Lesson series


Part 1, Theory (200 credits)
Course Description: The Empathy course is designed to help primary students understand the importance of empathy and develop their ability to recognize and respond to the emotions of others. Through this course, students will learn how to identify different emotions, express empathy, and communicate effectively. The course will also cover the importance of respecting differences and practicing empathy in real-life scenarios.
Course Goals:
 Develop a deeper understanding of empathy and its importance in personal and social
 Build communication and teamwork skills
 Develop active listening and problem-solving skills
 Promote respect for differences in others
 Practice empathy in real-life scenarios through role-playing and group discussions
Course Structure: The Empathy course is divided into modules that focus on specific aspects of
empathy, including identifying different emotions, understanding the importance of
communication and teamwork, and developing active listening skills. Each module includes
practical activities, discussions, and reflection exercises that will help students practice empathy in real-life scenarios.
Module 1: Introduction to Empathy
 Definition of empathy and why it is important
 Identifying different emotions and how to express empathy
 Understanding and respecting differences in others
Module 2: Communication and Teamwork
 Developing communication and teamwork skills
 Understanding the importance of responsibility and accountability
 Practicing empathy through group projects and presentations
Module 3: Active Listening and Problem-Solving
 Developing active listening skills
 Understanding the value of self-reflection and introspection
 Developing critical thinking and problem-solving skills
Evaluation and Assessment: The Empathy course will use a range of assessment methods, including observation, self-assessment, and formative and summative assessments. Teachers and instructors will evaluate students based on their participation in class activities, written assignments, projects, and reflection exercises. The curriculum will also provide opportunities
for peer feedback and evaluation to foster a sense of collaboration and accountability. Students

will receive regular feedback on their progress and be encouraged to reflect on their learning and personal growth.

Part 2, Self Evaluation + Peer Evaluation (800 credits)
for 8 times, 6 hours/time coaching on the first Saturdays of each month plus self + peer evaluation during the 8 months