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Copy of Body Language

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Transcript of Copy of Body Language

http://theoatmeal.com/comics/handshakes
Dominate
Submissive
VS.
Smile
Reminder for Women
Why smiling is contagious?
Studies show that people subconsciously
mimic the facial expressions that are in
front of them.
Genuine
Fake
Twisted
Tight Lip
Drop Jaw
Honesty
Friendly
Appealing
More Natural
Do not stare
Pick one eye
Eye Contact
Helpful Tips
Darting Eyes
Appear disinterested
The mind is looking for escape routes
Body usually is pointing in the direction it wants to go.
Learning Information: From Presentations to the Brain
83% eyes
11% ears
6% other
Posture
"When the mind closes, the body follows"
Sitting
Mirroring
Speaking:
Speed
intonation
volume
Review
1. When one person subconsciously starts to mimic the body language of another person, it usually means...

2.A person reaches out to shake your hand with the palm of their hand facing slight towards the floor. They are trying to establish...

3.A long thin tight-lipped smile a sign of...

4.What does a person look at in a social gaze?
How might you answer this question, what would you need to include?
Six months of continuous face-to-face interaction.
Pitch, Tone, Speed, and volume
Body Language and Eye Contact
Jessica Stout and Toi Turner
Actual
Words
7%
38%
55%
Lesson Outcomes:
Why is it important to smile in the workplace?
Europe: Two

New Zealand: One

USA: Waiter

Japan: An Insult
Mediterranean: Your wife is being unfaithful.

South America: Protection against bad luck.

USA: UT logo
Bali: Bad

Japan: Woman

South America: Thin

France: You can't
fool me!
For more information on our sources or a copy of our presentation, contact us by email
Using the right gaze gives you credibility.
If you are in a high stress situation
Remember-
Social Gaze
Appears non aggressive
Constant movement of focal points
Genuinely interested
Arms
Thank You!
GCSE English Language
The Spoken Word
Essay Title:
Explore the ways power and authority shape spoken language.
Accommodation
Face
Context

Audience

Dialect
Idiolect
Purpose
Social attitudes
Fillers
What's said/ analysing transcript
The mode - how things are said,
Paralingustic features, interaction.
Perceived Stereotypes

Unit 3:
Sociolect
Persona
Transactional
Paralinguistic features
Backchannel behavior
What percentage of human communication do you think words account for?
A. 7% D. 50%
B. 15% E. 75%
C. 30% F. 90%
ANSWER
:
A. 7%
This means that when analysing face-to-face spoken language, interaction (body language) and mode (the way that things are said) are just as important as the words that are used.
Persona

Entertainment programmes often want to connect with a younger audience. One way to do this is to reject social 'conformity' and Standard English and forge their own identity.

The producers may also want the style of speech to be one that young viewers recognise or are actually using themselves. Many media personalities accommodate their language for their viewers
and contestants.

Ways of communication
Social attitudes
towards the way we speak
What do people in positions of power or authority sound like? Is Received Pronunciation or Standard English still 'privileged' (seen as 'better')? How many people with regional or non-standard English accents can you think of on television?

It is important to focus on:

Sound
: volume, pitch, tone, intonation and accent.

Words:
dialect (eg Yorkshire, Cornish,) or sociolect (eg Standard English, or slang)

Flow
: how does the conversation flow? Are speakers hesitant or fluent? Are there repetitions, false starts, pauses, fillers?

Interaction
: how do people make a conversation work well? Who dominates and how? Are there questions and interruptions? How do people get involved in the conversation? Are some people shut out? Who has the most power?



Lesson Outcomes:
Controlled Assessment Clip.
The change in Standard English
When analysing face-to-face media conversation:
Another key aspect will be the
purpose.
What does the speaker want out of the
conversation? Is the conversation
transactional
or
expressive
?
What is the purpose of the television
programme?
Persona and Face
Persona and Face is especially important when
taking into account a media personality. Is there a negative or positive 'face' presented?
How does the audience react to this? Is there a perceived stereotype that the speaker is playing up to?
Power and status
For your controlled assessment, think about the power and status that Jeremy Kyle has compared to Ryan and Sarah.

Power and status can be achieved by the following:

1
.
Body language

- how body language is used to intimidate Ryan/show who is in charge.
2. Negative language or Pejoratives
- how Jeremy Kyle insults Ryan/belittles him
3.
Drawing attention to social differences -
the comments that Jeremy Kyle makes to 'exclude' Ryan from the social group
4.
Form of address

- The way in which Jeremy Kyle addresses Ryan and Sarah.
What 'persona' or 'face' would you expect from this person, how would you expect him to speak?
What 'persona' or 'face' would you expect from Jeremy Kyle?
Assessment Information:
800-1000 words (roughly 400 on Jeremy Kyle, 400 on Bieber, an introduction and a conclusion)

2 hours of controlled assessmnet time

Analyse the clips by giving examples of lingsustic features within the transcript/presented in the clips
Asymmetrical relationship -
a relationship where one person is in a more powerful social or professional position than the other (as opposed to a symmetrical relationship).

Symmetrical realtionship
- both speakers have equal power/are in an equal position.
Relationships in Conversation
1. To explore controlled assessment essay title
2. Discuss and analyse Jeremy Kyle clip and transcript looking at how lamgugae changes with context
3. To explore and analyse the persona and face
presented in the clip
Remember!
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