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Non-verbal communication - Advanced Presentation Skills
Non-verbal communication - Advanced Presentation Skills
Non-verbal communication - Advanced Presentation Skills
Non-verbal communication - Advanced Presentation Skills
Non-verbal communication - Advanced Presentation Skills
Non-verbal communication - Advanced Presentation Skills
Non-verbal communication - Advanced Presentation Skills
Non-verbal communication - Advanced Presentation Skills
Non-verbal communication - Advanced Presentation Skills
Non-verbal communication - Advanced Presentation Skills
Non-verbal communication - Advanced Presentation Skills
Non-verbal communication - Advanced Presentation Skills
Non-verbal communication - Advanced Presentation Skills
Non-verbal communication - Advanced Presentation Skills
Non-verbal communication - Advanced Presentation Skills
Non-verbal communication - Advanced Presentation Skills
Non-verbal communication - Advanced Presentation Skills
Non-verbal communication - Advanced Presentation Skills
Non-verbal communication - Advanced Presentation Skills
Non-verbal communication - Advanced Presentation Skills
Non-verbal communication - Advanced Presentation Skills
Non-verbal communication - Advanced Presentation Skills
Non-verbal communication - Advanced Presentation Skills
Non-verbal communication - Advanced Presentation Skills
Non-verbal communication - Advanced Presentation Skills
Non-verbal communication - Advanced Presentation Skills
Non-verbal communication - Advanced Presentation Skills
Non-verbal communication - Advanced Presentation Skills
Non-verbal communication - Advanced Presentation Skills
Non-verbal communication - Advanced Presentation Skills
Non-verbal communication - Advanced Presentation Skills
Non-verbal communication - Advanced Presentation Skills
Non-verbal communication - Advanced Presentation Skills
Non-verbal communication - Advanced Presentation Skills
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Non-verbal communication - Advanced Presentation Skills

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These tips will help you deliver a successful presentation with using effectively non-verbal communication.

These tips will help you deliver a successful presentation with using effectively non-verbal communication.

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  • 1. Class E2Mar 21st 2013 Group 4. Bui Bich Phuong Do Thi Nham Hoang Thi Hai Yen Tran Thi Hai Nhung
  • 2. I. IntroductionII. Body 1. What is Non-verbal Communication? 2. Types of Non-verbal Communication 3. Tips III. ConclusionIV. Q & A
  • 3. I. WHAT IS NON-VERBAL COMMUNICATION ?- An aspect of communication without the use ofspoken language.
  • 4. I. WHAT IS NON-VERBAL COMMUNICATIONFunctions of non-verbal communication + Provides information + Presents an image + Regulates interaction. + Expresses emotion
  • 5. I. WHAT IS NON-VERBAL COMMUNICATION “I am the most spontaneous speaker in the world because every word, every gesture, and every retort has been carefully rehearsed” - George Bernard Shaw -
  • 6. II. TYPES OF NON-VERBAL COMMUNICATION BODY LANGUAGE PARA LANGUAGE
  • 7. 1.BODY LANGUAGE- A form of non-verbal communication“Body acts as a “truth talker” – it speaks louder than words”
  • 8. 1.BODY LANGUAGE a. Posture The position in which you hold your body by standing, or sitting. - Standing up straight andstanding tall. - Stand with your feet apart and your shoulders square, facing the audience.
  • 9. 1.BODY LANGUAGE a. Posture  Set your feet + Place your feet shoulder- width apart. + Balance your weight evenly on both feet.
  • 10. 1.BODY LANGUAGE a. Posture  Set your hands + Hold your hands together + Keep them above waist high in front of you. + Do not fold your arms in front of you. + Do not put your hands in to pocket
  • 11. 1.BODY LANGUAGE b. Gesture - A gesture is a means of using your arms or hands to conveys some meaning to another person. - To express variety of feelings What a great idea! and thoughts.
  • 12. 1.BODY LANGUAGE b. Gesture Types of gesture: + Enumerative – Numbers. gesture used to count numbers
  • 13. 1.BODY LANGUAGE b. Gesture Types of gesture: + Descriptive Gesture used to show the size, shape, and appearance of the objects.
  • 14. 1.BODY LANGUAGE b. Gesture Types of gesture: + Symbolic – abstract concepts. Gesture used to show the unseen object using Symbols.
  • 15. 1.BODY LANGUAGE b. GestureTypes of gesture:+ Locative – location of the object.Gesture used to show the location of the object.
  • 16. 1.BODY LANGUAGE b. GestureTypes of gesture:+ Emphatic – emphasisGesture used to show the importance of an object.
  • 17. 1.BODY LANGUAGE c. Facial expression Facial expressions reflect emotions, feelings, and attitudes. Happiness Round eyes Smiles Raised cheeks Disgust Wrinkled nose, Lowered eyelids and eyebrow, Raised upper lip
  • 18. 1.BODY LANGUAGE c. Facial Expression Fear around eyes, open mouth Surprise raised eyebrow, wide open eyes, open mouth
  • 19. 1.BODY LANGUAGE c. Facial Expression Angry lower eyebrow & stare intensely. Sadness Area around mouth & eyes
  • 20. PRACTICERead aloud a sentence on the paper with the usesof gestures
  • 21. 1.BODY LANGUAGE d. Eye contact This is a direct and powerful form of non-verbal communication, and is important to one starts presentation.- Look at the personswhole face above the tipof their nose.
  • 22. 1.BODY LANGUAGE d. Eye contact The listener looks to the eyes of the speaker to find out the truthfulness of his speech , his intelligence, attitudes, and feelings
  • 23. 2. PARA LANGUAGE - Para language means “like language” (sometimes called “vocalic)
  • 24. 2. PARA LANGUAGE-a. Volume: 150% louder than your usual 150% louder conversation.
  • 25. 2. PARA LANGUAGE- b. Pause + Take pause to stimulate thinking. + Take pause to catch the breath if you taking quickly.
  • 26. 2. PARA LANGUAGE c. Pace -Don’t speak too quickly. It reflects stress or excitement. - Don’t speak too slowly as it interferes with communication.
  • 27. 2. PARA LANGUAGE-Practice: Ladies and Gentlemen, It’s my honor to introduce, Mr. Justin Bieber in Talk show today. Please give him a big applause.
  • 28. 3. TIPS FOR NON-VERBAL COMMUNICATION - Use nonverbal signals that match up with your words. - Adjust your nonverbal signals according to the context. - Use body language to convey positive feelings. - Should be natural and spontaneous. - Keep smiling face with audience.
  • 29. 3. IMPROVING FOR NON-VERBAL COMMUNICATION - Don’t touch your face or I’m confused….. …. unconfident ….. scratch your ears, hair
  • 30. III. CONCLUSION - Understanding and making use of body language is a fundamental principle you should learn to apply if you are to increase your ability to communicate effectively. -It is important to understand your body movement and gestures in order to communicate effectively and have successful presentations.
  • 31. PRACTICE- Class is divided into 4 groups.- Each group is given a picture.- Discuss together within 3mins to describe thepicture.- At least 2 representatives from each group stand infrond of the class and present about that picture.- Use non-verbal communication to support for yourpresentation.- Timing: 3 minutes ( 2 difference pictures, I’ll call 2 groups randomly)
  • 32. Sources:1.http://library.thinkquest.org/04oct/00451/nonverbalco m.htm2. http://www.slideshare.net3. http://www.ehow.com/info_12031915_postures- during-oral-presentation.html4.http://www.authorstream.com/Presentation/aSGuest 90831-903897-body-language-and-gestures/5. http://totalcommunicator.com/body_article.html

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