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COM 110 Nonverbally Speaking Informative Speech Outline Introduction Maray Crockett  Greeting: Good afternoon everybody!  Attention getter: By a show of hands how many of you know what nonverbal communication is?  Specific purpose: To inform my audience how men and women’s nonverbal communications differ.  Preview of main ideas: I Men and women’s use of touch differs. II Men and w
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  COM 110Nonverbally Speaking Informative Speech Outline Introduction Maray Crockett   Greeting: Good afternoon everybody! ã ttention getter: By a show of hands how many of you know what nonverbal communication is? ã Specific purpo!e: To inform my audience how men and women’s nonverbal communications differ. ã revie# of main idea!: IMen and women’s use of touch differs.IIMen and women’s use of noddin differs.IIIMen and women’s use of facial e ressions differs. $ody I. I%Men and #omen have a different #ay they u!e touch% #$hat the first imae to come to mind when you think of a women touch women% nowwhat’s the first imae that comes to mind when you think of a man touchin a man?BIn the book &eotiatin for 'ummies% cha ter ( )istenin to body lanuae it states that% # classic male show of ower is to shake hands in the normal fashion and reach with the left hand to also ri the man*s elbow.+.Men who are closer in relationshi s may touch more.,.-uch as arm over shoulder and standin closer with shoulders to touchin. CIn her article% anessa /dwards a behavioral investiator said% 0$omen tend to reach out and touch someone’s arm or forearm or ive a hu to build connection and show su ort. Men 1even subconsciously2 will at someone on the back to show dominanceor lace a hand on a shoulder to show su eriority or control.3+. $omen are more o en to touch even from straners ,. $omen use touch to e ress their feelin towards someone o osed to verbally e ressin them. II. Men and #omen&! nod! can mean different thing!% #. &oddin is a sinal that many eo le use every day but what is the meanin behind the nod?+  COM 110 B. #ccordin to Terry Mann an eecutive astor who has conducted eercises on nonverbal communication%3 $omen often will nod their heads while someone is s eakin% not necessarily because they aree with what the other erson is sayin but as a confirmation that they are listenin. Men% however% enerally nod their heads only when they aree.3C.In the 4ournal of nonverbal behavior% researchers conducted a test seein how much noddin was ha enin while a s eaker was s eakin in front of a rou with men and women.+. $omen nodded fre5uently. ,. Men nodded a few times.III % 'he u!e of facial e(pre!!ion! i! different bet#een men and #omen% #.In the maa6ine 7-# today there was article called 0#re you comin on to me?3B. In the article they did an e eriment with men and women to see who could inter retthe facial e ression to see who was bein flirtatious and who wasn’t. +. The women had a hiher ercentae of accurate answer of who was flirtin and who wasn’t.,. Men aren’t as ood at inter retin facial e ressions as women.C.$omen are normally better at readin facial e ressions because they use them to e ress their own emotions fre5uently. +. Men refer to verbally e resses their emotions where as women refer to nonverbally e ress themselves usin various facial e ressions.,. Men will use facial e ressions but ma4ority of the time is to e ress a more evident emotion such as sadness or ha iness. Conclu!ion   $rake light:  &ow that I’ve shared with you the differences in male and female nonverbalcommunication% let’s review.   )e*!tate purpo!e: To describe how men and women’s nonverbal communications differ.   Summary: I.Men and women’s use of touch differs.II.Men and women’s use of noddin differs.III.Men and women’s use of facial e ressions differs. ã Clinche r8 In conclusion this famous icture of Michelle 9bama shows how women communicate throuh facial e ressions% it also shows how resident 9bama is not   ickin u on it that easily. ,  COM 110 Works Cited“Are You Coming on to Me? USA Today   8 (2008): 14-5 ProQuest. We! 1 #$t 201%&d'rds *ness *  +od, nguge .i/eren$es o te e3es Science of People  n.p., 18 e!( 201%) We! http://www.science oeo6e$om 1 #$t 201%r6e, 66, . 7oner!6 9e$tions to Conerstion6 nterrution: A ;est o Com6ementrit, ;eor, nd te ttus<=ender >r66e6  Journal of Nonverbal Behavior   44 (2010): 1@-20% ProQuest. We! 1 #$t 201%=nster t6een oe igns We ign6 #ur nterest in Anoter +eore te irst Be66oD !ut no'ing o' to 9ed +od, nguge Cn e66 te .i/eren$e +et'een oing nd osing Pittsburgh Post  !a ette : 14 e! 2001 ProQuest. We! 1 #$t 201% Negotiating for #u$$ies   %hapter &' (istening to Body (anguage  2nd ed ed o!oken: 200 ProQuest. We! 1 #$t 201% :
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