Now that you have studied about: Nonverbal Communication, Listening and Interpersonal Communication integrate (specifically naming/identifying the concept(s) from those areas in your response to the following:
Considering Nonverbal Communication what advice, guidance, suggestions would you give to the first year male students to help them improve their nonverbal communication? As an FYI, you might consider nonverbal codes, objectics, artifacts, chronemics, etc...in your response.
How would you advise the first year male students to: (I suggest incorporating some concepts from each of the chapter areas in your response):
Build Strong Personal Connections with faculty?
Build Strong Personal Connections with other students?
How would you advise:
A white male social organization (fraternity) to Build Strong Personal Connections with the first year male students?
When first entering UCF you must know like at any other school, nonverbal cues are there and can have an impact on your friendship with others. For example if your boyfriend/girlfriend is upset and they don't physicall say it they may express their feelings with nonverbal communication such as with non-word sounds such as a sigh or even a nonverbal code such as a frown. It is key to pick up on these small cues, communication is already complex as is, nonverbal communication just makes it more difficult so it would help greatly to be able to catch them easily. To build strong personal connections with faculty you should speak to them properly as in not the way you would speak to your peers. Also be