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  • Alert To Students Body Language Messages
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    What is Body Language? Definition: Body Language is communication through gestures or attitudes. Why is it important for teachers to know and use? Most people remember more of what they see than what they hear. We retain vivid images of facial expressions and body behavior. Body language usually dose not lie. We can build trust with our students by showing them that our actions will be in sync with our words. Alert teachers watch their students' movements, actions, and emotions and use what they...
  • Different Cultures Use Gestures And Body Language
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    Gestures The DO's and TABOOs of Body Language Around the World Axtell, Roger E. Gestures: The DO's and TABOOS of Body Language Around the World. Jon Wiley & Sons, Inc, 1998 - Rev. and expanded edition. Over the past decade the author has been presenting seminars, speeches and workshops around the United States on the subject of international behavior. This book is the result of accumulation of more than ten years of research on the subject and it includes research on his travels to England, Germ...
  • Rich's Emphasis On Confession And The Body
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    "What I know, I know through making poems" Passion, Politics and the Body in the Poetry of Adrienne Rich Liz Yorke, Nottingham Trent University, England This paper is largely extracted from my book Adrienne Rich, which is to be published by Sage in October this year... What I have tried to do for the paper is to track one thread explored by the book, which I feel runs through the whole span of Rich's thought, a thread which links desire, passion, and the body - to politics, to activism, and to t...
  • Communication Through Body Language
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    Body Language In most areas around the world, English and Latin are known as the universal languages. There is one language that most people forget, body language. Most body gestures are understandable to people all over the world. For example, most people realize that when a person has their arms crossed they are not very open to what another person has to say. Body language itself is great to analyze as a correspondent of written / spoken language because the roots of a gesture are often much ...
  • O Indicates Interest In The Other Perso
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    If the eyes are the windows of the soul, then the body is the mirror of our feelings. If we are feeling great it shows in how we hold and use our body. Conversely, if we look at someone else's body we can often tell how they are feeling by the signals their body is giving. So when it comes to dating, using / reading body language signals is a great tool. You can observe this by watching a couple flirting with each other. In case you don't think learning how to read and use body language is not i...
  • More Languages
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    Our eyes met across the crowded lawn and instantly the dark clouds parted sending rays of light over his hard chiseled body. His steel arms, charcoal hair, and stealth waist made my knees buckle beneath me. All other sounds ceased and a peaceful melody played inside my soul as we slowly began to make our way toward one another. The unspeakable power of his eagle eyes cut into the dark depths of my soul. The tender touch between us sent shards of electricity through my receptive body. A jolt of e...
  • 55 Percent Body Language Including Hand Gestures
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    Audiences tend to hear with their eyes. So when communicating in public, what your body says silently can mean the difference between successfully delivering your message and failing to make an impact. The total impact you make during a presentation will many times depend more on how you express yourself, than on what you actually say. An audience will naturally decode your message by interpreting it through tone, voice and body language. Surprisingly, studies indicate that the total impact of a...
  • Ariel To Human
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    The children's classic, The Little Mermaid, as portrayed by Walt Disney Studios is wrought with feminist ic stereotyping and chauvinistic ideas. Even in animation, there are those that not only strive to push the limits of decency, but also sway the minds of the innocent viewer in the direction of their way of thinking. In watching the animated film in its entirety, the evidence is clear. The opening sequence begins with the playful world of the sea creatures, and rapidly shifts to a contrasting...
  • Movements Of The Body Parts
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    Emotions and thoughts can be expressed non-verbally without using any words. Quintilian and Delsarte talk about the importance of the body language in communication. Their description of gestures involve both daily life and theatrical movement that makes the usage of words unnecessary. While Delsarte claims that movement itself is divided into classifications in terms of the relationship among the body parts, Quintilian considers the significance of the individual body parts as movement. As a re...
  • Body Language Kinesics Communication Paralanguage
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    Use of Paralanguage and Body Language in Everyday Life In today's society communication seems to be the most significant way in which people interact with one another. As technology advances and new forms of communication are developed, people still tend to use two very old forms of communication in their every day lives. Theses forms of communication are non other than that of body language (kinesics) and paralanguage. Body language is a form of communication through different movements and ges...
  • Signs Of Body Language
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    BODY LANGUAGE: THE UNSPOKEN LANGUAGE Words are only a part of our communication. We also communicate in the way we sit, stand, use our hands, or our facial expressions. For example, a clenched jaw might mean anger or stress, raised eyebrows may mean surprise or curiosity, and fidgety movements may mean nervousness. These are considered as signs of body language. According to Microsoft Encarta, body language is gestures, postures and proximity to another speaker by which one communicates non verb...
  • Short Class On The Reflective Listening Theory
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    TriSecure's use of Reflective Listening Theory Carl Rogers died suddenly on February 4, 1987, after a surgery for a broken hip. But all was not lost. Carl Rogers left behind the Theory of Reflective Listening. In this paper I will discuss seven principles of Carl Rogers Reflective Listening theory and how I would implement them into TriSecure. Seven principles that TriSecre will embrace are to follow. I will discuss the principles here with ways we will implement and teach them: 1. Listen more t...

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