Name the Feeling – using Video Clips
- To be able to label emotions in others based on their facial expressions
- To be able to understand what someone is feeling based on facial expressions
- To be able to respond appropriately to someone based on their facial expression
This resource pack has been designed for children that struggle to read non-verbal cues, which is thereafter impacting on their ability to understand the emotions in others. How can you empathise with others if you don’t understand what they are feeling? It complements any interventions used around the Theory of Mind. It also supports positive behaviour management systems that use conflict resolution approaches.
Simply, watch each of the clips in turn and ask questions about how that person feels – based on what their body language, for example ‘How do we know they are feeling excited?’, ‘Can you remember a time when you felt excited?’, ‘How does that feel inside?’.
This pack contains short video clips of the following range of emotions:
- Excited, Joyful
- Apprehensive, Nervous
- Calm, Grounded, Content
- Anxious, worried
- Frightened, shocked
- Sadness, upset
- Angry, Frustrated
- Question prompt cards x 30
- Number of Video Clips: 35