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VERBAL AND NON- VERBAL COMMUNICATION AND LISTENING SKILLS SOC/110 TIANNA YOUNG ALICE REYNOLDS
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Verbal and Non-verbal Communication and Listening Skills People communicate in several ways verbal and non- verbal. Verbal forms of speaking would be stating your opinion, and basically just saying how you feel. Non-verbal ways of speaking is different and sometimes can be took as rude, forms of this would be rolling your eyes, sighing, basically just their facial expressions. Some physical expressions a person can make are gestures, and smiles. These physical expressions can help a group or person feel more at ease while speaking. Nonverbally I think I show more facial expressions than any other way discussed. I’ve been told you can tell how I’m feeling by the looks on my face. I think eye contact is another nonverbal way I communicate. When speaking to other people I always make eye contact so that they know they have my full attention, I also sometimes nod when talking to people if I am in agreement with them. I think by doing that the person I am speaking to knows I am on the same page as them. Knowledge of nonverbal communication can greatly help your communication with others. By knowing nonverbal cues you can understand
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