Jan 11, 2016
Lesson ReviewSame body language, different meanings
Task 1: Describe their body languageTask 2: Guess where they come from
Shake HandsBowKiss on the CheeksHugTouch the NoseHold Palms TogetherMost countries(China, Britain, the US)Korea, JapanEurope(France, Italy, Spain)South America(Brazil, Argentina)New Zealand, the Middle EastThailand, India
Countries/AreasWays of Greeting
T: Speak a country nameSs: Act out its way of greeting
Please prepare for an oral report on Cultural Differences of Body Language.
THE STEEPLE People who are confident, superior types often use this gesture and, by doing so, signal their confident attitude.Confident he hasthe right answers
HAND SUPPORTMiddle managers often use this gesture to feign interest to the company president who is giving a dull, boring speech.Having negative thoughts: He's heard enough or is not impressed Interested evaluation the head supports itself andthe hand rests on the cheek
THUMB DISPLAYSThumb displays revealing confident, authoritative attitudes
CHIN STROKINGThis Chin Stroke is the signal that the listener is going through the decision-making process.Making a decision
LEAN FORWARDThey are interested in what youre saying.
CROSSED-ARMS-ON-CHESTWhen a listener folds his arms, he has negative thoughts about the speaker, and pay little attention to what's being said.Comfortable but others will think you're not approachable.