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Appendix D

Nonverbal and Verbal Communication

Use the table below to compare and contrast characteristics of nonverbal and verbal communication for audiences in relaxed situations (family members and friends) and audiences in tense situations (supervisors and instructors). List at least three items for each category.

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Examples of Situation Events
Audience Nonverbal Communication Verbal Communication
Relaxed Situation:
Family Members & Friends
Eye Contact
Body Language
Facial Expression




Tense Situation:
Supervisors & Instructors

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