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Welcome To my lesson 南城二中：彭云仙
speaking ringing writing typing Spoken language Written language Body language Ways of communicating welcome gesturing
Facial expression anger fear joy sorrow contempt 轻视 surprise disgust 厌恶
Topic sentence of each paragraph Para 1: Para 2: Para 3: Para 4: Para 5: Both words and body language can express our thoughts and opinions Just like spoken language,body language varies from culture to culture The way people greet each other varies form culture to culture Some gestures, however, seem to be universal The smile is the best example of universally understood body language
words body language express thoughts opinions feelings listening self-assured shouting
same gesture, different interpretations eye contact OK thumbs up “crazy” gesture show interest [usually] be rude or disrespectful money [Japan] zero [France] rudeness [Brazil,Germany] great / good job[USA] rude [Nigeria] the number one[Germany,Japan] crazy [USA] your phone call[Brazil]
handshake babykiss hug shake nod bow kiss your hand to sb.
universal gestures I am tired I am full I am hungry press palms/rest your head on it/ eyes closed move hand in circle pat stomach
smile get through difficult situations find friends open doors tear down walls express any emotion apologise greet someone ask for help start a conversation make ourselves feel happier and stronger when smiling in the mirror don’t feel down and lonely when seeing a smiling face of a good friend is a bridge to the world
Para 1 Para 2 Para 3 Para4 Para5 summary Introduction to body language Different interpretations of same gesture Different gestures to communicate the same idea Some universal gestures Smiling can be accepted anywhere in the world Body language in different parts of the world Some universal gestures
Discussion 2. Can you guess what someone is thinking or feeling by looking at his or her body language? 1. Do people who live in different parts of China use different body language? ANSWERS: 2. YES:A person’s body language can tell us what he or she is feeling.eg,if some is nervous, his hands may shake.If a person smiles but his eyes don’t look happy,we can guess there is something wrong. NO:It is difficult to tell what a person is thinking by looking at his body language.Because people use body language in different ways and gestures may have different meanings in different areas.People don’t always think about their body language,so we may misunderstand them sometimes.And it is also possible for people to learn to use body language to hide what they are really feeling or thinking.
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! Hanging your head! Holding up your head! A smile and a handshake!
animals’ body language What’s this? I’m tired!
speaking or kissing
moving the index finger in a circle in front of the ear a phone call “crazy”gesture