Why this course?
Summary of the Lesson
In this session, the student experiences emotional awareness and identifies the emotional expressions of happiness, sadness, anger among others. With the aid of engaging activities the student learns to differentiate between these emotions and emotion provoking situations.
What your child will learn
F: Formulated an understanding of emotional expressions.
E: Emotional awareness and situational awareness.
E: Employed their learning to real life situations.
L: Learn to respond appropriately to situations.
How is it going to help your child
What to Expect
Expect the child to identify and differentiate between the emotions such as anger, sadness, happiness, surprise, etc.
Parental Play & Role
Normalise: Encourage their emotional expressions and do not discourage them when they feel sad or afraid. Normalise expression of all emotions.
Model: Have dinner discussions based on how the everyone’s day was and what different emotions did all of the family members feel. This helps the child to learn how to verbalise their emotions.
Situational awareness: Help them acknowledge how others might be feeling in a particular situation.
We are born with only two fears, fear of falling and fear of loud noises. All other fears are acquired by experiences. Help the child to differentiate between things that they need not to fear and things that actually might pose them a danger.
Our uniEQ Tools & Methods
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