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Nonverbal Communication Valuable and Profitable Mehrabian = 7%, 38%, 55% 1 st Impression = 30/20 Handshake ..\History Channel - Secrets of Body Language.flv..\History Channel - Secrets of Body Language.flv
Nonverbal Communication Functions / Characteristics complementing, contradicting, etc. Principles can’t not communicate, ambiguous, etc. Abilities encoding, decoding, regulating or controlling NV comm. Rules read in clusters, culture specific, etc.
Nonverbal Communication Categories Kinesics (body) Body movement Facial expression Eye contact & gaze Oculesics (eyes) Lying, flirting, ashamed, etc. Proxemics (space) Intimate, personal, social, public Haptics (touching) Greeting/departure, playful, ritual, avoidant, etc.
Nonverbal Communication Categories, con’t Vocalics (paralanguage) Rate, pitch, volume, etc.; laughter, accents, etc. Environment Ojbectics (artifacts) Chronemics (time) Dictated by values of a country, how we use time/values, etc. Olfactics (smell) Smell and memory, moods, etc. Gustorics (taste) Pleasure, displeasure, spicy, taste blindness, etc.
Nonverbal Communication Gender Culture Silence Physical Appearance Dress (levels: social, business casual, executive, etc.) Body type, skin color, hair, eye color, etc. Physical Attractiveness Microexpressions Handshakes
Nonverbal Communication Color Detecting Lies Status Seating Media – its role in NV messages Politics – NV role in politics
NV Assignment Pick a NV topic approved by PAL – Only one person / pair per topic – Research & Cite! Define it & show it Give examples Scenario Positive/Negative (help/hurt, good/bad, etc.) Interesting Fact “Out of the Box” thinking Make the Connection: everything demonstrates, aka ties into, nonverbal communication
NV Assignment, con’t Put it on a PowerPoint using PowerPoint Tips Present / Teach Graded based on Information Rubric PowerPoint Rubric Presentation Rubric