Nonverbal Communication Activities for High School

Instructor: Shanna Fox

Shanna has been an educator for 20 years and earned her Master of Education degree in 2017. She enjoys using her experience to provide engaging resources for other teachers.

Engaging your high school students in applying nonverbal communication skills is an important task that can help them throughout their lives. Use these activities to help students practice posture, facial expression, eye contact, and gestures.

Nonverbal Communication Activities

Helping your high school students understand the intricacies of nonverbal communication can be a fun experience for all of you. Use these activities to spark student interest, encourage communication, and show the relevance of nonverbal communication in getting one's message across. In these team, partner, and whole class activities, students will engage with one another and explore how posture, facial expression, eye contact, and gestures contribute to nonverbal communication.

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