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Teaching students to recognize emotions and develop empathy is the foundation of teaching social skills and character development. This resource makes it simple to introduce students to recognizing emotions in others and connecting it to their own experience.
This is a NO PREP and PAPERLESS discussion and journal activity. Project each template onto any white board to begin your discussion. Questions are embedded to help guide you.
If you wish, pages can be both by adding your own text and pictures), and also to write on.
These templates are EDITABLE Power Point files, meaning they have EDITABLE TEXT BOXES so that you can type your own text, sentence frames, questions, and word banks. You can add photos in the blank versions, too!
If you are looking for the RULES AND PROCEDURES version of this resource, you can find it by clicking here: Rules and Procedures Paperless Journal Prompts
These pages show students with various emotions. Students are prompted to look at facial expressions and body language to decide how the child in the photo is feeling. After that, students are prompted to guess what may be happening to the child to make them feel that emotions. They may connect this to a personal experience they have had, making them more likely to feel and understand empathy in others.
These pages have photos of various situations, and students are told a short story about what is happening in the pictures. Students are prompted to decide if they have ever experienced something similar, and to consider what they might do if it happened to them. By discussing these scenarios, students discover that others have similar experiences and emotions.
What if you have behavioural situations that are unique to YOUR classroom?
No problem - you can take a photo as situations occur in the classroom and use them as discussion topics and journal prompts. Just insert the pictures into the blank editable templates and add sentence frames if you wish.
TEACHER TIP! These printable journal pages are perfect to use Remind the students of your previous discussion and ask them to write or draw about it on the template. Or,
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**Note: The sentence starters are not filled in for you because everyone has their own rules and procedures; they are editable so you can type in whatever is most effective for your classroom and also to address differentiation needs.
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