Non-Verbal Communcation Outline

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Attention Getter- Imagine that someone has just lied to you, how do you know if they are telling the truth, we assume that watching someone eyes we can tell if someone is lying to us.

Purpose- I would like to tell you what to look for when trying to read a person, and the meaning behind certain behaviors no only in the United States, but in many other cultures.

Source- On December 2012 Wikipedia stated that nonverbal communication represents two-thirds of all communication. Nonverbal communication can portray a message both verbally and with the correct body signals. Body signals comprise physical features, conscious and unconscious gestures and signals, and the mediation of personal space. The wrong message can be established if the body language conveyed does not match a verbal message. Nonverbal communication strengthens a first impression in common situations like attracting a partner or in a business interview: impressions are on average formed within the first four seconds of contact.

Thesis- Nonverbal communication is a very powerful mean of communication. It communicates more than spoken word for example who would of thought gestures and the way you dress could tell almost everything you need to know about a person within a few minutes of meeting them.

Transition- Which brings me to my first main point lets looks at how our brain leads us to make certain gestures that can easily persuade someone to portray the wrong message.

Source- According to People Magazine we may think that nonverbal communication is universal, but it's not, every culture interprets gestures differently.

Main Point- Gestures: hands, arms, and boy movement, winking, nodding, or rolling your eyes. Some gestures can be speech related while speech independent gestures could give off negative emotion, which can very quickly portray the wrong message.

Transition-Which brings me to my second main point something simple such as clothing is a very common form of...
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