I can control my feelings when I am learning.

 

I can do this

I want to learn this

This isn't important for me

I am aware of my feelings when learning and/or can reflect on them.

     

I can recognise particular feelings that spur me on when I’m learning (for example, the feeling of satisfaction that stems from success).

     

I can recognise that certain feelings can hinder me from (effectively) completing a task (for example, boredom, fear of speaking in front of others, or emotional blocks).

     

I can control negative feelings when I am learning and can sometimes turn them into something positive.

     

I can motivate myself to speak the language I am learning, even when I am nervous about it or worried about making mistakes.

     

I can talk about my feelings when necessary (for example, with a fellow student or with a learning advisor).

     

For further descriptors see monitoring and cooperating.

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