Identifying Our Feelings
This page describes a Qedoc learning module or quiz entitled "Identifying Our Feelings". You can download the module from this page to put on your computer. You can also launch the module straight off the web using the launch quiz link on the right-hand side of this page. Another way to access this quiz is to install the Qedoc Quiz Player and bring up its directory of downloadable quizzes. Whichever way you choose to use it, it's free.
Students will identify and describe different feelings in themselves and others.
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The module contains the following activities:
- Looking at emotions
- True and False
- Can you guess the emotion?
- Mixed emotions
- Feel good chemicals
- What am I really saying?
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- Some people hide their feelings, so it is hard to know how they feel. Here are some guidelines to help you tell how a person is feeling:Pay attention to the person's tone of voice. Look at the person's body language and facial expressions. Listen to what the person says. Be aware that special circumstances or events may be affecting the person (e.g. a death in the family)Below are the things to remember. Put them in order.
- Push play to start the slide show below, click the middle of the screen to go to the next slide. Read each slide carefully. There will be questions about what you read in these slides, so pay attention.
- Click on a box to see the emotion picture behind it. Find the other emotion picture exactly like it. You only get 8 chances. The little hearts in the corner tell you how many chances you have left.
- IMPORTANT!: PEOPLE EXPRESS THEIR FEELINGS IN DIFFERENT WAYS.Below is a list of ways people express their feelings. Choose the one that might describe someone who is feeling HAPPY
- Can you guess the emotion this person is feeling? Guess the letters in the word (like hangman). You get 10 chances. The hearts in the corner tell you how many chances you have left.
- Megan got and A on her science test. She is proud of herself, but she is worried that the other kids will tease her about being a nerd. Can you guess what her body language would look like?
- Lisa is overweight and often gets teased by the other students.She has just tripped in the hallway, and is feeling very embarrassed. Can you guess what Lisa's body language would look like?
- Below is a negative mixed emotion. Unscramble the letters to see which emotion it is. Hint: You feel this emotion when you tried to do something and you could'nt do it the first time.
- Below is a negative mixed emotion. Unscramble the letters to see which emotion it is. Hint: You feel this emotion when feel like something is going to happen but you are not sure.
- Below is a postive mixed emotion. Unscramble the letters to see which emotion it is. Hint: You feel this emotion when you did'nt know something was going to happen.
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