Fclub Modest Proposal #2


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Fclub Modest Proposal #2

  1. 1. Listen, Argue Write Listen Argue, Write, Speak, Speak and DEAI Modest P M d t Proposals by M t h l b Matcha
  2. 2. General Methodology: DEAI G l hdl A Discover Lecture/Presentation of the Topic Engage 1st Practice Activity y Assay Evaluation of Progress Improve 2nd Activity + α
  3. 3. Proposal # “Are You Listening?” l #1 A ?” General Objective Improve basic listening and active listening skills
  4. 4. Proposal # “Are You Listening?” l #1 A ?” Why? We are a not just a speech club, but a communication club Avoid misinterpretation, miscommunication Understand and be better understood
  5. 5. Proposal # “Are You Listening?” l #1 A ?” General Curriculum Studying barriers to effective listening 1. Learning to ignore distractions to g g 2. listening Identifying situations where active 3. listening is important Understanding what active listening is 4. 4 Learning to eliminate snap judgments 5. when listening
  6. 6. Proposal # “Are You Listening?” l #1 A ?” Learning to diagnose before prescribing 6. Learning about autobiographical g gp 7. responses Practicing the four different stages of 8. active listening Practicing the listening to really 9. 9 understand
  7. 7. Proposal # “Are You Listening?” l #1 A ?” Meeting #1 (English) The Basics Meeting #2 ( p g (Japanese) Working Through ) g g the Steps of Active Listening Meeting #3 (Bilingual) Putting It All Together, Multicultural Listening “Ke” Meeting #1 (English) Mirror of Words Ke and Diagnosis Practice “Ke” Meeting #2 (Japanese)Mirror of Content, Mirror of Feelings “Ke” “ ” Meeting #3 ( l(Bilingual) The Complete l) h l Mirror and Understanding
  8. 8. Proposal # “Are You Listening?” l #1 A ?” Addendum Role Play – for illustration and practice purposes role play will be used Situations Include: Parent/child disputes Listening for a client`s needs Acting as a counselor or an advisor
  9. 9. Proposal # “Are You Listening” l #1 A ” References How to Listen Effectively Success Communication Series, TI Item 242 The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People Author: Stephen. R. Covey p y 聞き上手になるには 作家:弘兼憲史
  10. 10. Proposal # “Rob`s Law” l #2 b ” General Objective Mastering Robert`s Rules of Order from ` Roll Call to Adjournment
  11. 11. Proposal # “Rob`s Law” l #2 b ” Why? Robert`s Rules is an internationally ` accepted standard set of rules for deliberating bodies of 15 or more people f It helps the business portion run smoothly if done correctly If you attend a TM Council meeting, learn it to protect your sanity, or you may be there for a long time
  12. 12. Proposal # “Rob`s Law” l #2 b ” General Curriculum Learning the basic order of business 1. Learning the orders of p g procedure 2. Practicing making proper main motions 3. and secondary motions Practicing dealing with amendments 4. Managing debate/discussion 5. 5 Learning to deal with improper procedure 6.
  13. 13. Proposal # “Rob`s Law” l #2 b ” Meeting #1 (English) Basic Overview Meeting #2(Japanese) Advanced g (p ) Parliamentary Procedures Meeting #3 (Bilingual) Prickly Parliamentary Problems in Action “Ke” Meeting #1(English) Keeping Your Ke Motions in Proper Order “Ke” Meeting #2 (Japanese) Amendment Battle! “Ke” “ ” Meeting #3 (Bilingual) Dethroning (l l) h the Chair
  14. 14. Proposal # “Rob`s Law” l #2 b ” Addendum Some Possible Activities: Guiding a person to actually form a motion Stopping an unruly member Dealing with a wave of amendments and counter proposals Ending debate when it threatens to devour the regular meeting l ti
  15. 15. Proposal # “Rob`s Law” l #2 b ” References Parliamentary Procedure in Action Success/Leadership Program, Item 237 Robert`s Rules of Order Newly Revised 10th Edition 米語による公式会議運営手順 作家:内海和男
  16. 16. Proposal # “Writing Right” l #3 h” General Objective Master the writing techniques of Kennedy, Churchill, and other master orators
  17. 17. Proposal # “Writing Right” l #3 h” Why? People judge leaders by the power of their words (Ex: Bush vs. Obama) Fiery prose matched with solid content will get you to the big game
  18. 18. Proposal # “Writing Right” l #3 h” General Curriculum Killing your amenities and inanities 1. Writing powerful opening and endings gp p g g 2. Learning rhetorical techniques 3. Learning to pick powerful words 4. 4 Learning to create word pictures 5.
  19. 19. Proposal # “Writing Right” l #3 h” Meeting #1 (English) Rhet. Techniques Meeting #2 ( p g (Japanese) Rhet. Techniques ) q Meeting #3 (Bilingual) Opening/Endings “Ke” Meeting #1 (English) Presidential Ke Writing “Ke” Meeting #2 (Japanese) Image Writing “Ke” “ ” Meeting #3 (Bilingual) Practicing (l l) Picking Powerful Words for Openers / Closers l
  20. 20. Proposal # “Writing Right” l #3 h” References Choosing Powerful Words Essence of Public Speaking, Ron H. Carpenter Rhetoric Author: Aristotle さすがと思わせるできる人の話し方 作家:高橋フミアキ 名門校に席をおくな! 編集:講談社校閲局 編集 講談社校閲局
  21. 21. Proposal # “Writing Righting” l #3 h” Addendum Optional separate viewings of f O ti l t ii f famous orations b ti by Churchill, Kennedy, Reagan, MLK, Malcolm X, etc
  22. 22. Location, Location, Location Locations Under Consideration Proposal #1 神楽坂 後楽園 王子 神楽坂、後楽園、王子 Proposal #2 新宿、日比谷、青山 番外:国会議事堂ツアー (千代 (千代田TMCの杉山さんに打 番外 国会議事堂 杉山さん 打 診) Proposal #3田端、神保町、馬込 P l #3田端 神保町 馬込
  23. 23. The Th Last Word d With your vote we can make the next next set of meetings exciting, educational, and of course exceptional. Vote Matcha, Vote Often 8-)