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1 Lesson Plan Course Title: Professional Communication Session Title: Communication Process and Oral Language Lesson Duration: Approximately one to two 90-minute class periods [Lesson length is subjective and will vary from instructor to instructor] Performance Objective: Upon completion of this assignment, the student will apply the communication process to a writing assignment and understand how effective communication may improve future outcomes. Specific Objectives: 1. Define terms associated with the lesson. 2. Identify the five principles of communication. 3. Identify the components of the communication process. 4. Identify the functions of oral language. Preparation TEKS Correlations: (c) (1) The student applies English language arts in professional communications projects. The student is expected to: (A) demonstrate use of content, technical concepts, and vocabulary. (10) The student develops an understanding of professional communications through exploration of the career cluster. The student is expected to: (B) demonstrate knowledge of various communication processes in professional contexts by: (ii) identifying the components and functions of the communication process; (iv) identifying the characteristics of oral language; (v) analyzing standards for using informal, standard, and technical language appropriately; and (x) recognizing the importance of using accurate and complete information as a basis for making communication decisions. Instructor/Trainer References: McGraw-Hill. (2000). Communication applications. (Teacher s Wraparound Ed.). Columbus, OH: Glencoe/McGraw-Hill. Instructional Aids: 1. Communication Process and Oral Language slide presentation 2. Communication Process and Oral Language Key Terms Handout 3. Communication Process and Oral Language Crossword Puzzle 4. Communication Process and Oral Language Crossword Puzzle Key 1

2 Materials Needed: 1. One pen/pencil per student 2. Objects to identify (see Guided Practice activity) 3. Blindfold Equipment Needed: 1. Computer with projection equipment and appropriate software to display slide presentation. Learner None. Introduction Introduction (LSI Quadrant I): DO: Have students play the telephone game. Start with telling a story or anything of three to four lines (see Sample Scripts below) to the first person who whispers it to the next one and it continues until the last person. The last person narrates the story aloud and then the original story is read again to find out the differences. Through this activity the deconstruction of information caused by ineffective communication is demonstrated. SAY: As you can see, communication is very important. Imagine if you were an employee and communication from your supervisor flowed to you in this format and you completed your job as interpreted following this example. Would you be employed for long? SAY: Communication allows us to : Express feelings Respond to feelings Give and seek information Control and persuade Participate in social rituals Create and imagine When we communicate with someone, there is a process that takes place. It is important to understand that process as well as the components of oral language. In this lesson we will look at the communication process and its components. We will also identify the characteristics of oral language. Option: If you have a large class, you can divide the class into groups for the telephone game. Give each group the same script and see which group transfers the information most accurately through the group. Sample Scripts: More than 2,300 years ago, Aristotle said that people s ethos their character, their credibility, their principles and morality was critical to their success as persuaders. People s ethos in the workplace that is, their brand names is a function of whether others perceive them as competent, trustworthy, passionate, and tenacious about their ideas. John A. Daly, p. 73 Source: 2

3 Daly, J.A. (2011) Advocacy: Championing ideas and influencing others. Yale University Press: London. I make the same demands of an architectural work as I do of my fellow man - namely that it be honest and true to itself. The rest I wish to see combined with as much grace and charm as can possibly be imagined. Frank Lloyd Wright Source: Unknown Outline Outline (LSI Quadrant II): Instructor Notes: I. Define terms associated with the lesson. A. Communication Process of creating and exchanging meaning through symbolic interaction. B. Communication Process Uses the mental and physical energy of people who speak, listen, use nonverbal behaviors, and interpret the verbal and nonverbal behaviors. C. Noise Interferes with or disrupts communication. D. Barrier Blocks communication. E. Oral Language Language that is spoken and heard. F. Vocabulary All the word symbols that make up a particular code or language. G. Structure The way the different parts of a language are arranged. H. Grammar The basic understandings and rules that regulate the use of language. I. Sound The observable characteristics of oral language. J. Diction The degree of clarity and distinctness in a person's speech. K. Pronunciation The standard set for the overall sound of a word. L. Articulation The act of clearly and distinctly uttering the consonant sounds of a word. M. Enunciation The act of clearly and distinctly uttering the vowel sounds of a word. N. Dialect A unique combination of speech sounds that identify speech with a particular group of people. O. Standard Language Language used by the majority of knowledgeable communicators within in a specific language. P. Formal Language Language associated with a particular profession, activity, or field of study. Q. Jargon Another name for technical language. Use the slide presentation (slides 1-19) to introduce and discuss each of the key terms. Have students create an electronic notes document to record notes and key terms as you go through the presentation. 3

