ACTIVITY 1

These are specific instances of communication
that may or may not use Regulation/Control.
Identify where these instances use
Regulation/Control (whether verbally or
nonverbally) or not.
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The teacher looks sharply at the noisy
students.
REGULATION/CONTROL NON-VERBAL
The yaya combs the little girls’ hair.
EMOTIONAL EXPRESSION NON- VERBAL
The janitor tells the students to move away
from the area of the corridor he is cleaning.
REGULATION/CONTROL VERBAL
The group of boys asks the bus driver to stop
in front of the bank.
REGULATION/CONTROL VERBAL
The bus driver tells the boys that he can only
stop at the next bus stop.
INFORMATION VERBAL
At the mention of “Fire!” the office manager
directs all the employers to the nearest fire
exit.
REGULATION/CONTROL NON-VERBAL
The contestant delivered a speech on saving
the trees in Sm Baguio.
MOTIVATION VERBAL
A priest leads the people who are waiting for
the arrival of Pope Francis at the Luneta in
singing various welcome chants.
REGULATION/CONTROL NON-VERBAL
A younger sibling is teased until he/she cries.

EMOTIONAL EXPRESSION NON-VERBAL
10. The vendors on the sidewalks keep
calling out to passerby to attract their
attention.
MOTIVATION VERBAL

The girl discussing what happened at the party they all attended last night. Asking the janitor where the comfort room is. People sympathizing with the families of the soldiers. The office manager telling the clerk to retype the contract. 1. The soldiers not reacting to the President’s speech. MOTIVATION 4. INFORMATION 10. SOCIAL INTERACTION 8. INFORMATION 2. Trying to find out why a sibling is crying. EMOTIONAL 9. EMOTIONAL ACTIVITY 3 . The janitor talking about the kinds of students he/she encounters. REGULATION/CONTROL 6. The employees teasing the office manager during his/her surprise birthday party. Eating dinner quietly with the family. The boys calling out to a friend to come over and join them. SOCIAL INTERACTION 7. SOCIAL INTERACTION 5. SOCIAL INTERACTION 3.ACTIVITY 2 From the following: Choose the specific instances of communication that may or may not be Social Interaction.

2. Did the speaker achieve the purpose known? Yes. ACTIVITY 4 . How did the speaker make their purpose known? The speaker make the scene more relatable to reveal their purpose. 4. vocal tone and eye contact supported the purpose? The actors used some gestures and eye contact to support their purpose. it was delivered well. What verbal cues such as language and words chosen did the speaker use? The speaker used the dialogues of the actors and music as a verbal cues. Note the verbal and non-verbal cues used in the video/film.Watch a video/film to see a sample of the particular function under study. 1. 3. What was the specific topic of the communication activity? The topic of the movie is all about a two siblings who separated to each other and their mother had a favoritism. What non-verbal cues such as gestures body action. 5.

Cortez They’re 5 children in their family. . 1999 16 Years of age Born in his house 2nd oldest son of Annabella T. He is the 2nd oldest son while the oldest son. Astilla and Mario M. Astilla. He is always there in my happiness and worst moment that happened in our life. named MC Anthony T. Cram is my friend. Let’s go with his personality. Marc Angelo also known as Cram. it came from reversing his name.INTERVIEW Marc Angelo Tolentino Astilla December 26. Actually. We had many crazy moments that is funny and it always happen in summer season.

To achieve clarity we must speak the same language as our listeners. One way to help you build credibility is through effective non-verbal communication. When you talk to others you should not assume too quickly that they understand the message that you convey. Considerethics in your speech at all times. T 10. . T 2. Effective use of nonverbal communication can strengthen your message. Use of too many fillers can distract your listeners. F 6. There are certain words that are only appropriate at certain times and places. T 5. T 8. T 1. How you communicate reflects who you are as a person. When you communicate choose what you want to say and how you want to say it.ACTIVITY 5 Write T before each number if the statement is True and F if the statement is False. T 3. T 7. T 9. Verbal communication is better than nonverbal communication. T 4.

