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Nonverbal Communication in Human Interaction

Communication, Human communication

Facts101 is your complete guide to Nonverbal Communication in Human Interaction. In this book, you will learn topics such as as those in your book plus much more. With key features such as key terms, people and places, Facts101 gives you all the information you need to prepare for your next exam. Our practice tests are specific to the textbook and we have designed tools to make the most of your limited study time.

Facts101 is your complete guide to Nonverbal Communication in Human Interaction. In this book, you will learn topics such as as those in your book plus much more.

Summer of Unrest: Tahrir - 18 Days of Grace

On 25th January this year 50,000 people descended on Tahrir Square in Cairo to protest against president Hosni Mubarak. What followed was an extraordinary 18 days when the square became the focal point for the hopes and fears of Egypt's people, in a situation often joyous but also intense, as the military moved in and Mubarak supporters began to infiltrate the area. Nariman Youssef was in Tahrir Square during this extraordinary gathering. This ebook for the Summer of Unrest series is a gripping diary of that time until Mubarak stepped down on 11th February, which saw the crowds in the square swell to 1 million at one point. As well as an extraordinary insight from within the most important uprising in the Arab Spring, Youssef pulls back to document the signposts to, and issues that fueled, the surge for democratic change in Egypt, exploding myths and uncovering hidden truths as she goes. BRAIN SHOTS is the pre-eminent source for high quality, short-form digital non-fiction. The Summer of Unrest series brings together stellar writers to explore the issues surrounding the austerity measures in the UK, uprisings in the Middle East and the nature of the protest movements springing up all over the world.

Nariman Youssef was in Tahrir Square during this extraordinary gathering.

Hard Science Linguistics and Brain-based Teaching

The Implications for Second Language Teaching

Input is usually thought of as linguistic forms to which learners are exposed. How the brain works has a significant impact on what kinds of learning activities are most effective. Using differentiated PowerPoint presentations with materials in an artificial language designed for the study, this study investigates three types of language input to find the most effective input to help foreign language teaching in the classroom: translation-based input, picture-cued input and breadth-and limits-of-association input. Three PowerPoint presentations were created providing various types of input. The target language was an artificial language we designed. Subjects were 80 undergraduate students divided into 3 groups. The results of ANOVA and post hoc Scheffé performed on post-test scores for the 3 groups indicate that the breadth-and limits-of-association input showed a significant advantage over the other two, but the picture-cued input did not differ from the translation-based input (F=16.041, p=.000).

Input is usually thought of as linguistic forms to which learners are exposed. How the brain works has a significant impact on what kinds of learning activities are most effective.