comunication

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Braille

Each cell represents a letter


Different versions of braille


Invented by Louis Braille 1809

Teacher of the blind


Used in other languages like Chinese


Used by blind people


  • Louis Braille 1839

  • Teacher of the blind
  • He was blind
  • Chinese braille, maths and chess too

Body language

  • Non-verbal communication
  • Use it without realising
  • 'leakages'

  • Mouthguard - said something wrong
  • Shoulder shrug - don't know something

  • Ring - ok
  • Collar pull - stress

  • Thumbs up - positive

  • Rubbing hands - expecting something good to happen

  • Gestures can be most direct from of body language signals

  • Thumbs up and thumbs down

  • Show happy, sad emotion

bibliography

google images,Mrs Gerdes.

Sign Language

Deaf

Different signs

Action for each letter

  • 5th century BC
  • 19th century sign language was just letters
  • Each country has its own form of SL
  • Use your hands, doesn’t need you to talk
  • A gestural form of communication
  • Widely used today


  • 5th century BC
  • 19th century sign language was just letters
  • Each country has its own form of SL
  • Use your hands, doesn’t need you to talk
  • A gestural form of communication
  • Widely used today

uses hands

Semaphore flags

  • Square that is red and yellow
  • Dress the ships for ceremonies
  • Navy
  • Signalling system

  • Marine signal flags

  • Short messages

  • Alphabet signalling system

  • 8 different positions

  • Square - red and yellow

  • Maritime - navy uses it.

  • Sailors use it to communicate to other ships

  • Flag signalling system wave a pair of hand held flags

  • Still used today

morse code

  • 1836 Samuel Morse demonstrated morse code

  • Electrical signals
  • Used in war, shipping, military

  • Dots and dashes

  • Each letter has a different pattern
  • Transmit text info

  • Used a lot in WW2

  • Not used anymore
  • Dash and dots

  • Dots are shorter and dashes are longer

  • Pilots, air traffic controllers and blind people use it.
  • It is heard

  • Not often used today

  • Communication now relies more on satellites