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Wednesday March 20, 2019 11:55 AM to 9:23 AM

If you have a password, please sign up for meeting roles below. Guests should complete the RSVP registration form at the bottom of the agenda. (If you have a password, it’s not necessary to also fill out the RSVP form – we would rather get you signed up for a specific role).

(THIS MEETING WILL BE RECORDED. Stills and excerpts from the video may be used by the club in its public relations and social media outreach.)

Members and guests are encouraged to sign in anytime after 11:30 am U.S. Eastern Time for an informal meet and greet and to allow time for any technical troubleshooting.

The meeting opens up when the first member arrives. Members, welcome our guests and introduce yourself.

Member and Guest Meet & Greet.

Theme

Not set

Toastmaster of the Day:
Dawn Nocera, DTM
Introduces supporting roles. Leads the meeting.
Grammarian/Ah-Counter:
Serve as both grammarian and ah-counter by preparing a word of the day and keeping track of ahs, ums, ya know’s, so’s, double clutches, double starts, and use of the word of the day, as well as listening for use of grammar and word usage during the meeting.
Timer:
Keep track of time for each portion of the meeting and signal the speakers so they know when their time is up. For green/yellow/red visual cues. Remind speakers to make sure timer’s video is in their view when they are speaking.

Toast Master of the Day Introduces Prepared Speeches

Speaker:
Lori Whitmore, DTM
As a rule, we should have no more than one speech longer than 5-7 minutes.
Speaker:
As a rule, we should have no more than one speech longer than 5-7 minutes.

Toastmaster of the Day encourages members to send notes via private chat message to the prepared speakers during 1 minute of timed silence after each speaker.

Backup Speaker:
As a rule, we should have no more than one speech longer than 5-7 minutes.

Toastmaster of the Day asks for reports from the Timer report and introduces the Table Topics Master.

Topics Master:
Leads the Table Topics impromptu speaking section of the meeting. New members who need to give a speech before applying to join can do it during this time.

Topics Master returns meeting over to the Toastmaster of the Day. And the toastmaster of the day asks for Timers Report for Table Topics before handing the meeting over to the General Evaluator.

General Evaluator:
Explains the importance of evaluations. Introduces Evaluators.
Evaluator:
Aaron Leung, ACG, ALB, IP5, VC5, PM5, DL5, PWMENTORPGM
Evaluate the delivery of the speech, including delivery on camera or use of technology to deliver speech. In addition, lead a 2-3 minute group evaluation of the speaker.
Evaluator:
Evaluate the delivery of the speech, including delivery on camera or use of technology to deliver speech. In addition, lead a 2-3 minute group evaluation of the speaker.

General Evaluator asks for reports from the Timmer, Grammarian, & Ah Counter.

General Evaluator gives an overall evaluation of the meeting, 3-5 minutes. General Evaluator should aim to add new insights, not re-evaluate speakers or repeat information covered by others, including observations on body language & technology usage by all members.

 

RSVP Now!

Posted by Dawn Nocera on September 20, 2018

Wednesday March 27, 2019 11:55 AM to 9:14 AM

If you have a password, please sign up for meeting roles below. Guests should complete the RSVP registration form at the bottom of the agenda. (If you have a password, it’s not necessary to also fill out the RSVP form – we would rather get you signed up for a specific role).

(THIS MEETING WILL BE RECORDED. Stills and excerpts from the video may be used by the club in its public relations and social media outreach.)

Members and guests are encouraged to sign in anytime after 11:30 am U.S. Eastern Time for an informal meet and greet and to allow time for any technical troubleshooting.

The meeting opens up when the first member arrives. Members, welcome our guests and introduce yourself.

Member and Guest Meet & Greet.

Theme

Not set

Toastmaster of the Day:
Introduces supporting roles. Leads the meeting.
Grammarian/Ah-Counter:
Serve as both grammarian and ah-counter by preparing a word of the day and keeping track of ahs, ums, ya know’s, so’s, double clutches, double starts, and use of the word of the day, as well as listening for use of grammar and word usage during the meeting.
Timer:
Keep track of time for each portion of the meeting and signal the speakers so they know when their time is up. For green/yellow/red visual cues. Remind speakers to make sure timer’s video is in their view when they are speaking.

