2. Do you have fear being judged by others?3. How do you conquer fear?4
Arrange the jumbled letters below to form meaningful words.Awesome!Remember all of these words for we will be using these in the entire lesson.Communicative Competence is essential for a speaker to be able to understand aspeech act.(Example: the ability to use linguistic knowledge to effectivelycommunicate with others.)Speech Context1. Intrapersonal communication– is talking to oneself.2. Interpersonal communication- when a person shares thoughts, ideas, and aspirations with another person or to groups of persons.51. It refers to the situation or environment and the circumstances in whichcommunication occurs. There are three types of speech context: intrapersonal,interpersonal, and public. Intrapersonal communication is simplycommunicating within oneself.2. These are patterns of speaking characterized by distinctive pronunciation,vocabulary, intent, participants, and grammatical structures.3. It pertains to any of the acts that may be performed by a speaker in makingan utterance, as stating, asking, requesting, advising, warning, or persuading;considered in terms of the content of the message, the intention of the speaker,and the effect on the listener.4. These are the blueprints on how this information will be exchanged.
3. Public communication– is talking to considerable number of persons or acrowd or the public.(To learn more about speech contexts, you may visit this link:.)Speech Styles1. Intimate- is used in self-addressed questions or self-talk, exclamations, suddenrealizations, showing surprise, and of expressions of interest. It may be simplewords, slang, contractions, fragments or expressions.2. Casual- when one uses contractions, slang, simplified grammar and dropping“that” in statements; or cracks jokes, talks with family or friends; and writesblogs, tweets, or advertisements; one demonstrates casual communication.3. Consultative- when one exhibits interest in conferring with other people ontopic, project, program, activity, or letting them participate in decision-making,one uses the consultative style.4. Formal– is used in formal interviews, meetings in the church, bank jobinterviews, prestigious ceremonies, talking with superiors, writing formal letters,news reports, and speeches.5. Frozen– is used when one shows hesitation, disinterest, or prejudice during adialogue, conversation or conference.Speech Acts• Locutionis the utterance itself. The meaning of such an utterancedepends on where, when, why, and how it was said, who the speaker is, or to whomit was spoken. The real intended meaning is called illocution. The response oflistener to the utterance is known as perlocution.Communicative Strategies• These are plans/ways/means of sharing information which are adopted toachieve a particular social, political, psychological, or linguistic purpose.Activity 1Read the blog entry Life’s a Beach by AJ Poliquit. Share your impression about theblog on your Face book account.