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Body Language Territory Intimate Touching 6-18” Personal Close -1½ to 2½ feet Far - 2½ to 4 ½ feet Social Close 4-7 feet Far - 7-12 feet Public Close - 12-25 feet Far - 25 feet or greater Different Cultures ...
Body Language Any non-verbal communication. Includes facial expression, posture, hand position and gestures, and stance. Nature or nurture? How well can we “read” body language?
BODY LANGUAGE First-Impression Basics BODY LANGUAGE Making a sale requires effective communication with the prospect; not just the use of words but total body presence.
Body Language Non-Verbal Communication What people are saying (ie. the words they speak) and what they are really saying (their intentions, emotions, hidden agenda's etc.) can be very different; Some people lie.
Effective Presentations Effective Presenters Body language Gestures Eye contact Voice Filler words Body Language Rapid eye blinking Dilated pupils “Steepling” fingers Clenching fists Folding arms Body Language Hands touching mouth or nose Raising eyebrow Tilting head forward Leaning away ...
Body language does not lie; it reveals the real us. The Handshakes Ingredients of a Good Handshake Make eye contact and smile. Hold the person's hand firmly. Shake web-to-web, three times maximum. Maintain constant eye contact.
BODY LANGUAGE What is Body Language? Body Language is the communication of personal feelings, emotions , attitudes, thoughts through body movements -gestures, postures , facial expressions, walking styles, positions & distance - either consciously or involuntarily i.e. its not only your tongue ...
Body Language in Politics By Pam Andes Campaign 2008 Professor Moran Image is Important “Seeing comes before words. The child looks and recognizes before it can speak.”
ENGR 301 Head nod – I understand Rolling eyes – I do not believe you Rubbing something – suspicion or rejection Stroking the chin – evaluating, I am thinking of what you said Clearing throat – nervous Pushing forward – serious Hands open and palms up – helplessness One hand above ...
Action Research Teacher as a Researcher ILLUSTRATION Manoj Kumar Dash DEP-SSA, IGNOU New Delhi 110 068 [email protected] 0-9971728220 Problem: Poor performance of a group of children in class V in spelling & pronunciation skills in English) Illustration Title ...
The Importance of Body Language in Tutoring (M. Patrizia Ferrari) “Body language is a very powerful tool. We had body language before we had speech, and apparently, 80% of what you understand in a conversation is read through the body, not the words.” (Deborah Bull)
Beyond Words . . . Understanding and Interpreting Body Language Introduction Humans pride themselves on their seemingly unique ability to verbalize feelings and ideas.
Body Language and Psychology Learning how to read people.
Body Language in Confrontational Situations Adapted from a Doctoral Dissertation Research Project Bachem Baruchbar (M.S. Communications) INIS Margott Heinz-Chaffe (M.S. Clinical Psychology) FBI Ret.
Understanding Body Language * Body Language Make a group of 4 As a group, for the following images of couples, analyze what message you believe is being communicated and WHY??
BODY SPEAKS: THE IMPORTANCE OF BODY LANGUAGE 2005 NACADA National Conference Kris Rugsaken Ball State university Muncie, Indiana
Body language True or false? Body language is largely instinctive, thus difficult to change. While delivering a speech, you shouldn’t look at people individually; look at something that is behind them to „take all of them in” at the same time.
Body Language… the good, the bad, and the give aways…
Body Language and Performance Psychology Learning how to read people and perform better. What unconscious action happens when someone views something they like?
Lesson Objective: To learn and understand different types of body language BODY LANGUAGE BODY LANGUAGE Albert Meridian established this classic statistic for the effectiveness of spoken communications: 7% of meaning is in the words that are spoken.
BODY LANGUAGE by Don L. F. Nilsen and Alleen Pace Nilsen * * * * * * * * * AMERICAN SIGN LANGUAGE Contrast sign language and finger spelling. Iconic Sign Language: Male-Female, Past-Future, Hand shape, location, movement, palm orientation, finger spelling * FACE Frown Giggle Grimace Grin Guffaw ...
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BODY SPEAKS: THE IMPORTANCE OF BODY LANGUAGE The academic presentation given by Steve and Blair from A2 1 How Does Body Speak?
Body language is a visual language and we use the same modality to encode in our “thinking” brain with its interoperation. The three interrelated brain networks involved in emotional body language/ Beatrice de Gelder, NATURE REVIEWS ...
小组成员 崔春梅 刘米兰 刘昕 熊天石 徐雯 史倩倩 王芳 Body Language and Nonverbal Communication The definition and introduction of gesture The type of gesture Different gestures in different countries A gesture is a form of non-verbal communication made with a part of the ...
Body Language in Daily Use Unit Eight Contents Warming-up Discussion Background Information Key Language Points Explanation to some difficult sentences Warming-up Discussion 1.Do you know any gestures commonly used in the Chinese culture?
