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Body Language Warming up & Listening
What kinds of emotions/feelings of human beings can you think of ? emotion happy sad angryconfused tired puzzled hateful excited frightened embarrassed depressed uneasy thrilled confident delighted curious Warming-up
speaking ringing writing typing Spoken language Written language Body language Ways of communication
How do people express the feeling of happiness?
If you’re happy and you know it, clap your hands; If you’re happy and you know it, clap your hands; If you’re happy and you know it, then you really want to show it; If you’re happy and you know it, clap your hands ! Stamp your feet ! Shout Hooray ! Do all three !
Warming-up Body language gestures postures/body movement facial expressions
Match each picture with the correct emotion and the correct sentence.
confused “ I don’t know what to do.” ① -confused-E Match each picture with the correct emotion and the correct sentence.
“ I can’t believe she said that! That is so unfair!” Match each picture with the correct emotion and the correct sentence. angry ② -angry-B
“ I’ve lost my wallet!” Match each picture with the correct emotion and the correct sentence. sad ③ -sad-A
“ I got an A in maths !” Match each picture with the correct emotion and the correct sentence. happy ④ -happy-C
“ It’s been a long day. I can’t keep my eyes open !” Match each picture with the correct emotion and the correct sentence. tired ⑤ -tired-D
Match each picture with the correct emotion and the correct sentence. ① -confused-E ② -angry-B ③ -sad-A ④ -happy-C ⑤ -tired-D
Facial expression anger fear joy sorrow contempt 轻视 surprise disgust 厌恶
What do these gestures mean? Ok / Zerostop hush good
Some postures Body movement
Be in trouble a distance look stomachache yawn worn out shy or embarrassed vagarious Unintentionally ( 无意识地 )
salute bow welcome Pat your shoulder Intentionally ( 有意地 )
Thumbs up! Thumbs down! Bite your nails! Cup your ear! Kiss your hand to sb. Make a face! Keeping your fingers crossed! Touching your stomach! Do it!
listening 1 Listen to the tape and choose the best answer to the following questions. Part 1 1 What is the correct answer to the question asked on the tape? ABCD 2 Tom was probably ________ the party. A enjoying B not enjoying C leaving D not leaving 3The customer said “ I don’t want to talk” by _________. A avoiding eye contact B lifting her hand C covering her mouth D frowning √ B A
You are enjoying something. You are not enjoying something. You like someone. You want to leave because you are in a hurry. You are interested in what someone is saying. You are not interested. You disagree with what someone is saying. You would like to talk to talk to someone. listening 2 How can you use body language to communicate the following ideas?
Smiling, hugging oneself, leaning one’s head to one’s side, lowering with one’s eyes, leaning forward or closer Liking someone Smiling, opening eyes wide, rocking one’s head from side to side Enjoying sth Yawing, sighing, complaining, frowning, looking away Not enjoying sth Sighing, biting down with one’s teeth, not standing still, tapping one’s toes on the floor, looking toward the door In a hurry
Raising one’s hand to be called on, trying to speak up, waving one’s arms over one’s head to get attention, jumping up and down, shaping one’s mouth in a big O. Wanting to talk to others Staring a lot, putting a hand to your chin as in thought, lean forward, opening eyes wide, shaping your month with a big O, responding with the same expressions as the person who you’re listening to. Interested in sth Same as not enjoyingNot interested Looking away, putting one’s head down into one’s arms, talking to one’s self, whistling, frowning, folding one’s arm Disagreement
Period 2 Listening (WB) & Speaking Step 1 Listening (WB) Step 2 Pre-speaking Step 3 Speaking 1. Language Input 2. Practice Step 4 Useful Expressions --- Making offers/requests and responses
Ways of making offers or requests Ways of replying to others' offers or requests Acceptance Refuse 1. Can/Could/Shall I help you? 2. Would you like me to …? 3. Is there anything (else) I can do for you? 4. Do you want me to …? 5. What (else) can I do for you? 6. Let me do/carry/help … (for you)? 7. Would you like some …? 8. Do you need some help with …? 1. Thanks. That would be nice / fine. 2. That’s very kind of you. 3. Thank you for your help. 4. Yes, please. 5. Here, take this /my… 1. No, thanks / thank you. I can manage it myself. 2. Thank you all the same. 3. That’s very kind of you, but…. 1. Could you please …? 2. Could you give me a hand with …? 3. Could you help me with … ? 1. With pleasure. 2. Yes, of course. 1. I’m sorry, but… 2. I’d like to …, but ….
Charlie Chaplin on the stage The Statue of Liberty
1.help you with homework 2.help you with cooking a meal 3.show you how to use the typewriter 4.go and buy some medicine 5.do the shopping 6.show you to the dining room Work in pairs and offer to do the following things for each other. Step 5 Making up dialogues Step 6 Post-speaking If time permits, get students to finish the task of talking in the workbook.