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CLIP 714

How do children cope with feeling angry?

How do children cope with feeling angry?
Key Info
  • How do children cope with feeling angry?
  • Duration: 01:56
  • A group of children describe what they do when they feel angry and how these strategies help them to calm down. Some of the children are able to describe how their anger feels. A role play illustrates that there are alternatives to letting anger take over. A 'traffic lights' system can help to think through angry moments.
  • Subject:



    Relationships: Feelings

  • Keywords: angry, irritated, cross, exploding, calm, anger management, Emotional Literacy
Ideas for use in class
  • Could be used in PSHE to promote discussion about anger and how individuals can handle their anger. The clip might also be helpful for teachers working with individuals or small groups of children on anger management programmes.
Background details
  • Clip language : English
  • Aspect ratio : 16x9

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