In this lesson, students act-out their feelings through role-playing. They use body language to connect with specific feelings.
Visualizing is an important part of comprehension. Picture books provide pictures for younger children. “Painting pictures with words” can do the same for older students. Instead of saying, “I am sad,” They can write, “I lowered my head as tears began to spill from my eyes,” making their characters come to life
Complete instructions, and everything you need to teach the lesson, are enclosed.
Body Language Introduction
Examples of Body Language-Chart
"Feelings" Flash cards
An entertaining and informative lesson!
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