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  • 1. Yamato Bilingual ClubCommunication Boot Camp Kiminari Azuma – ACS/ALS 2007 & 2008 Champion District 76 Yamato Bilingual Toastmasters Club Fantasista Toastmasters Club
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  • 3. •  10:00 - 10:10 •  10:10 - 12:10 •  12:10 - 13:00 •  13:00 - 15:00 •  •  •  •  •  15:30 - 17:30 •  18:00 -
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  • 6. •  • •  • •  • •  • •  • •  • •  • 
  • 7. •  •  •  •  2 •  15 15 Ah-counter, Grammarian 16 TMOD Table Topics Master Prepared Speaker Ah-Counter Evaluator Grammarian General Evaluator Joke Master
  • 8. •  •  6 •  6
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  • 10. Round 1 •  TT •  2 2 •  •  A B •  B A •  •  6
  • 11. • •  YES, NO •  è •  è
  • 12. • •  TT •  •  •  XXX
  • 13. • •  YES, NO •  è •  è
  • 14. •  PREP•  Story Telling •  • • 
  • 15. - PREP •  Point•  Reason •  Example 1 •  (Example 2) •  (Example 3)•  Point
  • 16. – Story Telling •  Point•  Story / Tall Tales (•  Point
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  • 18. •  1.  2. •  •  • 
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  • 20. Kiminari Azuma – ACS/ALS 2007 & 2008 Champion District 76Yamato Bilingual Toastmasters Club Fantasista Toastmasters Club
  • 21. •  •  . •  . •  . • 
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  • 23. • • •  Motivate• • 
  • 24. • • • • • 
  • 25. • •  è• 
  • 26. • • 
  • 27. Motivate• • 
  • 28. • •  Motivate
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  • 30. •  •  •  3 •  1 • •  3 30
  • 31. •  1.  2.  3 30 .•  –  –  –  –  –  –  – 
  • 32. CC 5 AC ( 5 TM Kitahara CC 6 Vocal VarietyTM Kawahito
  • 33. •  CC• • • •  •  •  • 
  • 34. •  •  •  CC• • • •  •  •  • 
  • 35. •  AC•  5• • •  •  • 
  • 36. • •  AC •  •  5• • •  •  • 
  • 37. TM Kitahara •  Manual CC•  Project 6•  Theme Vocal Variety•  Title What makes your voice more appealing?•  Objectives •  Use voice volume, pitch, rate, and quality to reflect and add meaning and interest to your message.. •  Use pauses to enhance your message. •  Use vocal variety smoothly and naturally.
  • 38. TM Kitahara • •  Manual CC •  •  Project 6•  Theme Vocal Variety•  Title What makes your voice more appealing?•  Objectives •  Use voice volume, pitch, rate, and quality to reflect and add meaning and interest to your message.. •  Use pauses to enhance your message. •  Use vocal variety smoothly and naturally.
  • 39. TM Kawahito •  Manual None•  Project None•  Theme Win•  Title Change!•  Objectives
  • 40. TM Kawahito •  Manual None • •  Project None•  Theme Win •  •  Title Change!•  Objectives
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  • 42. Kiminari Azuma – ACS/ALS 2007 & 2008 Champion District 76Yamato Bilingual Toastmasters Club Fantasista Toastmasters Club
  • 43. •  •  . •  . •  . • 
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  • 45. Part 1 : 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.  +
  • 46. 1/6 :       Wri$ng
  • 47. 2/6 : When Mantra Resources Ideageneration “If my life ended tomorrow, what Darren LaCroix message would I want to leave for (2001 World Champion of Public children?” Speaking) Writing PREP Toshiyuki Inoue (2001 D76 Champion) Tell them what you are going to tell, Toastmaster Magazine Tell them, Tell them what you told them. Tell a story, make a point David Brooks (1999 World Champion of Public Speaking) Practice “Tough Times never last” Ken Izumi (2004 D76 Champion) Presentation Mieko Kobayashi (2009 D76 Champion Japanese Speech )
  • 48. 3/6 : Speech PREP 1.  Tell them what Tell a story Organization you are going to Make a point (Structure) tell 2.  Tell them 3.  Tell them what you told themOpening Point Tell them what you are going to tellBody Reason Example 1 Tell a story Tell them Example 2 Make a point Example 3 Conclusion Point Tell them what you told them.
  • 49. 4/6 : •  •  •  • •  •  • 
  • 50. 5/6 : • • • 
  • 51. 6/6 : My “Writing” Mantra + Speech PREP 1.  Tell them Tell a storyOrganization what you are Make a point (Structure) going to tell 2.  Tell them 3.  Tell them what you told themOpening Point Tell them what you Tell your are going to tell Body Reason Example 1 Tell a story Tell them Example 2 Make a point Tell your Example 3 Conclusion Point Tell them what you Tell your told them.
  • 52. : •  Vocal Variety• •  Vocal Variety• 
  • 53. Part 2 : ( )
  • 54. Part 2 : •  1.  2.  5 .•  –  –  –  –  –  – 
  • 55. Speech Topics 1.  My teacher /2.  Priceless XXXXXX / XXXX3.  My life changing experience /4.  Life is tough, life is beautiful /5.  Big failure in my life /6.  My enemy /7.  Unforgettable moment / • 
  • 56. Part 3 :
  • 57. Part 3 : •  • 
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