Feelings Journal 101
In this one-time class, students will learn how to keep a feelings journal.
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Handling strong emotions in a productive and positive manner is a skill that takes practice! In this one-time class, students will learn how to keep a feelings journal. Feelings journals are very helpful for identifying and processing emotions. This is a great tool that students can use throughout their lives. In this class, we will discuss why writing out our feelings helps us work through our emotions. We will make a list of many different emotions that humans feel. Being able to name our...
Students will create and understand how to use a feelings journal to help them process their emotions.
I taught elementary school for 9 years, the majority of those years in third and fourth grade. I utilized feelings journals with students throughout that time to teach students how to process through their emotions. I led my school's Positive Behavioral Interventions and Support team for several years. In this role, I analyzed data about how to best support students' emotions and, consequently learning, in our school. I attended several conferences and trainings about social emotional support for students. My goal is not to diagnose or even solve specific problems in this class. My goal is to help them create a journal that they can use to get their feelings out and move forward in a positive manner.
Students need a notebook and a writing utensil.
Learners will not need to use any apps or websites beyond the standard Outschool tools.
30 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
We will be discussing age-appropriate feelings and emotions in this class. Emotions that students will list in their journals include things like anger, sadness, disappointment, jealousy, exclusion, regret, etc.
Ilissa LExperienced Elementary Teacher
52 total reviews
123 completed classes
Hello! My name is Ilissa and I am so excited to work with your child in the online classroom! I am passionate about creating an engaging and fun classroom environment. I was an elementary classroom teacher for nine years before taking time to stay...