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Cool Kids Conversation Club: Open Vs. Closed Body Language & Making Friends!
In this one time class, students will practice identifying and using open body language in order to create positive peer interactions, while also understanding the importance of closed body language and what it means.
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In this one time class, learners will be introduced to the very important topic of open vs. closed body language! We will discuss how to identify and use open body language in order to make friends and create positive peer interactions. The purpose of this class is to facilitate an important discussion on how people use their body to communicate, and how we can use these skills to be better conversationalists! Learners will be encouraged to study the body language of others more in depth...
Students will build upon their knowledge of body language to increase conversational skills and effectively communicate. Students will be introduced to open and closed body language and the main components of each. Students and the teacher will engage in a discussion about specific scenarios and how to "react" to open or closed body language displayed by others. In this class, students will be given opportunities to practice identifying and using open and closed body language in order to more effectively make friends and create positive interactions with peers, teachers and family members.
As a classroom special education teacher, I have taught many social skills lessons in which we focus on communication with peers.
Homework will not be assigned however learners are encouraged to practice what they have learned outside of the classroom with family members and peers.
Learner progress will be monitored through active participation and on an informal assessment basis throughout the duration of class.
30 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
I will be referring to the key aspects of body language and it's importance, as highlighted in this scholarly article: Body Language as a Communicative Aid amongst Language Impaired Students: Managing Disabilities Nnenna Gertrude Ezeh1, Ojel Clara Anidi2 & Basil Okwudili Nwokolo1 1 The Use of English Unit, School of General Studies, University of Nigeria, Nsukka (Enugu Campus), Nigeria 2 Department of Language Studies, School of General Studies, Institute of Management and Technology, Enugu, Nigeria Article link-- https://files.eric.ed.gov/fulltext/EJ1302798.pdf
K-12 Certified Special Education Teacher (Mild/Moderate- Moderate/Intensive Need), Intervention Specialist and Experienced Online ESL Teacher
🇬🇧Lives in the United Kingdom
125 total reviews
518 completed classes
Hello, and welcome to my online learning space! My name is Jessie B and I am a licensed Special Education teacher/Intervention Specialist with an absolute love of teaching! I am certified in teaching both mild/moderate and moderate/intensive...