Different Ways People Communicate Crossword Puzzle

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QUESTIONS LIST: verbal: differences in how you speak, including the tone, pitch and volume of your voice could change how your messages are taken in. , sign language: a recognized language throughout the world. british sign language (bsl) is used by individuals in this country and there are variations of sign language in different regions. , makaton: a form of language that uses a large collection of signs and symbols. it is often used with those who have learning and physical disabilities, or hearing impairment, braille: a code of raised dots that are ‘read’ using touch. for people who are visually impaired or who are blind, the system supports reading and writing, body language: a type of nonverbal communication including; gestures, facial expressions, eye contact, body positioning and body movements, gestures: hand or arm movements that emphasis what is being said or used as an alternative to speaking, facial expressions: these support what is being said by showing reactions or feelings. they can give you valuable clues that you can use to check out their feelings, eye contact: maintaining a good focus is an important way for a worker to show that they are engaged and listening, position: the way that we stand, sit or hold our arms when we are talking will provide others with clues about our feelings, attitude and emotions, written: this method is used to send messages, keep records, or provide evidence.