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      4. Role-play with students – Using situations that occur in the classroom, have  two students at a time role-play how they would act in a situation in front of the class.  For example, have one student act as a bully while student acts as the victim.  After each role-play scenario, have the whole class talk about how they might feel if they found themselves in a similar situation.
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      6. Help students understand that anger is a secondary emotion – Before a person feels angry, they experience another, often unnoticed, primary emotion, such as sadness, jealousy, surprise, or embarrassment.  When a student says they are angry, help them to identify and label the primary emotion behind that anger to better understand and deal with their emotions.
      7. Teach empathy – When students are involved in a conflict, help them to understand how the other person feels.  Ask them how they would feel if they were in the other’s shoes.  By helping students to identify and understand not only their own emotions, but also the emotions of others, teachers and parents can help you中国福利彩票下载安装αppng people to more successfully label and understand emotions in general.
      8. Help students connect their emotions and their body language – Ask them to recall a situation that made them feel happy, sad, angry, or any other emotion.  Have students draw a picture of a facial expression to match the given emotion and then share the pictures with the class.  Seeing how students’ pictures differ will help to determine how each student views each emotion.
      9. To help students better understand their anger, ask students to write a short story – complete with illustrations – that describes a situation that made them “angry” without using the words “anger,” “angry,” “mad,” etc.  This will help students determine the emotions that cause anger. Students may use the Moodz poster as a “emotion vocabulary list.”
      10. Help students understand various emotions by asking them to write an acrostic poem in which each letter of an emotion’s name would represent a reason for feeling that way.  For example, G in guilt could start the phrase “Gave away my friend’s secret.”
      11. To help students understand situations that cause them to experience a specific emotion, ask students to think about which emotions they most commonly feel and what makes them feel that way.  If students realize that the same situation always make them feel sad or hurt, they will likely avoid that situation or learn a new way to deal with it. This will help students develop better ways to deal with conflicts and emotions.
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