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Republic of the Philippines

Department of Education
Caraga Administrative Region
AGUSAN DEL SUR NATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL
Operating Unit (Empowered School)
Website: www.asnhs.webs.com
Telefax # 085-839-5804
School ID: 340247\

QUARTER 2- SEMI DETAILED LESSON PLAN IN ORAL COMMUNICATION

DATE August 2, 2019

I. OBJECTIVE

CONTENT The learner ecognizes that communicative competence requires


STANDARDS understanding of speech context, speech style, speech act and
communicative strategy
PERFORMANCE The learner demonstrates effective use of communicative strategy in
STANDARDS a variety of speech situations.
LEARNING 1. The learner identifies the various types of speech context
COMPETENCIES (EN11/12OC-Ifj-15)
(Write the LC code) 2. The learner exhibits appropriate verbal and nonverbal behavior in
a given speech context ( EN11/12OC-Ifj-16)
SPECIFIC By the end of the lesson duration, the learner will be able to:
OBJECTIVES: 1. Distinguish the different types of speech context through a
video clip
2. Perform a 2-minuter live radio segment
II. CONTENT SPEECH CONTEXT: INTERPERSONAL COMMUNICATION

III. LEARNING 1. Oral Communication Teaching Guide (Pages 29-30)


RESOURCES: 2. Oral Communication Learning Material (Pages 37-38)
3. Websites (www.youtube.com)
4. Powerpoint Presentation
5. Paper and Pen
6. Laptop, Television, Camera, Sound System, HDMI
IV. PROCEDURES A. Preliminary Activities
 Prayer
 Checking of Attendance
 Food for Thought
 Reading of House Rules
 Review of the Previous Lesson
 Presenting of Lesson Objectives
B. Activity (Pre-Assigned)

Activity 1-Dear DJ

The teacher has divided the class beforehand into three groups.
Each group was assigned a certain topic: Group 1- Love, Group
2- School, Group 3-Family. These topics are the most common
predicaments of Senior High School students which will be
discussed in their radio segments.

Boni Radio 99.9 has three radio segments which is then


delegated to the three groups. Within each segment, the group
should have a caller and a disc jockey while the rest of the
members will act as the radio listeners. The caller will ask an
advice regarding their assigned predicament and the DJ will
share his/her point-of view. Each group will be given 1 minute to
prepare and 2 minutes to carry out their segment.

Note: This activity is not graded and is solely for the purpose of
group presentation.

C. Analysis

The thing that you did a while back has something to do with our
topic for today. Hence let me ask you these questions:

 Who are the communicators involved in the radio


segments?
 How will you describe each situation?
 What were the different nonverbal cues that were carried
out by the communicators?

Since we already discussed intrapersonal communication, let us


have another speech context. What do you think will be our topic
today?

Interpersonal Communication- refers to communication between


or among people and establishing relationship between or among
them. TYPES OF INTERPERSONAL CONTEXT

1. Dyad Communication – occurs between two people.

2. Small Group – involves at least three but not more than


twelve people engaging in a face-to-face interaction.:

3. Public - refers to the type of communication that requires


you to deliver or send the message before or in front of a
group it needs to have a loud voice, gestures are also
important and we can use visuals or power point
presentation while delivering our speech.

4. Mass Communication - takes place through television,


radio, newspapers, magazines, books, billboards, internet
and other types of media

Exhibiting appropriate verbal behavior (vocal behavior or the way


the message/words were delivered) and nonverbal behaviors
(body language we use when interacting) with oneself h

Activity 2

The learners will watch a video from Youtube that showcases the
different types of speech context. Another video will be viewed with
regard to the verbal and nonverbal cues in public communication.

Follow up questions:
1. Were you able to distinguish the different speech contexts
present in the video?
2. What are the verbal and non-verbal cues presented in the
second clip? How are they different from the verbal and
nonverbal cues used in other speech contexts?

D. Application

-Imagine your 16 year-old self in your first day of Senior High


School. You’re a transferee student and you have no friends at all.
You’re anxious and scared of the changes. How will you apply
interpersonal communication skills at the moment? Do you think
you’d be able to survive Senior High School if you have no
interpersonal skills?

E. Assessment/Evaluation

Written Task: Activity 3

Paper and Pencil Assessment

 The students will get a ¼ sheet of paper and a pen.


 The teacher will project a 5-item quiz.
 The student will answer the questions in 5 minutes.
 They will exchange their answer sheets with their seatmates.
 The checker shall affix his/her signature, name and date.
Quiz

Identify the type of interpersonal speech context that is present in


the following situations.

1. The SSG Presidential candidate is delivering campaign


speeches at the covered court to convince the students to
vote for him.
2. Layla confesses to her bestfriend Angela that she is three-
months pregnant.
3. The news reporter is doing a live coverage of the Marawi
siege.
4. Miya and five of her closest friends are having a bridal
shower for her.
5. Sir Sandro scolds the whole class for not watering the
plants in their vegetable garden.

F. Mastery

Individual Activity (Differentiated Learning)


 Each student will get to choose the activity that he/she will
be completing in accordance to his/her skills. A general
question will be given by the teacher which is answerable
depending on their chosen activity.

Question: Interpersonal skills are people skills. They’re the


skills we use when communicating and collaborating with others.
Interpret the adage, “No Man is an Island” by choosing one of the
following activities depending on your skills and interests.

Poetry Writing: Compose a three stanza poem with 4 lines in


each poem persuading your readers that no man is an island.
Write your poem in a whole sheet of paper. (Criteria: Meaning
and Originality- 40%, Grammar-20%, Sensory Details- 20%,
Form-20%)

Poster-Making: Create a poster that illustrates why no man is


an island in a white cartolina. Utilize different art materials.
(Creativity-35%, Neatness-15%, Organization-20%, Originality-
30%)

2-Minute Vlog: Interview 3 people by asking them their thoughts


on the quote no man is an island. Submit your vlog by uploading
it online. (Criteria: Content Quality- 30%, Video Quality- 25%,
Sound Quality-20%, Creativity-25%)

Prepared by: Checked and Observed by:

DARLENE MHER C. DELA CRUZ ROSE MARIE C. LOBENDINA, MT-II


SST-1 Rater