ZOOM LINK (SAME EVERY WEEK)
Presiding Officer Role Description
COT Moment of Congratulations
All of our Club Officers have worked really hard and have now officially completed all their training sessions. Make sure to show your support and congratulate them when you get a chance!
Upcoming Mentorship Workshop: Tragicomedy, the History and Its Origins
Next week our Club President, Alondra Sánchez, will be giving us a crash course behind the history of our club theme. Please take a moment RSVP here:
1. Joselyn Garcia
2. Warren Hinrichs
3. Phil Nowell
4. Ira Pallavi
5. Xiomara Gonzalez
6. Anurag Rajput
1. Lucy Giammarco
Grammarian/Ah-Counter Role Description
Word of the Day:
a play for theater, radio, or television:“a gritty urban drama about growing up in Harlem”
drama as a genre or style of literature:“Renaissance drama”
an exciting, emotional, or unexpected series of events or set of circumstances:“a hostage drama”“an afternoon of high drama at Fenway Park”
Body Language Monitor Role Description
General Evaluator Role Description
Table Topicsmaster Role Description
Humorist/Inspirationist Role Description
Prepared Presentations (e.g., speeches, stand-up comedy routines, films, etc.)
Toastmaster introduces presenter(s).
Pathways Project Evaluation Forms
Table Topics (e.g., impromptu speaking, improv comedy games, etc.)
Toastmaster turns meeting over to Table Topicsmaster.
Table Topicsmaster introduces Table Topics Participant(s).
Table Topics Participant Role Description
Volunteer ahead of time to participate in Table Topics by signing up above!
Toastmaster introduces evaluator(s).
Toastmaster calls for reports from supporting roles.
Body Language Monitor
Toastmaster makes closing remarks and turns meeting over to Presiding Officer.
Presiding Officer asks first-time guest(s) to share feedback and adjourns meeting.
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