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TYPES OF SPEECH STYLE

ORAL COMMUNICATION
WEEK 8
LESSON OBJECTIVES:

Identify the various types of speech styles,


Practice effective interpersonal skills and
intrapersonal skills;
Exhibits appropriate verbal and non-verbal
behavior in a given speech context
Query

Know thyself
This style is private,
which occurs between
or among close family
1. INTIMATE
members or individuals.
The language used in
this style may not be
shared in public.
This style is common
among peers and
2. CASUAL
friends. Jargon, slang,
or the vernacular
language are used.
This style is the standard one.
Professional or mutually
acceptable language is a must in
this style. Examples of situations
3. CONSULTATIVE are communication between
teachers and students,
employers and employees,
doctor and patient, judge and
lawyer, or President and his/her
constituents.
This style is used in formal
settings. Unlike the
consultative style, this is one-
way. Examples are sermons
4. FORMAL by priests and ministers,
State of the Nation Address
of the President, formal
speeches, or
pronouncements by judges.
This style is frozen in
time and remains
unchanged. It mostly
occurs in ceremonies.
5. FROZEN Common examples are
the Preamble to the
Constitution, Lords
Prayer, and Allegiance to
country or flag.
EXAMPLES:

By virtue of the power vested upon me, I


now
so help me God.
By the decree
We anoint you with the oil of salvation
SPEECH STYLE ACTIVITY

Lights, camera, action!


FIND ANY PROFESSIONAL IN YOUR COMMUNITY, AND CONDUCT AN
INTERVIEW ON HIS/HER STRATEGIES IN DEVELOPING HIS/HER
INTERPERSONAL AND INTRAPERSONAL SKILLS IN THE
WORKPLACE. HAVE A VIDEO RECORDING OF YOUR INTERVIEW,
AFTER SEEKING THE PERMISSION OF YOUR INTERVIEWEE.
CONSIDER THE FOLLOWING IN YOUR INTERVIEW.

1. Planning
a. Determine the purpose of the interview.
b. State the major points clearly.
c. Choose the right person to be interviewed.
d. Consider the date, time, and place of the interview.
e. Outline the interview.
f. Prepare list of questions related to your interview.
2. Interview Stage
a. Bear in mind the purpose of the interview.
b. Relax and be polite, patient, and considerate.
c. Show courtesy and respect to your interviewee. Do
not give your opinions.
d. Thank your interviewee after the interview.

The videos will be assessed by your teacher.


QUIZ NO. 3
Decide what speech style is used in the given context.

1. talking to a counselor or psychiatrist


2. giving last-minute instructions to players
3. delivering campaign speeches
4. delivering a speech at the UN Summit
5. delivering news reports
6. talking and laughing about memorable
experiences
7. communicating while playing sports
8. having a one-on-one conversation with
a loved one
9. delivering an oratorical speech
10. leading a prayer before meal
11. reading school policies
12. talking to a superior
13. reading pledge of allegiance to the flag
14. talking to a stranger
15. inquiring at a hotel
ANSWER
1. Consultative 9. Formal
2. Consultative 10. Frozen
3. Formal 11. Frozen
4. Formal 12. Consultative
5. Formal 13. Frozen
6. Casual 14. Casual
7. Casual 15. Consultative
8. Intimate