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Eye contact is an important part of your facial expression. Eye contact occurs when two people look directly at one another. Eye contact can be used to show someone that you are paying close attention. You can also appear to ignore someone by refusing eye contact.
Has your mother ever said, "look at me when I'm talking to you!"? It's a way for her to make sure you are paying attention. A lecturer can judge whether his audience is listening by the amount of eye contact he holds with the listeners. If too many eyes are wandering, it may be that the audience isn't involved in the speech.
Here is a typical example. Andrea ran to catch up with Rae Ann in the hall. "are you mad at me?" she asked.
"No, why?" Rae Ann mumbled.
Andrea pushed for an answer. It was hard to pin down the reason, but she was sure something was wrong. "well," Andrea said slowly, "You didn't look at me once during biology."
Eye contact can be very personal. Whom do you look at first when you walk into the classroom? your teacher? your best friend? someone else you admire? Eye contact can reassure you that everything is normal.
Many stereotypes are associated with eyes. Large eyes sometimes give the impression of honesty or sincerity. People with narrow, "shifty" eyes are thought untrustworthy.
In some cultures, eye contact is considered disrespectful. Children of these cultures are taught to look down when an adult is speaking. This is not true of our culture. In our culture, you are to "look people in the eye." Eye contact in our society usually conveys recognition, respect, and attention.
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- For Teachers