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COT#2 Toastmasters Judges Training

  1. 1. Contest Judge Training! 2013/2014 The 2nd Officers Training
  2. 2. Part Ⅰ" Fundamentals
 of Judging A New Comprehensive Judge Training! Part III
 Simulation and Discussion Part II
 The Role of the Chief Judge
  3. 3. Part Ⅰ! Fundamentals
 of Judging
  4. 4. Purpose of Judging Evaluating speeches " Selecting winners
  5. 5. Good Judges must be Fair Good Listeners Knowledge
 -able Accurate Trust
 -worthy
  6. 6. Tall Tales Appropriateness(15) Speech Language Development(30) 15 Speech Techniques(25) Physical   Judging Criteria Language Appropriateness(10) 15 Content 30 Delivery 55  (15) Voice      (15) Summation 15 Technique Analytical Quality 40 15 Reccommendations 30 Humor Correctness Delivery 30 Appropriateness (10) Correctness  (10) Physical Language 20 Delivery 30 Physical (10) Voice   (10) Manner  (10) (5) (10) Voice   (10) Manner  (10) Content 50 Correctness Speech Development (20) Effectiveness    (15) Speech Value (15) International Speech Speech Development (15) Effectiveness   (10) Speech Value (15)
 Audience Response(15) Appropriateness(10) Physical (5) Language 15 Delivery 30 (15) Voice   (15) Evaluation Content 55 Content 55 Speech Development (30) Effectiveness   (25) Table Topics
  7. 7. Barriers to Objectivity • Speaking Order" • Prejudices & Personal Preferences" • Halo Effect & Reverse Halo Effect" • Not following the criteria
  8. 8. Disqualification Eligibility Timing Originality
  9. 9. Originality Protests If contestant's speech is not original, judges and contestants can protest
 to the chief judge and/or contest chair.

  10. 10. Good Judges must be Fair Good Listeners Knowledge
 -able Accurate Trust
 -worthy
  11. 11. Part Ⅰ" Fundamentals
 of Judging Part II
 The Role of the Chief Judge Part III
 Simulation and Discussion
  12. 12. Part II The Role of the Chief Judge
  13. 13. What if?
  14. 14. You are assigned to be Chief Judge in an Area Contest?!
  15. 15. 4 Main Tasks □ Assign Judges □ Send Email to Judges □ Prepare for the Judge Briefing □ Determine the Winners
  16. 16. Learn by Quizzing!
  17. 17. 4 Main Tasks □ Assign Judges □ Send Email to Judges □ Prepare for the Judge Briefing □ Determine the Winners
  18. 18. Question1
  19. 19. Who can be a judge? 1) Those who completed CC project #6 " 2) Member in member in good standing for 6 months Two! Qualifications
  20. 20. Note The Rules have changed since the beginning of this term only for the Club Contest • • CC #6 is not necessary A Contestant can be a judge
  21. 21. Question2
  22. 22. How many judges? Preferably 5 or more -or- 1 judge from each area
  23. 23. 4 Main Tasks ✔️Assign Judges □ □ Send Email to Judges □ Prepare for the Judge Briefing □ Determine the Winners
  24. 24. 4 Main Tasks ✔️Assign Judges □ □ Send Email to Judges □ Prepare for the Judge Briefing □ Determine the Winners
  25. 25. Question3
  26. 26. What info do you send? Time, Date & Venue for Judge Briefing " 1) Judge’s Guide and Ballot " 2) Judge’s Certification of Eligibility and Code of Ethics " 3) Links to the TI`s e-learning for Contest Judges
  27. 27. 4 Main Tasks ✔️Assign Judges □ ✔️Send Email to Judges □ □ Prepare for the Judge Briefing □ Determine the Winners
  28. 28. 4 Main Tasks ✔️Assign Judges □ ✔️Send Email to Judges □ □ Prepare for the Judge Briefing □ Determine the Winners
  29. 29. Question4
  30. 30. Who do you invite? 1) Judges " 2) Tally Counters " 3) Timers What about the tie breaking judge?
  31. 31. Question5
  32. 32. What documents do you bring for the Judge Briefing? 1) Judge`s Guide and Ballot " 2) Time Sheet " 3) Ballot Sheet (Tally Counter) " 4) Tiebreaking Judge Sheet " 5) Judge’s Certification of Eligibility and Code of Ethics (Just in Case)
  33. 33. What documents do you bring for the Judge Briefing? Just for yourself 1) Judge`s Briefing Script " 2) Contest Rule Book
  34. 34. Question6
  35. 35. If you are lost, how will you survive? There is a Strong Supporter!
  36. 36. It`s District 76!
  37. 37. If you are lost, how will you survive? You can always check the…
  38. 38. Toastmasters " Speech Contest Rule Book
  39. 39. P. S. 2 Things AFTER the Contest 1. Keep the judging confidential 2. Inform who the winners are to the Division Contest Chair
  40. 40. 4 Main Tasks ✔️Assign Judges □ ✔️Send Email to Judges □ ✔️Prepare for the Judge Briefing □ □ Determine the Winners
  41. 41. 4 Main Tasks ✔️Assign Judges □ ✔️Send Email to Judges □ ✔️Prepare for the Judge Briefing □ □ Determine the Winners
  42. 42. Part Ⅰ" Fundamentals
 of Judging Part II
 The Role of the Chief Judge Part III
 Simulation and Discussion
  43. 43. Dear Chief Judges Now, let the Judges do their good job! "
  44. 44. Part III Simulation and Discussion
  45. 45. Simulation 1. Let's judge three contestants' speeches " 2. Use the Judge’s Sheet" 3. Wait 1 minute between the speeches for judging, and take 2 minutes after the last speaker for judging " 4. Tallying after the last speaker is finished
  46. 46. Introduction of Speakers 1.TM Toshio Yada
 “Stay Persistent” 2. TM Niripam Gupta “Lucky you, lucky me” 3. TM Yayoi Komura
 “Let’s grow old gracefully together!”
  47. 47. Discussion 1. Turn over your ballot 2. Give the reasons why you ranked the speakers without mentioning the points you assigned. 3. Have someone note it down. Make it short and simple 4. Repeat for each member. 5. Turn the ballot up. 6. See if the points you gave match what you said. 7. If they are different consider why they are different.
  48. 48. Let’s do some math! 1. Add the following numbers in your head (Do NOT use pen, paper, pencil or a calculator. " 2. Start with 1,000. Add 40. Add 1,000. Add 30. Add 1,000. Add 20. Add 1,000. Add 10. " 3. What is the total?
  49. 49. Summary Judging is tough. There are no right answers. That is why we should try to make our best.

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