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Teaching Guide

Oral Communication in Context


Topic: Five Elements of Communication

 Verbal and Non-verbal Strategy

1. Explain the difference between the verbal and Non-verbal communication
2. Identify the different types of verbal and non-verbal communication
3. Apply suitable verbal or non-verbal techniques in interaction


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Distinguishes the The learner portrays

Designs and performs The learner interacts,
unique features confidence and
effective controlled and exchange and create
of one expertise in expressing
uncontrolled oral meanings through
communication himself/herself
communication the use of various
process from the proficiently towards
activities based on verbal and non-verbal
other others aided by the
context. strategies
different principles of
communication and
verbal and non-verbal
Introduction  Prayer
 Ice breaker
 House rules

Motivation Video Presentation of Eddie Murphy as he tries to communicate

to one of the crew in the fast food

Guide questions:
1. What did you observed upon watching the video?
2. What do you think would be the impact of this manner of
interaction with another people?

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The teacher divides the class into 2 heterogeneous groups. He/
She will provide each group strips of papers containing their
assignment or topic. Each student on the team becomes an
“expert” on one topic by working and sharing with members from
other teams assigned the corresponding expert topic. Upon
returning to their teams, each one turns teaches the group about
his/her expert topic. Works well for acquisition and presentation
of new material and review.


Situation 1: A kindergarten is satisfied with the drawing of

Situation 2: A librarian wants a group of noisy students to
observe silence

Your teacher will divide the class into three groups. This activity
follows the
format of a charades game, and the objective is to guess unknown
words in the shortest time
Your teacher will assign a category for each group. Assign a
timekeeper in your group and
prepare ten pieces of one-fourth-sized paper and a small empty
box or pencil case. Think of
words or phrases related to your category and write each word in
a piece of paper. Fold each
piece to hide the word.
Remember not to choose words that are very difficult to guess.
Follow the guidelines below.
• At least two members of the group must be familiar with the
word’s meaning.
• A word should only be composed of a maximum of eight letters.
• Proper names are not allowed, but they can be used along with
other words.
• Foreign words and technical terms are not allowed.
Each round of the activity proceeds as follows:
• Each group will assign two representatives who will act out or
describe the unknown word.
The remaining group members have to guess the word within one
• To start, the representatives from Team A will draw a piece of
paper from Team B’s box.
• They have five seconds to view the word, after which Team B’s
timekeeper will start the
• The representatives will then have their teammates guess the
word through gestures.
Drawing or writing on the board is not allowed.
Evaluation Form groups of seven or eight members to present a short conversation about
any of the given topics. Identify the persons talking and the proxemics zone
applied. Used space and paralanguage for interesting details.

1. A huge pile of garbage on the street

2. Restoration of death penalty
3. Behaviour of students in the canteen
4. 8am to 7 pm curfew for minors
5. Jeepney fare hike

Teaching Guide
Oral Communication in Context

Topic: Functions of communications

1. Distinguish the different types of function of communications
2. Compare and Contrast each functions of communication
3. Use specific functions of communication in specific based contexts


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Discusses the Use the different

Writes a 250 word essay Employ the various
functions of functions of
of his/her objective functions of
communication communication in a
observation and communication in
evaluation of the both controlled and
Identifies the
various speakers uncontrolled
watched and listened to conversational
Watch and listen
to sample oral
Introduction  Prayer


The teacher will present pictures to the learners;

1. What observations have you made from the pictures presented in the
2. How is it important that people must know how to communicate?


World Map

The students will be grouped into two. The number 1 group will form a circle
inside the bigger circle which will be the group 2. The group 1 will make a
rotation on a clockwise directions and the group 2 on counter clockwise
directions in look of their pairs. Each student is holding a paper containing a
number of assigned concepts. Each member will be given 1 minute to speak of
what their idea on the given topics so with the other.




Using a concept map, discuss and cite examples on the different functions of

Enrichment Give an example of a written or oral communication seen in the
following. Identify its function.

School Canteen
Written: Line starts here
Function: Regulation/Control

1. Public Transport (jeepneys, buses, trains, taxi)

2. Fast-food Restaurants

3. Office

4. Place of Worship

5. Police Station

6. Classroom


Role Play

In a group of seven with five members the class will present specific situation in
a one act play applying the different functions of communications tackled in the

( Groups will be rated using Scoring Rubrics)