Social Skills Feelings and Emotions for Teens {Real Photos and No Prep}

Social Skills Feelings and Emotions for Teens {Real Photos and No Prep}
Social Skills Feelings and Emotions for Teens {Real Photos and No Prep}
Social Skills Feelings and Emotions for Teens {Real Photos and No Prep}
Social Skills Feelings and Emotions for Teens {Real Photos and No Prep}
Social Skills Feelings and Emotions for Teens {Real Photos and No Prep}
Social Skills Feelings and Emotions for Teens {Real Photos and No Prep}
Social Skills Feelings and Emotions for Teens {Real Photos and No Prep}
Social Skills Feelings and Emotions for Teens {Real Photos and No Prep}
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More than half of what we say is communicated through Nonverbal Language. This includes: body language, facial expressions, body posture, and tone. We must recognize these nonverbal cues and make inferences about a situation and how a person feels.
Understanding these nonverbal cues are essential for communicating with others.

Nonverbal Language Description Pages
• 20 scenarios (Color)
• Instructions
• 1 bonus scenario (Color)
The bonus scenario does not rely on facial cues and expressions.
Students read a description of the emotion in the picture. Each page describes: facial expressions, tone, body posture, gestures, and situational context. Print out and laminate the pages for repeated use.

Nonverbal Language Worksheets: "I feel When..."
• 20 worksheets (Color)
• 20 worksheets (Black & White)
• 1 bonus worksheet (Color)
• 1 bonus worksheet (Black & White)

Students learn about the different emotions and their nonverbal cues. Then they write about a time when they felt that way. Students may take the black and white copies home for homework practice and to facilitate the carryover process.

Emotions in this activity:
• Sad
• Helpful
• Apologetic
• Confused
• Disappointed
• Nervous
• Bored
• Hopeful
• Worried
• Upset
• Confident
• Disgusted
• Excited
• Tired
• Scared
• Happy
• Ungrateful
• Content
• Annoyed
• Surprised

The use of real photos will help increase your students' understanding of nonverbal cues.

These activities are meant for middle school and high school students.

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