Help your students feel more comfortable in social situations as they learn to see things from someone else's point of view. Students will learn how to read and interpret facial expressions, as they listen to discussions of events involving other people's emotions.
- Think about how different people or animals see or experience the same situation or event, depending on conditions such as size, physical condition, or temperature.
- Learn to associate facial expressions with feelings or emotions and to talk about feelings or emotions using a wider range of vocabulary. They will see what type of experiences can bring about certain feelings.
- See that different experiences might bring about the same feeling for different people.
- Realize that different people might experience different feeling within the same situation.
Soft cover, 113 pages, by Marilyn M. Toney, Illustrated by Will Harney