What exercises / games are included in the “Progress” section?
Do they have the same expression?
In this activity, the learner must identify the facial expressions present on two stimuli offered simultaneously, then understand whether the expressions are identical or not. The answer is “True / False”, represented as icons with the colors green (true) and red (false).
In this activity, 4 stimuli are offered simultaneously, always forming two pairs. The learner must combine the right stimuli in order to form the right pairs.
Look for the same emotion!
In this exercise, a target image / video and two stimuli are presented. The learner must find among the stimuli the one identical to the target image.
Express the same emotion!
A target image is presented in this exercise. The learner is invited, through the rear camera, to imitate the expression / emotion shown on the target image. The validation is done by taking a photo that will later allow a comparison between the target image and the image of the expression / emotion reproduced by the learner.
How is it expressed? (emotions in context)
This exercise presents a target image representing a context, such as a cake, a mountain hike, soap bubbles… Stimuli (static or animated 3D avatars) are presented, expressing different emotions. The learner is invited to select the avatar that represents the appropriate emotion in relation to the context. For example, an instruction might sound like this: “Jules loves cake. How does he feel when he eats cake?” The correct answer in this context is the “Happy” avatar.
What do you do when…? (emotions in context)
In this exercise, a target image is presented representing a context, associated with the emotions from previous activities (a cake, a mountain hike, a child taking another’s toy…). The learner is invited, through the rear camera, to produce the expression / emotion he would express in the situation represented by the context image. The validation is done by taking a photo that will make it possible to compare the context image with the image of the expression / emotion reproduced by the learner.