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Grade Level: Grade 12 Learning Area: Oral

Comm.
Date: June 3, 2017 Quarter: I

OBJECTIVES:
1. Identify types of speech contexts
2. Explain the importance of effective communication skills; and
3. Appreciate the use of speech context in our day to day to lives
A. CONTENT The learner recognizes that communicative competence requires
STANDARDS: understanding of speech context, speech style, speech act and
communicative strategy.

B. PERFORMANC The learner demonstrates effective use of communicative strategy


E STANDARDS: in a variety of speech situations.

C. LEARNING
COMPETENCIE 1. Identifies the various types of speech context
S/ Objectives
D. LC Code EN11/12OC-Ifj-15

E. CONTENT: EN11OC-If
Communicative Competence Strategies In Various Speech
Situations
A. Types of Speech context
1. Intrapersonal
2. Interpersonal
a.1 Dyad
a.2 Small group
3. Public
F. LEARNING
RESOURCES:
A. References

1. Teachers
guide pages
2. Learners pp. 29-34
material pages
3. Textbook Pages

4. Additional
Materials for
Learning
Resource (LR
portal)
B. Other Learning Chalk and board, DLP, Multimedia presentation
Resources
G. PROCEDURES: Teachers Activity Students
Activity
A. Reviewing
previous lesson
or presenting
new lesson
Preliminaries Before you take your seats, please pick up the
(5mins) pieces of paper and arrange your chairs.

Okay, thats enough. You may now take your


seats.
Prayer In the name of
Everybody stand up. Let us pray. Please lead the Father, of
the prayer (call a student) the Son, and of
the Holy Spirit.
Greetings Amen.

Good Morning class! Good Morning,


Attendanc Maam
e Calderon!
Checking (Teacher will call the class monitor to report
who are absent and teacher will verify)

Reading
of the HOUSE RULES
House (Students will read the rules)
Rules

1. 1. Listen to the teacher / adult.


2. 2. Listen to others.
3. 3. Put your hand up if you want to
speak / answer.
4. 4. We keep our hands / feet to ourselves.
5. 5. Respect each other.

Class, I want everybody to bear in mind our


house rules every day in class.
Reviewing of
the
previous Call three (3) students to answer. Student 1:
lesson Student 2:
Commend the students for their answers. Student 3:

Reading of the At the end of this day class, we will all be able (Students will
Objective to: 1. listen)
1. Identify types of speech
2. contexts
2. Explain the importance of effective
communication skills; and
3. Appreciate the use of speech context in our
day to day to lives
B. Establishing a
Purpose for the
Lesson THINK. PAIR. SHARE. (5minutes)
(5 mins)
Motivation 1. Ask the students to pick a partner.
2. Let them work by pair and each one them
should say their stand on the issue of
Pirated Products Vs Originals.
3. Give them 2 minutes each. Student 1:
4. Process the activity by asking one (1) Student 2:
student per question: Student 3:
a. Does your own idea/belief matter more
than the other?
b. Do you respect other peoples
idea/belief? How?
c. Would you insist that your own idea is
the best? Why?
6. Commend accordingly.
7. Explain that to effectively communicate,
we must realize that we are all different
in the way we perceive the world and
use this understanding as a guide to our
communication with others.
C. Presenting
examples/
instances of
the new lesson
4 Pics 1 Word (Powerpoint presentation, 5 (5 mins.)
Activity minutes)
(Students will
1. Group the students into 5 groups. follow the
2. Inform them that you will be having a instructions and
contest entitled 4 pics, 1 word through a participate in
Powerpoint presentation. the activity.)
3. Each slide will contain 4 pictures that are
related to one another and put 13 white
boxes at the bottom part.
4. The first group to guess the word will
earn 5 points, the next group to guess
shall have 4 points, the third group shall
have 3, the last group shall have 2 points
whoever will be declared as the winner
shall receive a prize. (5 mins.)
Analysis Student 1:
Think Further! (5 mins.) Student 2:
1. Ask the class if they familiar with the
words.
2. If not, ask the how did they come up
with such answer?
3. Explain to them the tested their prior
knowledge on the types of speech
context.

D. Discussing new The teacher will discuss the concept depicted


concepts and in each picture from the previous activity (10 mins)
practicing new through a Powerpoint presentation. This a 30
skills #1 mins.presentation.

