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01 Presidnet  - Libby Chuang.JPG 02 Charter member - Scott  Weaver.JPG 03 Guest - Jerry .JPG 04 Guest - Wini.JPG 05 Guest - Virginia.JPG 06 Guest - Alan.JPG

07 Guest - Chi.JPG 08 Toastmaster of the Evening - Ida Lin.JPG 09 Timer - David Ma.JPG 10 Ah Counter - Freyja Liang.JPG 11 Timer- Clair Liaw.JPG 12 Joke Session Master -  Ruby Yang.JPG

13 Joke Teller - Scott Weaver.JPG 14 Joke Teller - Clair Liaw.JPG 15 Joke Teller - Libby Chuang .JPG 16 Joke Teller - Edward Chen.JPG 17 Table Topics Master - Lisa Lu.JPG 18 Table Topics Speaker - Scott Weaver.JPG

19 Table Topics Speaker - Kevin Yeh.JPG 20 Table Topics Speaker - Shane Lin.JPG 21 Table Topics Speaker - Marian Hsiao.JPG 22 Table Topics Speaker - Justin Liu.JPG 23 Table Topics Speaker - Virginia.JPG 24 Table Topics Speaker - Letitia Liao .JPG

25 Table Topics Speaker - Tammie Yang.JPG 26 C3 Speaker - Lawrence Huang.JPG 27 A21 Speaker - Wini Kao.JPG 28 Educational Training Master - Assam Chen.JPG 29 Sharing Time - Peggy Chang.JPG 30 General Evaluator - Charlie Chen.JPG

31 Timer Report.JPG 32 Timer Report.JPG 33 Individual  Evaluator - Jessica Lin.JPG 34 Individual  Evaluator Scott Weaver.JPG 35 Language Evaluator - Edward Chen.JPG 36 All the Winners.JPG

37 Guest - Jessie Chiang.JPG

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2009-2010 Formosa Toastmasters Club Poster  宣傳海報

2009-07-01 Formosa TMC Poster by Wini.JPG 

                                      By Wini Kao, ACS, CL

                                                      VPPR of Formsoa Toastmasters Club

 

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Taiwan

District 67 Division H Area H2

Club Type: Open to Public 歡迎各界人士加入會員

No Admission Fee 免費入場

Club Name: Formosa Toastmasters Club

Charter Date: July 1st, 1995

Meeting Place

1st Lecture Hall, 9th floor, Old Building, Mackay Memorial Hospital

No. 92 Chungshan N. Road, Sec.2, Taipei 

台北市中山北路馬偕醫院 舊大樓9 第一講堂 (MRT雙連站ShuangLian)

Meeting time

Every 2nd & 4th, Tuesday, 7:00PM~9:15PM

每月第二和第四個星期四晚上聚會

Contact

President: Libby Chung, ACB, CL                              

sky.light88@msa.hinet.net

Vice President of Education: Raymond Tsai, CC      

goodluck80214@hotmail.com

Vice President of Membership: Ida Lin, CC              

eagle1933.tw@hotmail.com

Vice President of Public Relationship: Wini Kao, ACS,CL  

chuiweio@hotmail.com

Toastmasters International

 

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Gathering: Saturday, Aug. 29th

8:40 MRT Sindian Station

829  週六上午8:40  在新店捷運站集合

Dear fellow Toastmasters and guests,

 

How long do you not date with nature?

 

Formosa and YWCA Toastmasters Clubs will hold the joint outing in Wu-Lai and Bitan on Aug. 29th. We sincerely welcome you to join us.

 

We can enjoy the Wu-Lai waterfall, cable car, cold spring, Bitan Drawbridge and rowing boat. You can also take a walk on Old Street and enjoy the Atayal cuisine and traditional roast chicken meal. Of course, we can have fun with many members from the other sister clubs. Please do not miss it. Invite your friends and family to join us!!

 

Please register to

VPM of Formosa, Ida Lin  eagle1933.tw@hotmail.com

VPPR of YWCA Toastmasters Club, Tony Chang   ralphto2002@gmail.com

before August 20th.

