Unit 4 Body language Reading 2 Showing our feelings 启学案 Ⅰ根据所给词性和汉语意义写出英语单词 1． n．幽默；滑稽→ adj.幽默的；滑稽的 2． n．表演者；演出者→ vt.表演；演出 → n．演出；表演 3． vt.使惊诧→ adj.令人感到惊讶的 → adj.吃惊的→ n．惊讶 4． adj.幸运的；吉利的→ adv.
幸运 地；吉利地→ adv.不幸地 5． vt.使信服→ adj.令人信服的 → adj.深信的 6． vt.& vi.导演；指示；指挥 adj.直的；直接的；直率的 → n．指挥→ n．方向 Ⅱ.重点短语 根据汉语意思补全短语 1．put 举起，抬起 2． defence 保卫，防御 3． the contrary 相反地 4．be to 很可能……；有希望…… 5． general 总的来说；通常 6．defend 保卫……以免受…… 7．in place 代替 8． ease 舒适；快活；自由自在 Showing our feelings 启训案 1.enjoy the pictures–facial expressions and body languages. 2. Skimming . Divide the text into three parts and match the main idea with each part. Part 1 (Para ) Examples of some universal body language. Part 2 (Para ) Body language is sometimes more important than spoken language. Part 3 (Para ) There are differences in body language, and it’s important for us to know them. 3.Careful-reading (1) True or False
Body language is not as important as spoken language. If you are angry at a person, you might turn your back to him or her. You can threaten a person by refusing to speak. If If you sit looking away from a person, or with your back turned, you are saying you are not interested in that person. 5. You should greet your new boss by giving her or him a hug. 6. Most people can understand each other if they try. Careful reading(2) similar body language Para 2 1.smile and truly happy to show ________ Para 3 2._______ or turning one’s ______ to someone to show anger Para 4 3.nodding the head ______________ to show _________ Para 5 4. ______________________ or yawning to show bored attitude Para 6 5.standing a little distance to show ________ Careful-reading (3) Discuss the following questions with your partner and find the answers using phrases 1.Why did people give false smile sometimes? 2. What will someone do to threaten others? 3.If you are interested in something, what will you do? And if not, what will you do? Different body language?? In China / America: In Niagara:
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Guessing the meaning 1. It is possible to “read” others around us, even if they do not intend for us to catch their unspoken communication. 2. The most universal facial expression is, of course, the smile --- its function
is to show happiness and put people at ease. 2. intend （plan, mean to do） 打算， 想要， 企图 (1)I ______ use the facial expression to show my satisfaction. 一般人作主语 (2) The facial expression ________ show my satisfaction. 一般物作主语 (3). The book ____________ teachers. 这种书是给老师（设计的） (4).They ___________ the plan should be put into practice within the year. 他们打算在本年内实行该计划。 3. We can often be wrong about each other, so it is an amazing thing that we understand each other as well as we do. 事实证明我们都误解他啦。 他如果那样想，就很正常啦。 It is a/an amazing/surprising/exciting thing that sb (should) do 虚拟语气 后经常跟
如果女孩这么早结婚会令人很吃惊的 4.In most places around the world , frowning and turning one’s back to someone shows anger . turn 作系动词，表示“变色；变质”等，后面接形容词作表语，如接名词，则不 用冠词。例如： Leaves turn yellow in autumn 。 When he saw the letter , his face turned red . After graduation , he turned doctor . 辨析: turn ,change, become, go 的用法区别 (1) turn 表示”逐渐改变”;change 有”完全改变或改变其本来性质”的意思. (2) become 表示成为,是普通用语,一般不表示”未来的事”,多表示”过去完成 的事”. (3) go 表示某物变质,胜利残缺等.如 go bad , go blind , go mad 等 相关短语: turn around 转身,反复思考 turn away 走开,拒绝 turn in 上缴,告发
turn off 关掉 turn to 求助,致力于 at every turn 事事,处处,常常 take turns 依次,轮流 turn over 打翻,移交,交给,翻身 turn out 生产,制造 turn down 调低,关小,拒绝 turn into 进入,变成 turn on 打开,对……发怒 turn up 出现 in turn 依次,轮流 turn back 折回,挡住,使折回 5.There are many ways around the world to show agreement , but nodding the head up and down is used for agreement almost worldwide . 在世界各地,有许多表示同意的方式,但是几乎世界范围内上下点头表示同意. Agreement n. [U] 同意；意见一致 having the same answer or idea We're all agreement. 我们看法一致。 I'm quite what he said. 我十分同意他所说的话。 n. [C] 协定；协议 written promise between people, countries, etc. in the agreement 在协议书中 arrive at an agreement 达成协议 come to an agreement 达成协议 carry out an agreement 履行协议 make an agreement 商定 sign the agreement 签署协议 an agreement between A and B 双方协议 Showing our feelings 启悟案 阅读理解 阅读下列短文, 从每题所给的四个选项(A、B、C 和 D)中，选出最佳选项。 Most good interviewers will make an effort to establish and keep eye contact. Make sure that you do not find yourself looking down or away. If you wear glasses, be sure to buy the non-glare lenses. Do not stare. Rapidly nodding your head can leave the impression that you are
impatient and too eager to add something to the conversation -- if only the interviewer would let you. Slower nodding, on the other hand, emphasizes interest, shows that you are validating ( 确 认 ) the comments of your interviewer, and encourages him to continue. Tilting (倾斜) the head slightly, when combined with eye contact and a natural smile, shows friendliness and approachability (可接近的). Your smile is one of the most powerful positive body signals. Everybody looks better when they smile. Offer an unforced, confident smile. Avoid at all costs the technique that some applicants use: grinning idiotically (白痴般地裂 口 笑 ) for the length of the interview, no matter what. This will only communicate that you are insincere (虚假的). It’s worth remembering that the mouth provides a seemingly limitless supply of opportunities to convey weakness. This may be done by touching the mouth frequently; "faking" a cough when confused with a difficult question; and /or gnawing ( 咬 ) on one’s lips absentmindedly ( 茫然地 ). Employing any of these "insincerity signs" when you are asked about say, why you lost your last job, will confirm (确认) or instill (慢慢灌输) suspicions about your honesty. 1. The mouth may make your weakness known by ________according to the passage. A. pretending to be coughing B. having an unforced smile C. blowing a kiss D. showing your teeth 2. The main purpose of this text is to ________. A. tell you how to communicate with others effectively. B. show you how to make yourself more understandable C. remind you of respecting the interviewer. D. give you some advice on facial signals for job interviews 3. What does the underlined word “suspicion” in the last paragraph mean? A. understanding B. uncertainty C. expression D. agreement 4. Which facial signal can cause you to lose an opportunity of being employed? A. Gnawing on one’s lips. B. A natural smile. C. A natural smile. D. Touching the mouth occasionally.
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