Mga Damdamin (2018)

If you’re teaching students how to tell what a person is feeling, this post might help you. Using the Male Cartoon Avatar Creator by Shark&Croc co., I created a set of male faces showing 16 different emotions (listed below). Labels for each emotion are provided in Filipino and in English. Students may be asked to place the correct label under the face showing that emotion. 

  1. calm (kalmado)
  2. contented/satisfied (kontento)
  3. happy (saya/masaya)
  4. joyful (tuwa/natutuwa)
  5. sad (lungkot/malungkot)
  6. scared (takot/natatakot)
  7. angry (galit)
  8. surprised (gulat)
  9. excited (sabik)
  10. doubt/doubtful (duda/nagdududa)
  11. tired (pagod)
  12. sleepy (antok/inaantok)
  13. nervous (kaba/kinakabahan)
  14. hurt (sakit/nasasaktan)
  15. annoyed (inis/naiinis)
  16. shy (hiya/nahihiya)


If you have downloaded the file or files, it is assumed that you have agreed to the Terms of Use stated in the PDF file. These files are for personal, home, and multi-classroom use. You may not use them for profit. You may not upload them in any other website like Scribd or electronically share the files with others.

Click the link below to open the PDF file in another tab. Once it’s open, place your cursor on a page, right-click and select Save as.

The PDF file below has the illustrations without labels below the faces. The labels are provided in separate pages.

Mga Damdamin-2018

The PDF file below has the illustrations with labels (Filipino or English) below the faces (samples shown above).

Mga Damdamin-2018 with labels

Sorry, I don’t have a female version of the files.

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How do you feel today? (Filipino version)

This post is dedicated to Liza and Shelah, two teachers in Sweden.  Hej!

The 2-page pdf file below provides two charts that allow the student to choose how she or he feels today. All illustrations are by samutsamot_mom. You may distribute these charts to your students and children, but please do not do so for profit.

The first page shows a chart asking “Ano ang nararamdaman mo ngayon?” A thumbnail is shown below.

Feelings_1

The second page  shows a chart asking “How do you feel today?” A thumbnail is shown below.

Feelings_2

Click on either thumbnail above to open the pdf file.

I was unsure on how to translate the question to Filipino. I could not use “Ano ang pakiramdam mo ngayon?” because the word pakiramdam refers to how one feels physically.

If you have a better Filipino translation for the question “How do you feel today?”, please leave a comment. If you would like to suggest better descriptions of what I wrote on the charts, please leave a comment. If you would like to add more emotions (emotions you think your students may be feeling), you know what to do.