(Go Dutch! We will not collect any fee before the outing! )

 

Let's go and have fun together!!

 

親愛的演講會會友及朋友們:

 

你有多久沒有親近大自然了呢?

福爾摩莎和女青年國際英語演講協會即將於八月二十九日到烏來和新店碧潭一遊,我們誠摰的邀請您與我們同行。

除了烏來瀑布纜車溫泉和碧潭情人吊橋賞夜景踩船之外,你也可以逛逛老街,品嚐泰雅族美食,還有令人垂涎三尺的"桶子雞大餐"。

 

同時,你也可以認識來自不同分會,不同領域的好朋友喔!

 

請於八月二十日之前向

VPM of Formosa, Ida Lin  eagle1933.tw@hotmail.com

VPPR of YWCA Toastmasters Club, Tony Chang   ralphto2002@gmail.com

報名! 現場共同負擔費用,不事先收款!

 

歡迎您邀請您的朋友和家人加入我們享受"芬多精"的行列!

 

Best Regards,

 

Wini Kao, ACS, CL

Vice Chair of Northern Education & Training

Vice President Public Relations of Formosa Toastmasters Club

http://toastmastersh2.pixnet.net/blog

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Welcome to visit our websites!

 

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 2009-08-29 Formosa & YWCA Joint  Outing Agenda.JPG 2009-08-29 Formosa & YWCA Joint  Outing Agenda (1).JPG 2009-08-29 Formosa & YWCA Joint  Outing Agenda (2).JPG

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Vote Counter & Board Writer

                                                                                                                                                                               

Your assignment is to count the votes for Joke Tellers, Table Topics Speakers, Prepared Speech Speakers, Individual Evaluators and the Most Improved Speakers and write the names of the winners on the certificates.

 

Before the meeting:

1. Write the names of Prepared Speech Speakers and Individual Evaluators on the whiteboard before the      meeting and write the names of Joke Tellers and Table Topics Speakers during these two sessions.

2. Give the ballots to each member and guest.

 

During the Meeting:

1. The Toastmaster of the evening will invite you to the stage. Please announce your purpose and encourage   all guests and members to vote for all the speakers tonight.

 

2. When timer gives the report during the Evaluation Session, please help timer to mark spending time of every speaker on the whiteboard.

 

The Job's script:

Dear fellow members and distinguished guests,

I am the Vote Counter for tonight. At the end of the meeting, our Club President will present five awards. They are

1.  The Best Joke Teller

2.  The Best Table Topics Speaker

3.  The Best Prepared Speech Speaker

4.  The Best Individual Evaluator, and   

5.  The Most Improved Speaker

Your job is to practice listening skills, and help us select the best speaker during every session and fill in your ballot and pass it to me during the language evaluation. 

Hope you can enjoy tonight's meeting.

Let's welcome back to the Toastmaster of the evening.

 

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Introduction of Advanced Manuals

The Entertaining Speaker

Entertaining speakers are always in demand. Projects address preparing and delivering an entertaining speech, finding good stories and anecdotes to include in speeches, using humor, incorporating drama into presentations and presenting an after-dinner speech.

 

A1: The Entertaining Speech (5-7’)

A2: Resources for Entertainment (5-7’)

A3: Make Them Laugh (5-7’)

A4: A Dramatic Talk (5-7’)

A5: Speaking After Dinner (8-10’)

 

Speaking To Inform

Informational speeches are one of the most common types, so most likely you will be asked to present one sometime. This manual contains information about organizing an informational speech, tailoring your speech to the audience, conducting a demonstration, presenting a report and delivering a speech about an abstract subject.

 

A1: The Speech to Inform (5-7’)

A2: Resources for Informing (5-7’)

A3: The Demonstration Talk (5-7’)

A4: A Fact-Finding Report (5-7’)

A5: The Abstract Concept (6-8’)

 

Public Relations

Everyone benefits from the ability to present a good public image. Projects cover preparing a speech that will generate a favorable attitude toward you and your product, company or service, presenting a positive image of yourself and your company or organization on a radio talk show, persuading an audience to accept your viewpoint, addressing a hostile audience and communicating with the public during a crisis situation.

