Role Speaker Evaluator

Role – Speaker Evaluator

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The main purpose of the Evaluator role is to provide constructive and encouraging feedback that helps the speaker to improve their speaking skills and confidence. This is primarily done with the following format: The cheatsheet below, will help you prepare for the role, download and review this before you come to the meeting. Download Cheatsheet PDF Official Toastmaster International Guide …

Role General Evaluator

Role – General Evaluator

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What does the General Evaluator do? The main purpose of the General Evaluator role is to provide constructive and encouraging feedback to the club and all those roles that have not had feedback. This is generally done by someone from an outside club, allowing good ideas to be shared between clubs. Download Cheatsheet PDF GE Evaluation Form Andy O’Sullivan’s excellent …

Role Ah Counter

Role – Ah-Counter

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The purpose of the Ah-Counter is to note any overused words or filler sounds used as a crutch by anyone who speaks during the meeting. NOTE this is often merged with the Grammarian Role. The main responsibilities of the Evaluator are: Introduce the Ah-Counter role. To make notes during the Table Topics and speeches and prepare their evaluation. To deliver …

Role Videographer

Role – Videographer

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The main purpose of the Videographer role is to notify people that the meeting is being recorded, inspire members to look at their speeches, and ask people who do not want to be filmed, notify them so they can be removed from the film. The cheatsheet below, will help you prepare for the role, download and review this before you …

Role Guest Introductions

Role – Guest Introductions

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The main purpose of the Guest Introductions role is to welcome the guests to the meeting, and help guests introduce themselves to the meeting. The cheatsheet below, will help you prepare for the role, download and review this before you come to the meeting. Download Cheatsheet PDF

Role Chair International Speech

Role – Contest Chair International Speech

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The Contest Chair is the overall host, and responsible for ensuring the contest is run fairly and efficiently. Note you may also have to fill time as votes are counted, so prepare a table topic session that can be run with the audience. – You could also run a Q&A session with the contestants to allow the audience to get …

Role Chair Evaluation Contest

Role – Contest Chair Evaluation Contest

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The Contest Chair is the overall host, and responsible for ensuring the contest is run fairly and efficiently. Note you may also have to fill time as votes are counted, so prepare a table topic session that can be run with the audience. – You could also run a Q&A session with the contestants to allow the audience to get …

Role Chair Humorous Speech

Role – Contest Chair Humorous Speech

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The Contest Chair is the overall host, and responsible for ensuring the contest is run fairly and efficiently. Note you may also have to fill time as votes are counted, so prepare a table topic session that can be run with the audience. – You could also run a Q&A session with the contestants to allow the audience to get …

Role Chair Table Topics

Role – Contest Chair Table Topics

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The Contest Chair is the overall host, and responsible for ensuring the contest is run fairly and efficiently. Note you may also have to fill time as votes are counted, so prepare a table topic session that can be run with the audience. – You could also run a Q&A session with the contestants to allow the audience to get …

Example Journey

Example Journey

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This is example path for new members, you don’t have to follow this to the letter, but this is here to provide you an idea of how to get started in your Toastmaster Journey.