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Detailed Lesson Plan in Oral Communication

I. Objectives
A. realizes the rigors of crafting one's speech
B. proficiently delivers various speeches using the principles of effective speech delivery
C. Distinguishes types of speeches ( EN11/12OC-IIcj-23)
II. Content
Types of Speeches
A. According to purpose
o Expository/informative Speech
o Persuasive Speech
o Entertainment Speech
III. Learning Resources
Reference: Oral Communication in Context Textbook For Senior High School and
internet
Materials: Cartolina, Manila Paper, Chalk, Bond paper, Scissors and computer for
encoding the materials.
IV. Procedures
A. Learning Activities

Teacher's Activity Student's Activity


A. Routine
I. Prayer
Let us pray first, May I ask Alben to lead the prayer? Let us pray…..
Thank you Alben.
Good Morning Class!
Before you take your seats, kindly check if there are Good morning Ma'am Cervantes!
pieces of paper under your chairs. pick it up and arrange
you chairs properly.

II. Checking of Attendance


Now, let us check the attendance, section class
monitors, do we have absentees today? Class monitors answer…

How was your weekend class?


It's good to know that everybody enjoyed their Student answer…..
weekend.

III. Motivation
Class I want you to stay with your group and study the
following scenario on the board.

Scenario: Students go and stay with their


" You were assigned by your principal to be your group mates.
School's event planner. Now, your task is to organize a
welcome program for a foreign visitor."

You have 10 minutes to discuss the steps you will take to


organize the program. Assign one representative who will
share the output of the group.
( when done with the task)
Let us give a hand for group 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 Students discuss steps with their
group mates.
How did you plan the program?

Very good! Student clap their hands

What difficulties did you encounter while planning? Student raise their hand
Very good! Student answer….

Yes that is the most crucial part in planning a program or


events. Student raise their hand
Student answer….
B. Discussion
Just like events planning or any other activities, writing
an effective speech follow certain steps or process.

Figure 1. The Schematic Diagram

 Conducting an audience
analysis
 Determining the purpose of
the speech
 Selecting a topic
 Narrowing down a topic
 Data gathering

 Editing and /  Selecting a speech pattern


or revising  Preparing an outline
 Rehearsing  Creating the body of the
speech
 Preparing the Introduction
 Preparing the conclusion

Speech Writing Process


Students raised their hands..

From that diagram what have you observed? Student answer…

Yes, the process for writing is not chronological


or linear, rather, it is recursive . That means you have the
opportunity to repeat a writing procedure indefinitely, or
produce multiple drafts first before you can settle on the
right one.
If you are going to make a speech based on the
diagram, the steps that you are going to follow were?
Student raise their hands
Fritz please read

Very good Fritz! Fritz read the text inside the box
So those were the steps in making a speech

Let us first discussed the first two steps in writing


process

Audience analysis entails looking for into the


profile of your target audience. This is done so you can
tailor-fit your speech content and delivery to your
audience.

The profile includes the following information:


 demography ( age range, male-female ratio,
educational background and affiliations or degree
program taken, nationality, economic status,
academic or corporate designations)
 situation ( time, venue, occasion and size)
 psychology ( values, beliefs, attitudes, preferences,
cultural and racial ideologies, and needs)

Let us move on to the next


Please read Mary Christ
Mary Christ: Determining the
Very Good! purpose of the speech.
The purpose for writing and delivering speech can
be classified into three.

Class please read in unison.


The students read in unison
 Informative speech provides the audience with
a clear understanding of the concept or idea
presented by the speaker.

Example: weatherman speaks updates about


the weather condition.

 Entertainment speech provides the audience


with amusement.

Example: comedienne delivering punch lines

 A persuasive speech provides the audience


with well-argued ideas that can influence their
own beliefs and decisions.

Example: A politician speaking in a Meeting de


A Vance
Who can give me an example of an Informative Student answer
speech?

Very good!
How about an example for an Entertainment Student answer
speech?

Very good! Student answer


An example for a Speech to persuade?
Yes ma'am!
Very good class! So questions? Are these clear to
you?
So, those were the types of speech according to
purpose.

Generalization
Always consider the occasion and the type of
audience when you write and prepare for a speech. Doing
so will ensure that you select the appropriate language as
well as the verbal and non verbal supporting materials to
help you fulfill your speech purpose.

Application
Identify the specific purpose of the following speeches.
Then explain/defend your answers briefly.

______________ 1. Newscast
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______________ 2. State of the Nation Address
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______________ 3. Eulogy
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______________ 4 Valedictory address
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______________ 5. Proclamation of winning candidate
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______________ 6. Anti-smoking
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______________7. Game show host spiel
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______________ 8. Comedy routine
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V. Evaluation

Identify the purpose of speech from which each line was lifted.
1. I will always remember you, my dear friend. May you rest in peace.
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2. It is an honor and great privilege to introduce to you our guest speaker….
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3. Climate change is real. We must act now!
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4. Metaphors abound in daily language.
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5. This is a surprise. I don't know if I deserve this more than the other nominees.
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Prepared by:

Anna Marie Carmen A. Cervantes


SHS Teacher II