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Speech act is a tool in engaging to a conversation. speech act is an utterance that a speaker makes to achieve an intended effect.
It is how you express yourself to communicate your wants and needs, to achieve a desired goal. We are attuned in everyday conversation not primarily to the sentences we utter to one another, but to the speech acts that those utterances are used to perform such function.
speech acts are giving opinion, offering an apology, greeting, request, complaint, invitation, compliment, or refusal.
Engaging in a conversation is not just a simple process of talking and listening. Cohen (1990) states that it is bound by implicit rules that requires strategies to be able to start and maintain conversation.
Nomination is usually employed at the beginning of interaction to set the purpose of conversation.
avoid questions that are too personal : asking about how much money the person or his parents are earning, politics and religion should also be avoided

Speech act is a tool in engaging to a conversation. speech act is an utterance that a speaker makes to achieve an intended effect.
It is how you express yourself to communicate your wants and needs, to achieve a desired goal. We are attuned in everyday conversation not primarily to the sentences we utter to one another, but to the speech acts that those utterances are used to perform such function.
speech acts are giving opinion, offering an apology, greeting, request, complaint, invitation, compliment, or refusal.
Engaging in a conversation is not just a simple process of talking and listening. Cohen (1990) states that it is bound by implicit rules that requires strategies to be able to start and maintain conversation.
Nomination is usually employed at the beginning of interaction to set the purpose of conversation.
avoid questions that are too personal : asking about how much money the person or his parents are earning, politics and religion should also be avoided

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  1. 1. COMMUNICATIVE STRATEGY
  2. 2. “COMMUNICATION IS YOUR TICKET TO SUCCESS, IF YOU PAY ATTENTION AND LEARN TO DO IT EFFECTIVELY.” --THEO GOLD
  3. 3. Conversation is interactive communication between two or more people, and it is a significant part of our everyday life.
  4. 4. Describe the different conversations you are usually engaged in. Use complete sentences for your answers. HOME SCHOOL
  5. 5. Describe your experiences in communicating with other people by answering the questions below.  How do you usually start a conversation?  What are the problems that you had encountered during a conversation and how did you address them?  Have you experienced engaging in a conversation with a topic that you are not comfortable with? How did you manage it?
  6. 6. Read the story below and observe how the conversation takes place. “Table number 5,” I muttered looking at the invitation in my hand. I looked around the exquisitely decorated hall and finally found my seat. I greeted the other delegates at the table with a smile and a little nod. I was so nervous. It was my first time to attend that kind of event. It was a seminar for senior high school, and I was the representative of our school. I sat down, grabbed my phone in my pocket, and started browsing my Facebook like all the other 3 students at the table were doing while waiting for the program to begin.
  7. 7. “Hey, have you heard that Maymay Entrata will host this event?” All our attention went to her as she broke the silence. I noticed at once how pretty she is with her long black hair draping her shoulders. “Really? As in Maymay Entrata, the winner in the reality TV show Pinoy Big Brother?” asked the boy in heavy glasses. She nodded. “Besides being a reality show winner, Maymay is also a singer, actress, composer, model, and writer.” “Wow! Are you a fan? You know many things about her,” she replied with a grin and amazement to what I said. “Well, I am a fan too!” said the other boy in our group and we all laughed. “By the way, I am Anne. I am from Batangas,” she finally introduced herself. I was really waiting to know her name. Everyone in our table started to introduce themselves, including me.
  8. 8. How would you describe the atmosphere before the interaction among the group began?  How did Anne begin the conversation? What was the topic of the conversation?  When did the shift in topic happen? What expression was used to make the shift? What was the next topic of the conversation?  Describe the effect that the conversation gives to the situation in the story.
  9. 9. Types of Communicative Strategy 1. Nomination - A speaker carries out nomination to collaboratively and productively establish a topic. You may start off with making inquiries, giving compliment, asking for opinion, or offering help. This could efficiently signal the beginning of a new topic in the conversation. “Have you heard about “the new normal”? “I saw your TikTok post on Facebook. It’s really great.” “What can you say about our new plan for the project? Do you think it will work?” You are the new student, right? Would you like me to tour you around the campus?
  10. 10. 2. Restriction refers to any limitation you may have as a speaker. > Limiting the topic or scope of discussion.  You are invited to the police station to answer some questions about what you know about the accident.  That arrest move was a disaster waiting to happen. Do you agree?
  11. 11. 3. Turn-taking. It pertains to the process by which people decide who takes the conversational floor. A strategy that someone uses in order to smoothly come in a certain situation/conversation. It requires that a speaker speaks only when it is already his turn during an interaction. Spoken cues such as “What do you think?” or “You wanted to say something?” provide others a chance to speak. Pausing is a nonverbal cue that will do as well.
  12. 12. 4. Topic Control. Covers how procedural formality or informality affects the development of topic in conversations. Expressions like “Okay, so much for that… “Let's go back to the topic.” and “Going back to what we are talking about…” can be used to keep the conversation within the topic when there is a sudden shift.
  13. 13. 5. Topic Shifting involves moving from one topic to another. You may use conversational transitions that indicate a shift like “By the way...”, “Before I forget...”, “Which reminds me of,” and the like. In a report presentation you may use expressions like “Moving on to the next topic…”, “Now, let’s talk about…”, “This time, let me tell you about…”
  14. 14. 6. Repair refers to how speakers address the problems in speaking, listening, and comprehending that they encounter in a conversation. Speaker may use recasting or changing the form of message to a more understandable one using the following expressions:  “What I mean is….” What I am trying to say is that…” “Let me repeat myself.” “Again…” “I would like to reiterate that…”
  15. 15. Repair strategies also include requesting clarification or making a clarifying question, request for repetition, and request for definition, translation or explanation. “I am sorry but what do you mean by “new normal?” “Does it mean that we do not need to come to school if there are no face-to-face classes? “Can you please repeat the last part of the instructions?” “Doc, can you please explain what a ferritin test is?” Could you please clarify your state?
  16. 16. 7. Termination refers to the conversation participants’ close-initiating expressions that end a topic in a conversation. “It’s nice catching up with you. I must be going.” Thanks for your time. See you around. Regards to your wife. See you soon.”
  17. 17. VERY PERI Introducing the Pantone Color of the Year 2022. PANTONE 17-3938 Very Peri is a dynamic hue that blends the faithfulness and constancy of blue with the energy and excitement of red. The four color palettes in this template feature Very Peri to help you express your ideas and convey the right mood. Read on to learn how to use these colors in any presentation.
  18. 18. BALANCING ACT
  19. 19. BALANCING ACT Use this color palette when you want a balance between warm and cool. PANTONE Very Peri is intensified within this artfully calibrated palette, injecting a feeling of liveliness and visual vibration.
  20. 20. WELLSPRING
  21. 21. WELLSPRING Use this color palette when you want a blend of nature-infused hues that highlight the compatibility of the greens and the “health giving” properties of these deliciously subtle and nourishing hues.
  22. 22. THE STAR OF THE SHOW
  23. 23. THE STAR OF THE SHOW When you want a more elegant approach, the dynamic presence of PANTONE Very Peri shines as the star of the show in this palette of classics and neutrals whose understated stylishness conveys a message of timeless sophistication.
  24. 24. AMUSEMENTS
  25. 25. AMUSEMENTS Use this color palette when you want to tell a joyous and whimsical story. In this palette, PANTONE Very Peri injects a sense of playful freshness into the design, exuding a good- natured warmth that quickly engages the eye.
  26. 26. USE THESE COLORS IN ANY POWERPOINT PRESENTATION 1. Select a shape or text box border. When you do that, the Shape Format tab appears. 2. On the Shape Format tab, select Shape Fill > More Fill Colors. 3. In the Colors box, select the Custom tab. 4. Enter the Hex value of the color you want to use. Tip: To change multiple shapes or text boxes, click the first shape or text box, and then press and hold Ctrl while you click the other shapes or text boxes.

