Our own character and feelings

Module Overview

Originated by: Dr Viktorija Radotic and Riaan Oliver

The word feeling was first used in the English language to describe the physical sensation of touch through either experience or perception. The word is also used to describe experiences other than the physical sensation of touch, such as “a feeling of warmth” in general. In psychology, the word is usually reserved for the conscious subjective experience of emotion.

Perception of the physical world does not necessarily result in a universal reaction among receivers but varies depending upon one’s tendency to handle the situation, how the situation relates to the receiver’s past experiences, and any number of other factors. Feelings are also known as a state of consciousness, such as that resulting from emotions, sentiments or desires.

This module looks ranges of feelings and how they shape our character.

We will explore

  • Looking at our own feelings and observing the feelings of others
  • How listening to others helps us to understand them
  • What situations help shape our character?
  • Using mind maps to explore feelings
  • Creating our own ‘affirmation cube’

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Our programmes include a range of learning materials to support both teachers and students in the classroom. Content wise, each module is different but some components are common to all to provide assessment tools for teachers and familiar references for students.

This module includes

  • Lesson plan
  • PowerPoint presentations
  • Observation of thoughts
  • Teacher assessment
  • Class activities

We believe that some topics are approached more powerfully by bringing in animation. That is why some of the topics have videos to illustrate the learning points

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