Unit #4: Express Yourself

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Unit #4: Express
Yourself
EQ: What Does It Really
Mean to Communicate?
What are different ways to
communicate?
 List
5 way to communicate in order of
their effectiveness.
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5- (most effective):
4- (very effective):
3- (moderately effective):
2- (less effective):
1- (not very effective):
What do these quotes mean?
 Words
can be bullets or butterflies.
The truth uplifts, while lies destroy.
-Piri Thomas
 Only
talk when it improves the silence.
-Chris Matthews
What do the quotes mean to you?
Do you agree/disagree with the
quotes? Why? Which applies to
your life? Explain!!!
How do different cultures
communicate?
In your own words, what does it
really mean to communicate?
Reading Strategy: Ask
Questions
Ask the Text
• Who? Where? Why?
What? When? How?
Ask Yourself
• What does this remind me
of?
• What do I already know
about this?
• What can I predict from
what I’ve read so far?
• Do I agree with this?
Ask the Author
• What are you saying or
implying here?
• What’s your main point?
Nonfiction Text Structures:
Text Structure
Purpose
Signal Words
Cause & Effect
To show how
something
happened or came
to be the way it is
As a result if/then
Because
Since
Therefore
consequently
Problem &
Solution
To show how a
problem or issue
can be solved
If
Then
or
Examples
To illustrate or
describe examples
of a particular main
idea, or thesis
For example
That is
For instance
Chronological
Order
To show the time
order or sequence
of events
Afterward next
meanwhile then
Not long after
Following later
Visual
Representation
Cause
Effect
If A
Then
B or C
I.
Main Idea
A. Example 1
B. Example 2
First
Next
Then
Later
Cluster #1
Face Facts: The Science of
Facial Expressions
What do you think?
1. Words are the best way
to communicate.
2. You cannot tell what
someone is thinking by
looking at him or her.
3. What we communicate is
not as important as how we
communicate
Agree or Disagree
Look at the girls on pg.353 and
describe the girl’s expression.
Facial Expressions
My Question
1. Is it possible to fake a
smile?
2. Who is Paul Ekman?
3.What are Ekman’s
accomplishments? Or
Why is Ekman’s work
important?
My Answer
Global Expressions
4. What are the seven universal
facial expression categories?
5. What are
“microexpressions”?
6. How are the facial
expressions for _____________
and ____________________ similar
or different?
Expressional Analysis
7. What situation could result if a
police officer doesn’t notice that
a suspect is lying?
8. Why is it so difficult to be a
“wizard” at catching liars?
9. What careers benefit from a
person’s ability to detect liars?
Cluster #2 Goals & Objectives:
“They Speak for Success”
Literary
Analysis Objective:
Analyze Examples
Reading Strategy
Objective: Ask Questions:
Find Question-Answer
Relationships
Remember when…
 Write
about a time when it was hard for
you to speak to person or group of
people. (Use imagery to describe the
incident)
My Question
Pg. #
What I Already
Know
What the Author
Tells Me
(examples)
My Answer: How
It Fits Together
(Synthesis)
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