Lesson 1. Feelings and cells

Lesson by Xavier Joseph

Image map of anĀ animal cell.

Feelings and cells question set

Lesson 2. Feelings and molecules
Lesson by Francisco Perez

Feelings and molecules question set

Lesson 3. Feelings and light
Part 1. Feel the light
Lesson by Pere Navarro Carrascosa, Art teacher

Part 2. Feel the color
Lesson by Pere Navarro Carrascosa, Art teacher

Feelings and light question set

Lesson 4. Feelings and computers

Feelings and computers question set

Enclosed you will find some examples of materials for the new syllabus on FEELINGS
Feelings detector: it uses a constrain local model of a face to detect feelings according to 70 points of the face. Please allow access to your camera device. In the next version it will generate different sentences depending on the feeling detected in your face.

Wind and feelings: in this example there is a connection to an open weather database in order to obtain data from the 9 cities partipating in the project (at the moment you can find Ploiesti data)
Temperature and feelings: Depending on real-time temperature data it is changed the emoticon. It is shown temperature and humidity in Ploiesti.
It is also possible to use these data to learn English language using scaffolding strategies. It means that next version will generate sentences related to feelings from weather real time data in a similar way that is found in autopoetry.
You can find an example of interaction of sound and images using emojis and another example using microphone.
This is a work in progress example of a future speaking puzzle on feelings.
Work in progress using two emoticons with slider colour selection, emoticon mouth movements following microphone and crying animation, etc (tested in Firefox latest version)

Erasmus+ project 2015-2017