Toast Master of the Day Introduces Prepared Speeches

Speaker:
As a rule, we should have no more than one speech longer than 5-7 minutes.
Speaker:
As a rule, we should have no more than one speech longer than 5-7 minutes.

Toastmaster of the Day encourages members to send notes via private chat message to the prepared speakers during 1 minute of timed silence after each speaker.

Backup Speaker:
As a rule, we should have no more than one speech longer than 5-7 minutes.

Toastmaster of the Day asks for reports from the Timer report and introduces the Table Topics Master.

Topics Master:
Leads the Table Topics impromptu speaking section of the meeting. New members who need to give a speech before applying to join can do it during this time.

Topics Master returns meeting over to the Toastmaster of the Day. And the toastmaster of the day asks for Timers Report for Table Topics before handing the meeting over to the General Evaluator.

General Evaluator:
Explains the importance of evaluations. Introduces Evaluators.
Evaluator:
Evaluate the delivery of the speech, including delivery on camera or use of technology to deliver speech. In addition, lead a 2-3 minute group evaluation of the speaker.
Evaluator:
Evaluate the delivery of the speech, including delivery on camera or use of technology to deliver speech. In addition, lead a 2-3 minute group evaluation of the speaker.

General Evaluator asks for reports from the Timmer, Grammarian, & Ah Counter.

General Evaluator gives an overall evaluation of the meeting, 3-5 minutes. General Evaluator should aim to add new insights, not re-evaluate speakers or repeat information covered by others, including observations on body language & technology usage by all members.

 

RSVP Now!

Posted by Dawn Nocera on September 27, 2018

Wednesday April 3, 2019 11:55 AM to 9:17 AM

If you have a password, please sign up for meeting roles below. Guests should complete the RSVP registration form at the bottom of the agenda. (If you have a password, it’s not necessary to also fill out the RSVP form – we would rather get you signed up for a specific role).

(THIS MEETING WILL BE RECORDED. Stills and excerpts from the video may be used by the club in its public relations and social media outreach.)

Members and guests are encouraged to sign in anytime after 11:30 am U.S. Eastern Time for an informal meet and greet and to allow time for any technical troubleshooting.

The meeting opens up when the first member arrives. Members, welcome our guests and introduce yourself.

Member and Guest Meet & Greet.

Theme

Not set

Toastmaster of the Day:
Introduces supporting roles. Leads the meeting.
Grammarian/Ah-Counter:
Serve as both grammarian and ah-counter by preparing a word of the day and keeping track of ahs, ums, ya know’s, so’s, double clutches, double starts, and use of the word of the day, as well as listening for use of grammar and word usage during the meeting.
Timer:
Keep track of time for each portion of the meeting and signal the speakers so they know when their time is up. For green/yellow/red visual cues. Remind speakers to make sure timer’s video is in their view when they are speaking.

Toast Master of the Day Introduces Prepared Speeches

Speaker:
As a rule, we should have no more than one speech longer than 5-7 minutes.
Speaker:
As a rule, we should have no more than one speech longer than 5-7 minutes.

Toastmaster of the Day encourages members to send notes via private chat message to the prepared speakers during 1 minute of timed silence after each speaker.

Backup Speaker:
As a rule, we should have no more than one speech longer than 5-7 minutes.

Toastmaster of the Day asks for reports from the Timer report and introduces the Table Topics Master.

Topics Master:
Leads the Table Topics impromptu speaking section of the meeting. New members who need to give a speech before applying to join can do it during this time.

Topics Master returns meeting over to the Toastmaster of the Day. And the toastmaster of the day asks for Timers Report for Table Topics before handing the meeting over to the General Evaluator.

General Evaluator:
Explains the importance of evaluations. Introduces Evaluators.
Evaluator:
Evaluate the delivery of the speech, including delivery on camera or use of technology to deliver speech. In addition, lead a 2-3 minute group evaluation of the speaker.
Evaluator:
Evaluate the delivery of the speech, including delivery on camera or use of technology to deliver speech. In addition, lead a 2-3 minute group evaluation of the speaker.

