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E. Body Language (Meanings of): How to Communicate Without or Beyond Words (Print Version + Shipping)

E. Body Language (Meanings of): How to Communicate Without or Beyond Words (Print Version + Shipping)

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This Comprehensive Guide Empower learners to understand and effectively utilize body language cues for enhanced communication and cultural awareness. Incorporate these engaging resources into your curriculum and gain a comprehensive perspective on language and expression.

Key Components:

  • Expert Content.
  • Illustrated Exercises.
  • Enhance Communication.
  • Cultural Awareness.
  • 52-Card Decks.


52 pages

Who They're For:

  • K-8 Students.
  • Secondary Students.
  • Adult Learners.
  • Basic to Intermediate Language Learners.

What It Is:  

28-page Activities & Ideas Book to accompany two 52-card decks of vintage photos illustrating kinds of Body Language A to Z

Why You Need It: 

English speakers and learners can "get themselves into trouble" not only with what they say but also with what they don't say. Facial expressions, gestures, and body postures or movements could convey intended meaning accurately but might also lead to misunderstanding, confusion, or even conflict. Though usually a minor part of English-language instruction (at best), attention to non-verbal communication can provide a welcome change-of-pace while continuing to build receptive and active language abilities.

What It Does: 

Makes for a motivating "first lesson" in an oral-skills curriculum because even hesitant speakers gain confidence when they find they can participate equally                              

Delivers content with an example-rich article on the "General Features of Body Language." Follows up with illustrated exercises on "Universal Expressions of Emotion" and "Relationship Postures." All pages are reproducible. 

Suggests uses for two 52-Card "Body Language" Decks of classic design in activities that build skill in categorizing, identifying (as "positive," "negative," or "neutral"), and comparing. Each of their 26 "card ranks" displays four ways to express oneself in regard to one of these Feelings, Emotions, Concepts, or Abstractions: 

  •   Anger    •  Boredom    •   Craziness    •  Drama    •  Embarrassment     •  Fun     •  Greeting    •  Hello     •  Impatience    •  Joy     •  Kids    •  Listening/Loudness     •   Money   •  Negative (No!)   •  Offensiveness    •  Praise (Self)   •  Questioning    •   Religion   •  Surprise/Shock   •  Threat    •   Unhappiness   •  Victory    •   Worry   • X = Kiss    •  Yes!     •  Zzzz = Sleepiness 

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