A. In two paragraphs, respond to one (1) of the prompts below. . Journal entries must contain proper grammar, spelling and capitalization.
1. Think about a recent communication exchange you had with your partner. What nonverbal cues were present? (Think about the nonverbal codes we discussed in class as well as are discussed in the book, such as oculesics, kinesics, chronemics, etc.). Did you have difficulty interpreting the nonverbal cues of your Partner? Did the nonverbal cues communicate anything that was in conflict with the spoken message? Explain.
2. Examine a room in your house. Analyze the nonverbal messages that a visitor could extract from the layout, design, and décor of the room. Explain whether or not the visitor\’s perception would be correct. Would you change anything about the room based on looking at it from another\’s point of view?
After reading chapter 7, answer the following questions by starting a new thread. Your response should be 4-7 sentences in length and should contain correct grammar, spelling and capitalization.
Step 1: Find a short video clip of a scene from a movie (please don\’t choose anything that may be overtly sexual or offensive). It can be an animated film, romcom, drama, etc. Try to choose something your classmates haven\’t already chosen.
Step 2: Identify two nonverbal cues you see in the film clip (e.g. gestures, eye contact, facial expression, movement, tone of voice, etc.). Then in your discussion response, identify how these cues function in the interaction (e.g. repeating, substituting, complementing, regulating, contradicting verbal messages). Share your impression of the interaction and how you believe the nonverbal behavior influenced the interaction. Be sure to include a link to the video clip in your response so your peers can view it and comment on your post.
Requirements: 2 pages