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HELLO STUDENTS. TUESDAY 17 th. OF JUNE MISS MARIBEL LAZCANO. CLASS OBJECTIVES. Class General Objectives - Show comprehension of nouns that express feelings and emotions. Specific Objectives

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Hello students

HELLO STUDENTS

TUESDAY 17 th. OF JUNE

MISS MARIBEL LAZCANO


Class objectives
CLASS OBJECTIVES

  • Class General Objectives

    - Show comprehension of nouns that express feelings and emotions.

  • Specific Objectives

    - Identify nouns and adjectives that express feelings or emotions in a text called "The girl who would be happy “.

    - Identify nouns from some flashcards.


Today we are going to study
TODAY WE ARE GOING TO STUDY...

FEELINGS AND EMOTIONS


First of all what is a feeling or emotion
FIRST OF ALL, WHAT IS A FEELING OR EMOTION?

  • FEELING IS :

    - An emotional reaction.

    - The experiencing of affective and emotional states.

  • EMOTION IS:

    - A mental state that arises spontaneously rather than through conscious effort.

    Note: they are expressed by nouns


Name some of feelings or emotions
NAME SOME OF FEELINGS OR EMOTIONS.

ANGER

HAPPINESS

PRIDE

SADNESS

ENVY

JEALOUSY

CONFIDENCE

FEAR


In what situations people express some of the feelings that you mentioned before
IN WHAT SITUATIONS PEOPLE EXPRESS SOME OF THE FEELINGS THAT YOU MENTIONED BEFORE

  • Someone broke something of yours. (anger)

  • Someone wishes to have your new sneaker. (envy)

  • Someone is going to marry (happiness)

  • Someone saw a ghost (fear)


  • Someone graduated from highschool (pride) YOU MENTIONED BEFORE

  • Someone you love shows a lot of interest in others (jealousy)

  • When someone has no doubt to win the championship. (confidence)

  • When someone has gone far away.(sadness)



Happiness
HAPPINESS EXPRESS SOME FEELINGS OR EMOTIONS.

  • Emotion experienced when you feel satisfaction or pleasure


Jealousy
JEALOUSY EXPRESS SOME FEELINGS OR EMOTIONS.

  • A feeling of anger or unhappiness because someone has something or someone that you want


Sadness
SADNESS EXPRESS SOME FEELINGS OR EMOTIONS.

  • Showing, feeling, or causing unhappiness or regret


Pride
PRIDE EXPRESS SOME FEELINGS OR EMOTIONS.

  • Is the feeling of satisfaction you have because you or people you are connected with have done something well


Confidence
CONFIDENCE EXPRESS SOME FEELINGS OR EMOTIONS.

  • The quality of being certain of your abilities or of having trust in people, plans, or the future.


ENVY EXPRESS SOME FEELINGS OR EMOTIONS.

  • The feeling that you wish you had something that someone else has.


FEAR EXPRESS SOME FEELINGS OR EMOTIONS.

  • An unpleasant emotion that you have when you are frightened or worried by something dangerous, painful or bad that is happening or might happen.


Anger
ANGER EXPRESS SOME FEELINGS OR EMOTIONS.

  • A strong feeling which makes you want to hurt someone or be unpleasant because of something unfair or hurtful that has happened.



Anger1
ANGER EXPRESSING SOME FEELINGS OR EMOTIONS.


Sadness1
SADNESS EXPRESSING SOME FEELINGS OR EMOTIONS.


Pride1
PRIDE EXPRESSING SOME FEELINGS OR EMOTIONS.


Confidence1
CONFIDENCE EXPRESSING SOME FEELINGS OR EMOTIONS.


FEAR EXPRESSING SOME FEELINGS OR EMOTIONS.


Jealousy1
JEALOUSY EXPRESSING SOME FEELINGS OR EMOTIONS.


Happiness1
HAPPINESS EXPRESSING SOME FEELINGS OR EMOTIONS.


ENVY EXPRESSING SOME FEELINGS OR EMOTIONS.


Now you are going to read a text called the girl who would be happy
NOW YOU ARE GOING TO READ A TEXT CALLED EXPRESSING SOME FEELINGS OR EMOTIONS.“THE GIRL WHO WOULD BE HAPPY"

  • INSTRUCTIONS

    - First, read the text quickly.

    - Then, ask for doubts in terms of unknown words.


The girl who would be happy
“THE GIRL WHO WOULD BE HAPPY” EXPRESSING SOME FEELINGS OR EMOTIONS.

As a young girl, Mona had been left orphaned and unprotected. She moved sadly through her days. One day, on a lonely walk through a meadow, she saw a butterfly struggling to release itself from a thorn bush. Mona carefully released the butterfly from its captivity. Her freeing touch caused the butterfly to turn into a beautiful fairy.

"In return for your kindness," the good fairy said, "I will grant you any wish." Mona thought for a moment and said softly, "I want to be happy!" The fairy leaned forward, whispered into the girl’s ear, and flew off.

