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English Reading and Writing

Read, write and enjoy the journey! Share your thoughts! Think out of the box! Be kind! Do I make mistakes? That's ok. I'm learning and this is a long and great journey!

English Reading and Writing

Read, write and enjoy the journey! Share your thoughts! Think out of the box! Be kind! Do I make mistakes? That's ok. I'm learning and this is a long and great journey!

(ERW2_2018) 5- The final task!

Dear students, 

 

The final task is related to the issue of Emotional Intelligence. :) 

 

I want you to take a careful look at some great free guides for young learners. I believe you'll find them very useful and inspiring. 

Let's see!

 

The name of the guides are:

[pdf] Emotional Intelligence for children ages (...)

 

Google this: "pdf ohio emotional intelligence for" and you'll get 5 pdf documents from ong.ohio.gov... 

The guides are a collection of tasks which are organised in 5 categories (you can see them listed in the beginning of the guide): 

Intrapersonal scales

Interpersonal scales

Adaptability scale

Stress management

General mood scale

 

For the final task (YEY!!!) I want you to complete one task from each category (you may choose your tasks from the same guide or from different guides/ differents ages).  So, in total 5 tasks. 

So, choose the document with the age range that you prefer or take a look at all of them and chose 5 tasks, 1 per category.

 

I personnally think that

- the versions 11-12 or 13-18 are great to contribute to your own personal and social development in a more "adult" way.

- the versions for younger students 2-4, 5-7, 8-10 are great too because they contribute to your professional development since you test the materials that you may want to use with your students.  

 

They are all quite great but of course they are all quite different. 

 

Share the result of your 5 tasks in your blog.

I suggest that you include a short paragraph explaining your choice, expectations and final thoughts for each completed task at the beginning or at the end of the task.

Some questions that may help you write that short paragraph are: Why did you choose that task? What did you learn from completing it? How did you feel when completing it? How did you feel at the end? How would you use it in your class?

Each task will be a different entry in your blog to make it more attractive for your readers. 

Please remember to mention the source of the task (website, guide chosen, category and task chosen).

 

Any doubt let me know. 

 

Enjoy!

 

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