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Your body Language shapes who you are

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Abdullah Sultan

on 7 April 2015

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Transcript of Your body Language shapes who you are

Pre-listening Questions
1. What do you know about body language?

2. Do you think that body language has a huge effect on us?

3. Have you heard of power posing?
Take notes from the presentation (
Your Body Language Shapes Who You Are
) using the Cornell note-taking style.
Open Discussion
Main idea discussion
Discuss the main ideas that you've written down from the previous step.
Comprehension Questions
1. How do the poses that Amy Cuddy talked about affect a person's hormones?

2. What does Amy mean by expanding and how does it affect our personalities?

3. What are the two hormones that the lecturer talked about and how do they affect us?

4. How did power posing affect the people in Amy Cuddy's experiment?

5. Why did Amy take longer than her peers to finish college?

6. What does she mean by "Fake it 'til you become it"?
Your body Language shapes who you are
1. Hormones

2. Posture

3. Body Language

4. Imposter

5. Nonverbal

6. Stress

7. Expand

a. A position of a person's body when standing or sitting.

b. A State of mental or emotional strain.

c. A person who pretends to be someone else in order to deceive others.

d. The process of communicating nonverbally through conscious or unconscious gestures and movements

e. A substance, usually a peptide or steroid, produced by one tissue and conveyed by the bloodstream to another to effect psychological activity

f. Not involving using words or speech

g. To spread or stretch out
Pair up with a partner and take turns discussing what you understood from the TED talk write down some main ideas
Closing statement
"Our bodies change our minds
...and our minds change our behavior
...and our behavior changes our outcomes"
Do you agree with this statement?
Thank you for listening

Please feel free to ask any question

I hope you enjoyed my presentation.

By Emad Azhar
Hold this pose for two minutes, and tell us how you feel after that
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