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A DEMO-TEACHING LESSON PLAN

ORAL COMMUNICATION IN CONTEXT


GRADE 11
March 17, 2017

I. LEARNING OBJECTIVES
At the end of the 60-minute English period, 75% of the students should
be able to achieve the following with at least 75% level of success:
A. Explain what is communication;
B. Enumerate the elements of communication;
C. Appreciate the advantages of effective communication;
D. Depict a scenario which shows communication.

II. LEARNING CONTENT


A. Topic: ORAL COMMUNICATION AND ITS ELEMENTS
B. References: Balgos & Sepacio. 2016. Oral Communication in Context
for Senior High School (For Senior High School). C & E Publishing Inc.
C. Materials: DLP, hand-outs
D. Skills: Speaking, Language

III. Procedure
A. Presentation of the Lesson
1. Checking of Attendance
2. Review of the Previous Lesson
3. Stating of Objectives
a. Today, we will discuss about communication and its elements
4. Motivation
a. through a video clip
b. through comprehension questions
What do you think is lacking between the two characters in the
video clip? Why is it that the worker were not able to put up the designed
plan of the house?

B. Development of the Lesson


Communication – is a process of sharing and conveying messages
or information from one person to another within and across channels,
context, media and cultures (McCornack, 2014).
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.

Elements of Communication
Communication is divided into its elements which help us better
understand its mechanics or process. These elements are the following:
a. SPEAKER – the source of information or message
b. RECEIVER – the recipient of the message, or someone who decodes
the message
c. MESSAGE – the information, ideas or thoughts conveyed by the
speaker in words or in actions
d. CHANNEL – the medium or the means, such as personal or non-
personal, verbal or nonverbal, in which the encoded message is
conveyed
e. ENCODING – the process of converting the message into words,
actions, or other forms that the speaker understands
f. DECODING – the process of interpreting the encoded message of the
speaker by the receiver
g. FEEDBACK – the reactions, responses or information provided by the
receiver
h. CONTEXT – the environment where communication takes place
i. BARRIER – the factors that affect the flow of communication

C. ENRICHMENT ACTIVITY
BLINDFOLD ACTIVITY/TRUST WALK ACTIVITY
This activity is associated with the demonstration and evaluation of
the use and effect of verbal and nonverbal symbols in effective interpersonal
communication.
Procedure:
1. This exercise is done in pairs.
2. Select a classmate to be your partner for this exercise. It should not be
someone you know very well.
One person will act as a guide for his/her partner, who is blindfolded and
cannot see.
3. The guide’s task is to lead the “blind” follower around the environment, and
stimulate as many of his/her senses as possible except sight (e.g. pressure,
touch, heat, cold, wind, sun, running, walking, etc.). This exercise will be done
inside the classroom.

Processing/Discussion Questions
1. How did it feel to be a guide? Did you enjoy the experience? Do you feel
like you gained (or lost) your partner’s trust? Why or why not?
2. How did it feel to be a blindfolded and led? Did you enjoy the experience?
Why or why not? What, specifically, did your partner do to gain (or lose) your
trust?
3. While blindfolded, what sensations did you find particularly stimulating?
Would you have found them stimulating if your partner had led you around not
blindfolded?
4. While blindfolded, what sensations did you find particularly disturbing?
Would you have found them disturbing if your partner had led you around not
blindfolded?
5. What did you learn from this exercise in relation to communication? What
reinforced what you already knew? How can you transfer what you learned
about trust from this exercise as a guide and follower to interpersonal
relationships?

GENERALIZATION
Communication – is a process of sharing and conveying messages
or information from one person to another within and across channels,
context, media and cultures (McCornack, 2014).
Its elements are: speaker, receiver, message, channel, encoding,
decoding, feedback, context and barrier

IV. EVALUATION
A. Directions: Write the elements of communication which is being
described in the following item.
_______________ 1. The reactions, responses or information provided by
the receiver
_______________ 2. The environment where communication takes place
_______________ 3. The information, ideas or thoughts conveyed by the
speaker in words or in actions
_______________ 4. The factors that affect the flow of communication
_______________ 5. The process of converting the message into words,
actions, or other forms that the speaker understands
_______________ 6. The process of interpreting the encoded message of
the speaker by the receiver
_______________ 7. The source of information or message
_______________ 8. The recipient of the message, or someone who
decodes the message
_______________ 9. The medium or the means, such as personal or non-
personal, verbal or nonverbal, in which the encoded
message is conveyed
_______________ 10. A process which occurs between two persons.

V. ASSIGNMENT
Read/research on the process of communication.

Prepared by:

CARLA NAVARRO
Applicant