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I.

Objectives
At the end of the lesson, the student should be able to:
a. Differentiate verbal communication from nonverbal communication
b. Appreciate the value of verbal and nonverbal cues in communication.
c. Perform a specific scene from a particular play or movie using verbal and nonverbal
communication.
II. Subject Matter
Topic: Verbal Communication and Nonverbal Communication
Reference: Balgos, A. R. and Sipacio, F. J 2016. Oral Communication in Context for
Senior High School. C and E Publishing, Inc. Quezon City.
Materials: Laptop, projector, pieces of paper
III. Procedure

Teacher Task’s Learner Task’s


A. Preparation
a. Prayer
b. Greetings
c. Checking of attendance

B. Review The barriers of communication are:


Yesterday we discussed about the barriers a. Emotional barriers
of communication. Can someone tell once b. Use of jargons
again the things that hamper c. Lack of confidence
communication? d. Noisy environment

Precisely! I’m glad that you still remember


those barriers to communication.
C. Motivation Yes
Today, we are going to have some fun by
having a game that I think you are all
familiar with. Sound interesting right? (The students will be grouped into two)

But, before that you will be group into two Yes


first.

Do you know the game charades? Yes

That’s good. So you are already familiar


with the mechanic of the game, right?

I have here pieces of paper and all of them


contain titles of the movie. One
representative of each group will pick a
piece of paper and he/she will act whatever
title he picked. Others member of the
group will guess the act. Each correct
answer is equivalent to 1 point. A 5 second
steel will be given to the other group in
case the other group will not be able to
guess the title.
Is that clear? Yes
(The student will do the activity)
If that is the case let’s start the game.
D. Discussion Yes
Now, the thing that you did a while back
has something to do with our topic for
today. But before that let’s take a look at
our objectives for today. Can someone
read these?

Yes
Is everything clear? We use words

They use actions


On your activity a while ago, you were
able to guess some of the titles of the
movie, right?

What did you use in guessing the titles that


your classmates picked?

What about in guessing those titles, what


did one of your classmates use?

(A student will read the definition of verbal


Exactly! So, it mean that not just through communication)
words we can communicate, but, through
action as well.
(A student will read the things to consider in
The thing that you did a while back has verbal communication)
something to do with verbal and nonverbal
communication.

Now, let’s take look what verbal


communication is? Please read.
Nonverbal communication is an interaction
(The teacher will expound the term) where actions are used to convey a message.

There are things that we need to consider


in verbal communication. Can you read
them?

(The teacher will explain this things)

Now, if there is verbal communication


there are also nonverbal communication.
What do you think is this?
Very good!
In other words, nonverbal communication
is an interaction without the use of words. Yes
Our actions and behavior can be used
instead.

Now there are reasons why mastery of non


– verbal communication is very important.

(The teacher will flash these reasons and


will explain these) (The student will do the activity)

Is everything clear?

E. Application
Now, with the same group a while ago,
you are going to prepare a short role Verbal communication is the used of words to
playing about a particular scene from a convey a message or to express a feeling to
movie or play of your choice. Verbal and someone, while nonverbal communication is
nonverbal communication should be seen the interaction to others without the use of
in your presentation. words but actions and behavior instead.

F. Generalization

Can someone differentiate verbal and


nonverbal communication?

Very good! Do you have any questions?


None

IV. Evaluation
Directions: Write T if the statement is true and F if the statement is false. (1/4 sheet of
paper)
1. Consider ethics in your speech at all times.
2. Effective use of nonverbal communication can strengthen your message.
3. How you communicate reflects who you are as a person.
4. One way to help you build credibility id through effective nonverbal communication
5. There are certain words that are only appropriate at a certain times and places.
6. To achieve clarity, we must speak the same language as our listeners.
7. The use of many fillers can distract your listeners.
8. Verbal communication is better that nonverbal communication.
9. When you talk to others, you should not assume too quickly that they understand the
message you convey.
10. When you communicate, choose what you want to say and how you want to say it.

V. Assignment
1. Search for other nonverbal cues that are used in communication.
2. Have an advance reading about intercultural communication.

Prepare by: Observed by:

Teacher Lily Valesco Jennifer P Cawaling


English Teacher Principal II
August 20, 2019
Grade Level & Section: 11 HUMSS – A
Room number: CBC 201
Learning Area: Oral Communication
Class Period: 1: 00 – 2: 00 pm

Content Standard
 Recognizes that communicative competence requires understanding of speech context, speech style,
speech act and communicative strategy.
Performance Standard
 Demonstrates effective use of communicative strategy in a variety of speech situations.

