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Sergeant At Arms:
Open up the meeting, welcome guests….Show welcome presentation…Introduce President.
Toastmaster of the Day:
Introduces Theme and Roles
Read or share an inspiration quote to jump start the meeting in just 30 seconds…
Introduce role and Word of the Day
Body Language Monitor:
Toastmaster Introduce each speaker; allow 1 minute for feedback on chat window after each speech
Introduce role and ask for reports
Ah Counter – Report
Grammarian – Report
Body Language Monitor – Report
Chat Monitor – Report
Timer – Report
General Evaluator – Report
Toastmaster – Close Meeting
President – Votes, Guest Comments and Winners
Planned Absences – Only displayed for logged in members of this site
Glossary of Roles and Responsibilities
Sergeant At Arms
Open up the meeting, welcome guests….Show welcome presentation…Introduce President. Also, ensures link for latest agenda is available to members on chat.
Conducts introductions and welcomes guests and members
Toastmaster of the Day
Toastmaster describes the three parts of our meeting: Speaking (prepared speeches); Thinking (table topics); and, Listening (evaluations)
30 seconds to share an inspirational quote to jump-start the meeting
Keeps track of our “ah’s”, “um’s”, “you know”, “so’s”, “double clutches” and “double starts” during the meeting. For more details click here
Brings a Word of the Day (WOTD) to the meeting. Encourages us to use the WOTD in all speeches, topics and evaluations, and other parts of the meeting. Also listens for use of grammar and word usage during the meeting, good and bad. When introducing the role, you may SHARE your screen, and show a BIG FONT with your word in a document with examples. For more details click here
Body Language Monitor
Watches all members use of body language during ALL segments of the meeting as well as the lighting, backgrounds and backdrops visible on screen.
Follows the chat window during all segments of the meeting. Notes any questions a guest might put in the chat or other chat discussion.
Keeps track of time in ALL segments of the meeting. At certain points will explain specific times allowed for speeches, table topics, etc. For more details click here
Runs the Table Topics segment which help us think on our feet with impromptu speaking. Topics Master will pick 1-5 attendees to answer a question within the allotted time. For more details click here
Delivers a prepared speech from the Traditional Education Program or Pathways
Backup speaker is promoted to Speaker if one of the original speakers cannot take part for any reason.
Observes prepared speeches and offers their opinions in oral and written format. These will be not just the content of the speech but its relevance to the project, speech structure, oral and visual performance of the speaker, etc. Offers praise and commendations as well as recommendations for improvement. For more details click here
Asks speech evaluators to deliver their reports. Asks for reports from Ah Counter, Grammarian, Chat Monitor, Body Language Monitor and Timer. Then delivers a General Evaluator’s report on everything that has not already been evaluated. For more details click here
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