General Evaluator asks for reports from the Timmer, Grammarian, & Ah Counter.

General Evaluator gives an overall evaluation of the meeting, 3-5 minutes. General Evaluator should aim to add new insights, not re-evaluate speakers or repeat information covered by others, including observations on body language & technology usage by all members.

 

RSVP Now!

Posted by Dawn Nocera on October 3, 2018

Wednesday April 10, 2019 11:55 AM to 9:15 AM

If you have a password, please sign up for meeting roles below. Guests should complete the RSVP registration form at the bottom of the agenda. (If you have a password, it’s not necessary to also fill out the RSVP form – we would rather get you signed up for a specific role).

(THIS MEETING WILL BE RECORDED. Stills and excerpts from the video may be used by the club in its public relations and social media outreach.)

Members and guests are encouraged to sign in anytime after 11:30 am U.S. Eastern Time for an informal meet and greet and to allow time for any technical troubleshooting.

The meeting opens up when the first member arrives. Members, welcome our guests and introduce yourself.

Member and Guest Meet & Greet.

Theme

Not set

Toastmaster of the Day:
Introduces supporting roles. Leads the meeting.
Grammarian/Ah-Counter:
Serve as both grammarian and ah-counter by preparing a word of the day and keeping track of ahs, ums, ya know’s, so’s, double clutches, double starts, and use of the word of the day, as well as listening for use of grammar and word usage during the meeting.
Timer:
Keep track of time for each portion of the meeting and signal the speakers so they know when their time is up. For green/yellow/red visual cues. Remind speakers to make sure timer’s video is in their view when they are speaking.

Toast Master of the Day Introduces Prepared Speeches

Speaker:
As a rule, we should have no more than one speech longer than 5-7 minutes.
Speaker:
As a rule, we should have no more than one speech longer than 5-7 minutes.

Toastmaster of the Day encourages members to send notes via private chat message to the prepared speakers during 1 minute of timed silence after each speaker.

Backup Speaker:
As a rule, we should have no more than one speech longer than 5-7 minutes.

Toastmaster of the Day asks for reports from the Timer report and introduces the Table Topics Master.

Topics Master:
Leads the Table Topics impromptu speaking section of the meeting. New members who need to give a speech before applying to join can do it during this time.

Topics Master returns meeting over to the Toastmaster of the Day. And the toastmaster of the day asks for Timers Report for Table Topics before handing the meeting over to the General Evaluator.

General Evaluator:
Explains the importance of evaluations. Introduces Evaluators.
Evaluator:
Evaluate the delivery of the speech, including delivery on camera or use of technology to deliver speech. In addition, lead a 2-3 minute group evaluation of the speaker.
Evaluator:
Evaluate the delivery of the speech, including delivery on camera or use of technology to deliver speech. In addition, lead a 2-3 minute group evaluation of the speaker.

General Evaluator asks for reports from the Timmer, Grammarian, & Ah Counter.

General Evaluator gives an overall evaluation of the meeting, 3-5 minutes. General Evaluator should aim to add new insights, not re-evaluate speakers or repeat information covered by others, including observations on body language & technology usage by all members.

 

RSVP Now!

Posted by Dawn Nocera on October 10, 2018

Wednesday April 17, 2019 11:55 AM to 9:47 AM

If you have a password, please sign up for meeting roles below. Guests should complete the RSVP registration form at the bottom of the agenda. (If you have a password, it’s not necessary to also fill out the RSVP form – we would rather get you signed up for a specific role).

(THIS MEETING WILL BE RECORDED. Stills and excerpts from the video may be used by the club in its public relations and social media outreach.)

Members and guests are encouraged to sign in anytime after 11:30 am U.S. Eastern Time for an informal meet and greet and to allow time for any technical troubleshooting.

The meeting opens up when the first member arrives. Members, welcome our guests and introduce yourself.

Member and Guest Meet & Greet.

