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To become familiar with the concept of nonverbal communication.
To review reasons why nonverbal communication (NV) is important in everyday life.
To review reasons why nonverbal communication (NV) is important in the classroom.
To become familiar with the element of nonverbal communication known as kinesics.
To become familiar with four more elements of nonverbal communication: vocal cues; proxemics, appearance; and chronemics.
To learn how nonverbal cues have been shown to improve cognitive and affective outcomes in several subject areas and to become familiar with the concept of “immediacy.”
To summarize what you have learned by reviewing the first 15 to 30 tips concerning the implementation of nonverbal communication in the classroom.
To summarize what you have learned by reviewing the last 15 to 30 tips concerning the implementation of nonverbal communication in the classroom.
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