Editor's Notes

  • Speech act is a tool in engaging to a conversation. speech act is an utterance that a speaker makes to achieve an intended effect.
    It is how you express yourself to communicate your wants and needs, to achieve a desired goal. We are attuned in everyday conversation not primarily to the sentences we utter to one another, but to the speech acts that those utterances are used to perform such function.
    speech acts are giving opinion, offering an apology, greeting, request, complaint, invitation, compliment, or refusal.
  • Engaging in a conversation is not just a simple process of talking and listening. Cohen (1990) states that it is bound by implicit rules that requires strategies to be able to start and maintain conversation.
    Nomination is usually employed at the beginning of interaction to set the purpose of conversation.
    avoid questions that are too personal : asking about how much money the person or his parents are earning, politics and religion should also be avoided
  • It is a strategy used when responses need to be within the set categories or instructions.
  • Turn-taking strategy allows all participants in the conversation a chance to speak. You can use this strategy to avoid taking over the whole conversation.
    Remember to listen to the other person talking instead of just waiting for your turn to talk. This way, you can have a meaningful and productive conversation. Also, always show politeness when you need to take the conversational floor from the person currently speaking.
  • This is a strategy used when there is a need to control and prevent unnecessary interruptions and topic shifts in a certain conversation. Using this strategy makes the conversation to stay focused on the topic throughout the discussion and keeps the development of the topic going by asking questions.
  • This strategy is used to change the topic to a new one which helps communication keep going.
    Remember that Topic shifting requires a good timing. So, make sure that topic is adequately discussed before changing it to another one. There may be a need to shift topic when there’s a pause in conversation, minimal response like nodding and smiling.
  • Repair is the self-righting mechanism in any social interaction . We can employ this strategy whenever we encounter problems in communication to prevent a breakdown.
  • This strategy is used to end an interaction or close a topic. Most of the time, the topic initiator or the person who opened the topic takes responsibility to signal the end of the discussion as well.

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