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Empathy Emojis
L4 - U5

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Unit Overview:

Unit 5: “Empathy Emojis” focuses on helping students explore and understand emotions. Through vocabulary building, grammar exercises, interactive activities, and creative projects, students learn to express and manage their feelings effectively. This unit emphasizes the importance of empathy and emotional intelligence in communication and relationships.

  • Happy, Sad, Angry, Excited, Nervous, Surprised
  • Proud, Jealous, Tired, Scared, Shocked, Confused
  • Relaxed, Annoyed, Cheerful, Melancholy
  • Kind, Understanding, Supportive, Sympathetic, Compassionate, Attentive
  • Caring, Considerate, Love, Boredom, Frustration
  • Curiosity, Envious, Strong, Anxious, Relieved
  • Joyful, Elated, Stressed, Calm, Overwhelmed
  • Delighted, Hopeful, Nervous, Responsive
  • Generous, Altruistic, Thoughtful

  • I have felt happy all day.
  • She has been excited since yesterday.
  • We have been nervous to travel.
  • They have been anxious about the test.
  • He has never tried sushi before.
  • We have always loved chocolate.
  • They have just finished.
  • I have felt happy using the ❤️ emoji.
  • He has shown curiosity with the 🤔 emoji.
  • They have expressed frustration with 😡.
  • I have felt envious when my friend won the competition.
  • I have been anxious about the upcoming exams.
  • I have felt proud of myself for helping a friend.
  • I have given advice to my sister about her project.
  • I have shared my snacks with my classmates.

Lesson 1 – Exploring Emotions

You did a great job learning about different emotions and how to express them! We covered basic emotions like happy, sad, angry, and excited, as well as more complex ones like nervous, surprised, proud, and jealous. The story of “Emotion Island” helped us see how important it is to understand and manage our emotions. Keep practicing the present perfect tense to talk about your feelings.

Vocabulary: Happy, Sad, Angry, Excited, Nervous, Surprised, Proud, Jealous

 

Lesson 2 – Expressions

Excellent work on expressing different feelings and understanding countable and uncountable nouns! You learned new feelings like tired, scared, shocked, and confused, along with relaxed, annoyed, cheerful, and melancholy. The “Emotion Express” story showed us how we can experience and manage different emotions. Keep practicing countable and uncountable nouns in your sentences.

Vocabulary: Tired, Scared, Shocked, Confused, Relaxed, Annoyed, Cheerful, Melancholy

 

Lesson 3 – Understanding Empathy

You did an amazing job understanding empathy and learning new empathetic traits! We discussed words like kind, understanding, supportive, and sympathetic, as well as compassionate, attentive, caring, and considerate. The story “Empathy in Action” showed how small acts of empathy can make a big difference. Keep practicing uncountable nouns to express empathetic actions.

Vocabulary: Kind, Understanding, Supportive, Sympathetic, Compassionate, Attentive, Caring, Considerate

 

Lesson 4 – Emotional Emojis

Great job exploring how emojis can express emotions in digital communication! You learned about emotions in the digital age like love, boredom, frustration, and curiosity, and terms like texting, messaging, social media, and chat. The “Emojis Talk” story showed us how emojis can make our messages more expressive. Keep practicing the present perfect tense with emojis.

Vocabulary: Love, Boredom, Frustration, Curiosity, Texting, Messaging, Social Media, Chat

 

Lesson 5 – Review #1

Fantastic review session! We revisited all the emotions and feelings vocabulary, phonics elements, and grammar points from the past lessons. You did well in the interactive activities and quizzes. Keep reflecting on your emotional growth and how emojis can enhance communication.

Vocabulary: All vocabulary from Lessons 1-4

 

Lesson 6 – Expressing Feelings

You did a wonderful job discussing complex feelings and how to express them! We covered emotions like envious, strong, anxious, and relieved, and descriptors like joyful, elated, stressed, and calm. The “Festival of Feelings” story helped us understand different emotions in various scenarios. Keep practicing the present perfect tense to talk about your experiences.

Vocabulary: Envious, Strong, Anxious, Relieved, Joyful, Elated, Stressed, Calm

 

Lesson 7 – Emotional Intelligence

Excellent work on developing emotional intelligence skills! We discussed traits like empathetic, respectful, and patient, as well as compassionate, mindful, tolerant, and diplomatic. The “Empathy Engine” story showed how understanding each other’s emotions can strengthen friendships. Keep practicing the present perfect tense to describe emotional skills.

Vocabulary: Empathetic, Respectful, Patient, Compassionate, Mindful, Tolerant, Diplomatic

 

Lesson 8 – Describing Feelings

You did a great job learning new emotional adjectives and how to describe feelings! We discussed words like overwhelmed, delighted, hopeful, and nervous, as well as ecstatic, apprehensive, serene, and agitated. The “Emotional Canvas” story showed how art can express emotions. Keep practicing the present perfect tense in expressive writing.

Vocabulary: Overwhelmed, Delighted, Hopeful, Nervous, Ecstatic, Apprehensive, Serene, Agitated

 

Lesson 9 – Empathy in Action

Wonderful job understanding empathetic actions and how they impact others! We covered words like responsive, generous, altruistic, and thoughtful. The “Journey to Empathy” story highlighted the importance of empathy in different situations. Keep practicing the present perfect tense to describe empathetic actions.

Vocabulary: Responsive, Generous, Altruistic, Thoughtful

 

Lesson 10 – Review #2

Great review session! We revisited all the emotional vocabulary, empathetic traits, phonics elements, and grammar points from the entire unit. You excelled in the interactive activities and quizzes. Reflect on how understanding emotions and empathy can enhance your communication and relationships.

Vocabulary: All vocabulary from Lessons 1-9