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Let’s practice pronunciation

• You should pay a puppy for you not to be


punished.
• Always pray to reach the peak of a perfect place.
• Let’s buy pants and plants with a pack of pup.
• Students are busy studying physics, philosophy,
and philology.
• Pay a pair of pants to a pure pale American
IMPORTANCE OF VERBAL
AND NON-VERBAL CUES
• CUES – are prompts that listeners and speakers
say or show to expect a response or reaction.
• VERBAL CUES – used n giving instruction,
asking questions or delivering a speech since
they are clearly articulated in words.
• NONVERBAL CUES – are nonverbal behavior or
objects to which meaning is assigned.
• ORAL TEXTS – performed and verbally
transmitted using arts and language
TYPES OF VERBAL CUES EXAMPLE

1. DIRECT CUES ARE CLEARLY COMMUNICATION OF


ARTICULATED STATEMENTS PARENTS TO CHILDREN,
OF INSTRUCTIONS. THESE TEACHERS TO STUDENTS,
ARE USED TO MAKE VERY BOSS TO SUBORDINATES,
CLEAR THAT THE LISTENER IS ETC.
EXPECTED TO DO OR SAY
SOMETHING IN RESPONSE.
2. INDIRECT CUES ARE COMMUNICATION IN JOB
PROMPTS THAT TEND TO BE INTERVIEWS, PAGEANTS,
LESS OBVIOUS ABOUT WHAT OPEN FORUM, ETC.
IS EXPECTED AND MIGHT
COME IN THE FORM OF A
QUESTION.
FUNCTIONS OF NONVERBAL CUES

1. SUBSTITUTING FOR AND REPEATING WORDS USING


EMBLEMS.
2. COMPLEMENTING AND ACCEPTING WORDS USING
ILLUSTRATORS
3. CONTRADICTING WORDS USING MIXED MESSAGES
4. REGULATING VERBAL INTERACTIONS USING REGULATORS
5. DEFINING THE SOCIAL AND EMOTIONAL ASPECTS OF MANY
INTERACTIONS AND RELATIONSHIPS USING ACCENT
TYPES OF ORAL TEXTS
• PROVERB – usually a short saying, popularized by
society or particular group that expresses truth, offers
guide to good conduct and warn against foolish acts.
• "A tree is known by its fruit“ – African Proverb
• "Give a man a fish and you feed him for a day; teach a
man to fish and you feed him for a lifetime“ – Asian
Proverb
• POETRY
• SONG
• RIDDLE – a question form of a statement or even one word hint
for brainteaser to be identified by the listeners.
• Who makes it, has no need of it.
Who buys it, has no use for it.
Who uses it can neither see nor feel it.
What is it? – COFFIN
• I'm tall when I'm young and I'm short when I'm old. What am
I? – CANDLE
• What gets broken without being held? – A PROMISE
• ORAL NARRATIVE – a story delivered by an orator or performer.
• MIXED GENRE – a performance with the combination of one or
more types of oral texts.
• What did you feel after watching the video?
• What did you learn about the condition of the
environment as a whole? Mention some concrete
examples.
• What will you promise to do after learning this?
• Was the speaker effective to reach its audience?
Why were you motivated to listen?
• How did you react with her challenge at the end of
the speech?
EFFECTIVE ORAL
COMMUNICATION:
CHARACTERISTICS and
STRATEGIES
CHARACTERISTICS OF GOOD
CONVERSATION
• A good conversation is vocal.
• A good conversation is reciprocating.
• A good conversation is issue-oriented.
• Good conversation is rational.
• Good conversation is imaginative.
• Good conversation is honest.
CHARACTERISTICS OF GOOD SPEECH
• A good speech is socially responsible.
• A good speech is compelling.
• A good speech is purposeful.
• A good speech is analytical.
• A good speech is interesting.
• A good speech is audible and animated.
• A good speech is excellently spoken.
STRATEGIES FOR EFFECTIVE ORAL
COMMUNICATION
• LISTEN ACTIVELY. • SPEAK POLITELY AND
FRIENDLY.
• SPEAK PRECISELY.
• SPEAK FLEXIBLY.
• SPEAK CLEARLY.
• DO NOT ARGUE.
• SPEAK SIMPLY.
• BE INTERESTED.
• SPEAK WITH
APPROPRIATE PAUSES. • BE HONEST.