WHO IS DIGUSTED?
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Who is Disgusted? is designed to help kids 8 years and up build essential social language and literacy skills. This resource is part of a comprehensive collection that guides children through understanding nonverbal language, vocabulary for emotions, and the language skills needed for understanding and telling a story.
Overview: Each of our “WHO?” Lessons help students integrate their understanding of facial expressions and tone of voice for a particular emotion, with the language and literacy skills they need for understanding people and characters in stories. In the Who is Disgusted? Lesson, students will match causes to effects, and ask and answer WHO and WHY questions surrounding the emotion of Disgust.
This lesson will help students practice the following social language and literacy skills:
- Asking and answering questions that start with “Who….?”
- Asking and answering questions that start with “Why….?”
- Explaining and understanding reasons for feeling disgusted.
- Making a facial expression that indicates disgust, and also being able to recognize it
- Understanding and explaining cause-effect relationships.
- Combining cause statements with effect statements to build a complex sentence.
Who Is It For?
This resource is perfect for speech therapists, counselors, educators, and parents looking to enrich the social and literacy skills of children aged 8 and up. It can be used in schools, at home, or in therapeutic settings to support children's overall social language and literacy development.