Theme

Not set

Toastmaster of the Day:
Introduces supporting roles. Leads the meeting.
Grammarian/Ah-Counter:
Serve as both grammarian and ah-counter by preparing a word of the day and keeping track of ahs, ums, ya know’s, so’s, double clutches, double starts, and use of the word of the day, as well as listening for use of grammar and word usage during the meeting.
Timer:
Keep track of time for each portion of the meeting and signal the speakers so they know when their time is up. For green/yellow/red visual cues. Remind speakers to make sure timer’s video is in their view when they are speaking.

Toast Master of the Day Introduces Prepared Speeches

Speaker:
As a rule, we should have no more than one speech longer than 5-7 minutes.
Speaker:
As a rule, we should have no more than one speech longer than 5-7 minutes.

Toastmaster of the Day encourages members to send notes via private chat message to the prepared speakers during 1 minute of timed silence after each speaker.

Backup Speaker:
As a rule, we should have no more than one speech longer than 5-7 minutes.

Toastmaster of the Day asks for reports from the Timer report and introduces the Table Topics Master.

Topics Master:
Leads the Table Topics impromptu speaking section of the meeting. New members who need to give a speech before applying to join can do it during this time.

Topics Master returns meeting over to the Toastmaster of the Day. And the toastmaster of the day asks for Timers Report for Table Topics before handing the meeting over to the General Evaluator.

General Evaluator:
Explains the importance of evaluations. Introduces Evaluators.
Evaluator:
Evaluate the delivery of the speech, including delivery on camera or use of technology to deliver speech. In addition, lead a 2-3 minute group evaluation of the speaker.
Evaluator:
Evaluate the delivery of the speech, including delivery on camera or use of technology to deliver speech. In addition, lead a 2-3 minute group evaluation of the speaker.

General Evaluator asks for reports from the Timmer, Grammarian, & Ah Counter.

General Evaluator gives an overall evaluation of the meeting, 3-5 minutes. General Evaluator should aim to add new insights, not re-evaluate speakers or repeat information covered by others, including observations on body language & technology usage by all members.

 

RSVP Now!

Posted by Dawn Nocera on October 17, 2018

Wednesday April 24, 2019 11:55 AM to 9:33 AM

If you have a password, please sign up for meeting roles below. Guests should complete the RSVP registration form at the bottom of the agenda. (If you have a password, it’s not necessary to also fill out the RSVP form – we would rather get you signed up for a specific role).

(THIS MEETING WILL BE RECORDED. Stills and excerpts from the video may be used by the club in its public relations and social media outreach.)

Members and guests are encouraged to sign in anytime after 11:30 am U.S. Eastern Time for an informal meet and greet and to allow time for any technical troubleshooting.

The meeting opens up when the first member arrives. Members, welcome our guests and introduce yourself.

Member and Guest Meet & Greet.

Theme

Not set

Toastmaster of the Day:
Introduces supporting roles. Leads the meeting.
Grammarian/Ah-Counter:
Serve as both grammarian and ah-counter by preparing a word of the day and keeping track of ahs, ums, ya know’s, so’s, double clutches, double starts, and use of the word of the day, as well as listening for use of grammar and word usage during the meeting.
Timer:
Keep track of time for each portion of the meeting and signal the speakers so they know when their time is up. For green/yellow/red visual cues. Remind speakers to make sure timer’s video is in their view when they are speaking.

Toast Master of the Day Introduces Prepared Speeches

Speaker:
As a rule, we should have no more than one speech longer than 5-7 minutes.
Speaker:
As a rule, we should have no more than one speech longer than 5-7 minutes.

Toastmaster of the Day encourages members to send notes via private chat message to the prepared speakers during 1 minute of timed silence after each speaker.

Backup Speaker:
As a rule, we should have no more than one speech longer than 5-7 minutes.

Toastmaster of the Day asks for reports from the Timer report and introduces the Table Topics Master.

Topics Master:
Leads the Table Topics impromptu speaking section of the meeting. New members who need to give a speech before applying to join can do it during this time.