Learning Competency
 Distinguishes types of speech style and identifies social situations in which each speech style is
appropriate to use. (EN11/12OC- Ifj-17) (EN11/12OC- Ifj-18)

I. Objectives
At the end of the lesson, the student should be able to:
a. Distinguish types of speech style and identify social situations in which each speech style is
appropriate to use
b. Show active participation in class discussion
II. Subject Matter
A. Topic: English (Types of Speech Style)
B. References:
a. DepEd K to 12 Basic Education Curriculum Senior High School Core Subject ( Oral
Communication in Context)
b. Essentials Introductory Linguistics By: Grover Hudson .(2000) .pp. 471-475
c. https://core.ac.uk/download/files/379/11730428.pdf
C. Time Allotment: 1 hour per day
D. Strategy: Cooperative Learning
E. Skills/Values: Cooperation and Create several short conversations or skits in which they act
out all the different types of speech styles in various situations;
Attitudes: Discuss the value of tactfulness in communication.
F. Instructional Materials: video, powerpoint presentation, laptop, TV, cartolina and pilot pens,
individual print of the poem Litany, Vocabulary worksheet, Reflective journal Slip
III. Procedure
A. Preliminary activity
Prayer
Checking of Attendance
B. Review
What did we discuss last meeting? What are the functions of communication?
C. Drill
To test whether you understood our lesson. We will have a short drill. I have here sentence
flashcards. Identify the function of communication depicted in each card.

1. I love you. You’re my only reason to stay alive if that’s what I am.
2. The outside world is a dangerous place, filled with horrible, selfish people.
3. The three main elements of public relations are practically as old as society.
4. Wake up every morning and tell yourself, “I can do this.”
5. Listen to me. The human world is a mess.

Motivation/ Introductory Activity

Motivation
Class, I have here a photo of my new friend. Do you know her?
That’s right. This is Dora and she likes to visit Don Pablo Lorenzo National High School.
She wishes to have an adventure in a highland. Do you like to go with her?
That’s fantastic. So you will accompany Dora and be her tour guide as she explores “Dahilayan,
Bukidnon”.
So you and Dora go to Dahilayan and while you are there you meet some people.
I want you to imagine what you or Dora says and how you say it as soon as you meet each of them.

First you meet… (Show a picture of Dora’s friend)


Do you know him? Who is he?
Wow you know him very well.
What do you think Dora will say as soon as they meet?
Awesome. How about you meet these two ladies. Who are they? (Show picture of two ladies)
What will you say to them?
How about the next person? (Show a picture of the Principal)
Very Polite. How about the next. Who can tell me who the person is?
What will you say?
That’s amazing. You address him politely using his rank title.
Great. What have you observed with the utterances you have just made?
How about the style or manner of your speech?
Have you spoken to the above people in the same style or way?
Most importantly how did you say it?
How about your formality as you talk to them?
That’s perfectly answered. You are right. Your styles and the degree of formality vary depending on
the persons to whom you are talking to.

Defining terms
Before we will discuss the types of speech styles, let us first unlock the word style. What comes to
your mind if you hear the word style?
You are all correct.
To sum up, style is a particular manner or way of behaving, doing, creating or performing a thing.
How about speech style. What is your idea of it?
Excellently uttered.
Let’s have a uniform definition of speech style. Everybody read.
Speech style is the form of language that a speaker uses and it is characterized by the degree of
formality.
This implies that the language used by speakers varies based on given situations or settings and the
persons involved.
Analyzing dialogue excerpts
Alright class, I have here dialogue excerpts. Please identify the situation or setting and the speakers
that each excerpt represents.
I will call two volunteers to read each excerpt.
A. Eduardo, do you accept Amor as your lawful wife?
Yes, I do.
B. Good morning. Please take a seat, Your Holiness, Pope Francis.
Thank you, Mr. President.
C. Good Morning, Doctor, may I ask you a question?
Certainly, how can I help you?
D. Hi Maricel, What’s up? How’s your life?
I’m great, Wilma.
E. Hello honey, how was your day? Great. We got a lot done, Hon. And yours?
Analysis
Thank you. Now let’s go over the excerpts again and analyze the language used in the given
situations.

Let’s start with the first.


Who are the people talking in the dialogue?
Certainly. What do you think is the situation?
What have you noticed with the speech used? How about the language used?
Very good. The vow of marriage has been the same in the past until the present. The language has a
pattern and it is frozen or cannot be changed.

Let’s proceed to the second excerpt. Who are the speakers? Are they in high rank positions?
What can you say about the formality of the language?
Correct. How about their manner of speaking? How about the way they address each other?
Excellent answers.
What do you sense as to their relationship? Are they close or not?
When do you think this style is most appropriately used?
Well said. So how do you call the speech style employed in the second utterances?

We will come now to the third excerpt. Please tell the class who the speakers are.
Great. What do you think is the purpose of the patient?
Wonderful. There might be an important matter she needs to know.
Do you think the doctor is the right person to consult to?
Magnificent answer.

Please read the fourth excerpt.


Who are conversing in the dialogue?
Definitely. How do you know they are friends?
I’m impressed. How about the language used?
You are the best. What style is employed?
Correct. Since friends have casual relationship they should also use ordinary or casual language

Kindly read the last excerpt.