4 R. Informal Language Language most often used in casual situations and close interpersonal relationships. S. Colloquialisms A term associated with a specific regional culture. T. Slang A second type of informal language. II. Identify the five principles of communication. A. Learned We learn to become better communicators over time through practice and experiences. B. Unavoidable It is impossible to not communicate. Even a refusal to communicate is a type of communication. C. Continuous Once you interact with an individual, future communication with that person is impacted by your initial communication. D. Complex Communication consists of a number of components and a series of interrelated processes. E. Transactional Communicators exchange messages, sending and receiving them at the same time. III. Identify the components of the communication process. A. Context Provides the people, the occasion, and the task. B. Physical Environment Influences the quality of interaction within the physical space. C. Climate Influences the quality of interaction within the physical space. D. Communicator Creates meaning, sends and receives messages, and exchanges meaning. E. Message Conveys meaning, feeling, and various kinds of energy from sender receiver to receiver sender. F. Channel Provides the space through which the message must pass; determines the method used to send the message. G. Noise Interferes with or disrupts communication. H. Barrier Blocks communication. I. Feedback One person s observable response to another s message. IV. Identify the functions of oral language. A. Expressing feelings B. Responding to feelings C. Giving and seeking information Use the slide presentation (slides 20-25) to introduce and discuss each of the key concepts. Use the slide presentation (slides 26-31) to introduce and discuss each of the key concepts. Use the slide presentation (slide 32) to introduce and discuss each of the key concepts. 4

5 D. Controlling and persuading E. Participating in social rituals F. Creating and imagining Application Guided Practice (LSI Quadrant III): For this activity, you need to have a group of at least five to seven players. The purpose is to try to get the blindfolded student to guess the identity of a specific object within a certain amount of time based on clues provided by his/her peers. Blindfold one of the group members and make him/her stand at the corner of the room. Identify and select an object in the classroom that requires an elaborate description to understand and to identify like a lamp, a computer, a table fan, a toaster, etc. Have the rest of the students start describing the features of the object one by one to the blind folded student. The blind folded student will attempt to guess the identity of the object within a certain period of time; s/he may also ask questions. Once the student has accurately guessed the identity of the object or time has expired, facilitate a class discussion about the importance of communication and the value of various types of communication. Option: Divide the class into teams and have them compete to guess a variety of objects. Create a point structure that rewards groups for communicating faster. The team with the most points wins. Independent Practice (LSI Quadrant III): Have students write in journals about an experience in which improved communication would have been beneficial to all persons involved. This can be a work-related experience or a personal experience. Ask students to also write about how they could apply the communication process to future situations to improve outcomes. Summary Review (LSI Quadrants I and IV): Q & A Session Q: Why is it important to understand the communication process? A: So that we can be better communicators. Q: What are the Five Principles of Communication? A: Transactional, Complex, Unavoidable, Continuous, and Learned Q: Give some examples where formal language is used? A: On the job, in an interview, when speaking to an authority figure. Q: Give some examples where informal language is used? A: Phone conversation between friends, family gathering, in the home. 5

6 Q: What are the functions of oral language? A: Expressing feelings, responding to feelings, giving and seeking information, controlling and persuading, participating in social rituals, and creating and imagining. Evaluation Informal Assessment (LSI Quadrant III): Teacher will circulate through lab as students work on journal entries independently to redirect/re-teach as necessary. Formal Assessment (LSI Quadrant III, IV): Use the crossword puzzle to assess student understanding of key terms. Use the key to evaluate performance on the puzzle. Ask students to share 1 point from their journal entries. Discuss ways to apply the communication process to future situations. Extension Extension/Enrichment (LSI Quadrant IV): Students will apply key concepts based on the Communication Process & Oral Language on future assignments/projects. Students can research jargon used in their field of interest and compile a novice dictionary. 6

