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Subject: ORAL COMMUNICATION IN CONTEXT

Module: 17
Week: 17 (4 hours)
Lesson: Types of Speeches
Content Standard: The learner realizes the rigors of crafting one’s speech.
Performance Standard: The learner proficiently delivers various speeches using the principles of
effective speech delivery.
Learning Competencies:
(1)The learner distinguishes types of Speeches (EN11/120C-IIcj-23)

Suggested Initial Task Final Task


Tasks
The learner distinguishes types of Speeches.
Task 1.1 Paired Activity (INFORMATIVE) Task 1.1. ROLE PLAY
Activities
Source: https:www.speechandlanguagekids.com/teaching-
Choose a partner and talk about any of the children-repair-communication-breakdown/
following topic. Distinguish the purpose why
they are talking: Think of a situation when you came across your
1. Interests classmates or friends in any of the following
2. Hobbies places below. Act out a conversation. Then, show
3. Sports activity how the communication is terminated. (Use
4. Favorite artist scripts if needed.)
5. Favorite food
Rubric for Rating
Rubric for Rating
Points Indicators Use of polite words to terminate
5 Shows eagerness and cooperation to do conversation…………………….….…..10 points
the task Delivery and Presentation………..…….10 points
4 Shows eagerness and cooperation to do
the task, good followers only
Total...……………………………….... 20 points
3 Participated but late, with teacher’s
supervision.
2 Activity was done but does not show
eagerness to participate or cooperate
1 No interest in participating the activities

Task 1.2. ROLE PLAY Task 1.2. VIDEO ANALYSIS


Source: Oral Com for SHS By Edroslyn J.Fernandez, Ph D. et
In a group, perform a role play on the following al , C&E Publishing p.92
scenarios:
Watch and analyze the video of David Gallo,
1.Teacher discussing the types of speeches Underwater Astonishment, TED Talks
2. A barangay official tackling a barangay Video URL
ordinance https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YVvn8dpSAt
3. A health worker educating the couples about 0
family planning.
Guide Questions:
Note: At the end of the role playing activity, write a 1. What is the video all about?
reflection why there is a need for us to have a 2. Why do you think the speaker did the
purpose when we communicate. video? What is his purpose?
3. Explain in 3-5 paragraphs how the
Rubric for Rating speaker delivers his speech and carries
out his purpose.
Criteria E VG G F (The number of correct answers will determine the score.)
(4) (3) (2) (1)
The content of the
presentation is
detailed, well-
organized, shows a
strong
understanding of the
topic
Organization

Delivery and
Presentation

Task 1.3. DEBATE Task 1.3. VIDEO ANALYSIS


Task I. (PERSUASIVE)
Watch the sample video “Tara na Byahe Tayo,”
There will be an orientation about the rules in URL: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Nb06LPZ9N8Q
conducting a debate.
Guide Questions:
The class will be divided into two groups. They will 1. What is the video all about?
choose a current issue which will be used in a 2. Are you convinced with what was on the
debate. video?
1. Anti-Tambay act (Truancy) 3. Why do you think the speaker did the
2. Extra-Judicial Killing video? What is the purpose of it?
4. Explain in 3-5 paragraphs how the
Rubric for Rating speaker delivers the speech and carries
Criteria Percentage out the purpose. If you have chance to
Persuasive argument 40% improve the video, how will you
Smooth delivery of evidence 30% convince the tourists to visit our
Validity of relevance of 20 country?
examples given
Consistency and clarity 10% Rubric for Rating
Total 100% Criteria Percentage
Relevance 40%
Organization and expression 30%
Grammatical structure 10
Concreteness of answer 20%
Total 100%
Task 1.4 ROLE PLAY Task 1.4. MAKING ADVERTISEMENT

Pick a strip of paper with different scenario and In group, brainstorm about the beautiful places in
prepare a 5 minute role play to convince the persons your community. Decide which one is the best
involved. place. Then, advertise the place that you have
chosen by creating a video presentation.
Scenario 1: While you are in a mall with your mom Showcase the tourist attraction in your
you saw the latest gadget which you think is community to convince your audience to visit
beneficial for your study. How will you persuade your place.
her to buy it for you?
Rubric for Rating
Scenario 2: Your friend has a failing grade in
VGE (5)

English because every time he/she enters the class


GE (4)

LE (2)
SE (3)

N (1)

he/she doesn’t care about the discussion. You CRITERIA


always caught him using his phone busy on his/her
social media account. Convince him/her to refrain
from using his/her phone. 1. Video
presentation is
Rubric for Rating well-
Criteria E VG G F organized.
(4) (3) (2) (1) 2. Message is
The content of the expressed
presentation is clearly.
detailed, well- 3. The elements
organized, shows a of
strong Communicati
understanding of the on are
topic complete.
Organization
4. Ideas are
communicated
Delivery and vividly and
Presentation meaningfully.
5. Viewpoints
expressed fit
role played
TOTAL

GRAND TOTAL /25

Legend: VGE- Very Great Extent; GE- Great Extent; SE-


Some Extent; LE-Little Extent; N-Not at all
Scoring: VGE (21-25); GE (15-20); SE (11-15); LE (6-10);
N (1-5)

Other Task 1.2. GUESS THE PURPOSE Task 1.2. VIDEO ANALYSIS
Suggested
What are the purposes of the following actors and Source: Oral Com for SHS By Edroslyn J. Fernandez, Ph D.
Activities et al , C&E Publishing p.94
actresses when they perform on stage? Write your answer
on the table.
Entertaining Speech
 Dolphy Watch the video of Will Stephen, How to sound Smart
in Your TEDx Talk, TEDx
 Vice Ganda
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8S0FDjFBj8o
 Yaya Dub
 Eugene Domingo Write a reflection about the video highlighting the
 John Santos purpose of the speaker and how to apply the learning
 Michael V. you gained from the video.

Personalities Abilities Purpose

(The number of correct answers will determine the score.)

Summative Test
Source: (Oral Com. for SHS by Edroslyn p. 95)

Write True if the statement is correct and False it is incorrect.


___1. A speech can be classified according to kind.
___2. There is no need to emphasize how listeners can benefit from information.
___3. A persuasive speech aims to provide new knowledge or latest discovery.
___4. Deductive reasoning entails presenting the evidence before stating the conclusion.
___5. Deductive reasoning starts with a general idea and then moves on to specifics to illustrate the general principle.
___6. It is good to inject humor to a speech regardless of the speech objective.
___7. Personal appeal is effective when the speaker is accepted by the audience as an expert in the subject.
___8. Logical appeal persuades the audience by appealing to the intellect.
___9. An entertaining speech cannot be informative.
___10. A pun refers to a play of words.