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ORAL

COMMUNICATION 16/07/18
Ms. Katrisha Faye G. Pingol

•  Refers to an
interacEon in which
words are used to
relay a message
•  Mostly relayed
through speech or
with the use of voice

• Audibility
VOLUME PITCH RATE QUALITY
• Pleasant
• Fluency
PAUSES EMPHASIS VARIETY
• Flexibility

•  Physical makeup
•  Appropriateness
•  Psychological factors
•  Past and present •  Brevity
environment •  Clarity
•  Regional Dialects
•  ReacEons to parEcular
•  Ethics
communicaEon situaEons •  Vividness

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ORAL COMMUNICATION 16/07/18
Ms. Katrisha Faye G. Pingol

•  Pronunciation •  Articulation
The combinaEons of The process of forming
meaningful oral symbols
vowels, consonants, through the
syllables, and accents manipulaEon of
that a speaker chooses arEculators – the tongue,
to emphasize a specific soX and hard palates,
word. teeth, gums, lips, and
jaws.

•  Dialects
LET’S
No dialect is
inherently beZer or
PRACTICE!
worse than any
other. It’s not a
badge of inferiority
nor superiority.

I have a white Ted spent ten


cents for eggs.
kite. It can fly
He left them under
high in the sky. the red bed.

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ORAL COMMUNICATION 16/07/18
Ms. Katrisha Faye G. Pingol

Jimmy ate the Bill filled his pocket


bread and jam with cookies and
with two oranges. crackers. When the
He put a jar of clock struck, he ran
jelly in his pocket. out the back door.

Sally sells •  Refers to an interacEon where

seashells by
behavior is used to convey and
represent meanings
•  Transfer of meaningful

the seashore. informaEon from one person to


another by means other than
wriZen or spoken language
(Vaughan and Hogg, 1998)

•  Sign Language
Includes all codes in •  Action Language
which numbers, words, All movements that are not
and punctuaEon signs used exclusively as signals (i.e.
have been replaced by walking and drinking)
gestures.

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ORAL COMMUNICATION 16/07/18
Ms. Katrisha Faye G. Pingol

•  KINESICS
•  Object – Refers to the study of
Language hand, arm, body, and
All intenEonal and non- face movements as a
intenEonal display of form of communicaEon.
material things – The most well-known
type of nonverbal
communicaEon

•  KINESICS •  HAPTICS
q  Body Posture –  Refers to the
q  Gestures study of
communicaEon
q  Facial Signals
by touch.

•  PROXEMICS
•  CHRONEMICS
–  Refers to the study – Refers to the
of how space and study of how
distance influence Eme affects
communicaEon communicaEon.

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ORAL COMMUNICATION 16/07/18
Ms. Katrisha Faye G. Pingol

•  VOCALICS •  VOCALICS
–  refers to the vocalized q  Pitch
but not verbal aspects q  Volume
of nonverbal q  Rate
communicaEon
(paralanguage) q  Vocal Quality
q  Verbal Fillers

•  Stares •  Appearance
•  Style of ahre
•  Smiles
•  Ahtude towards
•  Movements Eme and space
•  Manners of walking •  Personality
•  Standing and sihng •  Gestures, etc.

•  It enhances and emphasizes the message of your •  It gives the audience a preview to the type of
speech, thus making it more meaningful, truthful, speaker you are.
and relevant.
•  It makes you appear more dynamic and
•  It can communicate feelings, ahtudes, and
percepEons without you saying a word.
animated in your delivery.
•  It can sustain the a4en5on of listeners and keep •  It serves as a channel to release tension and
them engaged in the speech. nervousness.

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ORAL COMMUNICATION 16/07/18
Ms. Katrisha Faye G. Pingol

•  Oral CommunicaEon in Context (2017 EdiEon) by


•  It helps make your speech more drama5c. C&E Publishing, Inc.
•  It can build a connec5on with listeners. •  Comm 3: PracEcal Speech Fundamentals
(Experimental EdiEon) by Dr. Celia T. Bulan
•  It makes you a credible speaker. •  hZp://open.lib.umn.edu/communicaEon/
•  It helps you vary your speaking style and chapter/4-2-types-of-nonverbal-communicaEon/
avoid a monotonous delivery. •  hZp://changingminds.org/explanaEons/
behaviors/body_language/kinesic.htm