Description of the Learning Activities
Materials/ Equipment Required
You will first need to teach or elicit a few emotion/feeling words appropriate to the group, e.g. happy, sad, angry, tired, calm.
Learners then try to express these through a range of modes: e.g.
∙A drawing or photograph
∙A sound or piece of music
∙A word (that makes them feel this, or that they associate with the feeling)
∙Taste (an item of food or drink)
Learners can then – try to guess what emotions other learners’ choices represent / produce class collages for each emotion /
This activity works best if learners can access the internet on mobile devices to find the relevant items that represent their choices
Mobile devices/flipchart paper for collages.
Learners can hold up their chosen items to the camera for other to guess what they represent – and they could be asked to find particular items around the house (e.g. an object that makes you happy or that communicates happiness).
Learners can produce a collage of their choices online, using padlet, Google Docs or similar.
Real items (realia)