Y4 Wider Curriculum W/B PSHE 22nd June
Date: 19th Jun 2020 @ 9:38am
Hi Year 4, it`s Miss Fee again!
I hope you are all doing really well. How horrible has the weather been this week? Hopefully the sun will make an appearance very soon!
This week we are going to be learning all about FEELINGS and EMOTIONS and how to control and deal with them.
All the resources that you will need are attached at the bottom of this page.
There are also PowerPoints at the bottom of this page.
There is a lot to do, so please do not worry if you are not able to complete everything in the timeframes that I have said. It is most likely that you may need to continue with some tasks the following day :)
I would like you to read the PowerPoint for Monday.
Your first job is to think about feelings and what a feeling is. I would like you to come up with a definition for the word.
I would then like you to look at a timeline that shows what a boy named Ziggy gets up to during his day. I want you to think about the emotions that he may be feeling at different points of the day.
You then have a sorting activity to complete. I would like you to think about things that happen regularly and put them into groups: GOOD, NEUTRAL, NOT SO GOOD.
You will then read a blog post that provides you with ideas of how to feel good every day. I want you to think about which ideas you like the most and whether there are any ideas that you have that were not mentioned.
There are then two final tasks to complete on the final slide of the PowerPoint.
I would like you to read the PowerPoint for Tuesday.
Your first task is to refresh your memory from yesterday`s lesson and think about as many emotions or feelings that you can. I would like you to create a graffiti wall displaying all of these.
Your next task is to match up some similar feelings, then rank them on a scale of intensity.
You are then going to look at some images and think about what feeling or emotion the picture represents and why.
Sometimes metaphors are used to describe feelings or emotions e.g. green with envy. Can you come up with any more examples?
I would like you to choose one of the words from the feelings thermometer activity (it is a good idea to choose a more intense word or feeling) and use the body outline as a basic template on which to draw and write. Respond to the following questions:
- If you could explain where in the body someone would experience that feeling, where would it be?
- If the feeling had a colour, what colour would it be?
- If it had a shape what shape would it be?
- If it had a texture, what texture would it be?
- If the feeling were an image or a picture, what would this be?
- If the feeling had a sound, what sound would this be?
You will then write a short paragraph offering someone some advice on how to manage this feeling.
- Using the body outline I would like you to choose a feeling e.g anger. Think about what you may be thinking when you are angry and also think about something that you might say. Write these things in the thought and speech bubble. On the outside of the body I would like you to write down what you could do to help when you are feeling that particular emotion.
- Have a look at resource 2. Match up the reactions with the feelings. There may be more than one reaction because people react differently.
- Use Resource 3: Think, feel, do scenarios, choose a scenario and complete Resource 4: Think, feel, do worksheet, part 1.
- Answer the questions based around the following feelings: nervous, embarrassed, relieved, weight-off-your-shoulders, good, unsure, ashamed, ok, relaxing.
- Look at Resource 5 – Who can help? I would like you to think about the person you feel would be the best to help the character in the situation. Explain your thinking and reasoning. Is there anyone else who could help?
- Go back to your think, feel, do work. I would like you to think about whom the characters should talk to and what they should say both when in the situation and after the situation – maybe later on in the day, or the next day.
Thursday / Friday
Over the next few days, I would like you to create an A-Z of feelings or emotions (some letters may be easy, but I promise some are quite tricky – you may need to look online!) If you finish this, I would like you to think about how you would advise someone to deal with this feeling or emotion and offer them some advice about who they could talk to or get help from.