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Emotions 1: Introduction to rage faces
Emotions 1: Introduction to rage faces
Emotions 1: Introduction to rage faces
Emotions 1: Introduction to rage faces
Emotions 1: Introduction to rage faces
Emotions 1: Introduction to rage faces
Emotions 1: Introduction to rage faces
Emotions 1: Introduction to rage faces
Emotions 1: Introduction to rage faces
Emotions 1: Introduction to rage faces
Emotions 1: Introduction to rage faces
Emotions 1: Introduction to rage faces
Emotions 1: Introduction to rage faces
Emotions 1: Introduction to rage faces
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    • 1. Emotions Troll
    • 2. EmotionsAre human emotions Some think there are only universal? seven universal emotions.
    • 3. EmotionsDo different cultures express emotion differently? How? Does language affect our perception of emotion?Examples of culture specific emotion words: •Schadenfreude: Pleasure at other’s sadness /misfortune •Fureai: Feeling a connection to another person •Saudade: Feeling nostalgia for something lost forever •Rettokan: Feeling of being inferior
    • 4. Emoticons How often do you use Emoticons? Why do you use them?Which are your favorites? What emotion? My favorite ( °□° (°□°)  ( - ) relax!
    • 5. Animals Watch the video. Do animals feel emotion? What emotions do youWhat animals? What emotions? think the dog shows? http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=B8ISzf2pryI
    • 6. Emotional MovieWatch the video and take notes about the different emotions. http://www.youtube.com/watch? v=MnA4u9CaK7A&feature=player_embedded
    • 7. Guess the emotion Talk to your partner and write down what emotions you think the faces below are expressing 71 42 5 83 6 9
    • 8. Next weekWE MAKECOMICS!

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