play To be a friend and ask. Instruction Work in pairs Each group spins the wheel one by o ne to get your emotion Make a dialogue with your partner. Y

ou can start your conversation by I f eel .... (happy/sad). Your partner the n asks why you feel that, and if possi ble, s/he can offer advice to you and make you feel better. End Game Role play B o r

ed d Sa Ex y p ee l S

Group 1 ci t e d Scared Angry The Big Wheel

Group 2 Group 3 Group 4 Group 5 Group 6 Sh y Happy se

i r p r d u S Group 7 Group 8 Group 9 I feel ...

Spin Wheel Share your dialogue with all of us! Emotions and culture Try to answer the following two questions. You can guess! Do you know... ? According to the research, do you know there ar e 6 basic emotions around the whole world? Gue ss what they are. Surprised

Happy Hot Confused Disgusting Shy Sleepy Cold Angry Sad

Scary Bored Do you know... ? Do you know people from different cou ntries express their emotions differentl y? Guess who are more expressive? People in the Western countries, like People in the Western countries, like America America People in the Eastern countries, like

People in the Eastern countries, like China China Good job!!!

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