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Module: Caring and Sharing

Unit: Good days and bad days

Level: KS1

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1. Feelings

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Source: www.kizclub.com
Media: words, xls, pdf, txt Animation 
Resources Types: Worksheets , Classroom Activities , Stories 

Learning Objectives

Resources

Remarks

Language Forms and Communicative Functions

Language Skills

   
  • Vocabulary:
    • Adjectives to describe feelings, e.g. happy, sad, scared
  • Use adjectives to describe people's feelings, e.g. I feel happy.
  • Use the connective 'when' to express time, e.g. When someone says bad words to me, I feel angry.

Reading:

  • Guess the meaning of unfamiliar words by using contextual or pictorial clues

Writing:

  • Provide personal ideas and information based on a model or framework provided

Story
http://www.kizclub.com/storytime/feelings/first.html

Mini-book
http://www.kizclub.com/Topics/myself/feelingbook.pdf

Feeling Face Cards
http://www.kizclub.com/Topics/myself/feeling(C).pdf

Brief Description:
An animated story describing feelings

User Tips:

  • Before reading the story, revise the adjectives to describe feelings with students or motivate students by asking them to describe their feelings.
  • While reading, highlight the adjectives to describe feelings, e.g. happy, sad, scared, and the reasons why they have that feeling.
  • After reading, students can make the face of different feelings using 'Feeling Face Cards'.
  • For more able students, they can write about the feelings using 'Mini-book'.

2. How do you feel today?

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Source: Educational Television Unit, EDB
Media: Video 
Resources Types: ETV 

Learning Objectives

Resources

Remarks

Language Forms and Communicative Functions

Language Skills

   
  • Vocabulary:
    • Adjectives to describe feelings, e.g. happy, excited, lonely
  • Use the interrogative adverb 'how' to ask about feelings, e.g. How do you feel?
  • Use adjectives to describe people's feelings, e.g. I feel happy.

Listening:

  • Identify basic consonant sounds and discriminate between a small range of initial sounds in words, e.g. glad, sad, mad
  • Recognize that clues from gestures and facial expressions convey speakers' intention, feelings and opinions

http://resources.hkedcity.net/resource_detail.php?rid=1862020188 

Brief Description:
An ETV programme about the feelings of different people

User Tips:

  • Motivate students by asking them to talk about their feelings.
  • Encourage students to sing along the song 'If you're happy' while watching the programme.
  • After watching the programme, students can do the Activity sheets to consolidate what they have learnt in the programme.
  • Teachers can refer to the Teachers' notes for more teaching ideas and activities.

3. Feelings - How are you?

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Source: www.dreamenglish.com
Media: Web page words, xls, pdf, txt Audio 
Resources Types: Classroom Activities , Interactive Teaching Materials 

Learning Objectives

Resources

Remarks

Language Forms and Communicative Functions

Language Skills

   
  • Vocabulary:
    • Adjectives to describe feelings, e.g. happy, sad, thirsty, hungry
  • Use adjectives to describe people's feelings, e.g. I'm happy.
  • Use formulaic expressions to greet people, e.g. How are you?

Listening:

  • Locate or provide specific information in response to simple instructions or questions

Reading:

  • Guess the meaning of unfamiliar words by using contextual or pictorial clues

http://www.dreamenglish.com/feelings

Brief Description:
A web-site with teaching resources about feelings

User Tips:

  • Download the song 'How are you?' and sing with students to arouse their interests.
  • Read the book 'How are you?' and draw students' attention to the language focus.
  • Click 'Feelings Flashcards' or play the 'Video' to revise the vocabulary with students.

4. Mini-books about feelings

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Source: www.scholastic.com
Media: Web page words, xls, pdf, txt 
Resources Types: Worksheets 

Learning Objectives

Resources

Remarks

Language Forms and Communicative Functions

Language Skills

   
  • Vocabulary:
    • Adjectives to describe feelings, e.g. happy, excited, lonely
  • Use adjectives to describe people's feelings, e.g. I feel happy.

Reading:

  • Guess the meaning of unfamiliar words by using contextual or pictorial clues

Writing:

  • Provide personal ideas and information based on a model or framework provided

Feelings and Faces
http://minibooks.scholastic.com/minibooks/detail/?id=26719

My book about feelings
http://minibooks.scholastic.com/minibooks/detail/?id=36316

Brief Description:
Two mini-books for students to describe their feelings

User Tips:

  • Revise the adjectives to describe feelings using 'Feelings and Faces'.
  • Students can write about their experience related a specific feeling using 'My book about feelings'.

5. Emotions

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Recommended Resources
Source: www.abcteach.com
Media: words, xls, pdf, txt 
Resources Types: Worksheets 

Learning Objectives

Resources

Remarks

Language Forms and Communicative Functions

Language Skills

   
  • Vocabulary:
    • Adjectives to describe feelings, e.g. lonely, angry, excited
  • Use adjectives to describe people's feelings, e.g. I feel lonely.

Reading:

  • Guess the meaning of unfamiliar words by using contextual or pictorial clues

Writing:

  • Provide personal ideas and information based on a model or framework provided

Reader
http://www.abcteach.com/free/e/emotionsa.pdf

Flashcards
http://www.abcteach.com/free/f/faces_allexpressions_flashcards.pdf

Emotion journal
http://www.abcteach.com/free/e/emotions1.pdf

Sometimes I feel sad
http://www.abcteach.com/free/w/writingprompt_primary_emotion_sad.pdf

Brief Description:
A simple text, flashcards and two writing exercises about people's feelings

User Tips:

  • Before reading, revise the adjectives to describe feelings using 'Flashcards'.
  • Print the 'Reader' for students to make a mini book.
  • While reading, highlight the adjectives to describe feelings, e.g. lonely, angry, excited.
  • After reading, students can write about their experience related to a specific feeling using the 'Emotion journal'.
  • For more able students, they can elaborate more about their sad feeling using 'Sometimes I feel sad'.
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