Identifying emotions is difficult for many high-school age, special needs students. Oftentimes, drawing to express emotions is easier for these students than using verbal language. This packet contains 17 emotion identification scenarios for young women, and 17 emotion identification scenarios for young men (Identical except for faces depicting different gender).
I like to use these packets to first have the student independently read the scenario and draw the emotion they predict they would feel, and then use the completed worksheet to discuss the emotion, reason behind the emotion, and an appropriate way to handle that emotion.
For lower language or level students, I read the scenario aloud and explain it thoroughly/act it out. We then discuss together how we may feel. I use the drawing assignment to then check for comprehension.
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