Materials: (Articles & Videos)
- The Power of Nonverbal Communication | Joe Navarro | TEDxManchester
- Nonverbal Communication- Gestures
- 8 Ways to Read Someone’s Body Language
- Signs someone is in love with you according to body language
- Types of Nonverbal Communication
- Body Language of Attraction
- Gestures Around the World
- The Power of Nonverbal Communications | Joe Navarro
- What do you think are the most important types of non-verbal communication?
What do you notice most (positive or negative)?
- Can you think of experiences where someone has made a strong impression on you (positive or negative) because of different types of nonverbal communication? (Facial Expression, Gestures, Posture, Eye Contact, Appearance)
- Do you think using a lot of non-verbal language makes conversation richer or distracts from what is being said?
- How non-verbally active are you? Facial expression, hand gestures, eye contact, etc.?
- Do you think you can talk to someone for an hour without using hand gestures?
- Do you think Koreans use body language a lot? Which countries use body language the most?
- What types of non-verbal communication norms should a non-Korean be aware of in Korea?
- What are some different types of non-verbal communication you’ve observed among non-Koreans?
- What types of non-verbal communication ‘rub you the wrong way’ [bother you]?
- How do you think men and women use body language differently?
- What kind of body language tells you that someone is attracted to you?
- What are examples of non-verbal communication that take place in a classroom? As students, what should you be aware of when it comes to sending and perceiving non-verbal messages?
- How do you feel about eye contact? How long can you stare into someone’s eyes without looking away?
- Do you have anybody language habits you’d like to change?
- Has anyone ever misinterpreted your body language? (e.g. thought you were angry when you weren’t)
- What have you observed about Zoom body language? What makes a good or bad virtual impression?