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OralCommunication inContextQuarter 1 – Module 6:Types of Speechesand Speech Style
What I Need to KnowThis module was designed and written with you in mind. It is here to help youmaster the types of speeches and speech style. The scope of this modulepermits it to be used in many different learning situations. The language usedrecognizes the diverse vocabulary level of students. The lessons are arranged tofollow the standard sequence of the course. But the order in which you readthem can be changed to correspond with your needs.The module is divided into two lessons, namely:Lesson 1 – Types of SpeechesLesson 2 – Types of Speech StyleAfter going through this module, you are expected to:1.distinguish the types of speeches according to purpose and delivery;2.determine the types of speeches used in different real-life situations;3.distinguish the types of speech style;4.identify the social situations in which each speech style isappropriate to use; and5.observe the appropriate language forms in using a particular speechstyle.Lesson1Types of SpeechesThis lesson introduces you to the world of public speaking. Take a step further toenhance your oral communication skills by learning the types of speeches youcan use in creating meaningful tasks.What’s In
In your journey toward elevating your oral communication skill, you havepreviously learned in Module 5 that communication can take place in differentspeech contexts (intrapersonal, interpersonal, public, and mass). Moreover, youwere given ideas on how you should speak when put in a specific speechcontext. As you move on to your next adventure, Module 6 Lesson 1 will prepareyou to be an effective public speaker. This exciting lesson will tackle the differentpurposes and methods of delivering a speech.Notes to the TeacherThis lesson is composed of five (5) self-paced activities.Each of the activities is scaffolded to assist the learner indiscovering the lesson on their own. The activity in theWhat I CanDopart may be modified to suit your learning set up. Happyteaching!2
What’s NewSpeechIt is human nature to express thoughts and emotions. Thus, manyspeechesorforms of communication in spoken language, made by a speaker before anaudience, have been created. Speeches are more formal than talking or usualconversations. They are primarily delivered to leave a remarkable message.Types of SpeechesIn the word puzzle below are seven (7) words that refer to jobs which commonlyrequire to deliver speeches. Try to look for them as fast as you can to lead you tothe types of speeches.BTYPOLITICIANXTJIAKEUWGESLLEKTDOCTORPTAUASFLFOGXIFQWICEDOIMBMPAPYSHWZBTESEUYFEPECNSMDNACTORFRMRPUIITROJLEHDIACAHIPVIJGNEWSANCHORYSA. VerticalB. Horizontal1. _______________________1. _________________________2. _________________________2. _________________________3. _________________________3. _________________________4. _________________________3TEACHERLAWYERPOLITICIANDOCTORNEWS ANCHORCOMEDIANACTOR
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