Topics Master returns meeting over to the Toastmaster of the Day. And the toastmaster of the day asks for Timers Report for Table Topics before handing the meeting over to the General Evaluator.

General Evaluator:
Explains the importance of evaluations. Introduces Evaluators.
Evaluator:
Evaluate the delivery of the speech, including delivery on camera or use of technology to deliver speech. In addition, lead a 2-3 minute group evaluation of the speaker.
Evaluator:
Evaluate the delivery of the speech, including delivery on camera or use of technology to deliver speech. In addition, lead a 2-3 minute group evaluation of the speaker.

General Evaluator asks for reports from the Timmer, Grammarian, & Ah Counter.

General Evaluator gives an overall evaluation of the meeting, 3-5 minutes. General Evaluator should aim to add new insights, not re-evaluate speakers or repeat information covered by others, including observations on body language & technology usage by all members.

 

RSVP Now!

Posted by Dawn Nocera on October 24, 2018

Wednesday May 1, 2019 11:55 AM to 9:18 AM

If you have a password, please sign up for meeting roles below. Guests should complete the RSVP registration form at the bottom of the agenda. (If you have a password, it’s not necessary to also fill out the RSVP form – we would rather get you signed up for a specific role).

(THIS MEETING WILL BE RECORDED. Stills and excerpts from the video may be used by the club in its public relations and social media outreach.)

Members and guests are encouraged to sign in anytime after 11:30 am U.S. Eastern Time for an informal meet and greet and to allow time for any technical troubleshooting.

The meeting opens up when the first member arrives. Members, welcome our guests and introduce yourself.

Member and Guest Meet & Greet.

Theme

Not set

Toastmaster of the Day:
Introduces supporting roles. Leads the meeting.
Grammarian/Ah-Counter:
Serve as both grammarian and ah-counter by preparing a word of the day and keeping track of ahs, ums, ya know’s, so’s, double clutches, double starts, and use of the word of the day, as well as listening for use of grammar and word usage during the meeting.
Timer:
Keep track of time for each portion of the meeting and signal the speakers so they know when their time is up. For green/yellow/red visual cues. Remind speakers to make sure timer’s video is in their view when they are speaking.

Toast Master of the Day Introduces Prepared Speeches

Speaker:
As a rule, we should have no more than one speech longer than 5-7 minutes.
Speaker:
As a rule, we should have no more than one speech longer than 5-7 minutes.

Toastmaster of the Day encourages members to send notes via private chat message to the prepared speakers during 1 minute of timed silence after each speaker.

Backup Speaker:
As a rule, we should have no more than one speech longer than 5-7 minutes.

Toastmaster of the Day asks for reports from the Timer report and introduces the Table Topics Master.

Topics Master:
Leads the Table Topics impromptu speaking section of the meeting. New members who need to give a speech before applying to join can do it during this time.

Topics Master returns meeting over to the Toastmaster of the Day. And the toastmaster of the day asks for Timers Report for Table Topics before handing the meeting over to the General Evaluator.

General Evaluator:
Explains the importance of evaluations. Introduces Evaluators.
Evaluator:
Evaluate the delivery of the speech, including delivery on camera or use of technology to deliver speech. In addition, lead a 2-3 minute group evaluation of the speaker.
Evaluator:
Evaluate the delivery of the speech, including delivery on camera or use of technology to deliver speech. In addition, lead a 2-3 minute group evaluation of the speaker.

General Evaluator asks for reports from the Timmer, Grammarian, & Ah Counter.

General Evaluator gives an overall evaluation of the meeting, 3-5 minutes. General Evaluator should aim to add new insights, not re-evaluate speakers or repeat information covered by others, including observations on body language & technology usage by all members.

 

RSVP Now!

Posted by Dawn Nocera on October 31, 2018

Wednesday May 8, 2019 11:55 AM to 9:31 AM

If you have a password, please sign up for meeting roles below. Guests should complete the RSVP registration form at the bottom of the agenda. (If you have a password, it’s not necessary to also fill out the RSVP form – we would rather get you signed up for a specific role).

(THIS MEETING WILL BE RECORDED. Stills and excerpts from the video may be used by the club in its public relations and social media outreach.)

