Showing our feelings
Read the passage, using the topic sentences to help you find the main idea.
1) Body language is one of the most powerful means of communication.
Why is it often more powerful than spoken language? It is possible to read people around us even if they never speak out.
2) The most universal facial expression is the smile. It’s function is to show happiness and put people at ease. Why do people smile? a. People smile to show happiness and put people at ease. b. Smiles can be false, hiding other feelings like anger, fear or worry.
3) We show unhappiness or anger by frowning. What do we do we do when we show anger? Frowning. Turning one’s back to someone. Making a fist and shaking it. Glaring at someone with burning eyes. make a fist; hold one’s fist; clench one’s fist slam one’s fist on the table
4) Ways to show agreement: Nodding the head up and down.
Putting up the thumb.
Ways to show disagreement:
Shaking the head from side to side.
Waving the index finger from side to side.
5) Feeling bored or interested Looking away.
Turning towards somebody or something.
Looking at somebody. / Fixing one’s eyes on somebody. Leaning forward to hear more clearly.
6) Being respectful to people is subjective. It is better that you stand a little distance and
do not stand too close.
Show you are polite and you are willing to listen. 7) It is great to have some similarities in body language.
1) Body language is one of the most powerful means of communication. 2) The function of smiles is to show happiness and put people at ease. 3) We show unhappiness or anger by frowning. 4) Ways to show agreement. 5) Feeling bored or interested. 6) Being respectful to people is subjective.
Assignments: P 63 Ex 1, 2, 3.
Ex 3 做在作业本上。
P 64 Ex 1, 2, 3