How Do We Communicate?

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Problem:
We are going to find out what is communication and how do we communicate in different ways through different things. We are writing a investigation now to understand what are we going to do for creating a new movie about communication.

Guiding Questions:

What is communication?
Communication requires that all parties have an area of communicative commonality. There are auditory means, such as speech, song, and tone of voice, and there are nonverbal means, such as body language, sign language, Para language, touch, eye contact, through media, i.e., pictures, graphics and sound, and writing.

Nonverbal communication is the process of communicating through sending and receiving wordless messages. Such messages can be communicated through 1.Gesture,
2.Body language or
3.Posture;
4.Facial expression and
5.Eye contact,
Object communication such as
1.Clothing,
2.Hairstyles or
3.Even architecture, or
4.Symbols

How do we communicate with the blind?
Communication with the blind can be very sensitive. They are born less fortunate hence we got to understand their emotion and feelings. I will feel to be upfront and direct are skills needed to communicate with them. Below are some suggested ways to communicate effectively with the blind: 1.Identify yourself

2.When talking in a group/ classroom address people by name. 3.Explain sudden noises.
4.Don't shout. People who are blind or vision impaired are not deaf. 5.When seating a person who is blind or vision impaired guide their hand to the back of the chair and allow them to seat themselves. 6.Talk about what you are doing

7.Don't move objects without informing.
8.Don't leave doors ajar. Close or open them fully.
9.Give clear directions, don't talk about "here" and "there"

How do we communicate through “art”?
Art is also an Aesthetic form of communication that takes place through creative expression, for example: •Playing...
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