Foundations Professional Development Module Promoting Emotional Literacy and
Foundations Professional Development Module Promoting Emotional Literacy and Empathy NC EARLY LEARNING NETWORK IS A JOINT PROJECT OF THE NC DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION, OFFICE OF EARLY LEARNING AND UNC FRANK PORTER GRAHAM CHILD DEVELOPMENT INSTITUTE
2 Pre Learning Activity Enhancing Emotional Vocabulary in Young Children Discussion Key concept of Article
How might you use the strategies in this article? 3 Objectives To understand and effectively implement instructional practices related to building emotional literacy and empathy skills that
promote childrens learning To understand the importance of involving families in practices related to building emotional literacy and empathy skills that promote childrens learning 4 Objectives
To understand the importance of using data to determine targets of development in emotional literacy and empathy that promote increased use of those skills To understand how to articulate the relationship between targeted instructional practices, NC Foundations of Early Learning and Development, and the NC Professional
Teaching Standards 5 Social-Emotional Foundations for Early Learning (SEFEL) Pyramid Model Tier 3:Individualized Positive Behavior Support- Children with
persistent challenges Tier 2-Social Skills CurriculaChildren at Risk Tier 1 High Quality Early Education-All Children 6
Activity: My Many Colored Days 7 What is Emotional Literacy? 8
Why is Emotional Literacy Important? 9 Activity on Typical Development 10
11 Teaching Emotional Literacy and Empathy 12 Teaching Standards
13 14 iPoints 15
Crosswalk to Kindergarten and High School 16 Crosswalk to Kindergarten and High School 17
Crosswalk to Kindergarten and High School 18 Crosswalk to Kindergarten and High School 19
Activity: Role Play 20 Strategies for Teaching Emotional Literacy 21
Make-it/Take-it Check in with Feelings Activity 22 Break Time
23 24 25 What is empathy?
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9_1Rt1R4xbM 26 When to begin teaching Empathy? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lX6krHsZA_w
27 28 29 30
Stand Up-Sit Down Activity 31 Taking Perspective 32
Strategies to develop Empathy 33 Activity: Taking Perspective 34
35 36 37 On Monday When It Rained Book Nook Example
38 Empathy and Understanding for anothers feelings
Culturally Diverse Relate to a relationship that students understand
Respect for self-worth Links Behavior to Emotion
Citizenship Working Together Respect for others
Avoids Violence Respect Treat others you want to
be treated Sincerity and spontaneity
Simple, Clear Story Lines Compassion Care about others and treat them with kindness
Vocabulary Development Brief and easy to comprehend
Responsibility accountability for what you do Help children relate to character emotion
Demonstrations control of impulsive behavior
Honesty Tell the truth keep your word Able to be generalized
Helps students recognize that others experience situations different from ones self Effort Persistence, Try ,Try Again
Shows Problem Solving Understands there are different
choices for the same situation Self-Control Control Yourself so others dont have to, selfregulation
Provides Relevant Examples Has emotional content
Positive Attitude Think good thoughts, be cheerful so others will like to be around you 39 Formative Assessment
40 Reflective thought and conclusion 41 Questions and Homework
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