Members and guests are encouraged to sign in anytime after 11:30 am U.S. Eastern Time for an informal meet and greet and to allow time for any technical troubleshooting.

The meeting opens up when the first member arrives. Members, welcome our guests and introduce yourself.

Member and Guest Meet & Greet.

Theme

Not set

Toastmaster of the Day:
Introduces supporting roles. Leads the meeting.
Grammarian/Ah-Counter:
Serve as both grammarian and ah-counter by preparing a word of the day and keeping track of ahs, ums, ya know’s, so’s, double clutches, double starts, and use of the word of the day, as well as listening for use of grammar and word usage during the meeting.
Timer:
Keep track of time for each portion of the meeting and signal the speakers so they know when their time is up. For green/yellow/red visual cues. Remind speakers to make sure timer’s video is in their view when they are speaking.

Toast Master of the Day Introduces Prepared Speeches

Speaker:
As a rule, we should have no more than one speech longer than 5-7 minutes.
Speaker:
As a rule, we should have no more than one speech longer than 5-7 minutes.

Toastmaster of the Day encourages members to send notes via private chat message to the prepared speakers during 1 minute of timed silence after each speaker.

Backup Speaker:
As a rule, we should have no more than one speech longer than 5-7 minutes.

Toastmaster of the Day asks for reports from the Timer report and introduces the Table Topics Master.

Topics Master:
Leads the Table Topics impromptu speaking section of the meeting. New members who need to give a speech before applying to join can do it during this time.

Topics Master returns meeting over to the Toastmaster of the Day. And the toastmaster of the day asks for Timers Report for Table Topics before handing the meeting over to the General Evaluator.

General Evaluator:
Explains the importance of evaluations. Introduces Evaluators.
Evaluator:
Evaluate the delivery of the speech, including delivery on camera or use of technology to deliver speech. In addition, lead a 2-3 minute group evaluation of the speaker.
Evaluator:
Evaluate the delivery of the speech, including delivery on camera or use of technology to deliver speech. In addition, lead a 2-3 minute group evaluation of the speaker.

General Evaluator asks for reports from the Timmer, Grammarian, & Ah Counter.

General Evaluator gives an overall evaluation of the meeting, 3-5 minutes. General Evaluator should aim to add new insights, not re-evaluate speakers or repeat information covered by others, including observations on body language & technology usage by all members.

 

RSVP Now!

Posted by Dawn Nocera on November 8, 2018

Wednesday May 15, 2019 11:55 AM to 9:14 AM

If you have a password, please sign up for meeting roles below. Guests should complete the RSVP registration form at the bottom of the agenda. (If you have a password, it’s not necessary to also fill out the RSVP form – we would rather get you signed up for a specific role).

(THIS MEETING WILL BE RECORDED. Stills and excerpts from the video may be used by the club in its public relations and social media outreach.)

Members and guests are encouraged to sign in anytime after 11:30 am U.S. Eastern Time for an informal meet and greet and to allow time for any technical troubleshooting.

The meeting opens up when the first member arrives. Members, welcome our guests and introduce yourself.

Member and Guest Meet & Greet.

Theme

Not set

Toastmaster of the Day:
Introduces supporting roles. Leads the meeting.
Grammarian/Ah-Counter:
Serve as both grammarian and ah-counter by preparing a word of the day and keeping track of ahs, ums, ya know’s, so’s, double clutches, double starts, and use of the word of the day, as well as listening for use of grammar and word usage during the meeting.
Timer:
Keep track of time for each portion of the meeting and signal the speakers so they know when their time is up. For green/yellow/red visual cues. Remind speakers to make sure timer’s video is in their view when they are speaking.

Toast Master of the Day Introduces Prepared Speeches

Speaker:
As a rule, we should have no more than one speech longer than 5-7 minutes.
Speaker:
As a rule, we should have no more than one speech longer than 5-7 minutes.

Toastmaster of the Day encourages members to send notes via private chat message to the prepared speakers during 1 minute of timed silence after each speaker.