 

A1: The Goodwill Speech (5-7’)

A2: The Radio Talk Show (3-5’ for presentation, 2-3’ for Q&A)

A3: The Persuasive Approach (3-5’ for presentation, 2-3’ for Q&A)

A4: Speaking Under Fire (5-7’)

A5: The Crisis Management Speech (4-6’ for presentation, 3-5’ for Q&A)

 

Facilitating Discussion (The Discussion Leader)

Group discussions are common, and this manual provides instruction in facilitating the most common types of discussions.  Learn about moderating a panel discussion, facilitating a brainstorming meeting, leading a problem-solving discussion, handling challenging people during discussions, and helping a problem-solving group achieve a consensus.

 

A1: The Seminar Solution (20-30’)

A2: The Round Robin (31-33’)

A3: Pilot A Panel (26-31’)

A4: Make It Make Believe (Role Playing) (22-32’)

A5: The Workshop Leader (31-37’)

 

Specialty Speeches

Speakers are often called upon to give different kinds of talks. This manual contains information about giving the most common ones, and it covers impromptu talks, preparing inspirational speeches, selling a product, reading out loud and introducing a speaker.

 

A1: Speak Off the Cuff (5-7’)

A2: Uplift the Spirit (8-10’)

A3: Sell a Product (10-12’)

A4: Read Out Loud (12-15’)

A5: Introduce the Speaker (The duration of a club meeting)

 

Speeches By Management

Managers encounter a variety of speaking situations in the work environment. This manual offers instruction in giving briefings, preparing and presenting technical speeches, motivating a team, giving a status report and speaking to a hostile group.

 

A1: The Briefing (8-10’)

A2: The Technical Speech (8-10’)

A3: Manage and Motivate (10-12’)

A4: The Status Report (10-12’)

A5: Confrontation: The Adversary Relationship (5’ for presentation, 10’ for Q&A)

 

The Professional Speaker

Professional speakers can give a variety of presentations to a variety of audiences. This manual offers guidance in preparing and presenting a keynote address, an entertaining speech, a sales training speech, a seminar and a motivational speech. Includes information about marketing yourself as a professional speaker.

 

A1: The Keynote Address (15-20’)

A2: Speaking to Entertain (15-20’)

A3: The Sales Training Speech (15-20’)

A4: The Professional Seminar (20-40’)

A5: The Motivatinal Speech (15-20’)

 

Technical Presentations

Presenting technical information in a way that doesn’t bore the audience is challenging. Learn how to prepare technical briefings, design and present a proposal, talk about a technical subject to a nontechnical audience, present a technical paper and enhance a technical talk with the internet.

 

A1: The Technical Briefing (8-10’)

A2: The Proposal (8-10’ for presentation, 3-5’ for Q&A)

A3: The Nontechnical Audience (10-12’)

A4: Presenting a Technical Paper (10-12’)

A5: The Team Technical Presentation (12-15’)

 

Persuasive Speaking

Successful people know how to influence and persuade others to accept their ideas, products or services. Projects cover selling a product, making “cold calls,” preparing a winning proposal, convincing an audience to at least consider your side of a controversial issue or subject and persuading listeners to help bring a vision and mission to reality.

 

A1: The Effective Salesperson (8-10’)

A2: Conquering the "Cold Call" (10-14’)

A3: The Winning Proposal (5-7’)

A4: Addressing the Opposition (7-9’ for presentation, 2-3’ for Q&A)

A5: The Persuasive Leader (6-8’)

 

Communicating On Television

Television presentations require special preparation and attention to details. Learn how to present an editorial, appear as a guest on an interview program, be the host of an interview program, conduct a press conference and use television to train.

