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  • Q1

    The communication process refers to steps used in order to respond in return successfully. Firstly, it entails several components such as the sender of the message, also called the encoder of the actual message. Secondly, the receiver of the message is also called the decoder. Next, the message may include verbal content, such as written or spoken words, sign language, email, text messages, phone calls, snail-mail, and even skywriting, John O. Burtis and Paul D. Turman note in their book "Leadership Communication as Citizenship," adding: Intentionally or not, both verbal and nonverbal content is part of the information that is transferred in a message. If nonverbal cues do not align with the verbal message, ambiguity is introduced even as uncertainty is increased. A message will also include nonverbal content, such as meaningful behavior beyond words. This includes body movement and gestures, eye contact, artifacts, and clothing, as well as vocal variety, touch, and timing. Also, part of the process is the channel used and considered. This refers to the way a message is conveyed. Lastly, feedback refers to the response or reaction of the receiver to the sender’s message. Feedback is the essence of communication. This feedback may be an oral or written message, action, or simply silence. Senior High School learners who have so many struggles with their communication skills in the English language may find it difficult to function effectively and proficiency may be learned and applied technically and conversationally if practiced the way it should be not just in the four corners of their classrooms but even outside environment.

    1. Why is learning Oral Communication important?

    A. It allows the learner to signify interest in reading.

    D. It values the way they communicate with their relatives and friends

    C. It reduces challenges and struggles as one communicates.

    B. It promotes good relationships among peers.

  • Q2

    2-3. Using the boxes, write the Process of Oral Communication.

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  • Q3

    4. This refers to the written context of the speech.

    B. Feedback

    A. Channel

    C. Message

    D. Receiver

  • Q4

    5. Teacher A was discussing tips on how to write a speech. The learner raised her hand for a question. Which part of the process of communication is that?

    C. Message

    B. Feedback

    A. Channel

    D. Receiver

  • Q5

    6. The guidance counselor gave a talk on how to deal with stress. What is his role in the communication process?

    D. Receiver

    B. Feedback

    E. Sender

    C. Message


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