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Non-Verbal Communication
I.MOTIVATION
Sir Charles Spencer Chaplin (16 April 1889 25 December 1977) was an
English comic actor, filmmaker, and composer who rose to fame in the era of silent
film. He became a worldwide icon through his screen persona, "The Tramp", and is
considered one of the most important figures in the history of
the film industry.
Directions: You will watch a short video by Charlie Chaplain and observe and
analyze his gestures. Retell the story as to how you understand it.
II. INTRODUCTION: TRACKBACK
When we use non- verbal communication, we use strategies apart from spoken
words we utter towards person/people we communicate with. These strategies help
in making easier, faster way of conveying the message and in doing clarifications.
III. DISCUSSION:
Non-Verbal Strategies
EYE CONTACT
Maintaining Eye Contact
Not Maintaining Eye Contact
Perceived as engaging
Showing confidence
Observed as genuine or attentive
May be deemed uninterested
Shy or nervous
Audience may get bored
Tips on having proper eye contact:
Monitor visual feedback from your audience.
*Don’t simply gaze around the room. Make eye contact randomly – looking at
the people at the back of the room as well as those in front.
Be careful that you don’t look at someone too long, making that person
uncomfortable.
Activity No. 1: Directions: the teacher will show pictures with different facial
expression. Copy the facial expression and analyze well what emotion the
character has demonstrated.

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FACIAL EXPRESSIONS
Use of Facial Expression
Minimal Facial Expression
Perceived as engaging
Clarifies emotions
Putting emphasis on the key points of the
message
Observed as stiff and indifferent
May cause confusion on the
receiver
Audience may get bored
Tips on having proper facial expressions:
Avoid unconscious or random expressions like licking or biting the lips,
tightening the jaw, raising the corners of the mouth, and twitching any part of
the face.
*Smile broadly to show friendliness or happiness. Show sadness by lowering
your eyelids, turning down your mouth slightly and bowing your head. Express
surprise or disbelief by widening your eyes and raising your eyebrows.
HEAD AND BODY MOVEMENTS/GESTURES
Use of Head/Body Movements/
Gestures
Minimal use of head/body Movements
and gestures
Perceived as engaging
Clarifies emotion
Stressing on the certain point
Observed shy or indifferent
Confusion on the message conveyed
Tips on having proper body movements/gestures:
Walk purposefully to the front of the room with your head up and shoulders
back. Turn and face your audience directly, then begin speaking.
*Avoid rocking, fidgeting, or swaying from side to side, or bouncing up and
down on your toes.
Deliver part of your speech from one spot, then move laterally/ crosswise to
imply transition. Step forward or toward the audience to emphasize an
important point. Step backward to indicate you’ve concluded an idea, letting
the audience relax and digest what you’ve said.
Use movement to dramatize a specific point. Lead with the foot nearest your
destination when changing position
Gestures should be made above your elbow and away from your body.
*Respond naturally to what you think, feel and, say.
Suit the action to the word and the occasion. Make
your actions convincing, smooth, and well-trained.
Posture

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Non-Verbal Communication I.MOTIVATION Sir Charles Spencer Chaplin (16 April 1889 – 25 December 1977) was an English comic actor, filmmaker, and composer who rose to fame in the era of silent film. He became a worldwide icon through his screen persona, "The Tramp", and is considered one of the most important figures in the history of the film industry. Directions: You will watch a short video by Charlie Chaplain and observe and analyze his gestures. Retell the story as to how you understand it. II. INTRODUCTION: TRACKBACK When we use non- verbal communication, we use strategies apart from spoken words we utter towards person/people we communicate with. These strategies help in making easier, faster way of conveying the message and in doing clarifications. III. DISCUSSION: Non-Verbal Strategies • EYE CONTACT • • • Maintaining Eye Contact Not Maintaining Eye Contact Perceived as engaging • May be deemed uninterested Showing confidence • Shy or nervous Observed as genuine or attentive • Audience may get bored Tips on having proper eye contact: • • • Monitor visual feedback from your audience. *Don’t simply gaze around the room. Make eye contact randomly ...
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