PHSE Emotional Literacy teaching resource
Talk About… provides opportunities for Emotional Literacy, discussion and enquiry work in your PHSE lessons. A selection of photographs, appropriate to primary age children, show a wide range of common emotions and feelings that children will be familiar with. These can either be displayed on a projector or by using the photo cards that can be copied from a downloadable resource booklet. Children should be encouraged to work in pairs or small groups to discuss the photographs and consider questions.
Talk About… can be used to support your existing PHSE scheme of work or used as a stand-alone resource. It is particularly effective to discuss issues that arise in class or in school, such as bullying, being a friend or helping other people or to support whole school initiatives such as eSafety, Friendship Week or Anti-bullying week.
Emotions and feelings
…afraid, fear, scared, bullying, teasing, angry, fury, rage, frustrated, eSafety, bored, lonely, sad, upset, concentrating, helpful, supportive, hurt, naughty, irresponsible, sneaky, tired, exhausted, happy, proud, excited, unwell, love, shock, surprise, hate, fussy, aggressive, puzzled, confused
- Range of emotions and feelings
- 38 high-quality photographs
- Background music – mute and volume options
- Toggle on-screen questions on and off to prompt discussion
- Child-friendly characters
- Toggle speech and thought bubbles on and off to promote discussion
- Pen tool for use on Interactive Whiteboard
- Copiable photo booklet download
- Perfect for Key Stage 2, Key Stage 3 and SEN pupils