Mona developed into a beautiful woman and eventually grew to be old. She had left the sadness of her childhood in the field where she had met and aided the fairy. After that, Mona’s years were marked by serene happiness. As the end of her life drew near, friends and admirers came to comfort her, and to say good-bye to this remarkable woman.

Mona’s last gift to her friends was the story of her encounter with the fairy. She shared with them the words the fairy had whispered in her ear. As Mona spoke, her eyes shone with the joys of a lifetime of treasuring the fairy’s message: "Everyone, no matter how secure they seem, no matter how old or young, rich or poor, has need of you."

(from the book, No Excuse! , by Jay Rifenbary)


Unknown words
UNKNOWN WORDS EXPRESSING SOME FEELINGS OR EMOTIONS.

  • a meadow

  • Struggling

  • Release

  • a thorn bush

  • captivity

  • Fairy

  • kindness

  • Grant

  • Wish

  • Leaned

  • Whispered

  • flew off

  • Aided

  • Drew

  • Lifetime

  • Joys

  • no matter


Now read the text again and identify some nouns or adjectives related to feelings or emotions
NOW, READ THE TEXT AGAIN AND IDENTIFY SOME NOUNS OR ADJECTIVES RELATED TO FEELINGS OR EMOTIONS

"THE GIRL WHO WOULD BE HAPPY“

As a young girl, Mona had been left orphaned and unprotected. She moved sadly through her days. One day, on a lonely walk through a meadow, she saw a butterfly struggling to release itself from a thorn bush. Mona carefully released the butterfly from its captivity. Her freeing touch caused the butterfly to turn into a beautiful fairy.

"In return for your kindness," the good fairy said, "I will grant you any wish." Mona thought for a moment and said softly, "I want to be happy!" The fairy leaned forward, whispered into the girl’s ear, and flew off.

Mona developed into a beautiful woman and eventually grew to be old. She had left the sadness of her childhood in the field where she had met and aided the fairy. After that, Mona’s years were marked by serene happiness. As the end of her life drew near, friends and admirers came to comfort her, and to say good-bye to this remarkable woman.

Mona’s last gift to her friends was the story of her encounter with the fairy. She shared with them the words the fairy had whispered in her ear. As Mona spoke, her eyes shone with the joys of a lifetime of treasuring the fairy’s message: "Everyone, no matter how secure they seem, no matter how old or young, rich or poor, has need of you."

(from the book, No Excuse! , by Jay Rifenbary)


"THE GIRL WHO WOULD BE HAPPY“ ADJECTIVES RELATED TO FEELINGS OR EMOTIONS

As a young girl, Mona had been left orphaned and unprotected. She moved sadly through her days. One day, on a lonelywalk through a meadow, she saw a butterfly struggling to release itself from a thorn bush. Mona carefully released the butterfly from its captivity. Her freeing touch caused the butterfly to turn into a beautiful fairy.

"In return for your kindness," the good fairy said, "I will grant you any wish." Mona thought for a moment and said softly, "I want to be happy!" The fairy leaned forward, whispered into the girl’s ear, and flew off.

Mona developed into a beautiful woman and eventually grew to be old. She had left the sadness of her childhood in the field where she had met and aided the fairy. After that, Mona’s years were marked by serene happiness. As the end of her life drew near, friends and admirers came to comfort her, and to say good-bye to this remarkable woman.

Mona’s last gift to her friends was the story of her encounter with the fairy. She shared with them the words the fairy had whispered in her ear. As Mona spoke, her eyes shone with the joys of a lifetime of treasuring the fairy’s message: "Everyone, no matter how secure they seem, no matter how old or young, rich or poor, has need of you."

(from the book, No Excuse! , by Jay Rifenbary


Answer these following questions about the text
ANSWER THESE FOLLOWING QUESTIONS ABOUT THE TEXT. ADJECTIVES RELATED TO FEELINGS OR EMOTIONS

  • Where did Mona see or meet the butterfly?

  • In what thing did the butterfly turn into?

  • What was the wish that Mona made?

  • How was the childhood of Mona?


Now answer these personal questions
NOW, ANSWER THESE PERSONAL QUESTIONS ADJECTIVES RELATED TO FEELINGS OR EMOTIONS

  • Are you a happy person?

  • Would you like to meet a fairy? Why?

  • What would your wish be If you found a fairy?

  • Do you think that Money can Buy Happiness?


As a review
AS A REVIEW ADJECTIVES RELATED TO FEELINGS OR EMOTIONS

  • WHAT DO WE STUDY TODAY?

  • HOW THEY ARE EXPRESSED?

  • NAME SOME OF THEM IN ENGLISH.


That s all
THAT’S ALL !! ADJECTIVES RELATED TO FEELINGS OR EMOTIONS

THANK YOU VERY MUCH FOR YOUR ATTENTION……

Miss Maribel Lazcano


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