Type
Word Search
Description

body language
eye contact
frown
gesture
intimate distance
nod
non verbal message
personal distance
personal space
pointing
public distance
smile
social distance
tone of voice
wave

Communication Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

Aggressive
Assertive
Attention
Body language
Clarification
Effective
Electronic
Eye contact
Gestures
Listenting
Meaning
Non verbal
Paraphase
Passive
Smile
Summarize
Timing
Tone
Voice
Volume

Nonverbal Communication Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

___________: behavior other than written or spoken language that creates meaning for someone NONVERBAL COMMUNACATION
___________: the movment or positions of the mucles of your face FACIAL EXPRESSIONS
___________: study of human movement are gesture KINESICS
___________: is a sound or inflection of the voice used to send a particular message. VOCIAL CUES
___________: come so close to (an object) as to be or come into contact with it TOUCH
___________: study of how animals and humans use space and objects to communicate occupancy or ownership of space TERRITORY
___________: the distance between two people SAPCE
___________: the way that someone or something looks APPEARENCE
___________: the way we make visual connection with another through the use of our eyes EYE CONTACT
__________: raised or curled upperlip; wrinkled nose; raised cheecks; lowed brow; lower upper eyelid DISGUST
___________: smiling;mouth maybe open or closed; raised cheeks; wrinkles around lower eyelids HAPPINESS
___________: tensed lower eyelid; either pursed lips or open mouth; lowered and wrinked brow; staring eyes ANGER
___________: wise-open eyes; raised and wrinkled brow; staring eyes SURPRISE
___________ : open mouth; tense skin under the eyes; wrinkles in the center of the forehead FEAR
___________: zone of space most often used for very personal or intimate interactions, ranging from 1 1/2 to 4 feet between individuals PERSONAL
___________: zone of space most often used by public speakers or anyone speaking to many people raning beyond 12 feet from the individual PUBLIC
___________: zone of space most often used for group interactions, ranging from 4 to 12 feet between individual SOCIAL
___________: zone of space most often used for very personal or intimate interactions, ranging from 0 to 1 1/2 feet between individual INTIMATE
___________: lip may tremble; corners of lips turn downward: corners of the upperlid may be raised SADNESS
__________: study of how close or far away from people and objects people position themselves PROXEMICS

Communication Skills Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

Pictures
Touching
Tone of Voice
Hairstyle
Dress
email
Telephone
Text
Facebook
Social Media
Smoke Signals
Semaphore
Morse code
Sign Language
Eye Contact
Facial Expressions
Hand Gestures
Body Language
Listening
Speaking
Writing
Reading

Nonverbal Communication Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

Message expressed by nonlingquistic means nonverbal communication
Nonverbal behaviors that match the thoughts and emotions the comunicator is expressing linguistacally are called? complementing
Expressions that replace verbal interjections substituting
Enphasizing oral messages accenting
Influencing the flow of verbal communication regulating
A mixed message contradicting
Inadvertant signals of deception leakage
Emphasizing punctuality, schedules and completing one task at a time monochronic
A flexible schedule with multipletasks polychronic
Body position and movement kinesics
The degree to which we face toward or away from someone with our body, feet, and head body orientation
What your position says nonverbally about how you feel posture
Movements that accompany speech but don't stand on thier own illiustrators
Deliberate nonverbal behaivors that have a precise meaning and are known to virtually everyone within a cultural group emblems
Unconcious bodily movements in response to the environment adaptors
Self-touching behaviors manipulators
Slow-motion epressions microexpressions
Nonverbal, vocal messages paralanguage
The study of touching haptics
The study of the way people and animals use space proxemics
The first of Hall's four spatial zone: skin contact to 18 inches away intimate distance
2nd spatial zone : 18 inches to 4 feet away personal distance
3rd spatial zone: 4 to 12 feet away social distance
Hall's furthest zone public distance
Comments "accompanied by gestures" repeating
A common example of contradicting mixedmessage
Movements of the hands and arms gestures
Any geographical area we assume "rights" to territory
The study of how humans use and structure time chronemics

Communication Skills Review Sheet Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

Communication that involves how a person carries themselves. Body Language
Communication that shows attention to a person sending a message. Eye Contact
Communication that involves speaking or saying a message. Verbal
Waving at someone to say "Hello" is an example of ________Commuication. Gesture
A skill required to make the pathway of communication complete. Listening
The process of sending and receiving a message. Communication
Posters, Signs, colors, images, objects are examples of ____________Communication. Visual
Message barrier where the recipient is distracted or not paying attention. Inattention
Communication barrier that involves sending a message in a confusing way. Poor Expression
Communication barrier where recipient predetermines the full message before completion. Premature evaluation
Letting feelings and thoughts effect how a message is presented. Emotion
Contradiction to a message. "Sitting there running" Inconstistancy
Being born with a mouth disease that makes speaking difficult. Physical
Starting a message without engaging the listener first. Insufficientwarning
Not responding to text may create a ________barrier. Lackoffeedback
Barrier where external factors affect a message. Interference
Being afraid that you will be judged for expressing your opinion. Insecurity

Face to Face Communication Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

Good manners
Visual
Verbal
Non verbal
Difficulties
Culture
Interact
Closed
Open
Clear voice
Confidence
Positive attitude
Loud voice
Body language
Good posture
Eye contact

Speech Communication Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

Body Language
Eye Contact
Facial Expressions
Feedbacl
Gesture
Handshake
Interpersonal
Interview
Intimate Distance
Intrapersonal
Johari Window
Listen
Non Verbal Message
Perception
Personal Distance
Personal Space
Posture
Problems
Public Distance
Respect
Role Play
Self Talk
Social Distance
Tone of Voice
Understanding

Communication Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

____________ is an exchange of information through the use of words or actions. communication
Three parts of all communication: ____________, receiver and message. sender
The better you communicate, the stronger your ____________ are likely to be. relationships
True or False: Verbal communication is the kind of communication people use least. False
In _______________ communication, you get your message across without using words. nonverbal
Body language sends messages by posture, ____________, and facial expressions. gestures
An example of nonverbal communication is a _________________. smile
Careful ______________ is necessary for effective communication. listening
________ is having a sense of what to do or say to avoid offending others. tact
When speaking, make clear ________ statements and be specific. simple
When speaking use ___________when you express ideas or give suggestions. examples
Use body _____________ to show you are listening carefully. language
An advantage of writing out your thoughts is being able to make changes ______ sending. before
A challenge is writing out your thoughts is that the _____________ can not ask what you meant. receiver

Communication Skills Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

body language
smile
morse code
semaphore
texting
eye contact
pitch
clarity
volume
tone
posture
makaton
pace
non verbal
verbal
passive listening
active listening
listening

Communication Skills Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

Nodding your head is an example of Minimal Encouragers
In your own words restating what someone has said Paraphrasing
Crossing my arms is an example of what Body Language
Letting you know my feelings in first person is an example of I Statements
My body language should match what I am trying to Communicate
Paraphasing lets the speaker know you are listening and is an opprotunity to Clarify
If someone share along story with me it might be a good idea for me to create a brief statement with the main points. This is an example of Summarize
If my body is slumped down with no eye contact, but I tell you I am fine this might lead to Miscommunication
An I statement should include using first person I, what is impacting you, how it impacts you, and What you would like
Minimal Encouragers are used to let the person know it is okay to continue talking