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Oral Communication Plan

Lesson Plan in Oral Communication
Grade 11-Senior High School
Objectives: At the end of the session, students should be able to:
a. identify the various types of speech context(EN11/12OC-Ifj-15);
b. exhibits appropriate verbal and non-verbal behavior in a given speech context
Subject Matter:
A. Topic: Speech Context
GAD Core Values: Demonstrating appropriate behavior in a given situation
regardless of age and gender.
B. Reference: Oral Communication in Context for Senior High School
Learner’s Material, pp31-34, pp. 37-39
C. Materials: Words strips, pictures, laptop, OHP or Television, Pentel Pen,
Manila Paper
A. Preliminary of Lesson
1. Review: Ask the students to share a key word that will describe on
what they have learned from the previous lesson.
2. Motivation: With the same group, discuss in three minutes what
information can be contained in each of the following types of
communication. Fill in each box with the information needed. (The
teacher will provide manila paper)
Communicating with
between two persons
Communication in a
small group
Communication to the
B. Presentation of Lesson
1. Ask the students to present their answers and connect it to the
2. Let them establish the purpose of the lesson.
C. Lesson Proper
1. Group Activity. With the same group, use facial expressions and body
gestures to create a tableau of the following situation:
a. first day of class
b. exams week (preparation)
c. Facebook addiction
d. weekends
e. student suspension
2. Take group pictures of your tableaux. After 10 minutes, the teacher
will transfer the photos to the laptop in order to present to the class.
Show the photos to the class and have them guess the topic. (The
group who owns the photo is not allowed to guess the photos.
4. The group which guesses the most number of tableaux gets the
highest score.
1. Ask the students:
a. Based on the picture, analyze what type of speech context we
are dealing in daily lives. (The teacher will present the speech
context, and let them match it)
b. How did you identify the speech context?
c. Why do we need to recognize speech context in a given
a. How are you going to identify speech contexts in a given situation?
b. Do you think that speech context influenced your behavior?
Demonstrate appropriate behavior in a given situation regardless of
age and gender.
a. Imagine that you are in a church and you saw people seating on
different chairs, what would be the appropriate behavior you are going to
b. You are going to attend student council meeting, how are you going to
behave in a group considering your group mates are coming from different
c. You are going to lead the meeting regarding a tree planting activity?
How are you going to facilitate?
IV. Evaluation: Identify the speech context in a given situation. ½ sheet of paper.
1. You are having a meeting with your group mates.
2. You are thinking on how to pass the exam.
3. Ana is the speaker during the students’ assembly.
4. Lito, a newscaster, reported the bombing incident in Davao City.
5. Grace talked to her friend Mario during the party.
V. Assignment:
Find two persons in your community, and conduct an interview on his/her
strategies in developing his/her interpersonal and intrapersonal skills in the
workplace. Have a video recording of your interview, after seeking the
permission of your interviewee. (This will be submitted on Thursday.)
Prepared by:
Sigaboy Agricultural Vocational High School
Types of Speech Context
1. 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 for submitting your project before the due date and
you reflected on why this was so.
2. 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…” (p. 5)
Types of Interpersonal Context
a. 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.
b. 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. Example: •
participating in an organizational meeting which aims to address the concerns
of your fellow students. • You are having a discussion with your group mates
on how to finish the assigned tasks.
3. 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) Example: •
You deliver a graduation speech to your batch. •
You participate in
a declamation, oratorical, or debate contest watched by a number of people.
4. Mass Communication – This refers to communication that takes place
through television, radio, newspapers, magazines, books, billboards, internet,
and other types of media. Example: • You
articulating your stand on current issues through the school’s newspaper.