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ISB Toastmasters Club

3rd Demo Meeting -2015

Theme of the Day


ISBs Past

on Tuesday, 16th June 2015


(9:00 PM 10:00PM)

Fun Facts about Toastmaster


Toastmaster was started by Ralph C
Smedley as a part of improving skills of
the men at YMCA . The first meeting
took place in the basement of the YMCA
Building in Santa Ana California on
October 22 1924.

Time

9:00 9:03

MI
N

LECTERN

SAA

There are roughly 14650 Toastmasters


clubs spread across 126 countries.
Aditya Maheshwaran ISB Alum of 2011
Batch will represent District 41 ( India
W/O Kerala, Karnataka & TN) at the 2015
World Championship of Public
Speaking in Las Vegas, this August.

Role Players:
TMOD: TM Snehal
TTM: TM Susmin
General Evaluator: TM Pooja M
SAA: TM Susmin
Speakers:
Speaker

Project

Time
(Min)

TM
Swarnadeep

CC6

5-7

9:03 9:12

Toastmast
er of the
Day

9:12 9:32

20

Toastmast
er of the
Day

9:32 9:42

10

Table
Topics
Master

9:42 9:43

TTM

ACTIVITY

Call meeting to order


Explanation of Rules
Introduce TMOD
Explains TM Movement & TM
Meeting
Introduce General Evaluator
Introduce Grammarian
Introduce Ah-Counter
Introduce Timer
Introduces Evaluators to narrate
Project
Objectives
Introduces Prepared Project Speaker
Delivery of Speeches
Voting for the best speaker
Introduces the Table Topics Master
Call for Table Topics
Voting for the best table topic
speaker
Hands over the session to TMOD
Hands over the session to the
General Evaluator

Speech Evaluators:
Speaker

Evaluator

TM Swarnadeep

TM Rahul

Grammarian: TM Kshitij
Ah Counter:
Timer: TM

9:43 9:58

15

General
Evaluator

Toastmast
er of the
Day
The Mission of the Club

9:58 10:00

Call for Speech Evaluations


Delivers General Evaluators Report
Vote for Best Evaluator and Best
Role Taker
Call for Timer, Ah-Counter &
Grammarians
Reports
Hands over charge back to the
TMOD
Closes the session
Call for Role Players for next Meeting
Adjourn Meeting

The club provides a supportive and positive learning experience in which the members are empowered to
develop their communication and leadership skills, resulting in greater self-confidence and personal growth.

wA guide for all Toastmasters role takers:


1. Always carry a pen and paper for each meeting
2. Be ahead of time for each meeting It helps!

Next Meeting Roles ( Todays date -16- June 2015)


Role
Task
Make it shine
I would like to take up the role a) Speaker b )Evaluator c)General Evaluator d) Timer e) Grammarian f) Ah
Ah
Your
task
will
be
to
count
filler
words
in
a
speech.
Examples
of
A more comprehensive report
Counter g)TMOD or h)TTM
counter
filler words are : ah, umm, like, you know, so, too many ands
also keeps track of unusual
pauses (too lengthy, too short,
Role
none at all)
Also, a short recommendation on
general flow of speech goes a
long way
Timer

Your task will be to keep track of the timing for speeches,


evaluations, and table topics. Please be aware of the timings
for each role.
The green card is shown at the lower limit of timing, the yellow
at the middle and the red at the upper limit
Carry the timers cards to the meeting

Grammari
an

Your task will be to introduce the word of the day, keep track of
good and bad usage of grammar.
It is imperative that while giving reports on bad usage, you do
not refer to the person who committed the error. Keep the
recommendations general and the commendations specific
Point out the speakers who used the word of the day correctly
in their speech

Table
Topics
Master

Try and come up with topics that match with the theme

Evaluator
s

An evaluator for CC1 gives only commendations for a new


member

Keep them interesting and humorous. Always have extra topics


handy for a rainy day

All other evaluators follow a C-R-C format. Start the evaluation


with a Commendation, followed by a Recommendation and
then end with a Commendation again
Ensure that you remind your speaker to carry their Competent
Communicator Module
TMOD

A TMOD carries the entire meeting with him/her. His/ her role
extends to:
Sending the role takers email
Informing participants of the meeting details
Starting the meeting on time
Introduce the theme, the role takers, each evaluator
before the speech and finally, each speaker
Ensuring that special requirements for speeches are met
Ensure that speakers are reminded to carry their
Competent Communicator Modules

General

A general evaluator evaluates the meeting as a whole

A great timer not only gives a


comprehensive report, but also
recommends or asks for
recommendations for speech
qualifications
The red card is kept up till the
end of the speech / evaluation /
table topic
A great grammarian introduces
the word of the day by using it in
a sentence
Recommendations should be
easy to remember. This is best
achieved by illustrating
recommendations in easy to
remember ways.
Set the tone for a great end to
the meeting

A great evaluator connects with


the speaker and the crowd.
Make tangible and realizable
recommendations

A great TMOD keeps the


audience engaged with the
theme and interacts in between
each speech

A great GE provides further

Evaluator

The evaluator calls upon each role taker to deliver their reports

feedback to each speaker and


gives recommendations for the
next meeting