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This group is for any interested in improving direct & indirect communication skills, public speaking skills, problem solving & decision making, team building, time management, poise and confidence, flexibility and so much more. We are a small but fun group and we meet every Saturday morning at 9:30.

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Dynamic Advanced Toastmasters On-Line Meeting

Online event

Due to COVID-19, we will not be meeting in person until we have been given the ok to do so. In the meantime, we will be holding our meetings online via Zoom.

In order to get the link, you must RSVP!

Visit our website for up-to-date information: https://dynamicadvanced.toastmastersclubs.org/

WHAT TO EXPECT

Whether it's your first meeting or your 100th, please:

- Applaud at the introduction of each speaker and again at the end of the speech (this is the Toastmaster equivalent of a group hug). It is part of the nurturing environment that grows personal progress.

- Write some comments on the small speech evaluation form for each speaker.

- If you’re willing, speak in response to table topic questions.

- Ask questions of the members before and after the meeting.

- Let us know how our club can help you achieve your goals.

- Tell us your reaction to the meeting.

- Plan to return for a second look.

You have taken an important first step towards improving your communication skills by asking about our program. The next steps are:

- Determine where you stand as a speaker and form a written plan for the areas you want to improve in.

- Participate in our next meeting and talk with a mentor.

We welcome your questions and your input.

Cast of Characters

When you attend your first few meetings it will be helpful to know the cast of characters. Other than the Presiding Officer, people volunteering at a previous meeting fill all the positions.

Toastmaster of the Day: The master of ceremonies; The Toastmaster introduces the various participants in the meeting and leads the meeting.

Grammarian: A member presents a vocabulary-building word with definition and usage. The goal is for everyone who speaks to use the new word.

Jokemaster: A member presents a humorous story or joke, because being able to use humor well is a very important skill.

Timer: Because one of the purposes of Toastmasters is to ensure our members learn how to express a thought within a specific time, the time keeper times, records and reports the time used by each table topic speaker, speaker, and evaluator.

Ah Counter: Checks participants’ grammar and counts audible pauses such as “ah”, “uh” and “you know”. This person also praises participants for using the word of the day.

Speakers: Typically there are two to three speakers. Each one gives a prepared Pathways speech, usually 5 to 7 minutes. Each speech has specific objectives that are listed in the Pathways project.

Table Topics Master: The table topic master helps members practice thinking on their feet. He selects topics of general interest and asks questions of members in the audience (you may be asked to participate).
General Evaluator: Provides constructive feedback on the meeting in general. He or she is in charge of the individual evaluators, the timer, and the grammarian.

Evaluators: The purpose of the evaluator is to motivate the speaker to both continue speaking and to improve. The evaluator lets the speaker know what areas he has excelled in, and also offers a few constructive suggestions to help the speaker improve. The evaluator gives an oral review as well as a written review in the speaker’s project evaluation form.

Dynamic Advanced Toastmasters On-Line Meeting

Online event

Due to COVID-19, we will not be meeting in person until we have been given the ok to do so. In the meantime, we will be holding our meetings online via Zoom.

In order to get the link, you must RSVP!

Visit our website for up-to-date information: https://dynamicadvanced.toastmastersclubs.org/

WHAT TO EXPECT

Whether it's your first meeting or your 100th, please:

- Applaud at the introduction of each speaker and again at the end of the speech (this is the Toastmaster equivalent of a group hug). It is part of the nurturing environment that grows personal progress.

- Write some comments on the small speech evaluation form for each speaker.

- If you’re willing, speak in response to table topic questions.

- Ask questions of the members before and after the meeting.

- Let us know how our club can help you achieve your goals.

- Tell us your reaction to the meeting.

- Plan to return for a second look.

You have taken an important first step towards improving your communication skills by asking about our program. The next steps are:

- Determine where you stand as a speaker and form a written plan for the areas you want to improve in.

- Participate in our next meeting and talk with a mentor.

We welcome your questions and your input.

Cast of Characters

When you attend your first few meetings it will be helpful to know the cast of characters. Other than the Presiding Officer, people volunteering at a previous meeting fill all the positions.

Toastmaster of the Day: The master of ceremonies; The Toastmaster introduces the various participants in the meeting and leads the meeting.

Grammarian: A member presents a vocabulary-building word with definition and usage. The goal is for everyone who speaks to use the new word.

Jokemaster: A member presents a humorous story or joke, because being able to use humor well is a very important skill.

Timer: Because one of the purposes of Toastmasters is to ensure our members learn how to express a thought within a specific time, the time keeper times, records and reports the time used by each table topic speaker, speaker, and evaluator.

Ah Counter: Checks participants’ grammar and counts audible pauses such as “ah”, “uh” and “you know”. This person also praises participants for using the word of the day.

Speakers: Typically there are two to three speakers. Each one gives a prepared Pathways speech, usually 5 to 7 minutes. Each speech has specific objectives that are listed in the Pathways project.

Table Topics Master: The table topic master helps members practice thinking on their feet. He selects topics of general interest and asks questions of members in the audience (you may be asked to participate).
General Evaluator: Provides constructive feedback on the meeting in general. He or she is in charge of the individual evaluators, the timer, and the grammarian.

Evaluators: The purpose of the evaluator is to motivate the speaker to both continue speaking and to improve. The evaluator lets the speaker know what areas he has excelled in, and also offers a few constructive suggestions to help the speaker improve. The evaluator gives an oral review as well as a written review in the speaker’s project evaluation form.

