Shyness may even cause a person avoiding direct eye contact. Voice tone To express our different emotions we can use as well different tones of our voice. By speaking quickly, loudly, curtly, monotonously, or calmly, harmoniously, slowly, in a varying tone – we can add to our facial expressions more information about our moods and emotions. Body postures The ways how we keep our body and its parts can say something about whether we are truly listening to the speaker (leaning towards the speaker), whether we are interested in the discussion, whether we agree or disagree (crossed arms), whether we feel relaxed or tensed (fidgeting, hands in fists, ..) and so on. Gestures There are gestures which are culturally
Chatrooms and Instant Messaging. 2. Explain why two way communication is important for individuals with sensory loss When communicating with someone who has a sensory loss, make sure you talk to the person directly, even if there is an interpreter there. Make eye contact and talk in the same respectful tone you would use with others. [ Use a natural tone of voice and gestures.
When first introducing to a lesson, a graphic organizer can be used to assess and organize a student’s knowledge on the lesson topic. An easy way to utilize a graphic organizer in this way is to have the students fill out a KWL chart. This organizes key information regarding what the student currently knows, what the student wants to know, and later on what the students have learned as a direct result of the lesson. This provides the instructor a learning history of what they can build upon and clues them in on areas of interest they can use later on in the lesson. During the lesson, students can utilize graphic organizers to identify, organize and assimilate key concepts and related details.
* Facial expression – Feeling expressed by the face gesture. * Pitch of voice – Low or high tone. Low tone can be referred, as being calm as high can be considered as very disturbing. Styles: * Assertive – Standing firm about your point of view. 2.4: it is important to respond as this shows that you are paying attention to what the individual is saying and it also built up trust.
As a result of the way you choose and arrange your words and sentences, style is formed. (Hybels & Weaver, 2007). People can be influenced by your style of language. More times than none an opinion is formulated of a person just by appearance alone. Your imaginations of a well-kept person can be rudely interrupted by the way they speak.
Task 2: Legislation, policies and procedures Home Study Written Task Introduction This task prepares you for working in a school. It will help you to understand the reasons for key legislation, policies and procedures which are followed in schools and how schools operate within a wider context. Assessment You can either use the templates that follow to record your work, or produce your own. You will be assessed on your knowledge and understanding, through your assessor looking at your written records. All your research and written work should be stored in your Learner Pack alongside the task.
Type in Word or 07 Developing and submitting a Unit 5 Portfolio Written as pdf. Submit in Assignment tool. 583796 Develop and submit a Portfolio of your best work done in the assignments and discussions to demonstrate the knowledge, skills, growth and development that has taken place in you through this learning process. 100 100% 25/04/2015 22/05/2015 Please read through your learning units before submitting your assignments. There are some activities that are not for marks (Activity 2.2/3.4) (preparation activities).
I chose to focus on the PK-2nd Grade guidelines developed by NETS for Students. It is important to keep in mind that the profile that is set up for PK-2nd grade is meant as a guide for teachers to use as “indicators of achievements at this certain primary stage (“ISTE/NETS,” 2007) and it is based on the assumption or idea that these children will have regular access to several different types of technological tools. There is a multitude of technology that is widely available for the K-12 classroom. Software as simple as Microsoft Powerpoint and as complex as Auto CAD is available for every type of classroom. Hardware such as scanners, digital cameras, and flash drives are also a tiny handful of hardware that is available.
We try to be polite, reliable and respond quickly to show interest in others and their opinions and values by our choice of words and comments. We ask for other people’s opinion/insight and try to respect cultural, religious, ethnic, age and gender differences. We try to find commonalities with people we're communicating with like shared friends, interests, events and build relationships based on this. Focus on the positive and not the negative. We try to make eye contact without staring, don’t show distaste or boredom by yawning, frowning, shifting my weight, crossed arms, roving eyes, looking away, interrupting, talking in a loud, angry or monotone voice, etc.
Not only considered eye contact, oculesics comprises the actions of looking while talking and listening, frequency of glances, patterns of fixation, pupil dilation, and blink rate. Likewise, written texts have nonverbal elements such as handwriting style, spatial arrangement of words, or the physical layout of a page. However, much of the study of nonverbal communication has focused on face-to-face interaction, where it can be classified into three principal areas: