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Gestures My business professor has many different facial and hand expressions As I sit and write these down I realize there are more than I noticed at first However the one that sticks out in my mind is When a student falls asleep in class my professor will stand there and keep talking While he is lecturing hell look at this student and back at us The look he gives us says to me I can not believe hes sleeping in my class But he has never made an effort to wake this student up Meanwhile hes always holding a cup of coffee and his other hand is in his pocket looking as if he is deep in thought When a student is on the right track of answering a question hell bring his hand and arm forward as if saying go on When something is said that may not be understood hell lift one eyebrow up or maybe something is hard to believe hell then arch one eyebrow and the right side of his lip Most of these gestures are probably interpreted similarly by the other students like the deep in thought look the hand gestures encouragement and I cant believe he is sleeping look On the other hand the I do not understand look might not be per trade as what I am seeing it as Some people could very easily mistake that look to be one that is saying youre crazy The look he gives when something us unbelievable can make anyone and everyone want to defend that what they are saying is true When someone is sleeping and never sees these gestures or hears the lecture then it can affect their grade Even if they were to tape the class and pass with straight As The professor still is not going to look to well on the fact that the student slept though his class the whole semester It could be
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