In one word, describe how you feel today?
Today 3/4 Red will learn about: How to show respect
Accepting the consequences of your actions
Recognising others feelings
Disagreeing with others in a positive manner
Knowing and understanding yourself and your feelings. Learning to recognize the feelings of others. Developing empathy and understanding the perspectives of others.
Developing Self and Social Awareness
Self-awareness: The ability to recognize and understand your own emotions, thoughts, strengths, weaknesses, and values. Social awareness: The ability to understand the emotions, thoughts, and perspectives of other people. Self-regulation: The ability to manage and control your own thoughts, emotions, and behaviors. Make posters!
What are some strategies to regulate your own emotions?
Draw/write - How it feels to be frustrated
Draw/write - How it feels to be lonely
Is it important to be able to identify your emotions?
The average person has over 70,000 thoughts per day. Scientific research has found that self-awareness is the key to success in life. Studies have shown that people who are socially aware have better relationships with others.
Did you know?
What does it mean to be respectful and what are some of the way we could and do show this? How do you show this?
What are our 3 school rules?
Q: How can you show respect when disagreeing with someone else?
12. Personalised Feedback
Can you think of a time when you felt sad or upset and what did you do to make yourself feel better?
What is one way that you can practice being more aware of yourself and others in your daily life?
Brain break: Draw a cupcake playing a sport
What is it called when you understand and recognise your own emotions?
- Social awareness
- Emotional intelligence
What does empathy mean?
- Not caring about other people's problems
- Understanding other people's feelings and experiences
- Being critical or judgemental of others
- Being selfish and only thinking about yourself
What is the ability to understand and share the feelings of another person called?
Why is it important to be aware of our own emotions?
- So we can control them better
- So we can forget about our problems
- So we don't have to talk about them
- So we can ignore them
Why do people need social skills?
- None of these
- To be alone all the time
- To hide from other people
- To interact with others in a positive way
20. Personalised Feedback
What does it mean to have empathy towards others and why is it important in building positive relationships?