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  1. Attention: Students will be group into 3 Learners will have a tongue twister activity  The copy of phrase for the tongue twister was sent in each whatsapp account.
  2. Safety tips in doing the tongue twister: 1. Start by reciting tongue twisters slowly and clearly. 2. Split the tongue twister into sections, 3 .then practice. 4. Repeat the tongue twister until you have mastered it.
  3. 1. How do you feel about the activity? 2. Do you like a tongue twister? 3. Do you think tongue twister can help us in speaking? Why?
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  5. Criteria: Articulation- 20 % Mastery- 5 % Correct and exacts words being relayed- 10 % _________________________________ Total of 35 %.
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  7. 1.How do you feel about the video? 2.What have you observe with the speaker in the video? 3. Have you tried to speak in the public? 4. If you will be given a chance to judge a speaking contests? How will you rate the speaker? 5.If you will be given a chance to be the speaker how will you convey your ideas? 6. Is it right to laugh for other's mistake in pronouncing the words?
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  9.  Speech- the expressions of or the ability to express thoughts and feeling by articulate sounds. Articulation- clarity in the production of successive notes. Unlocking of difficult terms:
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  11. Articulate--- Clear articulation requires such deliberate actions as pausing slightly before you utter hard consonants, such as “t” or “b” Enunciation exercises help you differentiate your vowel sounds and make the beginning and end of each word distinct .
  12. Train your mouth. The simplest thing to improve the clarity of your speech is to make sure your mouth is open wide enough for the sound to come out clearly. It might feel awkward at first, but exercises will help you train your mouth to open wider when speaking.
  13. Speak up. Increasing the volume of your speech not only ensures the audience will hear you but also naturally slows your speech and improves your articulation. Vocal exercises train your vocal cords to speak louder for longer periods of time.
  14. Inflect your speech. Exercising your vocal cords will help you avoid speaking in a monotone. Infuse your utterances with the natural rising and falling pitch of sentences: Up at the end of a question, down at the end of a statement.
  15. Breathe from your diaphragm. Exercises help improve your breathing capacity and control, provide support for your voice, and enable you to speak more clearly over a broad vocal range.