Have You Got A Sunshine Smile

Smiling happens without much thought. When you watch a friend do something silly or embarrassing, you smirk. When a police officer lets you off without a ticket, you grin. And when you are recognized for your top performance in academics or at work, you beam. Smiling is a very natural response that shares our happiness with others.

But did you know that smiling also triggers activity in your brain? Yep, there’s a serious mind-body connection there, in your left frontal cortex to be exact, which is—not surprisingly—the area of your brain that registers happiness.

How often do you smile in a day? Do you smile when you meet new people? When you see your friends? Around your co-workers? 

Your face has 44 muscles in it that allow you make more than 5,000 different types of expressions, many of which are smiles

 NYPS conducts ‪#‎SpecialAssemblies‬ with different interesting themes. This time, it was “Have you got a Sunshine Smile”

Phonetics at NYPS

Phonetics is the science where all aspects of speech are considered and investigated: how speech is produced using our speech organs, what are the properties of speech sounds in the air as they travel from the speaker’s mouth to the ear of the listener, and, finally, how we perceive speech and recognize its structural elements as certain linguistic symbols or signs. Phonetics is something a child must learn in his initial years. NYPS too has arranged an event where Parents Attended a Phonetics Workshop. Here is a glimpse of it. ‪#‎ImportanceofPhonetics‬ ‪#‎Phonetics‬ ‪#‎Parentsworkshop‬