This module teaches your students more sophisticated emotions. At a certain developmental level, it is expected to use more than just happy, sad, and mad. Because there are obviously varying shades of those emotions, we need to teach our students what they are, what they look like and what may cause them. We teach the 'positive' and the 'negative' emotions. After all, research shows that increasing emotional literacy assists in emotional regulation. This lesson teaches annoyed, embarrassed, bothered, concerned, frustrated, disappointed, calm, relaxed, regretful, uneasy, uncomfortable, comfortable, hopeful, pleased, shy, cranky, interested, nervous, worried, anxious and aggravated.