How the Teachers Body Lanuage Effects the Class Essay

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Body language speaks louder than any words you can ever imagine. Whether a person is telling people that he or she loves them, or whether their angry with them, or don't care less about them. What matters is that body movements reveal thoughts, moods, and attitudes. In a class room, this can be crucial. Both consciously and sub-consciously, the body of the teacher, tells the students about what's really going on. In the competitive and complex world of teaching, the ability to communicate with clearness, self-belief, and trustworthiness is crucial for success. Too frequently this ability is ignored. Logic and solutions are worthless, if they are not communicated in a way that persuades, motivates, and inspires the listeners. All day every …show more content…
Body language speaks louder than any words you can ever imagine. Whether a person is telling people that he or she loves them, or whether their angry with them, or don't care less about them. What matters is that body movements reveal thoughts, moods, and attitudes. In a class room, this can be crucial. Both consciously and sub-consciously, the body of the teacher, tells the students about what's really going on. In the competitive and complex world of teaching, the ability to communicate with clearness, self-belief, and trustworthiness is crucial for success. Too frequently this ability is ignored. Logic and solutions are worthless, if they are not communicated in a way that persuades, motivates, and inspires the listeners. All day every day the teacher’s body is relaying messages about their attitude, your mood, and general State of being. Students can determine what messages the teacher relays; by the way they use their body. Although body language began with in the past with ancient ancestors and long before vocal sounds turned into sophisticated words, phrases, and paragraphs, only in the last 60 years or so has body language been seriously studied. During that time people have come to appreciate the value of body language as a tool for enhancing interpersonal communication. This research aims to show to the importance of body language, in the ambiance of the class room, and it can effetely turn a teacher into a master, in terms of class room management, through body
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