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Oral Communication

June 7, 2018 This model, however, has been criticized


Wednesday for missing one essential element in the
communication process: feedback.
I. OBJECTIVES Without feedback, the speaker will not
1. Differentiates the various models of know whether the receiver understands
communication. EN11/12OC-Ia-3 the message or not.

II. SUBJECT MATTER


a. Topic: Communication Models
b. Materials: Slide Deck, laptop, projector,
white board
c. Reference: Critical Reading and Writing
for SHS LM, CG pp. 1,

III. PROCEDURES
A. Preliminary Activities
2. Transaction Model Unlike the Shannon-
 Prayer
Weaver Model, which is a one-way
 Checking of attendance
process, the Transaction Model is a
 Review
twoway process with the inclusion of
feedback as one element.
B. Motivation
Pass the message game. The
group with the closest or correct message
wins.

C. Presentation
1. Activity
Play “Pinoy Henyo”

2. Analysis
GUIDE QUESTIONS:
A. What makes it hard to get the As shown in Figure 2, this model is more
answer at once? interactive. There is a collaborative
B. What could be the best way to exchange of messages between
get the answer? communicators with the aim of
C. What were the hindrances in understanding each other. It also shows
getting the correct answer? that a barrier, such as noise, may interfere
with the flow of communication.
3. Abstraction
1. Shannon-Weaver Model Known as the Functions of Communication
mother of all communication models, the Basically, there are five functions of
Shannon-Weaver model (1949) depicts communication. These are control, social
communication as a linear or one-way interaction, motivation, emotional
process consisting of five elements: expression, and information dissemination.

a source (producer of message); 1. Control – Communication functions to


control behavior.
a transmitter (encoder of message into
signals); 2. Social Interaction – Communication
allows individuals to interact with others.
a channel (signals adapted for
transmission); 3. Motivation – Communication motivates
or encourages people to live better.
a receiver (decoder of message from the
signal); and a destination.
4. Emotional expression – Communication
facilitates people’s expression of their
feelings and emotions.

5. Information dissemination –
Communication functions to convey
information.

4. Application
Work with your group mates in the Let’s
Warm Up activity. As a group, do the
following:

Study the diagram below. It represents the


Schramm Model. Schramm (1954)
modified the Shannon-Weaver Model.
What has Schramm added to the
Shannon-Weaver Model? Is the new
model more comprehensive? Why do you
think so? How is it different from or similar
to the Transaction Model

IV. EVALUATION
Exercise III Identify the function of
communication in each of the following
situations. Write your answers on the space
provided.
1. The teacher reads and discusses
classroom policies to her students.
2. Ross greets Rachel; then, they start
talking about their plans for the holidays.
3. Phoebe shares her insights on how to
live peacefully despite a complicated life.
4. Monica shares her personal frustrations
with Chandler. 5. The geometry teacher
lectures about mathematical concepts.
6. Sheila delivers her valedictory speech.
7. The President delivers his last State of the
Nation Address.
8. A television personality thanks the
supportive moviegoers during an
interview.
9. The city mayor presents her strategies to
execute the plans in a public forum.
10. A tourist guide orients a group of
tourists about a heritage site.

V. ASSIGNMENT