• Compassion
  • MNWeG
  • 26.09.2023
  • English
  • R (Regelstandard), E (Expertenstandard)
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Watch the ani­ma­ti­on about
'Where Does Com­pas­si­on Re­al­ly Come From?'



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True or false? Tick the cor­rect state­ment.
true
false
When he went into the store he no­ti­ced that she had a be­au­ti­ful voice.
The two fri­ends went into the store together.
Com­pas­si­on can be learnt.
The best is to not pay at­ten­ti­on to others.

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All ne­cessa­ry vo­ca­bu­la­ry
can be found on Quiz­let



Com­pas­si­on

Com­pas­si­on means to re­co­gni­ze the suf­fe­ring of another and then take ac­tion to help. It means you care about others, treat them with kind­ness and feel a strong de­si­re to help peo­ple in need.



Sym­pa­thy means you can un­der­stand what the per­son is fee­ling.



Em­pa­thy means you feel what the other per­son is fee­ling.



Whe­ne­ver you do or say so­me­thing think about 'how would I feel?'

1
Which state­ment is cor­rect and which is in­cor­rect? Tick the state­ments.
cor­rect
in­cor­rect
Never think about what you do or say.
Sym­pa­thy means to feel the other per­son's fee­ling.
Hel­ping is a form of com­pas­si­on.
Only help peo­ple you know.
2
An­s­wer the fol­lo­wing ques­ti­ons in Ger­man.

  • Was be­deu­tet Mit­ge­fühl?







  • Nenne drei Dinge, die mit­füh­lend sind.







  • Was be­deu­tet Sym­pa­thie?
3
An­s­wer the ques­ti­on in Ger­man.

  • What could you do to make others feel good ?

Watch this ani­ma­ti­on about
'Com­pas­si­on & Gra­ti­tu­de:
Lo­ving Kind­ness Mind­ful­ness'



1
What can you see outside in a park?

2
Can you feel your belly moving ...

3
Which state­ments are cor­rect and which are in­cor­rect?
cor­rect
in­cor­rect
You can ex­tend your hands out like bran­ches of a flower.
The me­di­ta­ti­on is most­ly about breathing.
The video shows us how to work bet­ter.
The me­di­ta­ti­on is hel­ping us to take our minds off to relax and feel good.
4
List the body parts men­tio­ned in the me­di­ta­ti­on.

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