Emotion Word

This set of Emotion Picture-Word Cards includes happy, angry, afraid, surprised, excited, silly, sad, and worried. This set has 8 word cards.

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I prefer to use picture-word cards in a pocket chart near my writing center. That way, the children can take them out of the pocket chart and take them to the table if they want to copy the words onto their paper. The children know to return the card back to the pocket chart when they are finished. They can also use the cards to spell words with magnetic letters or letter tiles.

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"Emotions can be defined as a positive or negative experience that is associated with a particular pattern of physiological activity." Emotions produce different physiological, behavioral and cognitive changes. The original role of emotions was to motivate adaptive behaviors that in the past would have contributed to the survival of humans. Emotions are responses to significant internal and external events. [8]

Emotion can be differentiated from a number of similar constructs within the field of affective neuroscience : [15]

In addition, relationships exist between emotions, such as having positive or negative influences, with direct opposites existing. These concepts are described in contrasting and categorization of emotions. Graham differentiates emotions as functional or dysfunctional and argues all functional emotions have benefits. [19]

The classification of emotions has mainly been researched from two fundamental viewpoints. The first viewpoint is that emotions are discrete and fundamentally different constructs while the second viewpoint asserts that emotions can be characterized on a dimensional basis in groupings.

Theories about emotions stretch back to at least as far as the stoics of Ancient Greece and Ancient China. In China, excessive emotion was believed to cause damage to qi , which in turn, damages the vital organs. [28] The four humours theory made popular by Hippocrates contributed to the study of emotion in the same way that it did for medicine.

emotion  WordReferencecom Dictionary of English
emotion WordReferencecom Dictionary of English.
Emotion Word Cards  PreKinders
Emotion Word Cards PreKinders.
Emotion  Wikipedia
Emotion Wikipedia.
Emotion
Emotion.
emotion Meaning in the Cambridge English Dictionary
emotion Meaning in the Cambridge English Dictionary.
Emotion  definition of emotion by The Free Dictionary
Emotion definition of emotion by The Free Dictionary.

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