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Toastmaster Meeting Roles
Toastmaster of the Day The Toastmaster runs the meeting as the MC. The Toastmaster will give the introductions for the speakers and keep the meeting running on time.
General Evaluator The General Evaluator introduces the evaluators, evaluates the evaluators, and the meeting.
Speech Evaluator Evaluates the speaker that you are assigned to evaluate based on the speaker’s manual and project number.
Table Topics Master Create 3-5 questions to ask club members and guest so they can practice impromptu speaking. As Table Topics master you may ask for volunteers or pick someone.
Timer The timer monitors the time of the speakers, table topic speakers, and evaluators, including the General evaluator, ah counter and any other role of the day. Speak 1 minute.
Word of the Day Provide the club with a word, the definition of the word, and an example of the word in a sentence. Speak 1 minute.
Inspiration An inspirational moment is an excellent opportunity to use motivation, a story, or a lesson to inspire your members to greater heights.
Humor Master Gives the club a laugh to start their meeting with a funny story or clean joke. Speak 1-2 minutes.
Ah Counter/GrammarianThe Ah counter counts the ahs, ums, and any filler words that are unnecessary. The grammarian reports on any incorrect grammar. Speak 1 minute.
Pungent Preceptor The Pungent Preceptor asks the members questions about the speeches and Table Topics to test the member’s ability to listen. Speak 1-2 minutes.
Meeting Roles Create LeadersMeeting roles are the first step in becoming a better leader. The roles give you hands on experience.
Your Journey In Toastmasters
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