I need a response to the discussion below it has 150 word minimum with word count included, needs to be in APA format, you should not just repeat the same thing that the earlier post said. Instead you should aim to expand the conversation bringing in new material from the book, other sources or your own personal experiences.
Nonverbal language is communication based on your use of voice and body. (Lucas, 2015). Verbal language is just your use of words. Verbal and nonverbal language differ by the words you use and the pitch, rate, pauses, articulation, dialect, voice, and pronunciation. When you have an angry or heated conversation you tend to talk at a fast rate, at high pitch, with a loud volume, with no pauses if you can help it but if you’re having a painful conversation you tend to talk at a slow rate, at low pitch, with a soft volume, with a lot of pauses. Take this scenario for example: a pair of siblings named Robin and Taylor are having an argument and Robin asks Taylor if she was mad at her for using several of her things and not putting them back while also trying on several of her clothes and leaving a mess. Taylor says she isn’t mad but as she’s talking her pitch is getting higher, her volume is becoming loud, and she’s talking fast with out stopping. From her verbal language you probably think she isn’t mad but from her nonverbal language we can all see that she is in fact angry. In another scenario, there are two friends named Thomas who feels like an out cast at school and Frank who is pretty good with making friends. Thomas and Frank are best friends, but Frank sits Thomas down to tell him that he is moving far away within the next two days and wouldn’t be at school anymore. During the conversation Frank’s words are becoming slower, softer, and he’s pausing a lot, so he can have control over his tears. From his verbal language we can guess that he’s doing fine but as we examine his nonverbal language we can see that the conversation is very painful to discuss. WC:325
Lucas, Stephen E. (2015). The art of public speaking. New York City, NY: McGraw-Hill Education
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