2.en.63 Anger, contempt, disgust, fear, sadness, surprise, genuine or polite smile, shame

This morning we have been to an interactive play. The actors used their facial expression and body language to convey emotions and feelings. Then, in class you tried to figure out a different ending for Rosa’s story. Some groups acted their ending in front of the class. You’ll try again with Bernat, in Catalan lessons.

However, most of you realised that non verbal communication is very important. You cannot pretend to be worried and frightened if you keep on giggling. Did Paula looked very worried? Well, you cannot become good actors in 5 minutes, can’t you?

Have a look at this video and analyse the facial expressions associated with some basic feelings: Anger, contempt, disgust, fear, sadness, surprise, genuine or polite smile, shame

Practice them in front of a mirror. Make a drawing in your notebook  of a couple of expressions and use arrows to point at the parts of the face and their position.

Anger, contempt, disgust, fear, sadness, surprise, genuine or polite smile, shame

some useful words:

Eye lids/Eyebrows/edges/Pull/Raise/Tilt/ Down/up/Towards/Inner/outer

  1. Did you like the video?
  2. did you find it helpul to remember vocabulary?
  3. Could you be a good actor?
  4. Is it difficult to make people believe you feel something which is not true?

Post your comments to the blog for Friday.


Anuncis

2.en.62 Feelings, expression and making faces.

How much does our facial expression tell about the way we feel?

are you good at making faces?

Can you wink?

Can you think of situations when you would wink?

Can you think of situations when you would frown?

Have a look at these faces and learn how to pronounce the words.

We’ll run a contest to see who is best at making faces.

Go to Learning Chocolate web site learn the words and try the on line dictation.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Did you learn any new words?

Did you find this post useful?