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1Lesson Fifteen How Does It Feel? Talk To MeLesson FifteenHow Does It Feel?Produced by the Riverina Schools Project Partnership, 2009
2Talk To MeRecently we’ve been learning about some of the things that help talking to each other go well.Who can remember what some of those things were?Today we are going to talk about how we feel when talking does not go well.Brainstorm factors contributing to good oral interaction from previous lesson.How do we show we are listening: eye contact, nodding, using fillers such as yes, no, uh-huhThe importance of taking an even number of turns to talk and listen. Importance of listening to the teacher and putting up your hand for a turn.
3How does it feel?How a person feels inside is important.It can be really hard to keep your feelings locked up inside.If you talk to your family, a friend, a trusted adult, or a teacher you will almost always start to feel better.Ask: who could you talk to if you were feeling sad or angry about something? Who would you share great news with?
4How does it feel? Confused Happy! Angry What are some of the things we feel when people don’t talk nicely or don’t listen to us?ConfusedHappy!AngryAsk one class member to circle the things they feel when people don’t talk nicely or listen to us.Like laughingSadTired
5What’s happening in this picture? Give it to me!Ask members of class what they think is happening between the two girls.
6Circle the right answer The girls aren’t looking at each other.The girls aren’t wearing school uniform.One person isn’t talking nicely to the other.Ask one member of the class to circle the right answer: C
7What’s happening in this picture? Ask members of class what they think is happening between the two girls. And write the answers on the following slide.
8How do the girls in this picture feel? Why?Continue brainstorming as per previous slide and write answers on the Smart Board.
9How does it feel?You don’t have to share everything that you are feeling.But it is important to share feelings when you need to talk or need help.You can say, "I feel sad when my friend doesn't play with me" or "I feel angry when they steal my ball”.Ask class member to finish the sentence: I feel sad when…………… and I feel great when………
10ActivityAt your desks draw a picture.Your picture should show how you felt when someone did not talk or listen to you.ORYour picture should show how you felt when someone did speak nicely to you and listen to you.Ask students to return to their seats and draw a picture showing how they felt when someone did/did not speak nicely or listen to them.Discuss drawings with individual students to evaluate success of lesson.Share one or two drawings and summarise the lesson. If there is time brainstorm solutions to the scenes drawn by students.
11ActivityI feel sad when……I feel happy when…….I feel angry when……I feel lonely when….I feel great when……..This slide may be used as a prompt for the drawing activity if required.