Topic: Types of Communication
The two main forms of communication are
verbal and non- verbal.
the sending and receiving of a information.
Spoken language includes conversations and speeches.
Written language includes books, newspapers, and e-mail.
Body and face movements show feelings.
Deaf people use sign language.
Photographs, paintings, music, and movies can communicate
feelings as well as facts.
and then speech.
About 30,000 years later humans started making paintings
and sculptures on the walls of caves.
The invention of the printing press in the 1400s was a major
advancement in technology as it let printers quickly
make copies of a text.
Telecommunication is communication over long distances.
In ancient times past pigeons carried written messages.
Before trains and cars, messengers on foot or on
horseback carried letters.
Public postal services only started in the 1500s and 1600s.
Since then, telecommunication has become faster thanks to
television, telephones, and the Internet.