Wheel of Emotions

The “Wheel of Emotions” is based on psychologist Robert Plutchik’s work.  It has 3 different versions: English, English and pinyin, English and hanzi.  English version is editable for other language teachers to use as a template.  An extra editable blank version is provided as well.

Talking about feelings and emotions helps to bring a sense of acceptance and peace to us.  During this turbulent time, let’s be supportive of each other’s emotional needs.

 

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Haiyun

Haiyun

Haiyun has been a Mandarin teacher since 1993. She is also a certified Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction (MBSR) teacher from Brown University. She is passionate about employing Comprehensible Input-based instruction in her classes and implementing mindfulness in education. She was a mindfulness coach for her school’s track and field team and the volleyball team. She has been training and coaching language teachers with “teaching with comprehensible input-based instruction” throughout North America and Asia. She is the co-founder of the Comprehensible Midwest Conference, Learn Together Academy and Ignite Chinese. She is a columnist for Intrepid Ed News. She is a blogger and writer; she has written 16 storybooks in Mandarin. When she is not teaching, she likes to hike, meditate, drink tea with friends, enjoy a good meal with family and play games with her son.

Much like colors can be mixed to create other shades, emotions can be combined to form different feelings.  When emotions and feelings are not acknowledged, what we feel gets escalated.

Talking about feelings and emotions helps to bring a sense of acceptance and peace to us.  During this turbulent time, let’s be supportive of each other’s emotional needs.

This “Wheels of Emotions” is based on psychologist Robert Plutchik’s work.  It has 3 different editable versions: English, English and pinyin, English and hanzi.

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