The speaker transmit or sends out a message 4. The speaker generates an idea 2. The receiver decodes or interprets the message based on the context 6. Schramm Model of Communication 4. The speaker sends or provide a feedback . Lack of confidence 4. Use of Jargon 3. 3. Speaker Message Encoding Channel Decoding Receiver Feedback Barriers Context 1.ACTIVITY 6 INTRUCTIONS: Complete the semantic web below with a word or group of words relevant to communication. 6. 1. The speaker encodes an idea or converse an idea into words or action 3. DEFINITION S BARRIERS 5. Completeness Conciseness Consideration Concreteness Courtesy Clearness 7. 8. 5. Emotional Barrier 2. Correctness MODELS 1. White’s Model of Communication ACTIVITY 7 ELEMENTS 1. 2. Communication is a process Communication occurs between two or more people Communication is a sign of interaction Communication can be expressed two words non-verbal or both at the same Communication is a process of relaying a message whether verbal/non-verbal COMMUNICATION PROCESS FEATURES 1. 2. 3. 7. 3. 5. The receiver gets the message 5. Aristotle’s Model of Communication 2. Shannon and Weaver Model of Communication 3. 6. 9. Noisy Environment 1. 4. 2. 4. 4.

create a list of 5 Dos and 5 Don’ts which your fictional citizens adhere to when they attend a casual dinner party with friends. Describe your country using the following guidelines. ACTIVITY 7 .INSTRUCTIONS Create a fictional country. Note: you have to come up with rules.     What is the name of the country? What are its citizens called? Is it an island or is it land-locked? What is its tourist attraction? (provide a picture)  What is your country famous for? (give at least 5)  What ate the citizens known for?  What are the similarities and differences of its citizens to Filipinos? Describe the way these citizens use language.     Behavior Language use (give at least 25 words/phrases) Non-verbal cues Values Describe on these general traits. Make sure to have a descriptions of the following. as well as their traits.

PEENOISE Peenoise Peenoisians National Anthem: Peesong Land-locked The Peenoise’ high-tech gadgets The Peenoise is famous from the following: The high-tech mouse Cool car Flying bicycle Gorgeous and Handsome citizens with a heart .

LANGUAGE Peemelian.Father Peerits.Uncle Peensan.Male Peebitch.Phone Peera.Mother Peekulay.Flower Peetie.Word Peephone.Water Peere.House Peesis.Untie Peemilya.Female Peeogi.Money Peelap.Wealth Peebro.Beautiful Peebig. BEHAVIOR As I said a while ago their country is wealth so no one is poor to the peenoisians because they used to share the things that they have and others do not have. DIFFERENCES: As we know most of the Filipinos are suffering in poverty but in this country they are rich and famous because they are helpful.Family Peeotit.Color Peedad.Laptop Peepee.Brother Peehaws.SIMILARATIES: Both of them are kind and helpful.Beach Peemom.People Peekpeek.TV Peewerd. They are helpful to each other and they have a unity to form a peace country.Sister Peenoisian.Speak Peeteeve.Cousin .Handsome Peemalian.

Compassion.  They used to participate and enjoy the party that they attended. . They’re not abusing the party. Peenoisians has a tradition about drug addiction. Kindness.NON-VERBAL CUES Wink. DO’S OF PEENOISIANS In terms of attending party the do’s of Peenoisians are the following:  When it comes to birthday party they also had a birthday gift. They had unity to form a peace country. They had an allergy in drugs so that they are not using and involve in that issue.Yes Peace Hand Gesture. They’re not smoking.Angry Beso-Beso.  The way the Peenoisians dresses is formal. The factors of unity that they had are Loyalty. They’re not drinking wine. Peace and so on. DON’TS OF PEENOISIANS      They are not wearing a short and sleeveless.No Nod.  They are friendly to the people in the party  They used to eat and be contented to the foods in the party.Greetings Raising your Eyebrow. They’re not wasting foods.Happy VALUES Peenoisians known as a wealth country.

“There’s a lot of tradition involved in all of it. chef and co-owner of Le Bernardin in New York City and judge on Top Chef. For example. The France titled as Palace of Lovers. French cuisine consists of the cooking traditions and practices from France. 3. different regions in France may treat chicken differently—Burgundy makes coq au vin. . Roman writers noted the presence of three main ethno-linguistic groups in the area: the Gauls. the largest and best attested group. French cooking may seem sophisticated. the Aquitani. What is now France made up the bulk of the region known to the Romans as Gaul. “It’s ultimately about creating a harmonious dish that elevates the quality of the main ingredient. but it’s not rocket science. 2. 4. and the Belgae. were Celtic people speaking what is known as the Gaulish language.ACTIVITY 8 1.” explains Eric Ripert. the Basque region makes Chicken Basque [stewed chicken and vegetables with earthy spices]—but it’s still all about the chicken. The first written records for the history of France appear in the Iron Age. The Gauls. The best time/season to visit the country of France is during summer because of the Eiffel tower in Paris.