Dynamic Advanced Toastmasters On-Line Meeting

Online event

Due to COVID-19, we will not be meeting in person until we have been given the ok to do so. In the meantime, we will be holding our meetings online via Zoom.

In order to get the link, you must RSVP!

Visit our website for up-to-date information: https://dynamicadvanced.toastmastersclubs.org/

WHAT TO EXPECT

Whether it's your first meeting or your 100th, please:

- Applaud at the introduction of each speaker and again at the end of the speech (this is the Toastmaster equivalent of a group hug). It is part of the nurturing environment that grows personal progress.

- Write some comments on the small speech evaluation form for each speaker.

- If you’re willing, speak in response to table topic questions.

- Ask questions of the members before and after the meeting.

- Let us know how our club can help you achieve your goals.

- Tell us your reaction to the meeting.

- Plan to return for a second look.

You have taken an important first step towards improving your communication skills by asking about our program. The next steps are:

- Determine where you stand as a speaker and form a written plan for the areas you want to improve in.

- Participate in our next meeting and talk with a mentor.

We welcome your questions and your input.

Cast of Characters

When you attend your first few meetings it will be helpful to know the cast of characters. Other than the Presiding Officer, people volunteering at a previous meeting fill all the positions.

Toastmaster of the Day: The master of ceremonies; The Toastmaster introduces the various participants in the meeting and leads the meeting.

Grammarian: A member presents a vocabulary-building word with definition and usage. The goal is for everyone who speaks to use the new word.

Jokemaster: A member presents a humorous story or joke, because being able to use humor well is a very important skill.

Timer: Because one of the purposes of Toastmasters is to ensure our members learn how to express a thought within a specific time, the time keeper times, records and reports the time used by each table topic speaker, speaker, and evaluator.

Ah Counter: Checks participants’ grammar and counts audible pauses such as “ah”, “uh” and “you know”. This person also praises participants for using the word of the day.

Speakers: Typically there are two to three speakers. Each one gives a prepared Pathways speech, usually 5 to 7 minutes. Each speech has specific objectives that are listed in the Pathways project.

Table Topics Master: The table topic master helps members practice thinking on their feet. He selects topics of general interest and asks questions of members in the audience (you may be asked to participate).
General Evaluator: Provides constructive feedback on the meeting in general. He or she is in charge of the individual evaluators, the timer, and the grammarian.

Evaluators: The purpose of the evaluator is to motivate the speaker to both continue speaking and to improve. The evaluator lets the speaker know what areas he has excelled in, and also offers a few constructive suggestions to help the speaker improve. The evaluator gives an oral review as well as a written review in the speaker’s project evaluation form.

Dynamic Advanced Toastmasters On-Line Meeting

Online event

Due to COVID-19, we will not be meeting in person until we have been given the ok to do so. In the meantime, we will be holding our meetings online via Zoom.

In order to get the link, you must RSVP!

Visit our website for up-to-date information: https://dynamicadvanced.toastmastersclubs.org/

WHAT TO EXPECT

Whether it's your first meeting or your 100th, please:

- Applaud at the introduction of each speaker and again at the end of the speech (this is the Toastmaster equivalent of a group hug). It is part of the nurturing environment that grows personal progress.

- Write some comments on the small speech evaluation form for each speaker.

- If you’re willing, speak in response to table topic questions.

- Ask questions of the members before and after the meeting.

- Let us know how our club can help you achieve your goals.

- Tell us your reaction to the meeting.

- Plan to return for a second look.

You have taken an important first step towards improving your communication skills by asking about our program. The next steps are:

- Determine where you stand as a speaker and form a written plan for the areas you want to improve in.

- Participate in our next meeting and talk with a mentor.

We welcome your questions and your input.

Cast of Characters

When you attend your first few meetings it will be helpful to know the cast of characters. Other than the Presiding Officer, people volunteering at a previous meeting fill all the positions.

Toastmaster of the Day: The master of ceremonies; The Toastmaster introduces the various participants in the meeting and leads the meeting.

Grammarian: A member presents a vocabulary-building word with definition and usage. The goal is for everyone who speaks to use the new word.

Jokemaster: A member presents a humorous story or joke, because being able to use humor well is a very important skill.

Timer: Because one of the purposes of Toastmasters is to ensure our members learn how to express a thought within a specific time, the time keeper times, records and reports the time used by each table topic speaker, speaker, and evaluator.

Ah Counter: Checks participants’ grammar and counts audible pauses such as “ah”, “uh” and “you know”. This person also praises participants for using the word of the day.

Speakers: Typically there are two to three speakers. Each one gives a prepared Pathways speech, usually 5 to 7 minutes. Each speech has specific objectives that are listed in the Pathways project.

Table Topics Master: The table topic master helps members practice thinking on their feet. He selects topics of general interest and asks questions of members in the audience (you may be asked to participate).
General Evaluator: Provides constructive feedback on the meeting in general. He or she is in charge of the individual evaluators, the timer, and the grammarian.

Evaluators: The purpose of the evaluator is to motivate the speaker to both continue speaking and to improve. The evaluator lets the speaker know what areas he has excelled in, and also offers a few constructive suggestions to help the speaker improve. The evaluator gives an oral review as well as a written review in the speaker’s project evaluation form.

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