A group of children recognise that they have different levels of anger and that their ability to control their anger depends on how angry they are. The children also identify the physical changes that they notice taking place in their bodies when they get angry.
This clip could be used to introduce the different levels of anger and to make pupils reflect on how to control this feeling. Ask the class to write down a list of the things that make them angry at home and at school. Discuss why these make them angry and what happens when they feel like this. Pupils could then write in their books two things that upset them and suggest in what way they could try to avoid becoming 'explosive'. Finally, they could draw how their faces look when they feel furious. What is their reaction to the drawing?