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August 6, 2018

LESSON PLAN IN ORAL COMMUNICATION


GRADE 11

I. OBJECTIVES
At the end of the lesson 85% of the students are expected to:
a. identify the two types of communication;
b. differentiate verbal from nonverbal communication;
c. participate actively in the classroom discussion; and
d. perform the given communication tasks using the given rubric.
A. Content Standard
The learner understands the nature and elements of oral communication in context.

B. Performance Standard
The learner designs and performs effective controlled and uncontrolled oral communication activities based on
context.
C. Learning Competency
The learner distinguishes the unique feature(s) of one communication process from the other.

II. CONTENT
Verbal and Nonverbal Communication
III. LEARNING RESOURCES
A. References:
a. Oral Communication by DepEd
b. http://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/communication
c. http://catalog.flatworlsknowledge.com/bookhub/5?e=carpenter-ch12_s03
d. http://www.notesdesk.com/notes/business-communications/types-of-communication
e. http://study.com/academy/lesson/types-of-communication-interpersonal-non-verbal-oral.html
IV. PROCEDURE
Teacher’s Activity Students Response
A. Preliminaries
Prayer (To be led by a
Checking of Attendance representative.)
Teacher’s Activity Students Response

B. Motivation
Today we are going to have some fun. (The students will be
grouped into two.)
But before that, let us divide the class into 2 groups.
Yes. No.
Are you familiar with the game charades?

I have here pieces of paper and all of them contain titles of a movie. One representative
from each group will pick a piece of paper and he/she will act whatever title he/she
picked. Other members of the group will guess the act. You are given 1minute to guess
the word. Each correct answer is equivalent to 1 point. A 5 seconds steel will be given
to the 2nd group if the first group failed to guess the title of the movie.

Is that clear?
If that’s the case, let’s start the game.

ACTIVITY
The game that we had a while ago has something to do with our topic for today. (Reading of the
But before that let us take a look at our objectives for today. Can someone read these? objectives)

On the activity you were able to guess some of the titles of the movies, right? We used words.

What did the group use in guessing the titles that the member picked? He used actions.

What did your member use so that his/her group mates can guess the word?

The game only tells us that we do not only communicate using the words but actions as
well. This ways of communication are called verbal and nonverbal.

I have another activity for you. I want you to identify whether these sentences belong to
verbal or nonverbal communication.
1. Talking with your friend about your crush.
2. Raising one eye brow.
3. Agreeing to someone by nodding.
4. Making an interview.
5. Waving to someone.
6. Engaging in an argument.
7. Giving instructions in a game.
8. Asking for clarifications regarding the workshop.
9. Poking someone.
10. Putting some of your hair at the back of your ear.

ANALYSIS:
The teacher will analyze the work of the students.

 Where do you think the sentence belongs?


 Why did you put this sentence in verbal communication? Nonverbal
communication?
 Why did you say so?

ABSTRACTION:
Let’s find out if your answers are correct by defining verbal and no verbal communication.

Verbal communication refers to the form of communication in which message is


transmitted orally.

For example, when we talk to someone we are transmitting the information orally.

Can you give me more example of verbal communication?

Nonverbal communication is the sending or receiving of wordless messages. Nonverbal


communication involves:
 eye contact
 facial expressions
 posture
 touch or haptic
 gesture.
Can you give me examples of nonverbal communication?

Generalization: Who can differentiate verbal from nonverbal communication?

APPLICATION
Small Group Differentiated Activities (SGDA) (10 minutes)

Count off from 1-4. Proceed to your respective groups and choose your leader.
Each group will be given a different task to perform. You are given 5 minutes to
prepare.

 TASK 1: Make 10 “hugots” of any topic and share it to the class.


 TASK 2: Compose a short song about verbal and nonverbal
communication.
 TASK 3: Perform a short role play and integrate the types of
communication.
 TASK 4: Draw a poster that shows the types of communication.

Criteria:
Content (delivery, style) -------40%
Creativity--------------------------30%
Presentation-----------------------20%
Teamwork-------------------------10%
100%

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Prepared by:

KRIS G. LABIOS
Teacher-applicant