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The exchange of information through the use of words or actions communication Expressing feelings, thoughts, or experiences with words, either by speaking or writing verbal communication Getting messages across without using words nonverbal communication
Postures, gestures, and facial expressions body language The sense of what to do or say without offending others tact
In this lesson, you will be able to define communication. recognize different ways of communicating. list ways of speaking clearly and listening carefully. demonstrate communication skills.
Predicting Look at the main headings in this lesson. Write a sentence or two to predict the kinds of information you might learn. Headings in this Lesson What Is Communication? Verbal Communication Nonverbal Communication Communicating Effectively Speaking Skills Listening Skills Writing Skills
What Is Communication? Every communication needs three parts. communication The exchange of information through the use of words or actions Message SenderReceiver
Verbal Communication Most people express themselves through verbal communication. verbal communication Expressing feelings, thoughts, or experiences with words, either by speaking or writing
Nonverbal Communication Nonverbal communication uses body language. nonverbal communication Getting messages across without using words body language Postures, gestures, and facial expressions
Communicating Effectively Healthy relationships depend on good communication skills. Careful listening is important for effective communication.
Speaking Skills Think about what you want to say. Use “I” messages to express your thoughts, feelings, needs, and wants. Use tact. Make clear, simple statements. Be specific. tact The sense of what to do or say to avoid offending others
Listening Skills Use body language to show you are listening. Take advantage of pauses to offer encouragement. Do not interrupt. Repeat or rephrase the speaker’s thoughts and feelings.
Writing Skills An advantage to writing is that you can make changes before you send a message. You can limit misunderstanding by working on your written communication skills.
What I Learned Vocabulary Define communication. Lesson 1 Review
What I Learned Identify What are the two types of communication? Lesson 1 Review
What I Learned Give Examples List two ways to show that you are listening carefully. Lesson 1 Review
What I Learned Explain Explain how body language plays a part in communication. Lesson 1 Review
Thinking Critically Apply Imagine you are having an emotional discussion with a friend. Each of your friend’s comments begin with “You always…” or “You make me feel…” and other similar phrases. How would you react to hearing them? Lesson 1 Review
Thinking Critically Synthesize What are some nonverbal ways to show consideration for others? Lesson 1 Review
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