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Communication:

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on 11 February 2014

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Transcript of Communication:

Non Verbal- 65%
Non-verbal communication is the process of sending and to receive messages without using a word, that is either spoken or written.
Types of Communication

A. Verbal

B. Visual

C. Nonverbal

The Process

Sender – who is wanting the
message sent

Receiver – the audience to
whom the message is sent

Channel – medium by which
the message is delivered

Message – what is being sent
or transmitted

Feedback – a response to the
message
We are ALWAYS
communicating!
What are some ways humans communicate?

Communication:

Verbal
the spoken way of communicating and one of the most common ways of conveying a message.
Facial Expressions

-the imparting or exchanging of information
-the means of sending or receiving information
-the successful conveying or sharing of ideas and feelings

Activity
Components are
words, sound, speaking, and language.

Oral or Written
35%
6 C's
Complete
Concise
Coherent
Clear
Correct
Courteous
but no matter how well you follow the 6 C's ....
5 Ways to Listen Better
8 Different types of non verbal
Gestures
Paralinguistics
Body Language and Posture
Proxemics
Eye Gaze
Beware of persons whose bellies do not move when they laugh - Chinese Proverb
Haptics
Appearance
Gender Differences
in communication...
Play a round of
"Telephone"
Cultural
Differences
Conflict:

Perceptions
&
Assuming
STORY
FORE!
&
?
&
Role Play
Exit ticket
Is smiling an expression of internal feelings or social expression?
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