Present slide 1 (Intrapersonal)


a. Intrapersonal This refers to
communication that centers on
one person where the speaker acts
both as the sender and the
receiver of message. The message
is made up of your thoughts and
feelings. The channel is your brain,
which processes what you are
thinking and feeling. There is
feedback in the sense that as you
talk to yourself, you discard
certain ideas and replace them
with others. (Hybels & Weaver,
2012, p 16)
Examples:
You spent the night thinking and
analyzing why a student from the
other class talked to you on the way
home and you decided it probably
meant nothing.
You felt happy while thinking
about how your teacher appreciated
you

6. Present slide 2 (Interpersonal)


a. Interpersonal This refers to
communication between and among
people and establishes personal
relationship between and among them.
Solomon and Theiss (2013) state that
the inter part of the word highlights
how interpersonal communication
connects people when you engage in
interpersonal communication, you and
another person become linked
together The personal part means that
your unique qualities as a person matter
during interpersonal communication
Types of Interpersonal Context

Dyad Communication
communication that occurs
between two people
Example:
You offered feedback on the
speech performance of
your classmate.
You provided comfort to a friend
who was feeling down.

Small Group This refers to


communication that involves at least
three but not more than twelve people
engaging in a face-to-face
interaction to achieve a desired goal. In
this type of communication, all
participants can freely share ideas in
a loose and open discussion.

7. Present slide 3 (Public)


a. Public This type refers to
communication that requires you to
deliver or send the message before or
in front of a group. The message can
be driven by informational or
persuasive purposes. In public
communication, unlike in
interpersonal and small group, the
channels are more exaggerated. The
voice is louder and the gestures are
more expansive because the audience
is bigger. The speaker might use
additional visual channels such as
slides or a Power Point presentation.
(Hybels & Weaver, 2012, p 19)
7. Present slide 4 (Mass)
Mass Communication This refers to
communication that takes place through
television, radio, newspapers, magazines,
books, billboards, internet, and other
types of media.

E. Discussing new
concepts and
practicing new
skills #2
F. Developing 5. For 10 minutes, let them answer a Fill- (10 mins.)
Mastery (Leads Students will
to formative answer.
assessment 3)

Me-In Activity for the assessment.


6. In a one whole sheet of paper ask the
students to fill the box. First column is the
type of speech context. Second column is
how they describe it based on what their
learned for the days discussion and third
is that they have to give 3 examples.

G. Finding 1. Every day in our lives, we communicate.


practical 2. Communication is everywhere.
applications of 3. From the moment we wake up, up to the
concepts and last minute of the day, we talk and deal
skills in daily with other people.
living 4. When we go to school, we talk with our
best friend (that is dyadic).
5. We also talk with our group of friends
(that is small group).
6. We deliver a speech in class (that is
public communication).
7. We watch news (that is mass
communication).
8. Hence, knowing the types of speech
context is indeed important.
H. Making It is important to understand the types of
generalizations speech context because it is evident in our
about the day to day lives.
lesson

1. Evaluate ROLE PLAYING (30 minutes) (23 minutes)


Learning 1. Ask the students to go back to their 8 minute
groupings. planning
2. Inform the class that they will be having 8 minute
a role playing based on a situation that presentation (2
you will assign to them. Give them only 5 mins/group)
minutes to think and 2 minutes each 7 minute
group for the presentation. processing
GROUP 1 Two people talking and one
of them comforted the other because
he/she was feeling down.
GROUP 2- Small group of people were
talking about the preparation for the
town fiesta.
GROUP 3- Class valedictorian gave
his/her valedictory address during a
graduation.
GROUP 4- Weather forecast for the day
(Newsroom setting)
*The teacher will prepare a rubric appropriate
for this activity.
2. Additional for
application or
renovation
3. Assignment/ 1. Research into types of speech style and (2 mins.)
Agreement write it in your journal notebook for Oral
Communication.
4. REMARKS: There is a continuation topic

5. REFLECTION:

Prepared by:
KRYSTEL GRACE L. CALDERON
FANNY ANDREA B. NARANJO
CHANDA LEE E. ESPAOLA
Teachers

Checked or
Observed: Name of Supervisor/ Principal

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Date