Whose lines are in the dialogue?
How do you know that they are so?
That’s amazing. How do you describe the language used?
You’re the best. When is this style of speech used?
Exactly. So what speech style is utilized in this example?

Abstraction
If the first set of dialogue excerpt has the language which is patterned and it is frozen or cannot be
changed. What do you think is the speech style used in the excerpt?

If the second excerpt showed a formal used of a language, so how do you call the speech style
employed in the second utterances?

If the third excerpt showed a scenario of a patient consulting to a doctor, so what speech style is
employed in the dialogue?

If the fourth dialogue excerpt showed two friends having a casual conversation, what style is
employed?
If the fifth excerpt showed intimacy in their conversation, what do you think is the speech style used
in the excerpt?

What are again the five types of speech styles?

How does each style differ?


Perfect. Why should we vary our language styles?

Practice

-Performing a Play
-Answering Practice Exercises
Writing and Performing dialogues
Application
This time I will divide you into 8 groups. Let’s have differentiated activities. We will call this
activity, “ It’s Showtime”.
“ It’s Showtime”.

Mechanics :

Each group will be assigned to a certain situation.


Be able to present it creatively using the appropriate speech styles.
You are given 5 minutes to practice and 2 minutes to present.
Each member of the group shall have a role to play and speech lines to utter.
Rubrics:
Appropriate style and language used - 5 points
Grammar- 5 points
Delivery - 5 points Creativity / Interpretation - 5 points Teamwork - 5 points Total - 25 points
• Developmental Activity
For me to find out whether you understood our lesson, let’s have an activity entitled, “ Identify Me”.
“ Identify Me”
Directions: Identify the speech style appropriate to use in the social situation shown in the given
photos.
1. Between childhood best friends Intimate

2. Between a priest and parishioners (Mass) Casual

3. Between fiancés Intimate

4. Between an employer and an applicant Formal

5. Between a pediatrician and a baby’s mother Consultative

6. Between groom and bride exchanging vows in marriage ceremony Frozen


Let’s Make and Play”
Mechanics:
1. Pair with someone and create just a two sentence conversations or skits.
2. Act out the different types of speech styles in various situations shown in the photos in activity
“Identify Me”.
3. Present it to the class.
4.

Criteria:
Appropriate style and language used - 5 points
Grammar - 5 points
Delivery - 5 points
15 points

Values Integration

Alright class. I am happy that you were able to make your conversation skits correctly. You were able to use
appropriately speech styles in a certain situation.
This means that you know what to say and when to say things.

Do you think you should always be tactful or careful on what you will say? Why?
Perfect. Another.
Bravo. Your values are truly developed.
We must not be tactless but we must be tactful or we must say the right word, to the right person at the right
place so that we could not hurt other people.

IV. Evaluation
A. Paper Pencil Test
For our paper pencil test, answer this very short test. Please get ¼ sheet of paper.
Directions: Choose the best statement based on the situation.
1. Company director to employee
a. I need to talk to you.
b. Ms. Brown, could you come here for a moment?
c. Hey, get over here. Jane,
2. One colleague to another
a. Excuse me, do you think you could possibly give me a hand?
b. Give me a hand.
c. Excuse me, could you give me a hand?
3. Stranger to a man in the street
a. Could you tell me the time, please?
b. The time, please.
c. Hello there, how are you?
4. Waiter to customer
a. What do you want?
b. What would you like today?
c. Do you think you could possibly tell me what you would like to eat today?
5. Employee to department manager
a. Mr. Brown, could I have a word with you this afternoon?
b. Frank, I need to talk to you.
c. Mr. Brown, do you think it would be possible for me to speak with you this afternoon?
6. Husband to wife
a. How do you do?
b. What's up?
c. Excuse me dear, I was wondering how you were feeling.
7. Teacher to student
a. Do exercise 1, now!
b. Please do exercise 1.
c. Would you mind doing exercise 1?
8. Brother to sister
a. Hurry up!
b. Pardon me, can you please get ready?
c. Shall we go my dear?
9. Company director to employee
a. Ms. Smith, you look fantastic today!
b. Jane, you are a knock out!
c. How are you today Ms. Smith?
10. Customer to receptionist
a. Give me my bill.
b. The bill, please
c. I was wondering if I could trouble you for the bill.

V. Assignment (“Watch and Write”)


Mechanics:

1. Watch your favorite primetime “teleserye” or talk show tonight.


2. Choose a certain situation or part that you consider interesting.
3. Write the dialogue exchanges of the two persons.
4. Limit your dialogue to 4-6 lines.
5. Consider the types of speech styles that are most appropriate to the chosen situation.
6. Practice delivering your dialogue as you will interpretatively read it next meeting.

Criteria:
Content - 5 points
Appropriate style and language used - 5 points
Grammar - 5 points Delivery - 5 points Total - 20 points

Prepare by: Observed by:

Teacher Lily Valesco Jennifer P Cawaling


English Teacher Principal II