SIGNIFICANCE OF THE STUDY The primary beneficiaries of the study are the participants who will benefit positively from the program. The program is the answer to the need for more preparation for student advancement in response to the demands of speech and oral communication and consequent enhancement of subject learning. The research will serve as resource data for curriculum makers of the school for relevant programs for effective communication. The study is significant to the private college institution in its being a testimonial to the schools trust of developing a culture of a research. A salient contribution of the study is its impact on the teacherfacilitators responsibility and accountability to its students, to the school, and to the teaching professor. This is yet most significant to the researcher from the prespective of academic fulfillment.