Describing feelings – or are they emotions? ESL kids and adults conversation

Describing feelings – or are they emotions? ESL kids and adults conversation
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Describing feelings – or are they emotions? ESL kids and adults conversation
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Describing feelings – or are they emotions? ESL kids and adults conversation
Describing feelings – or are they emotions? ESL kids and adults conversation
Describing feelings – or are they emotions? ESL kids and adults conversation
Describing feelings – or are they emotions? ESL kids and adults conversation
Describing feelings – or are they emotions? ESL kids and adults conversation
Describing feelings – or are they emotions? ESL kids and adults conversation
Describing feelings – or are they emotions? ESL kids and adults conversation
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This presentation contains a 47 slide PowerPoint lesson in an editable PPT format with a work paper and Teacher’s notes that accompany the lesson.
Most of us interchange our feelings and our emotions, we use the verb “I feel” to describe both, But they are two fundamentally different things.
This lesson discusses the difference between the two, how to tell them apart and how to use them properly.
This lesson includes:
- Definition of ‘feelings’ and ‘emotions’
- discussion about the difference between the two and why we confuse them
- emotional memories
- collective emotions
- detecting emotions and how to measure them
- the reason we feel
- what is Hygge
- identifying ‘the seven basic emotions’
- activity - separating your emotions from your feelings

I hope you enjoy this lesson

This lesson is part of a four-lesson series which includes:

- Describing things

- Describing places

- Describing faces

These lessons can be purchased together as a money saving bundle called:
learning to describe




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47 pages
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Teaching Duration
90 minutes
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