Sample Meeting Agenda

Time Agenda Role Description
7:00pm Sergeant-at-Arms Calls meeting to order, introduces guests, introduces Toastmaster.
7:01pm Toastmaster Opens the meeting, welcomes everyone, introduces the agenda and the speakers.
7:03pm Ah-Counter Introduces the word of the night.
7:05pm Inspiration A member gives a short story, tale or event to set a positive tone for the meeting.
7:07pm Table Topics Master Explains Table Topics and theme. Conducts Table Topics session which gives members the opportunity to practice impromptu speaking skills.
7:17pm Tonic A member gives a short inspirational story to the meeting.
7:19pm Table Topics Evaulation Evaluators provide constructive feedback in oral and written form. Evaluations are highly encouraging and provide a positive learning experience for all.
7:25pm Project Speech A Speaker presents a prepared speech from either Toastmasters International’s Competent Communication Manual or an Advanced Manual.
7:32pm Speech Evaluation An Evaluator provides constructive feedback in oral and written form. Evaluations are highly encouraging and provide a positive learning experience for all.
7:36pm Project Speech A Speaker presents a prepared speech from either Toastmasters International’s Competent Communication Manual or an Advanced Manual.
7:43pm Speech Evaluation An Evaluator provides constructive feedback in oral and written form. Evaluations are highly encouraging and provide a positive learning experience for all.
7:46pm Project Speech A Speaker presents a prepared speech from either Toastmasters International’s Competent Communication Manual or an Advanced Manual.
7:53pm Speech Evaluation An Evaluator provides constructive feedback in oral and written form. Evaluations are highly encouraging and provide a positive learning experience for all.
7:57pm Project Speech A Speaker presents a prepared speech from either Toastmasters International’s Competent Communication Manual or an Advanced Manual.
8:04pm Speech Evaluation An Evaluator provides constructive feedback in oral and written form. Evaluations are highly encouraging and provide a positive learning experience for all.
8:07pm Grammarian The Grammarian gives us the top phrases of the night as well as some needed correction of grammar and then a highlight of the night The Grammarian reports on good use of grammar and grammatical errors.
8:10pm Ah-Counter Gives a report on the use of the word of the night and any filler words used throughout the meeting.
8:12pm Evaluate the Evaluators An Evaluator evaluates the Table Topics Evaluator and the Speech Evaluators.
8:18pm Timer The Timer records the length of each person’s speech and provides a visual sign to the speaker that allotted time is about to expire. Toastmasters speeches and reports are carefully planned to fit specific time periods. The Timer reports the speech time periods to the meeting.
8:20pm General Evaluation The General Evaluator evaluates all those that have not yet been evaluated.
8:29pm Toastmaster hands over to the President to close the meeting The President thanks guests for attending and allows them to comment if they wish. President closes the meeting.

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