The General Evaluator is an evaluator of everything that takes place throughout the meeting. Their main job is to review and assess the club meeting—from the time people arrive to the end of the program’s educational component—and report their findings. … Continued
The Speech Evaluator observes the speeches and offers evaluations of their efforts. The Evaluation you present can make the difference between a worthwhile or a wasted speech for your Speaker. The purpose of Evaluation is to help the Speaker become … Continued
What’s Happening? Starting in January 2023, Toastmasters is having its annual contests. There are 2 contests:1. International Speech2. Table Topics How It Works? Beginning at each club, all 3 contests are held. The winner of each contest goes onto to … Continued
The Speech Contest Rulebook is in effect from July 1, 2022 through June 30, 2023, features speech contest rules for the International, Evaluation, Humorous, Table Topics, Tall Tales, and Video Speech Contests. 2022-2023 Speech Contest Rulebook
Check out the below links for the judges guide and ballot sheet: International Speech Contest Judge’s Guide and Ballot Evaluation Contest Judges Guide and Ballot Humorous Speech Contest Judge’s Guide and Ballot
For every Pathway, Level 1 projects are all the same. Below you can find PDF downloads for each of the Evaluation Forms.
At the beginning of this contest, a five-to-seven minute test speech will be presented by a test speaker. Contestants will be given 5 minutes after the speech to prepare (they may also write notes during the speech). After the test … Continued
Most Pathways have the same level 2 projects, some have unique ones.