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Lesson Plan in Oral Communication (Principles of Speech Writing) Quarter 2 Week 2 With GAD Integration

Lesson Plan in Oral Communication (Principles of Speech Writing) for Grade 11 Senior High School.

Learning Competencies: Uses principles of effective speech writing focusing on the audience.

Attachment: Discuss demography, situation, and psychology. • Demography has to be known to determine the interest of the audience. It will also affect the language style and formality of the speech. • Situation will affect the length of speech, visual aids, and formality of the situation. • Psychology will let the writer know which appeal to use and how to situate his/her text in the context of the audience.

Objectives:

At the end of the lesson, the students should be able to:

a. identify the principles of speech writing;
b. use principles of effective speech writing focusing on audience; and
c. foster healthy relationship between the speaker and audience through using polite words.

Lesson Plan in Oral Communication (Principles of Speech Writing) Quarter 2 Week 2 with GAD Integration for Grade 11

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