 

A1: Straight Talk (2’30’’-3’30’’)

A2: The Talk Show (9’30’’-10’30’’)

A3: When You're the Host (9’30’’-10’30’’)

A4: The Press Conference (4-6’ for presentation, 8-10’ for Q&A)

A5: Training On Television (5-7’)

 

Storytelling

A good story enhances your speech and makes it memorable. This manual offers instruction in telling folk tales, personal stories, stories with morals, emotional stories and stories about historical events or people.

 

A1: The Folk Tale (7-9’)

A2: Let's Get Personal (6-8’)

A3: The Moral of the Story (4-6’)

A4: The Touching Story (6-8’)

A5: Bringing History to Life (7-9’)

 

Interpretive Reading

Reading words written by someone else requires a special set of skills. Projects include
reading stories, poetry, monodramas, plays and famous speeches. 

 

A1: Read A Story (8-10’)

A2: Interpretive Reading (6-8’)

A3: The Monodrama (5-7’)

A4: The Play (12-15’)

A5: The Oratorical Speech (8-10’)

 

Interpersonal Communication

Everyday life presents challenging communication situations. Topics in this manual include conversing with ease, negotiating, handling criticism, coaching someone to improve performance and expressing dissatisfaction effectively.

 

A1: Conversing with Ease (10-14’)

A2: The Successful Negotiator (10-14’)

A3: Diffusing Verbal Criticism (10-14’)

A4: The Coach (10-14’)

A5: Asserting Yourself Effectively (10-14’)

 

Special Occasion Speeches

Special events present special speaking opportunities. This manual provides instruction in giving toasts, speaking in praise/giving a eulogy, “roasting” someone and presenting and accepting awards.

 

A1: Mastering the Toast (2-3’)

A2: Speaking in Praise (5-7’)

A3: The Roast (3-5’)

A4: Presenting an Award (3-4’)

A5: Accepting an Award (5-7’)

 

Humorously Speaking

Every speaker benefits from using humor. Learn how to begin a speech with a humorous story to get listeners’ attention, end a speech with a humorous story, use humorous stories and anecdotes throughout the body of your speech to emphasize points, incorporate jokes into presentations and prepare and present an entirely humorous speech.

 

A1: Warm Up Your Audience (5-7’)

A2: Leave Them With a Smile (5-7’)

A3: Make Them Laugh (5-7’)

A4: Keep Them Laughing (5-7’)

A5: The Humorous Speech (5-7’)

 

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Advanced Manuals進階溝通手冊一覽表

1. The Entertaining Speaker趣味演講

 

2. Speaking To Inform報導演講

3. Public Relations公關演講

4. Facilitating Discussion討論演講

5. Specialty Speeches特別演講

6. Speeches by Management主管演講

7. The Professional Speaker職業演講

8. The Technical Presentations技術簡報

9. The Persuasive Speaking行銷演講

10. Communicating on Television電視談話

11. Storytelling巧說故事

12. Interpretive Reading詮釋朗誦    

13. Interpersonal Communications人際溝通

14. Special Occasion Speeches慶典演講

15. Humorously Speaking幽默演講

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Competent Leader (CL) 中級合格領導員


Project 1   Listening and Leadership
聆聽與領導

Project 2   Critical Thinking 評論性思考

Project 3   Giving Feedback 提供意見

Project 4   Time Management 時間管理

Project 5   Planning and Implementation 規劃和修正

Project 6   Organizing and Delegating 組織和授權

Project 7   Developing Your Facilitation Skills 發展協同技巧

Project 8   Motivating People 激勵他人

Project 9   Mentoring 輔導

Project 10  Team Building 團隊營造

 

After completing all 10 projects in Competent Leadership manual, you are eligible for the CL (Competent Leader) award! Congratulations on your distinguished achievement!

 

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Competent Communicator (CC) 中級合格演講員


C1  The Ice Breaker 初試啼聲

C2  Organize Your Speech 條理分明

C3  Get to the Point 提綱挈領

C4  How to Say It 遺辭用字

C5  Your Body Speaks 肢體語言

C6  Vocal Variety 抑揚頓挫

C7  Research You Topic 專題演說

C8  Get Comfortable with Visual Aids 善用視覺輔助工具

C9  Persuade with Power 勸說誘導

C10 Inspire Your Audience 激勵啟發

 

After completing all 10 projects in Communication and Leadership Program manual, you are eligible for the CC (Competent Communicator) award!

