Text of If You Are Happy~ If you're happy and you know it Clap Your hands If you're happy and you know it...
If You Are Happy~ 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 Never be afraid to show it If you're happy and you know it Stomp your feet If you're happy and you know it Wink your eyes 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
Unit 3 Lesson1 Body Language
Our body parts knee back head hand shoulder foot leg arm head arm knee leg foot hand back shoulder
Can you do this? nod your head shake your hands cross your arm shrug your shoulder open your eyes and mouth wide raise your hand
Clapping hands means welcome / congratulations
Waving hands means hello / goodbye / no gesture / d est (r)/
Very good! Could you give me a lift? thumb up
Match the main ideas of each paragraph. Paragraph 1 Paragraph 2 Paragraph 3 Some gestures are common in most parts of the world. Some gestures may carry different meanings to different people. The introduction of the body language.
Paragraph 1 Fill in the missing words. People ______________each other by __________. But there is one language__________and_________ than____________---body language How do people communicate with each other? Do body languages always have the same meaning? languages communicate with stronger even louder other languages keep in touch with languages stronger even louder any other language
Paragraph Two: T or F Some gestures are in most parts of the world. When someone puts his index finger up to his lips, he is heads means Yes in most countries. We ought to be careful when we use our body languages. (F) (T) common asking others to be quiet Nodding different asking others for help Shaking
Match the meaning of some new words and phrases in Para.3 A). A problem, worry, difficulty B). however / on the other aspect C). A remark or action that makes people upset. On the other hand trouble Insult /in's lt/
Fill in the blank: Body languages may bring us some trouble, because_________________________________ ________________ _______________________________________ __________means OK in most parts of the world. If we want to communicate with others well, we must___________________________________. some gestures may carry different Joining the thumb and the index finger in a circle be careful when we use our body languages What else does this gesture mean? meanings.
Complete the table below GestureCountry & AreaMeaning 1. Nodding heads In 1. 2.2. No 3.putting one s finger up to the lips 3. joining the thumb and the index finger in a circle 1. in most countries1. OK 2. in France2. 3. in3. an insult Shaking heads most parts of the world Yes asking others to be quiet South America Zero
Japan, China, America, Europe Greeting: In __________people often greet by kissing on both cheeks( . In _________men greet by bowing. In ______________________________, people shake hands to show "their greeting". Europe Japan most countries like China or America
Guess the gesture: 1. Li Hui, a Chinese student has failed in all the tests in school. He is very afraid. He use the gesture to say: My parents will kill me! 2. Jack, an American student is having dinner in his friend s house. He is using the gesture to tell his friend: I m full. Crossing one's legs: In the United States is a sign of being relaxed.In the United States is a sign of being relaxed. In Korea, it's not allowed because it s impolite.In Korea, it's not allowed because it s impolite. Putting a hand on a person's neck
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Assignments: Find out 2-3 gestures which carry the same meaning. Find out 2-3 gestures which carry different meanings. Share with your classmates and make a discussion about different meanings of body languages