Smile: teaching positive attitute to life

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Smile: teaching positive attitute to life

  1. 1. TEACHING OPTIMISTICATTITUDE TO LIFE AS ONE OF THE IMPORTANT COMPETENCES Nelly Ceciui 2012
  2. 2. Our secondary school should give to a youngperson maximum knowledge and skills to adapt toa rapidly changing world. Such knowledge andskills combined with the readiness to apply themare named now: key competencies
  3. 3. Chinese proverb says: “Give a man a fish; youhave fed him for today.Teach a man to fish; andyou have fed him for alifetime”
  4. 4. It’s a Changing World Social and civic competencies – are important skillsthat help the young people to participate in an effective andconstructive way in social and working life.
  5. 5. The culture of youthCultural awareness and expression – areskills that help the young people to expresstheir ideas, experiences and emotions in arange of media (music, performing arts,literature, and the visual arts).
  6. 6. SmilesAcross the World
  7. 7. Smile :Smile is very important non-verbalclue to various emotion states…
  8. 8. ‘Smile and the world smiles withyou. Cry and you cry alone.’
  9. 9. A) Shy and sensitive B) CheekyC) Confident D) Sociable What’s in a smile? This is the smile of a joker. The raised eyebrows and dimples in the cheek show a good sense of humour and a warm personality. This sort of person is often a1 bit of a rebel – they have little respect for authority.
  10. 10. A) Shy and sensitive B) CheekyC) Confident D) Sociable What’s in a smile? The wide toothy smile shows that this person is easy-going and friendly. They enjoy2 being in a crowd and are good fun to go out with. They’re always looking for the next party.
  11. 11. A) Shy and sensitive B) CheekyC) Confident D) Sociable What’s in a smile? The smile is in the eyes. This is a sensitive person, and a loyal friend. This sort of person thinks before they speak and is a good3 listener. They don’t like to be the centre of attention in a crowd.
  12. 12. A) Shy and sensitive B) CheekyC) Confident D) Sociable What’s in a smile? This is a smile that says, ‘I know it all.’ This type of person is very sure of themselves. They like a good argument, and they usually win. They’re hard-working 4 and very ambitious. And they can be quite bossy.
  13. 13. The way you smile can show what sort of person you are.Match one of the headings (a-d) to each paragraph (1-4). What’s in a smile? 1 2 2. The wide toothy smile1. This is the smile shows that this person isof a joker. easy-going and friendly. A) Shy and sensitive B) Cheeky C) Confident D) Sociable 3 43. The smile is in the eyes. 4. This is a smile thatThis is a sensitive person, says, ‘I know it all.’and a loyal friend.
  14. 14. 1. What things always make you smile? 2. Is it easy for you to smile for the camera? Say “ Che ese “! 3. When do people say this?
  15. 15. ‘Smile and the world smiles withyou. Cry and you cry alone.’
  16. 16. Charlie Chaplin “Modern Times”• One of the most enduring, and touching, images in film . . . the Little Tramp walking off toward the horizon . . . this time with the girl . . . and smiling.
  17. 17. Lyrics by John Turner and Geof freyParsons.Music written by Charlie Chaplin, 1936.
  18. 18. There are many reasons to smile. What are the best ones in your opinion?Top 10 Reasons to Smile
  19. 19. VALIDATION
  20. 20. ‘Smile and the world smiles withyou. Cry and you cry alone.’
  21. 21. Change is the law oflife. And those wholook to the past orpresent are certain tomiss the future. John F Kennedy

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