Non-verbal communication - Advanced Presentation Skills
Class E2Mar 21st 2013 Group 4. Bui Bich Phuong Do Thi Nham Hoang Thi Hai Yen Tran Thi Hai Nhung
I. IntroductionII. Body 1. What is Non-verbal Communication? 2. Types of Non-verbal Communication 3. Tips III. ConclusionIV. Q & A
I. WHAT IS NON-VERBAL COMMUNICATION ?- An aspect of communication without the use ofspoken language.
I. WHAT IS NON-VERBAL COMMUNICATIONFunctions of non-verbal communication + Provides information + Presents an image + Regulates interaction. + Expresses emotion
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 -
II. TYPES OF NON-VERBAL COMMUNICATION BODY LANGUAGE PARA LANGUAGE
1.BODY LANGUAGE- A form of non-verbal communication“Body acts as a “truth talker” – it speaks louder than words”
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.
1.BODY LANGUAGE a. Posture Set your feet + Place your feet shoulder- width apart. + Balance your weight evenly on both feet.
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
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.
1.BODY LANGUAGE b. Gesture Types of gesture: + Enumerative – Numbers. gesture used to count numbers
1.BODY LANGUAGE b. Gesture Types of gesture: + Descriptive Gesture used to show the size, shape, and appearance of the objects.
1.BODY LANGUAGE b. Gesture Types of gesture: + Symbolic – abstract concepts. Gesture used to show the unseen object using Symbols.
1.BODY LANGUAGE b. GestureTypes of gesture:+ Locative – location of the object.Gesture used to show the location of the object.
1.BODY LANGUAGE b. GestureTypes of gesture:+ Emphatic – emphasisGesture used to show the importance of an object.
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
1.BODY LANGUAGE c. Facial Expression Fear around eyes, open mouth Surprise raised eyebrow, wide open eyes, open mouth
1.BODY LANGUAGE c. Facial Expression Angry lower eyebrow & stare intensely. Sadness Area around mouth & eyes
PRACTICERead aloud a sentence on the paper with the usesof gestures
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.
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
2. PARA LANGUAGE - Para language means “like language” (sometimes called “vocalic)
2. PARA LANGUAGE-a. Volume: 150% louder than your usual 150% louder conversation.
2. PARA LANGUAGE- b. Pause + Take pause to stimulate thinking. + Take pause to catch the breath if you taking quickly.
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.
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.
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.
3. IMPROVING FOR NON-VERBAL COMMUNICATION - Don’t touch your face or I’m confused….. …. unconfident ….. scratch your ears, hair
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.
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)