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Posted - 21/03/2011 :  07:48:11  Show Profile  Reply with Quote

In our society, social relationships are based on communication among people. The relationship between teacher and student also belongs to this category. As is known to all, the classroom teaching is the most important way for students to learn English. Due to the important status of English in the world and the gradual popularization of English in our country, English teaching has been set up in elementary school education in our country, especially in coastal cities. English is a totally new language for the children and it, as a language lesson is aimed at making students know how to communicate with each other. As far as English teaching in elementary school is concerned, teachers must arouse the students’ interest in order to make them learn better. In fact, there are many ways to arouse the students’ interest and help them to learn better. Since early years, English learning and teaching only concentrate on oral and written English. However, many people are not aware of the functions of body language and therefore do not realize their full potential. Communication theorists assert that in face-to-face communication less than 30% of the information is communicated through speaking, and over 70% of the message is sent by nonverbal means of which the major means is body language. One study done in the United States showed that in [url=]冷库[/url]

communication attitudes 93% of the message was transmitted by voice tone and facial expressions, whereas only 7% was transmitted by words. (Meridians A. & Winner M., 1967) From the above, we can see that body language is an important medium through which people communicate with each other.
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