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Parliamentary Procedure

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  • hehe kulit ng mga face nila only one was nominated for president what is the other choice hehe tnx anyway quiz will be alot easier now :D
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  • 1. Parliamentary Procedure also called rules of order
  • 2. Parliamentary Procedure
    • a set of rules for conduct at meetings that allows everyone to be hear and to make decisions.
  • 3. Motion
    • a proposal that the entire membership takes action or stands on an issue.
  • 4.
    • When one makes a motion, he is just proposing an idea or suggestion for the group to take action.
  • 5. Quorum
    • is the minimum number of members who must be present for business to be transacted.
  • 6.
    • Once a quorum is present, the meeting and business may proceed.
    • Quorum refers to the number of members present , not to the number of members voting.
  • 7. Roles and Positions
  • 8. A. Chairperson
    • is the facilitator of the meeting.
    • keeps the meeting moving along through the agenda
  • 9.
    • recognizes people to speak
    • enforces the rules of the meeting
  • 10. B. Secretary
    • takes notes of the meeting, and sometimes distributes them.
  • 11. Parts of the Meeting and Sample Expressions
  • 12. A. Call to Order
    • The chairman would say, “The meeting will now please come to order .”
  • 13. B. Roll call
    • secretary may call the names of the members
  • 14. C. Business
    • The chairman will present and give a brief description of the agenda .
  • 15.
    • “ First in our agenda for today is the election of officers…”
  • 16.
    • “ If there are no clarifications regarding this matter, then we shall proceed now to our business at hand. The table is open for the nomination of candidates for the president position.”
  • 17. D. Motion
    • members now will propose their own candidate .
  • 18. Member 1
    • “ I respectfully nominate
    • Joshua Odom
    • to be our president.”
  • 19. Member 2
    • “ I move that the nomination for
    • the position of president be closed.”
  • 20.
    • a member needs to second the motion after it has been made by someone else.
    E. Seconding the motion
  • 21.
    • “ I second the motion.”
  • 22. F. General Consent Motion
    • the chairman acknowledges the motion and asks for the members’ choice .
    • the chairman announces the result .
  • 23.
    • “ Who is in favor of Joshua Odom?”
  • 24. G. Announcement
    • any group member can make announcement to everyone.
  • 25. H. Adjournment
    • This is the end of the meeting . If less formal, the chairman will just say, “If there is no further business, the meeting is adjourned.”

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