Backup Speaker:
As a rule, we should have no more than one speech longer than 5-7 minutes.

Toastmaster of the Day asks for reports from the Timer report and introduces the Table Topics Master.

Topics Master:
Leads the Table Topics impromptu speaking section of the meeting. New members who need to give a speech before applying to join can do it during this time.

Topics Master returns meeting over to the Toastmaster of the Day. And the toastmaster of the day asks for Timers Report for Table Topics before handing the meeting over to the General Evaluator.

General Evaluator:
Explains the importance of evaluations. Introduces Evaluators.
Evaluator:
Evaluate the delivery of the speech, including delivery on camera or use of technology to deliver speech. In addition, lead a 2-3 minute group evaluation of the speaker.
Evaluator:
Evaluate the delivery of the speech, including delivery on camera or use of technology to deliver speech. In addition, lead a 2-3 minute group evaluation of the speaker.

General Evaluator asks for reports from the Timmer, Grammarian, & Ah Counter.

General Evaluator gives an overall evaluation of the meeting, 3-5 minutes. General Evaluator should aim to add new insights, not re-evaluate speakers or repeat information covered by others, including observations on body language & technology usage by all members.

 

RSVP Now!

Posted by Dawn Nocera on November 15, 2018

Wednesday May 22, 2019 11:55 AM to 9:28 AM

If you have a password, please sign up for meeting roles below. Guests should complete the RSVP registration form at the bottom of the agenda. (If you have a password, it’s not necessary to also fill out the RSVP form – we would rather get you signed up for a specific role).

(THIS MEETING WILL BE RECORDED. Stills and excerpts from the video may be used by the club in its public relations and social media outreach.)

Members and guests are encouraged to sign in anytime after 11:30 am U.S. Eastern Time for an informal meet and greet and to allow time for any technical troubleshooting.

The meeting opens up when the first member arrives. Members, welcome our guests and introduce yourself.

Member and Guest Meet & Greet.

Theme

Not set

Toastmaster of the Day:
Introduces supporting roles. Leads the meeting.
Grammarian/Ah-Counter:
Serve as both grammarian and ah-counter by preparing a word of the day and keeping track of ahs, ums, ya know’s, so’s, double clutches, double starts, and use of the word of the day, as well as listening for use of grammar and word usage during the meeting.
Timer:
Keep track of time for each portion of the meeting and signal the speakers so they know when their time is up. For green/yellow/red visual cues. Remind speakers to make sure timer’s video is in their view when they are speaking.

Toast Master of the Day Introduces Prepared Speeches

Speaker:
As a rule, we should have no more than one speech longer than 5-7 minutes.
Speaker:
As a rule, we should have no more than one speech longer than 5-7 minutes.

Toastmaster of the Day encourages members to send notes via private chat message to the prepared speakers during 1 minute of timed silence after each speaker.

Backup Speaker:
As a rule, we should have no more than one speech longer than 5-7 minutes.

Toastmaster of the Day asks for reports from the Timer report and introduces the Table Topics Master.

Topics Master:
Leads the Table Topics impromptu speaking section of the meeting. New members who need to give a speech before applying to join can do it during this time.

Topics Master returns meeting over to the Toastmaster of the Day. And the toastmaster of the day asks for Timers Report for Table Topics before handing the meeting over to the General Evaluator.

General Evaluator:
Explains the importance of evaluations. Introduces Evaluators.
Evaluator:
Evaluate the delivery of the speech, including delivery on camera or use of technology to deliver speech. In addition, lead a 2-3 minute group evaluation of the speaker.
Evaluator:
Evaluate the delivery of the speech, including delivery on camera or use of technology to deliver speech. In addition, lead a 2-3 minute group evaluation of the speaker.

General Evaluator asks for reports from the Timmer, Grammarian, & Ah Counter.

General Evaluator gives an overall evaluation of the meeting, 3-5 minutes. General Evaluator should aim to add new insights, not re-evaluate speakers or repeat information covered by others, including observations on body language & technology usage by all members.

 

RSVP Now!

Posted by Dawn Nocera on November 22, 2018