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Transcript: Thinks they are stupid. favorites: none overall makes society very lazy indifferent what is emoji?: Thinks they are awesome. favorites:hearts, heart eyes, trap house overall indifferent stupid Person age: 41 emoji e·mo·ji /ēˈmōjē/ noun a small digital image or icon used to express an idea, emotion, etc., in electronic communication. "emoji liven up your text messages with tiny smiley faces" person age: 15 Thinks they are stupid. favorites: none overall stupid does not care person age: 45 Thinks they are amazing. favorites: all overall totes tastic yas bring it! Is indifferent favorites: none overall stupid stupid This could be the future of the emoji and our language in general! Thinks they are cute. favorites: middle finger overall makes society very lazy stupid person age: 44 person age: 12 The origins of the emoji Different ways that emojis are taking over! Emojis can have many different meanings Originally meaning pictograph, the word emoji comes from Japanese e (絵, "picture") + moji (文字, "character"). The resemblance to the English words emotion and emoticon is purely coincidental. can mean:laughing to hard or you are nervous. can mean: that you are cold, brain freeze, or that you are frozen in place from fear can mean: that you are sick or someone is sick or you said something that you did not mean to say Emoji Thinks they are nice to put a smile on someones face. Favorites: smiles, hearts, hearts with eyes, kisses overall indifferent better for younger generation person age: 19 resources person age: 67


Transcript: Emojiz Product Stuffed emojiz that have a tag with a code on it that you put into the app There are collections/sets for example the christmas set is limited to buy only at christmas time Partnered with the "Emoji Movie" Product The App App The app is free to download Must have at least one emojiz to get an account Emojiz unlock different games in the app You earn coins from games In app purchases of coins will be available can search for friends and play games against them In App Games In App Games Shop is available when you make an account to buy coins, clothing and house decor Different Emojiz unlock different games Competiton feature to play games against friends Rules and Instructions Rules and Instructions Rules: 1. Only allowed to use the code once 2. No coarse language while on the app (will also be monitored) 3. Each individual game will have different rules and instructions provided in the app Instructions: 1. Buy an Emojiz 2. Download the app 3. Enter code into app 4. Keep collecting and unlocking games in Emojiz World The Target Market Children, boys and girls Ages 6-10 All ethnicities Have access to an iPad Parents have a medium to high income Medium size family, one or two siblings Live in Canada to start Target Market Success of Webkinz Emoji Movie Create awareness New game Advancements in the game Why will people buy emojis? Why Customers Will Buy Invention or Innovation Invention or Innovation This is an innovation because Emojies and Webkinz already exist and we are expanding that by creating an app and stuffed animals similar to Webkinz but using Emojies. Other Details Details Price is $15 per emojiz, limited time emojiz costs $20 Emojiz will be sold at toy stores If you buy a digital download of the "Emoji Movie" you will be entered into a draw to win Emojiz With possible sequels to the Emoji Movie, we could add more Emojiz to the collection Pictures Pictures Advertisments Advertisment This advertisment will be shown before the Emoji Movie on digital downloads and Youtube when watching the trailer or clips of the movie

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Transcript: Focuses on how the child learns to identify their own emotions, learns how to express their emotions, and learns how to regulate their own emotions. cognitive processing positive/ negative emotional development Temperament emotions are innate With age, children start to control their emotions and learn what are and are not controllable situations Emotional regulation is fundamental to successfully participating in the social environment. Focus Rules/Guidelines of the Game Special needs classrooms : Sensitive Period for (SEL) Autism Spectrum Disorders Down Syndrome Autism Spectrum Disorders Emotional Development Social Deficits in Down Syndrome Lack "Social Radar" Wanting to be social Emotional Deficits in Down Syndrome Impaired Comprehension of Emotions Impaired communication of emotions Impaired emotional regulation Source: Emotional Development Social Development Association 1. 3-7 players at a time. 2. One person per triangle. 3. Teacher randomly picks first spinner. 4. Whoever the spinner is will not know the emotion in the space that is landed on. 5. The person in that space will act out the emotion to the spinner, who will then act out the reaction they should have to the point taker in order to receive the point. 6. If it is correctly acted out then the child gets to spin again. 7. If child is wrong the next spinner is the child in the space the arrow landed on. 8. First person to 10 points win. Positive reinforcement: point/ prize Negative reinforcement: lose turn Emoji: The Emotion Game...for Kids! Source: Target Social Development Down Syndrome Learning how to react and get along with other children. Starts with watching parents and close family friends Learn from being around peers the most. Social Intelligence : “ability to notice and make distinctions among other individuals and, in particular, among their moods, temperaments, motivations, and intentions” Social Competence : (1) affective processes (including empathy, valuing relationships, and sense of belonging), (2) cognitive processes (including cognitive ability, perspective taking, and making moral judgments), (3) social skills (including making eye contact, using appropriate language, and asking appropriate questions) Social Development is a lot of trial and error. Emotional Deficits in ASDs Difficulty understanding others’ emotions as well as their own Social deficits in ASDs To other children, they may seem self absorbed Avoid major changes Asperger's Syndrome Extremely important to form social/emotional bonds

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