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TYPES OF SPEECH STYLES

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TYPES OF SPEECH STYLES
1. FROZEN STYLE
Used generally in very formal setting.
Most formal communicative style for respectful situation
Does not require any feedback from the audience
Usually uses long sentences with good grammar and vocabulary
The use of language is fixed and relatively static
Examples:

national pledge, anthem, school creeds,
marriage ceremonies, speech for a state ceremony
2. FORMAL STYLE
Used in speaking to medium to large groups
May also be used in single hearers- strangers, older persons, professional
Speaker must frame whole sentences ahead before they are delivered
Avoids using slang terminologies
language is comparatively rigid and has a set, agreed upon vocabulary that is well documented; is often of a standard variety.
Examples:

meetings, speeches, school lessons, court, a corporate meeting, at a swearing in ceremony, in an interview or in a classroom

3. CONSULTATIVE STYLE
Used in semi-formal communication
Happens in two-way participation
Most operational among other styles
Speaker does not usually plan what he wants to say
Sentences end to be shorter ans spontaneous
Examples:
regular conversation at schools, companies, group discussion,
teacher-student, doctor-patient, expert-apprentice

4. CASUAL STYLE
La
nguage used between friends
Often very relaxed and focused on just getting the information out
Slangs are quite often used in these instances
This style is used in informal situations and language
Relationship between speaker and hearer is closed.
Examples:

casual conversations with friends, family members, chats, phone calls and messages
5. Intimate Style
Completely private language used within family of very close friends or group
Uses personal language codes
Grammar is unnecessary
Does not need complete language
Certain terms of endearment, slangs or expressions whose meaning is shared with a small subset of persons
Example:
Jargon, Medical Terms, Gay Lingo
faux∙pas – an embarrassing social mistake

reg∙is∙ter – the form that language takes in different circumstances; style

meme– an idea, behavior, style or usage that spreads from person
to person

One morning, _________. How are you going to greet and ask how they are doing?
1. you saw your best friend
2. you met your Science Teacher
3. went to see the school principal
4. you had snacks with your classmates
5. you're asked to lead the flag ceremony
Write an appropriate dialogue for the following situations
LETS DO THIS!
Identify the type of speech style used in the statements
1. You commin'?
2. May I introduce to you our CEO Mr. Clark Medina.
3. All visitors are invited to proceed upstairs immediately.
4. Would everyone please proceed upstairs at once?
5. What's up?
6. I see, you will change the project before submitting it to me right?
7. Chakabels
8. Expressing our gratitude must be delivered just for Allah...
9. Mrs. Williams, would you like to take a seat first?
10. Gimme Gimme Gimme
Task 2:
You will present a 3-minute dialogue using the different kinds of registers discussed earlier
SCORE DESCRIPTORS
20 The words, attitude, tone of voice, facial expressions and overall body language of the speaker are appropriate for the setting
15 The words and the dialogue are appropriate for the setting, attitude, tone of voice, facial expressions and overall body language of the speaker are acceptable
10 The words and the dialogue are partly correct, the attitude, tone of voice, facial expressions and overall body language of the speaker is not evident
5 The words, attitude, tone of voice, facial expressions and overall body language of the speaker are inappropriate for the setting

I. OBJECTIVES

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

• Identify the different types of speech styles
• Use appropriate level of formality of language according to the given social situation

V. ASSIGNMENT

a. In a sheet of paper, list down ten significant conversations you had for the whole day and identify the level of formality or the register you used during those conversations.
b. Research on the different Types Speech Acts which will be used for the next lesson
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