7 Communication Process and Oral Language Key Terms 1. Communication Process of creating and exchanging meaning through symbolic interaction. 2. Communication Process Uses the mental and physical energy of people who speak, listen, use nonverbal behaviors, and interpret the verbal and nonverbal behaviors. 3. Oral Language Language that is spoken and heard. 4. Standard Language Language used by the majority of knowledgeable communicators within in a specific language. 5. Formal Language Language associated with a particular profession, activity, or field of study. 6. Informal Language Language most often used in casual situations and close interpersonal relationships. 7. Articulation The act of clearly and distinctly uttering the consonant sounds of a word. 8. Colloquialisms A term associated with a specific regional culture. 9. Grammar The basic understandings and rules that regulate the use of language. 10. Diction The degree of clarity and distinctness in a person's speech. 11. Pronunciation The standard set for the overall sound of a word. 12. Structure The way the different parts of a language are arranged. 13. Vocabulary All the word symbols that make up a particular code or language. 14. Noise Interferes with or disrupts communication. 15. Sound The observable characteristics of oral language. 16. Slang A second type of informal language. 17. Barrier Blocks communication. 18. Dialect A unique combination of speech sounds that identify speech with a particular group of people. 19. Jargon Another name for technical language. 20. Enunciation The act of clearly and distinctly uttering the vowel sounds of a word. 7

8 Name: Communication Process and Oral Language Crossword Puzzle Please complete the crossword puzzle below. Include the blank spaces Communication Noise Barrier Oral language Vocabulary Structure Grammar Sound Diction Pronunciation Articulation Enunciation Dialect Standard Language Formal Language Jargon Informal Language Colloquialisms Slang Communication Process 8

9 Across: 1. Language used by the majority of knowledgeable communicators within in a specific language. 3. The act of clearly and distinctly uttering the consonant sounds of a word. 5. A term associated with a specific regional culture. 6. Process of creating and exchanging meaning through symbolic interaction. 9. The basic understandings and rules that regulate the use of language. 11. The degree of clarity and distinctness in a person's speech. 15. Language most often used in casual situations and close interpersonal relationships. 18. Language associated with a particular profession, activity, or field of study. 19. Uses the mental and physical energy of people who speak, listen, use nonverbal behaviors, and interpret the verbal and nonverbal behaviors. Down: 1. The way the different parts of a language are arranged. 2. The standard set for the overall sound of a word. 4. All the word symbols that make up a particular code or language. 7. Interferes with or disrupts communication. 8. The observable characteristics of oral language. 10. A second type of informal language. 12. Blocks communication. 13. A unique combination of speech sounds that identify speech with a particular group of people. 14. Another name for technical language. 16. The act of clearly and distinctly uttering the vowel sounds of a word. 17. Language that is spoken and heard. 9

10 Name: Communication Process and Oral Language Crossword Puzzle Key Please complete the crossword puzzle below. Include the blank spaces. 19C O M M U N I C A T I 17O N P R O C E S S R A L 18F O R M A L L A N G U A G E 12B 15I N F O R M A L L A N G U A G E A R 2P N 16E R R G N 13D I O U U I E N A N A 1S T A N D A R D L A N G U A G E C L T N E I E R C 10S A 4V 6C O M M U N I C A T I O N 3A R T I C U L A T I O N T C A A I C 7N T 14J T N O A 5C O L L O Q U I A L I 8S M S I G N B I R R O O U S E G U 11D I C T I O N L E O N 9G R A M M A R N D R Y L 10

11 Across: 1. Language used by the majority of knowledgeable communicators within in a specific language. (STANDARD LANGUAGE) 3. The act of clearly and distinctly uttering the consonant sounds of a word. (ARTICULATION) 5. A term associated with a specific regional culture. (COLLOQUIALISMS) 6. Process of creating and exchanging meaning through symbolic interaction. (COMMUNICATION) 9. The basic understandings and rules that regulate the use of language. (GRAMMAR) 11. The degree of clarity and distinctness in a person's speech. (DICTION) 15. Language most often used in casual situations and close interpersonal relationships. (INFORMAL LANGUAGE) 18. Language associated with a particular profession, activity, or field of study. (FORMAL LANGUAGE) 19. Uses the mental and physical energy of people who speak, listen, use nonverbal behaviors, and interpret the verbal and nonverbal behaviors.(communication PROCESS) Down: 1. The way the different parts of a language are arranged. (STRUCTURE) 2. The standard set for the overall sound of a word. (PRONUNCIATION) 4. All the word symbols that make up a particular code or language. (VOCABULARY) 7. Interferes with or disrupts communication. (NOISE) 8. The observable characteristics of oral language. (SOUND) 10. A second type of informal language. (SLANG) 12. Blocks communication. (BARRIER) 13. A unique combination of speech sounds that identify speech with a particular group of people. (DIALECT) 14. Another name for technical language. (JARGON) 16. The act of clearly and distinctly uttering the vowel sounds of a word. (ENUNCIATION) 17. Language that is spoken and heard. (ORAL LANGUAGE) 11

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