This contains 20 people showing 6 different emotions (joy, sadness, fear, anger, boredom, and surprise). To save ink I’ve only used the part of this lesson with pictures on the computer but it can be printed. There are 20 scenarios to discuss and determine how you would feel in that situation. Then there are two pages with 7 different questions on each page for students to write their responses. If you don’t want to have your students write then you can simply read the questions to your students. The last page has the emotions written so you can use them as a visual with your students.
Every person shows emotions different so this is a great activity to show students that not everyone expresses boredom or fear the same way.
Pages 3 -22: 6 emotions of one person per page
Pages 23 – 27: 4 scenarios per page to work on emotions (can be cut up and if working in a group students can go around reading the scenarios. Everyone can provide their response verbally or choose a written emotion and then put the emotions in the middle of the table when everyone has chosen to make it a game).
Page 28 – 29: Each page contains 7 questions asking students how they would feel in a certain situation with room for them to write their responses.
Page 30: Emotions written. You can leave one set of words as a visual and cut up the other set to have students choose the word to describe the picture (this can be done with tape on the computer/Ipad screen if you don’t want to print the pictures). The words can also be used to provide responses for the scenarios.
Clipart from mycutegraphics.com