non verbal - Kamal Patel Journal I September 22, 2008...

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Kamal Patel Journal I September 22, 2008 Strong The first experience I had with non-verbal communication was in my physics class. The teacher was used many open gestures and showed inviting non- verbal communication skills. He had a lot of eye contact with the students and used affirmative head nods often. To this I had a positive reaction. I found myself paying attention more and felt comfortable and invited to ask questions. The second experience I had with non-verbal communication was in my organic class; this one wasn’t as great as the first. The instructor presented herself as very closed off. There was little smiling, and when there was smiling, the smiles seemed to be sarcastic smirks. The instructor stared at one student for a long time. And arms were crossed often. I had a very negative reaction to this. I felt uncomfortable and found myself not wanting to ask questions. Another experience was in my Cultural Heritage class. The professor showed many closed gestures. There was no eye contact. He would look at his
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This note was uploaded on 01/05/2012 for the course COMM com taught by Professor Bob during the Spring '11 term at St. Louis College of Pharmacy.

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