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OBJECTIVES: The ability to recognize basic emotions

DESCRIPTION and/or INSTRUCTIONS: Exercises have been prepared for children with intellectual disabilities who cannot or have big difficulties in recognizing emotions on people’s faces. They learn to analyze the parts of the face – the look of the eyes, mouth, and eyebrows and determine the feelings of others. Four emotions were selected in the presentation – joy, anger, sadness, and fear, which are very different from each other.

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION: Also Applicable in Secondary.

APP / PROGRAM: Microsoft PowerPoint