Japanese Teaching Topic - FEELINGS
Teaching ideas, art and craft, flashcards, games, lesson plans, songs, videos, useful websites, worksheets on the Japanese teaching topic FEELINGS kimochi 気持ち きもち.
Activities in class
Puppets - ogenki desu ka.
Students create a paper puppet to help them answer the question "How are you" in Japanese. ie. When asked "o genki desu ka", students can move their puppets and answer "hai, genki desu" (smile) or "maamaa genki desu" (straight line).
How to: Students take 2 doll templates and on one put a smile as the mouth, and the other draw a straight line as the mouth. Colour the same, cut out. Attach a pop stick to the back of one, then glue the other on the back to make a double sided puppet.
Donated by N Barber
How are you feeling?
Are you hungry? Are you thirsty? Are you okay? Listen to a woman ask a girl how she is feeling. Listen to what the girl says, then click or drag the correct thought bubble.
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List of common feelings in Japanese.
Donated by S Buck.
Worksheet where students listen to their teacher describe the feelings of various people. Students are also asked to match the smiley face characters to the appropriate feeling in Japanese.
Donated by M Broso