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Dear fellow members,


The first attachment is the updated agenda of the coming meeting. Please take a look. If you have any question about the agenda, please tell me.
 


Regards,


Raymond Tsai

Vice President of Education (2009-2010)

Formosa Toastmasters Club
E-mail: 
goodluck80214@hotmail.com

 

FORMOSA TOASTMASTERS CLUB 4844-67 MEETING NO.333
TIME: 19:00-21:10 July 28th, 2009 (Every 2nd & 4th Tuesday)  
    VENUE: 1st Lecture Hall, 9th floor, Old Building, Mackay Memorial Hospital
      No. 92 Chungshan N. Road, Sec.2, Taipei   (No Admission Fee)
      台北市中山北路馬偕醫院 舊大樓9樓 第一講堂 (雙連站ShuangLian)
             
    TME: Ida Lin, CC Theme: Inspiring
Proverb of the day : 90% of Inspiration is Perspiration 
             
Agenda of Meeting No.331
Time Program July 28, 2009 Mentor
18:50 Registration    
19:00 Call the Meeting to Order Freyja Liang  
19:01 Opening Remarks / Brief Introduction Libby Chuang, ACB, CL  
19:10 TME Introducing the Program Ida Lin, CC  
  Timer ViVi Lin Lotus Wu
  Ah Counter Freyja Liang Peggy Chang
  Vote Counter & Board Writer Clair Liaw Wini Kao
19:20 Joke Session Ruby Yang Wini Kao
19:35 Table Topics Session Lisa Lu Irene Chen
19:50 ‥‥‥‥‥‥‥‥‥‥‥‥‥‥Intermission & Social Time‥‥‥‥‥‥‥‥‥‥‥‥‥‥
20:00 Prepared  Speech Session Ida Lin, CC  
(5-7') C5: Your Body Speaks C5: Lawrence Huang Shane Lin
(5-7') A21: Yes, You Can A21: Wini Kao, ACS, CL  
(15-20') Educational Training: Meeting Roles And Responsibility Assam, ACB, CL  
(4-6') Sharing Time     Peggy Chang, CTM, CL  
20:45 Evaluation Session - General Evaluator Charlie Chen, CC  
  *Timer Report    
(2-3') C5: Your Body Speaks Jessica Lin, CC  
(2-3') A21: The Goodwill Speech Marian Hsiao, DTM  
       
(5-6') General Evaluator Charlie Chen, CC  
(6-8') Language Evaluator Edward Chen, DTM  
  *Ah Counter Report    
  Quiz Time    
21:05 Closing Remarks/Award Presentation Libby Chuang, ACB, CL President
21:10 Officer Report    
21:15 Meeting Adjournment    
             
             
  President: Libby Chuang, ACB, CL   Chater President:  Richie Chan, CTM
IPP:  Assam Chen, ACB, CL     Honorary PR:  Gordon Brooks  
  VPE:  Raymond Tsai, CC     Secretary:  Jessica Lin, CC  
  VPM:  Ida Lin, CC     Treasurer:  Lisa Lu  
  VPPR:  Wini Kao, ACS, CL     SAA:  Freyja Liang  

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Dear fellow members,


The first attachment is the updated agenda of the coming meeting. Please take a look. If you have any question about the agenda, please tell me.
 


