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This is the pps for my presentation at University. This is about Body Language, an important topic

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    • BODY LANGUAGE IN THE CLASSROOM Communication is more than words. By V. GOMEZ LOPETEGUI
    • SECTIONS WHAT IS BODY LANGUAGE? ROLES OF NONVERBAL COMMUNICATION CUES TEACHERS AS SENDERS AND RECEIVERS OF NONVERBAL MESSAGES RESEARCH FINDINGS
    • What is non-verbal communication?
      • OVERT BEHAVIOURS
      • Facial expressions
      • Eye contact
      • Touching
      • Tone of voice
      • LESS OBVIOUS
      • Dress
      • Posture
      • Spatial distance
    • PATRICK MILLER’S RESEARCH
    • ROLES OF NON-VERBAL COMMUNICATION CUES
      • Repetition
      • Contradiction
      • Substitution
      • Complementing
      • Accenting
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    • TEACHERS AS SENDERS AND RECEIVERS OF NONVERBAL MESSAGES
      • Teachers should be aware of nonverbal messages in the classroom for two main reasons…
      • To become better receivers of students’ messages.
      • To become better senders of signals that reinforce learning.
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    • REMEMBER!
      • We must make sure that we are sending the right messages to our students.
      • Verbal and nonverbal messages should be in synchronization. If not, students get confused.
      • Devote time and energy to developing nonverbal communication skills (record an actual class to see weak points)
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      • THANK YOU FOR YOUR ATTENTION!