On September, our First English students talked about emotions at Human Development classes, and they made special mention of madness. In order to show them how everyone has a different way to express their feelings, they made their own mad monster. That way they realised that it looks totally different in everyone. They reflected on when that monster appeared, meaning to identify what are the things that make them angry. Once they recognized that, they had to think about which actions were the ones they could do to control their madness, and for that, they did a
roulette of 8 actions to work on when they had to control that. The importance of knowing, identifying and finding solutions to their emotions it’s really important in this age. The students learned a lot and had a lot of fun while doing that.