How are you feeling today?
Students, today we will talk about a fantastic activity called the Mood Meter. It’s a fun way to share your feelings and emotions in a complete sentence. Here’s how it works:
- Choose the Right Vocabulary: We’ll start by using a Mood Meter chart. This chart is like a big, colorful map of emotions. It’s divided into four different quadrants, each representing different feelings. The top right quadrant has words like “Happy” and “Excited,” the bottom right has words like “Calm” and “Content,” the bottom left has words like “Worried” and “Sad,” and the top right has words like “Angry” and “Frustrated.”
2. Write it Down: Once you’ve chosen the word that best describes your feelings today, write it down on paper. For example, you might write, “I am feeling ‘Excited’ today.”
3. Start a sentence with a capital letter and finish with a period to complete the sentence.
4. Share Online: After writing down your feelings, we will transfer them to an online forum. This can be a chat room or a dedicated space where everyone shares their feelings. You’ll post your sentence there, like, “I am feeling ‘Excited’ today.”
5. Ask Others: Now comes the fun part! You can read what your friends and classmates have posted, and you can also ask them how they’re feeling. It’s a great way to connect and understand each other better.
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So, how are you feeling today? Let’s explore the Mood Meter and share our emotions in complete sentences. It’s a beautiful way to express ourselves and support one another.