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Grade Levels: Grade 11

Core Subject: Oral Communication in Use


Quarter/ Semester: First Quarter/ First Semester

Defines communication EN11/12OC-Ia-1

Explains the nature and process of communication. EN11/12OC-Ia-2

Nature and Elements of Communication

Communication is a process of sharing and conveying messages or information from one person to
another within and across channels, contexts, media, and cultures (McCornack, 2014). There is a wide
variety of contexts and situations in which communication can be manifested; it can be a face-to-face
interaction, a phone conversation, a group discussion, a meeting or interview, a letter correspondence, a
class recitation, and many others.

Nature of Communication
1. Communication is a process.
2. Communication occurs between two or more people (the speaker and the receiver).
3. Communication can be expressed through written or spoken words, actions (nonverbal), or both
spoken words and nonverbal actions at the same time.

The Process of Communication


At the end of the module, you should be able to:

 define communication
 explain the nature and process of communication

Direction: Choose an object around you to which you can compare communication. Be creative with
your answer.
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Direction: Describe the process of communication by identifying the role of its components.
Do this in your activity notebook.
(This is the analysis part of the lesson. In this part of the material, the students are asked relevant
questions in logical manner following the principles of the GPU (gradual psychological unfolding).
Meaning, questions are arranged from simple to complex that lead to formative assessment. When done
in the classroom, the teacher processes the learners’ responses to gauge understanding leading to the
development of the concept. In this fashion, the teacher acts as a facilitator of learning rather than a mere
lecturer of facts and figures. The learner gains a wider view of the lesson but at the same time draws
closer to the main topic.)

(This is the abstraction of the lesson. For this part, the abstraction and/or generalization of the lesson is
given. This is where the activity and analysis parts are integrated and given deeper meaning. This
reinforces what learners know and should know more. As such, inputs on key concepts are deepened,
discussed and clarified, then summarized.)

(This is the application part. Application manifests transfer of skills/knowledge gained into real–life
concerns. This is the practical way of how learners use what they have learned and thinking of new
ways on how it can be improved further and therefore is a validation of concepts giving more
opportunities to deepen the learnings. For the SSLM, the application activities should be done
individually.)
(This is the student’s personal reflection about the lesson. It is the part where a student shares learning
Insights/reflection and thus provides an opportunity for a learner to reflect on and assess his skills,
knowledge and comprehension. Reflection helps students grow and develop understanding more deeply,
so that they can work continuously for self-improvement.)

Example:

I have learned that ________________ ________________ ______.

I have realized that ________________ _________________ _____.

I will apply _____________ _________________ _______________.