BODY LANGUAGE . . THE LANGUAGE EVERY BODY SPEAKS.. * Body language is the non-verbal movements, we make as a part of how we communicate, from waving hands to involuntary twitching of facial muscles..
L3 - How we use body language? Unit 1 – Making sense of other people. Topic 2 – Non verbal communication.
Use body language analysis to inform your decisions as a family member, a voter, an employee. Be aware of the messages that your body language is sending in your interpersonal, business, group communication and public speaking situations.
BODY LANGUAGE LESSON OBJECTIVES: TO LEARN AND UNDERSTAND TYPES OF BODY LANGUAGE AND COMMUNICATION SKILLS Body Language Body language is a broad term for forms of communication using body movements or gestures instead of, or in addition to, sounds, verbal language, or other forms of communication.
body language * be aware of moves which may be perceived as preening or even provocative. body language how do you greet someone? eye contact grip posture know when your body language is harassing.
THE BODY LANGUAGE Presentation made by: Gintarė Turskytė PSbd07 – 2 2007 INTRODUCTION Introduction Basic knowledge Body Movements: Emblems Illustrations Affect displays Regulators Adaptors Conclusion Body is a powerful instrument in our speech.
Reading Feline Body Language Rolan Tripp, DVM Purring Contentment May occur when in pain or just before dying = “Seeking companionship” Feline Greeting Postures Many cats roll to greet Exposing vulnerable belly is a sign of trust Tail straight up is “willing to interact”.
The Power of Non-Verbal Communication (Body Language) Tonya Reiman Amor Kok Counselor Exceptional Children’s Services August 7th, 2009 Communicating Effectively in Difficult Situations
Title: Chapter 1 The Human Body: The Language of Anatomy Created Date: 8/16/2006 11:52:41 PM Document presentation format: On-screen Show Other titles
Business Communication Non verbal Communication and use of body language Communication in general is process of sending and receiving messages that enables humans to share knowledge, attitudes, and skills.
The Definitive Book of Body Language. New York, NY. Bantam Dell, 2004. Rodriguez, Larry, M.S. www.learnbodylanguage.org. Sifianou, Maria. Politeness Phenomena in England & Greece-A Cross Cultural Perspective. Oxford University Press, 1999 Web MD.
Skill 2: Setting Limits with Body Language Proper Breathing – always remain calm, take two deep breaths before reacting Eye Contact – pause discussion, turn to face child, and look directly in the eyes Physical Proximity ...
Unit 4 Body Language Body Language Warming-up surprised Good! Bad! Come here! I don’t know! Japan B) angry D) evil (邪恶) C) I hate you A) happy France A) I don’t believe you.
Lecture 3 Intercultural Communication and Body Language Lecture Plan What is communication and intercultural communication? Nonverbal communication Gestures used in different cultures and their meaning.
WORK-BASED LEARNING VIRTUAL CAMPUS BODY LANGUAGE: WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT NON -VERBAL COMMUNICATION * * * * * * * Discover the meaning of body language.
Breaking Down the Barriers Module 6: Intercultural Communication Presentation * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * Section 1: The impact of body language and ways of speaking and listening Module 5 has looked at how to communicate across a language barrier.
Your body language The tone and the pace of your voice. Nonverbal Communication II We know the importance of “first impression” But first impressions happen everytime we initiate the communication.
Culture Focus on Brazil Aspects of Culture Food Sports Coffee Manners Body Language Food of Brazil http://www.brazilbrazil.com/feijoada.html Pick out a favorite food that is in the recipe.
Technology in Organisations How are technological components used together in systems? All images drawn by Christopher Ashwood What are the key components of technology systems?
BODY LANGUAGE AROUND THE WORLD Author: Kris T Rugsaken Last modified by: emu Created Date: 12/7/2001 9:22:39 PM Document presentation format: On-screen Show Company: Ball State University Other titles:
Submissive people Body Language Avoids eye contact Stooped posture Speaks quietly Fidgets Verbal Language “I’m sorry” “It’s all my fault” “Oh dear” Assertive People Body language Stands straight Appears composed Smiles Maintains eye contact Verbal language “Let’s ...
Research shows that about 70% of our communication is nonverbal. Non-verbal - невербальный Objectives: to be able to understand some non-verbal means of communication; to try to analyse your own behaviour; to think about how to build your own confidence.
Smoking Cessation in the Workplace Presented By: AssistNOW The Employee Assistance Program Division of Recovery Resources All materials associated with AssistNOW presentations are proprietary information and as such cannot be copied, duplicated or distributed without express written consent from ...
Body Language Definition Body language is the language transmitted by gestures and postures Some notions of body language Is an important and decisive factor when transmitting a message Provides information about an individual’s character, emotions, and reactions Territorial needs Everyone has ...