Regards,


Raymond Tsai

Vice President of Education (2009-2010)

Formosa Toastmasters Club
E-mail: 
goodluck80214@hotmail.com

 

FORMOSA TOASTMASTERS CLUB 4844-67 MEETING NO.333
TIME: 19:00-21:10 July 28th, 2009 (Every 2nd & 4th Tuesday)    
    VENUE: 1st Lecture Hall, 9th floor, Old Building, Mackay Memorial Hospital  
      No. 92 Chungshan N. Road, Sec.2, Taipei   (No Admission Fee)  
      台北市中山北路馬偕醫院 舊大樓9樓 第一講堂 (雙連站ShuangLian)
               
    TME: Ida Lin Theme: Inspiring
Proverb of the day : 90% of Inspiration is Perspiration   
               
Agenda of Meeting No.331
Time Program July 28, 2009 Mentor
18:50 Registration      
19:00 Call the Meeting to Order Freyja Liang    
19:01 Opening Remarks / Brief Introduction Libby Chuang, ACB, CL    
19:10 TME Introducing the Program Ida Lin, CC    
  Timer ViVi Lin    
  Ah Counter Freyja Liang    
  Vote Counter & Board Writer Clair Liaw    
19:20 Joke Session Ruby Yang    
19:35 Table Topics Session Lisa Lu    
19:50 ‥‥‥‥‥‥‥‥‥‥‥‥‥‥Intermission & Social Time‥‥‥‥‥‥‥‥‥‥‥‥‥‥  
20:00 Prepared  Speech Session Ida Lin, CC    
(5-7') C5: Your Body Speaks C5: Lawrence Huang    
(5-7') C3: Get to the Point C3: Laurence Lee    
(5-7') C7: Research Your Topic C7: Coral Lee    
20:20 Evaluation Session - General Evaluator Lotus Wu    
  *Timer Report      
(2-3') C5: Your Body Speaks Assam Chen    
(2-3') C3: Get to the Point Jessica Lin, CC    
(2-3') C7: Research Your Topic Marian Hsiao    
         
(5-6') General Evaluator Lotus Wu    
(6-8') Language Evaluator Edward Chen    
  *Ah Counter Report      
  Quiz Time      
20:50 Closing Remarks/Award Presentation Libby Chuang, ACB, CL President  
20:55 Officer Report      
21:00 Meeting Adjournment      
  Minutes Writer      

 



 

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Formosa Toastmasters Club, Officers Team for term of 2009~2010
Title  Name Email
President  Libby Chuang  sky.light88@msa.hinet.net
Vice President Education  Raymond Tsai  goodluck80214@hotmail.com
Vice President Membership  Ida Lin  ftmvpm0910@livemail.tw
Vice President Public Relationship  Wini Kao  chuiweio@yahoo.com.tw
Secretary  Jessica Lin  zu.jessica@msa.hinet.net
Treasurer  Lisa Lu  lisa20020907@hotmail.com
Sergeant At Arms  Freyja Liang  pacebene0908@gmail.com
Immediate Past President  Assam Chen  assam.chen@msa.hinet.net
Honorary PR  Gordon Brooks  gbrooks@ms33.hinet.net
Charter President  Richie Chan  
     
     

 

Relevant Posts 相關閱讀:

1. Officers Titles List

2. 2009/07/11 Officers Training held by Division H 

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Dear Leaders:

各位領導夥伴們:

I am very happy to announce that the 15th new club of this term, Perfect Bilingual Toastmasters Club was successfully chartered on June 25, 2009!

 

Congratulations to Div. B Governor Agnes Chang and her wonderful team! We are convinced that under the guidance of Club Sponsors: Camille Lai and Vitinna Yang as well as the Club Mentors: Danzel Luo and Andy Huang and the Club Charter President: Ukey Lo as well as the support of Distinguished Bilingual and New Century Bilingual TMCs, the club is bound for a great success!

 

很高興向大家報告:世界總會通知,完美雙語演講會已於今年六月二十五日正式成立!這是新年度所成立的第十五個新分會!恭喜與感謝B部總監張潔芳與她辛苦的團隊!我們深信在分會發起人:賴子杰楊玉昭分會指導人:羅俊煇黃正明的指導,並在創會會長羅秋雪 會友的領導與輔導分會傑仕雙語新世紀雙語演講會的協助下,這個分會一定會成功的運作!

 

Add Colors to Your Life!

!

Sincerely,

Mike Yang, LGM, 08-09

中華民國國際演講協會

推廣副總會長 楊冀光敬啟

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