Communication is a verbal and nonverbal way of interacting with another person. Communication can involve two individuals or a group of people speaking with another. Communication consist of telephone, letter, e-mail, and signals. In the form of communication one can be a sender or a receiver. The purpose of communication is to build a rapport someone. There are four types of communication which are verbal (spoken), non-verbal, written and visualization.
Nonverbal communication involves body language, gestures, facial expressions, and signs to communicate. Communication starts with a sender, a sender is the person who initiates the conversation. The sender is responsible for using proper grammar, punctuation and ensuring that the message is understood. The sender is important to communication because they have the job of ensuring that the message is clear, concise, and comprehensible.
Facial expressions during communication are a tell-tale sign that the person possibly could not be listening to the conversation. Facial expressions can predict if the person is bored with the conversation, engaged, intrigued or captivated. I recently engaged in a girls night out with my friends, while I my friend and I was speaking I perceived that my story was amusing to her by the faces that she was making. She had her open mouth as if she intended to speak and kept constant eye contact.
Body language is part of communication because it deciphers how someone feels at particular moment regardless of the words that are spoken. If I am presenting a presentation in front of the class and there is a student that is slouched in the chair but their eyes is focused on me it could mean that they are tired of hearing me speak, they need a break or they are bored.
Signs is the motion of pointing, shrugging, nodding, and waving. These particular motions are part of nonverbal communication because it involves the person not having to speak directly but
Verbal communication involves using words by face-to-face communication or through communication such as telephone, chat and Skype. Communication end with a receiver, a receiver is the person who is the intended recipient of the message that is sent from the sender.
Verbal communication consist of speaking, writing, face-to-face, and chatting. When I think of communication I think of networking with other people but having several of ways to express...