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Detailed Lesson Plan in Designing the Questionnaire and Establishing Validity and Reliability

Class: No. of students:

Time: 1-hour Date Prepared:

Subject: Date Checked:

Prepared by: Date Approved:

Checked by: Approved by:

I. Objectives

Cognitive: The learner demonstrates understanding of designing the questionnaire as one of the
measurement tools.

Affective: The students will be able to participate actively in class discussion.

Psychomotor: The students will be able to apply this lesson in everyday

II. Subject Matter: OC11.1 Nature and Elements of Communication

1 Definition

References: What is communication? (Wikipedia)

https://www.skillsyouneed.com/ips/what-is-communication.html.

III. Instructional Materials: Laptop, projector (PowerPoint Presentation), Chalkboard, and speaker.

IV. Time Allotment………………………………………………………………………………………………….….60 mins.

Prayer………………………………………………………………………………………………………………......1 min.

Attendance…………………………………………………………………………………………………………….1 min.

Motivation…………………………………………………………………………………………………….……...3 mins.

Lesson Proper………………………………………………………………………………………………………43 mins.

Generalization……………………………………………………………………………………………….……...3 mins.

Evaluation………………………………………………………………………………………………….………...6 mins.

Assignment……………………………………………………………....………………………………………....2 mins.

Closing Prayer……………………………………………………………………………………………………….1 min.

V. Procedure

Teacher’s Activity Student’s Activity


A. Presenting the New Lesson

T: Any task or transaction that requires more


than one person can only be successfully
completed with communication.
The task that is completed with communication in
The teacher then tells an anecdote.
our story is where to find the “exit” in the school.
The teacher then asks questions.
Yes, it is.
Comprehension Questions?
Yes, there were challenges at first before the task
1. What is the task or transaction that is
was successfully completed.
completed with communication in our
story?
2. Is it successfully completed with
communication?
3. Were there any challenges that
happened before the task was
successfully completed with
communication?

B. Establishing a Purpose for the Lesson


T: For today, we aim to comply the
following: (the teacher will prompt the
students to read the following learning
objectives)

1. The students will be able to define


communication.
2. The students will be able to
participate actively in class All students will read the
discussion. objectives
3. The students will be able to
demonstrate confidence in oral
communication through quick Q and
A activity.

C. Presentation of the Lesson


In your own words, what is Communication is
communication? (Encourage the students exchanging information.
to define communication in their own
simplest way.)

D. Discussing New Concepts and Practicing


New Skills #1

Show a picture. Let the students tell what


they see and what message do they get
out from it?

Discuss:

1. After looking at the picture, does it Yes, it does. It says something


say something to you? about the message was sent, was
received and then understood.

2. Is there “communication” happening Yes, there is a communication


this way? happening.

E. Discussing New Concepts and Practicing


New Skills #2

(Listen to the following responses. Try to


think of the right question.)

Choose random students to answer the


right question for the given responses
they’ve heard.

F. Developing Mastery
The T will choose random students to
answer some questions.

G. Finding Practical Applications of Concepts


and Skills in Daily Living

Communication is simply the act of


transferring information from one place
to another.

Every day, we are communicating in


different ways:
1. Spoken/Oral or Verbal
Communication: face-to-face,
telephone, radio or television and
other media.
2. Non-verbal Communication: body
language, gestures, how we dress or
act – even our scent.
3. Written Communication: letters, e-
mails, books, magazines, the internet
or via other media.
4. Visualizations: graphs and charts,
maps, logos and other visualizations
can communicate messages.

Communication is the key to your success in


relationships, in the workplace, as a citizen of
your country and across your lifetime.

H. Making Generalizations about the Lesson

What is communication? Communication is a process of transferring


information from one entity to another.
What is Oral communication? Oral communication is a process of
transferring information through spoken
words from one place to another.
What is the difference between oral and verbal
communication?

Verbal vs. Oral The difference between oral and verbal


Verbal applies to things that are put into words, communication is thatVerbal applies to
whether written or spoken, while oral pertains to things that are put into words, whether
the mouth and to the things that are spoken. written or spoken, while oral pertains to
the mouth and to the things that are
I. Evaluating Learning spoken.

Circle the right answer for each question.


(Attached is the sample of the quiz.)

REMARKS: ____________________________________________________________________________

REFLECTIONS: __________________________________________________________________________