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Enhancing Competence in Using Communicative Strategies.

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Group 1
Intrapersonal Communication
Communicating with oneself. It may be seen in situations involving talking to or writing to oneself, even thinking to oneself.
Interpersonal Communication
It involves more than one person.

a. Dyadic Communication
b. Small Group Communication
c. Public Communication
d. Mass Communication
e. Organizational Communication
f. Intercultural Communication
Dyadic Communication
Involves two participants forming the DYAD. One Speaker and One Listener come together to exchange thoughts, ideas, opinions, and information.

The role of speaker and listener are not fixed, they are interchangeable.
Learning the types of Speech Context
Intrapersonal Communication




Interpersonal Communication
LESSON
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learning the Types
of Speech Style
Enhancing Competence in Using Communicative Strategies.
LESSON
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Small Group Communication
It requires from 3 to 15 people to study an issue, discuss problem, and come up with a solution or a plan.
Public Communication
It is different from Dyadic or Small Group Communication in that one Speaker addresses many Listener, collectively known as an Audience.
Mass Communication
Is any of the above human verbal interactions carried out with the aid of mass media technology.
Organizational Communication
Refers to the interaction of members along the links in an organizationl structure.
Formal Organizational- Uses the proper channels graphically illustrated by an organizatonal chart.
Informal Version- bypass the links, skips forward or backwards, or even goes sideways just to achieve the same goal.
Intercultural Communication
Is the exchange of concepts, traditions, values, and practices between a among people of different, nationalities and ways of life.
Each Speech Style is as distinct as the Types of Speech Context and can be paired according to usage. The styles according to Martin Joos (1959) are the following:
Intimate
Is a non-public Speech Style that uses private vocabulary and includes nonverbal message.It is a style in which meaning is shared even without "correct linguistic forms".
Casual
Is a Speech Style used among friends and aquintances that do not require background information.
Consultative
Is the opposite of the Intimate style because this style is used precisely among people who do
not
share common experiences or meaning
Formal
Is used only for Imparting Information.
Frozen
Is a formal style whose quality is statistic, ritualistic, and may even be archaic.
LESSON
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Learning the Types of Speech Act
Locutionary Speech Act
This Act happens with the utterance of a sound, a word, or even a phrase as a natural unit of speech.
Illocutionary Speech Act
It is not just saying something itself but
the act
of saying something with the
intention
of:
Stating

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