German Emotions Vocabulary-Theme: Emotions, Relationships (Niveau B1-C1)

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VOCABULARY Basic human EMOTIONS GEFüHLE Powerpoint presentation contains: Love, hate, joy, anger, fear, sadness, trust, serenity/calmness, distrust, courage e.t.c.

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Slides 2-11 Presentation of emotions, image-word
Emotions: Love, hate, joy, anger, fear, sadness, trust, serenity/calmness, distrust, courage (explanation in 3 languages English, German, French)
You can ask students to write the words in their Vocabulary notebooks

Slide 12 Positive/negative emotions (or emotions with positive negative connotation)Exercise
Students are asked to think which feelings/emotions they consider positive or negative
Open exercise: A discussion can be the starting-point for students to express opinions according to their own experience/values e.t.c.

Slide 13 Thermometer which feelings/emotions can we put along the scale of hot-cold, minus plus? Open Exercise

Slide 14 Antonyms Exercise
Students are asked to find the pair of antonyms of the words they just learned.
*Note: some words are near antonyms

Slide 15-16: Noun+verb+preposition Exercise
Students are asked to pair the above mentioned emotions with the correct verb+preposition combination. (e.g. Liebe für jemanden empfinden)

Quite a demanding exercise. You can let students work in pairs and team a strong with a weak student, so the latter can benefit.
Slide 17-18 How is the noun expressed in a verb? Can we derive an adjective from the noun? Exercise
Work with dictionaries or online corpora.
e.g. Vertrauen->vertrauen, vertrauensvoll

Slide 19-21 Definitions of the nouns Exercise
Students are asked to look up the definitions of the words in German-German dictionary.
Quite a demanding exercise. You need to assist and guide students to understand the definitions.

Slide 22-23 Human Relationships what emotions/feelings dominate?
The exercise introduces students to new emotions/feelings such as Die Eifersucht(=jealousy), die Abhängigkeit(=dependency), die Konkurrenz (= competition, rivalry), die Solidarität (=solidarity), Hilfe (=help), Sorge(=attentiveness), Bewunderung(=admiration), Respekt, der Spaß(=enjoyment) , Feindseligkeit (=animosity), Dankbarkeit (=gratitude), Enttäuschung(=disappointment), Leidenschaft(=Passion), Bedauern(=regret).
Students have to arrange the emotions and put them under the correct box that corresponds to a relationships-combination , eg, between mother and child, between friends e.t.c.
Open exercise. More than one answers is correct.

Slide 24-33 Exercise: Images, students are asked to guess or imagine which emotion is depicted.
Open exercise.
The lesson has come to an end. Students can now relax and enjoy the funny images, share and express opinions.
Explanations Jmdn=> jemanden jmdm=>jemandem






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German Emotions Vocabulary-Theme: Emotions, Relationships
German Emotions Vocabulary-Theme: Emotions, Relationships
German Emotions Vocabulary-Theme: Emotions, Relationships
German Emotions Vocabulary-Theme: Emotions, Relationships