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Class 1 of 5: The Sciences of Emotions - Emotional Intelligence
learners per class
How does a “One-Time” class work?
Meets once at a scheduled time
Live video chat, recorded and monitored for safety and quality
Great for exploring new interests and different styles of teachers
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Welcome to our emotions class! Your child will be exploring different types of emotions through fun interactive short stories, music, crafting, puppets, and role playing. He or she will learn how to use language for expression and social interaction with their peers. They will also create, perform, and participate in the arts. The lesson is geared for Preschool/Kindergarten age. If you have a child with special needs that would benefit from this class, but is above the age range, that is fine...
This class is taught in English.
Students will learn how to express themselves to others and also interact socially with their peers using language. They will also create, perform, and participate in the arts. They will also be exposed to some reading.
There will be no homework unless you would like to practice the different emotions with your puppets. You also can finish decorating your puppets. Try role playing/acting out with various puppets. Hi, I am ___. How do you feel today? I am ___. Why do you feel that way? What can help you feel better?
1 file available upon enrollmentPlease print out the emotion faces twice. One for the emoji sticks and one for the puppets. You will also need 4 paper bags, markers, yarn, and scissors for the puppets. I would recommend glue sticks, so it dries faster and maybe tape for hair if it isn't sticking. We will be using the sticks at the beginning of class, so please have the emoji face sticks glued ahead of time for the beginning of class. The puppets are towards the end of the class, so we will assemble in the middle of class. If you only have liquid glue let me know in the beginning and maybe we can start by making the puppets, so there is plenty of time to dry. It would be great if you also have the 2nd set of 4 faces cut out, so we can quickly glue on the faces during learning time. The hair and drawing bodies may have to wait till after class depending how fast everyone works. If you do not have a printer, paper bags, or popsicle sticks, you can draw faces on 4 pieces of paper or socks. Very easy to switch up in the lesson.
Learners will not need to use any apps or websites beyond the standard Outschool tools.
I will use informal assessment throughout the class by listening to how students speak and interact with others. I will ask more questions and demonstrate if need be. There will be no grading.
30 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
Little ones will need help cutting with scissors and discussing their emotions. If they are not at a reading age, I will read to them.
Christine M Marte
Teacher Christine-I love to meet new people and have a passion to teach new ideas! So excited to meet you!
🇺🇸Lives in the United States
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4 completed classes
My name is Teacher Christine and I am so excited to be part of the Outschool community to help spread a love for learning. I come to you with lots of experience in public and private schools and also with online teaching. I received an AS, BS, and...