Unit 4 Body language
If you are happy
?Listen to the song and see how many parts of body are used to show their 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 never be afraid to show it If you're happy and you know it clap your ________ hands If you're happy and you know it stomp your ______ feet If you're happy and you know it stomp your______ feet If you're happy and you know it Never be afraid to show it feet If you're happy and you know it stomp your ______ eyes If you're happy and you know it wink your______ eyes If you're happy and you know it wink your ______ If you're happy and you know it never be afraid to show it If you're happy and you know it wink your eyes _____
What is Body Language?
What are they communicating?
The mother is trying to quiet her crying child.
He is thinking deeply.
She is feeling ill .
The policeman is telling cars to go.
What is Body Language?
One form of communication without speaking , such as gestures , facial expressions , and Postures .
Words preview represent vt. 代表; 象征
association n. 社团; 联系; 联想
dormitory n. 宿舍
canteen n. 食堂
flight n. 飞行; 航班 curious adj. 好奇的
Words preview curiously adv. 好奇地 Colombia n. 哥伦比亚 approach vt. & vi. 接近; 靠近; 走近 n. 接近; 方法; 途径 cheek n. 面颊 defend vt. 保护; 保卫 defence n. 防御; 保卫
major misunderstand misunderstanding Jordan dash adult adj. 主要的 vt. 误解; 误会 n. 误解; 误会 n. 约旦 vi. 猛冲; 突进 n. 成人; 成年人 adj. 成人的; 成熟的
spoken adj. 口语的 unspoken adj. 未说出口的; 非口语的 Spain n. 西班牙 Italy n. 意大利 likely adj. 可能的 crossroad n. 十字路口
defend against 保卫……以免 be likely to 受 很可能……; in general 有希望…… 总的来说; 通常
America OK Japan France Brazil Germany money zero rude
USA “great”or “good job” Nigeria Germany one rude
Choose the right gesture for a Chinese or an American. Come here!
What do people in different countries usually do when meeting?
China, Britain: handshake
Some western countries: hug
Russia, France: kiss
George Cook (Canada)
a Japanese Julia Smith (Britain)
Mr. Garcia (Columbia)
Match the main idea of each part with lines. Part 1. Different people have different (Para.1) body language.
Part 2. (Para. 2~3) Part 3. (Para. 4) Part 4. (Para. 5) Summary of body language. Meet the visitors at the airport. People from different countries express greetings in different ways.
Part 2: Find out the two mistakes the writer found in the airport:
He approaches Ms Smith Mr. Garcia by touching _______ ______ her from The _________ _______ shoulder and kissing (Columbia ) first her on the ________. cheek mistake She ______ stepped ________ back Julia Smith appearing surprised _________ from and take a few steps (Britain) away from _______ ______ Mr. Garcia.
a Japanese The second mistake
George Cook from (Canada)
He ________ bowed to Mr. Cook and his nose touched Mr. _________ moving Cook’s _______ ________. hand He ________ reached his hand ________ _______ ________ to the out Japanese.
Matching the people and their different Part 3 ways of greeting (para2&5)
Mr Garcia (Columbia) Julia Smith (Britain) Visitor (Japan)
1.shakes hands and kisses others twice on each cheek 2.bows 3.shakes hands 4.approaches others closely and touches their shoulder and kisses them on the cheek 5.does not stand very close to others or touch strangers
George Cook (Canada) Madame Coulon (France)
Reading Comprehension II True or false 1. Englishmen often stand close to others or touch strangers as soon as they meet. 2. Most people around the world now greet each other by kissing. 3. Japanese will bow to others as greeting. 4. Some body languages in some countries are good while some countries’ body language are bad. 5. People from Jordan will move very close to you as you introduce yourself to them.
Retell the text by filling in the following blanks.
Another student and I went to the Capital International Airport to ______ meet some ___________ students from many parts of international the world. I saw these students from different countries expressing _________ greetings in different ways. These are examples of learned or cultural “_____ body ________”. language Not all cultures _____ greet each other the _____ same way,
nor are they comfortable in the same way with touching or _________ distance between people. In the same way that people ____________ communicate with spoken language, they also _______ express their feelings using unspoken “language” through ________ physical distance, actions or ________. posture In a word, body language differs in different ________ cultures and is widely used in ______________. communication
Reading Comprehension I Which is the main idea of the text? A. There are different customs in different countries. B. Foreigners should follow the customs of the country where they are visiting. C. People use body movements to send messages and different body movements have different meanings. D. The importance of knowing customs.