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How Do You Feel Today?

Overview

In this lesson pupils will read about Mitali and his concerns for his friend Anna, who appears to be withdrawn and unhappy. Pupils will consider what can make people feel unhappy and how they can spot when their friends are feeling low. Pupils will identify trusted adults in their lives who can support them and look at the language of emotions so that they can better express how they are feeling.
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