Students Can Control Their Emotions

Saba Harati, Nasrin Arian Parsa

Abstract


As emotional intelligence contributes extensively in people’s lives, it can also find some significance in language teaching. From this perspective, it is inevitable for teachers to know how to improve students’ emotional intelligence. This paper made an effort to provide procedures to develop emotional intelligence. Although success has various definitions from one theory to other, in this presented theory—emotional intelligence— success will be achieved when students can control their emotions. This paper attempts to mark a common perception of behaviors that the teachers can employ to enhance students ‘control over their emotions. 


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