Emotional mirror

Recognition and expression of emotion through facial and body expressions

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The moderator names emotions by pointing to the emotions cards.


We divide the children into pairs of two and put one in front of the other.


One of the two chooses the emotion he wants to represent and mimics it on either his face or with his body with spontaneous movements.


The mirror child should imitate his movements towards him.


Then, in the 'change' command from the coordinator, children are asked to change roles by representing the same feeling.


In the end, they name the emotion and they can tell situations in which that emotion can exist.


The coordinator chooses the emotion that the children will imitate, choosing more complex emotions (happiness, jealousy, sadness, frustration, disgust, etc.).

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Ladies Union of Drama House of Open Hospitality

Philanthropic Organisation GR

7 November, 2019


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