Nonverbal Communication: The Art of Body Language
Body language is a form of communication that can support what were saying verbally, or it can act as a tell for when we mean quite the opposite of whats being said. Without using words at all, it can be used to tell a person were open to conversation, or it can tell a person to leave us alone. The art of body language is stimulatingly dissected here, so that readers can understand how subtle, moderate, and grand physical posturing, movement, and gestures communicate ideas for us. Among the topics covered are types of body movement, conscious and subconscious gestures, universal expressions, and tips for being an effective speaker and listener. Some myths and facts about body language and ten great questions to ask a teacher about nonverbal communication are included in the text.
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